Still depressing over 20 years later.
Another new Denise Austin DVD, another review.
Check out this review of one of Denise Austin's latest fitness DVDs.
If ours was a real relationship, I would've divorced him over the messy debacle that was A.I.
Chaplin's overlooked 1947 gem is not as disconnected from his earlier work as one might think.
Do creative people have more sex? A scientific study gives a flawed yes. Don't "get lucky"; get working.
As we look back at the past year we remember quite a bit of weather-related chaos in various parts of the world.
So you brought your prized CD collection to the used shop for rent money, and got chump change. Here's why.
How iTunes Created a Momentary Hero
How many bands are named "blog" or any derivative thereof?
Too raw for non-fans, not enough material for hardcore fans. I highly recommend it for those in-between.
Some puzzles require you to think sidewise, not harder...
That's the real cost involved in producing a painting, writing a novel, or hitting over .300 for the season.
Chris Muir's excellent Day By Day cartoon, for December 28, 2005
Tom Delay: "No man is above the law, and no man is below the law..."
The left and the press seem to want to obstruct the very people who are sworn to protect us.
More than two American soldiers a day died because we as a country didn't ask enough questions and followed a clueless president.
The House and Senate are all puffed up with their final budget and its $42 billion in cuts. But that still leaves a $272 billion deficit. Is their red pen is out of ink? Mine isn't.
My son has seen seven ball games in person, and the good guys have never lost. Coincidence? I think not.
The Christmas and New Year period is no holiday for football fans with four weeks fixtures forced into a fortnight. Frightening!
Shades of Joe Namath, Kimmel tries to keep it together after a few beers as he predicts who will cover the Rose Bowl spread.
Fear and Loathing, Retail-ian and Orwellian: "A book about talking animals? I'm so sure!" said the Honors English student, looking for something "thin."
Take the red pill and see how deep the rabbit hole goes.