The Super Bowl is over and the Steelers are the finest football team in the world. Let’s ramble!
The first half of the big game -- the big ad game, that is.
This was an interesting week in sports, even without the Super Bowl build up. Ramble along with me.
The Steelers aren't going to know what hit them until the black eye shows in the morning.
Grammy predictions! Who will win and who will merely be performing?
More for serious fans than newcomers, Showtime shows that UFO can still rock but, that their best days are past.
Who was the most successful, i.e. the best-selling, recording act of the 1960s? The Beatles? Nope … 101 Strings.
A stroke of the pen has destroyed the illusion that fundamentalist Islam can coexist with tolerant Western secularism. Is it war to the death?
America's #1 problem is not listening to George W. Bush.
Freedom of the press, and freedom of expression must, and will, triumph over the ‘requirement’ that the whole world treat any particular religion with any more reverence than any other.
"The almost fight" and "Maybe you should listen..." among others , have been considered.
If George W. Bush really wants to help America keep its leadership role in science and technology, he can start by resigning.
Mugabe's still in power (no visits by Jesse Jackson or by an African-American coalition of outraged ministers).
I love my "scaridness". It's a sacred "scaridness". It lets me know that I'm alive. If I didn't have "scaridness"...
Just another World War II game.
Déjà vu all over again.
Easily the most wanted game of the series.
Others started the Internet... the World Wide Web. It’s my Internet. I’ll share it, but it is mine like the air I breathe.
The Boston Globe editors are suddenly overcome with sensitivity towards religious believers.
Elsa, At work, I'm going through changes in management and it feels uncomfortable for everyone.
Cartoons, helicopters, pandas and offensive cartoons, oh my!
...we will have too live in a world where terms like affordable housing and military intelligence are the verbal equivalent of slipping on a banana peel: funny to watch but lousy to experience.
Chris Muir's excellent Day By Day cartoon, for February 05, 2006
We just moved into our ninth address since evacuating New Orleans on August 27, just ahead of Katrina. ...
I need solutions.
To become dependent on something is by choice. You either choose to use or choose not to use.
Is H.P. Lovecraft's fiction responsible for modern beliefs in "ancient astronauts" and UFO cults?
Two academics study in London. They fall in love. Language, characters and a sense of place make a brilliant novel.
It seems another memoir is in question. Worse yet, the identity of award-winning writer Nasdijj is in question.
Web comics are big! Some are even popular enough to make it to print.
Will Nancy Kerrigan pull it through? Could Bruce Jenner possibly win? Does Jillian Barberie have it locked up?
Is the new Battlestar Galactica following in the footsteps of the original series and heading towards a quick cancellation?
Another Munster goes home.
I bet the acceptance speeches were well-written.
The "gruesome glory that is a wasp named Ampulex compressa..."