Tim Kaine's Eyebrow goes rogue! How can Democrats control the country when they cant control the Eyebrow?
Bush is a sissy-bully. Cheney is a bully-sissy. Don't buy into the fear and don't drink Texas moonshine, it obstructs the bowels.
Does Joel Stein of the LA Times have a point? There’s a lot between “I want you to die” and “We’ll support you in anything”.
Cartoons published in Denmark make Muslims worldwide go berserk.
Google behaving badly... again.
A document imaging system for about $125.
Prions lurking, brains lying, and the Pill is not fooling anybody.
Will this new Park Avenue Calcium Diet Right help you lose weight? Read on my friends, read on.
There's something here for anyone, particularly any woman, who wants to address the question: "How can I have a good life?"
No need to stand up or clap at appropriate times, though you're welcome to do so. We won't laugh. Much.
Go ahead. Plop.
Fight the powers that be! I'm talking about non-conformity!
Thoughts on going postal in Goleta (the "Good Land") and life in the dark alley.
Being under "a glamour" used to mean being under a spell. Now, well it means pretty much the same thing doesn't it?
A blogger arranges her mother's murder. An EMT kills co-worker in horseplay. Cruise ship murder update.
Men of greatness often have great women standing by them.
I have been dating this guy for a little over a year.
Chris Muir's excellent Day By Day cartoon, for January 31, 2006
From Desicritics, When my father came to England in the 1960s, London was a nasty, brutish place for Asians.
I have proven my awards season geek mastery. Maybe I shouldn't say that too loud.
A couple of surprises in the top spots, and we get to see how well last week's predictions turned out.
Poor Mike, didn’t realize Big Brother was listening in, in the form of Walt and Über Bad Guy, Shadow Man.
Is Brokeback Mountain the "Best Picture" of 2005?
A look at the winners and losers in this year's Oscar nods, and who's likely to take home the gold March 5.
Burton has translated a Russian folk tale to a stop motion gothic story of doomed romance.
The success of SuperStar, the Arab world's answer to American Idol, is a pulsating arrow pointing in the right cultural direction.
A drama-thriller that is every bit as clever and loquacious as other Woody Allen’s films, but also decidedly different.
This week, Toni Collette returns to Philly.
"It might be benign, it might be mal-ig-nant."
The power and influence of the pharmaceutical industry is brought to light in this thriller that's also bolstered by a powerful love story
Let us all be Superheroes of Sexuality!
While not every song in this collection personally suits me, it’s nevertheless nice to have a wider variety of work...
Sirius Radio is giving the Grammy's "The Star Treatment."
Missy Elliott co-scores Disney Flick, an online treasure hunt and some lucky monkeys in today's Daily music and tech update.
A few discs have been trickling into the MMM front door and I have received others at events I have attended as of late.
No, it can't match the dizzying heights Wanda and Elvis both reached in the mid-1950s - but what could?
Before the British invasion and way before Ringo, there was Stuart Sutcliffe, the fifth Beatle and a talent that should never be forgotten.
Perhaps Future Retro is better enjoyed after a few drinks, a sparkly top, and a hit of E...but that's just too much effort.
Free jazz was the "new thing" of the Civil Rights era, yet it's the musical equivalent of Jim Crow.
These guys must just cringe every time Taproot or Smile Empty Soul is played on any station.
With a Super Bowl in Detroit, who needs to talk about a nearby championship-caliber basketball team?
Tiger Woods would prefer his name on this game instead of his own.
Microsoft's Xbox 360 headset is nice. Nevertheless this one is sturdy and comfortable – not to mention cheaper.
Down two pounds and feeling pretty good.