Anybody who doesn’t think that the Winter Olympics are exciting hasn’t been paying attention.
Shani Davis has made history as the first African-American to win an Olympic gold medal in the 1,000-meter speedskating race.
What happens when you're in the lead and then fall falt on your bottom? Just ask Silver Medal winner Lindsey Jacobellis.
You’ve got a solid collection here from start to finish.
Drew's movie haikus have been proven to lower blood pressure by 13%!
Zoey 101 reviewed by a teen.
Two left, both ladies, both very good. The "Death Spiral" couldn't save Bruce.
The good folks at NBC say you can't watch Lazy Sunday on Youtube.com anymore.
What do you get when you mix fearless comedic genius with the latest box-office blockbusters? You guessed it.
Edie Falco's 20 minutes of screentime is exceptional, but it isn't enough to salvage this horrid excuse for a movie.
SCI FI sure isn't advertising the new Doctor Who, so I thought I would do it for them right here and now.
I found Bhangra dance music to be well-produced but, unlike this disc, of little or no substance.
Heavy Metal needs no introduction. The loudest, druggiest, most doom-laden music of all; the music most likely to be outgrown.
Rap superstar Juvenile will make history as the first artist to have custom ringtone software on his new CD Reality Check.
Attack of the Space Sausage!
Many years ago I started telling anyone who'd stand still long enough about dust. This was my idea for a ubiquitous surveillance technology that I figured the security state would have had by that time.
Cartoonist's view of the world's religions.
As we honor those who served in the Oval Office on President's Day, let us all pass along a good thought to Gerald Ford.
Are priests and holy men just selling God or are they selling death and social upheaval as well?
All of us die. Most of us want to continue to live. That’s why the house was full that Thursday night.
All species, even ones like this that seem to have no redeeming qualities in terms of what they give back to the planet, have a role to play.
From Desicritics, as the media began to scramble for a story that wasn't there, the lie kept snowballing.
Chris Muir's excellent Day By Day cartoon, for February 19, 2006
What The Communicator chose to run on the opinion section of its February 15 issue violates the tenets that journalists strive to live by.
The heck-of-a-job-Brownie bureaucrat doesn’t find my humor funny and he’s not getting out of my face and your intrepid Blogger isn’t intimidated easily...
Are consoles and software too much for you these days? Yeah? You're sure? No you're not.