In a week where stupid athletes are doing stupid things, this Chris Henry fellow may have topped them all.
Motorcycle accidents and driving drunk are all the rage with dumb jocks these days. Some things never change.
It didn't matter if you were Italian or not, the Azzurri were our team and Paolo Rossi our hero.
I hate to say it, but Rose ended up being a better developed character than The Doctor himself.
A good movie with disturbing content.
What horror films need are more dumb victims, not smarter ones.
Cinematic comfort food to delight the senses.
This one wins the award for the most descriptive film title of 2005.
A perfectly fine companion to Robert Altman's other masterpieces.
I've never seen a comic allows fans to not only laugh with them, but cry with them as well.
An enjoyable light farce from Germany that hides unexpected depth and a rare sympathetic view of East Germany.
What a delightful little film. May I please have another?
Billie Piper to leave Doctor Who high and dry.
Low riding as a lifestyle: Almost an exclusive film for car enthusiasts.
Chappelle's Block Party appeals to a limited audience, but doesn't let that hold it back from being a wonderful mix of music and comedy.
Fast, furious, road-racing -- drifting around corners Japanese-style -- but without the swearing.
Jen Chapin's slithery delivery, pop-inspired melodies and cutting lyrics turn even the homiest sentiment into art.
What a dud. What a bore. What a shame.
The musical equivalent to an old, black and white film.
Live shows, DVDs, and a stack of CDs, all in this week's Marty's Musical Meltdown.
A break from all this misery and murder, doom and gloom... and one of the few things that lightens my soul is music.
And what exactly does Zen Funk sound like?
First new OutKast since 2003, EMI looks to fight piracy, and Netscape.com gets updated in today's update.
Don't call it a comeback. Our podcast has been here since last year.
Neil Young and director Jonathan Demme have produced one of the finest music documentaries of the past few years.
Today's customers behave like cats. Can your marketing herd them?
I'll trade you two Stephen Kings for that Robert Heinlein rookie card.
After more than 30 years, Bill Gates will transition out of daily operations at Microsoft Corp. He will stay on as chairman, however.
Shuttle Computers is prepared for a long hot summer with three major releases ready to go.
Hot air and hypocrisy: The Food Police are suing The Colonel for using trans fats in the preparation of KFC foods.
If her Mom and Dad had any misgivings about this Mexican-American high school dropout's interest in their daughter, they never expressed them to me personally.
Other kids had rock stars on their walls. I had a picture of the "Not Ready for Primetime Players."
Vietnamese court maintains he "needs to be punished."
Florida legislature hits academia below the (Bible) belt.
His energy attracts and repels.
Chris Muir's excellent Day By Day cartoon, for June 15, 2006
Republican Congressional losses in November could be considerable if Bush's popularity doesn't improve -- quickly.
Destroying wetlands to build houses that'll never sell is the equivalent of whaling for sport and leaving the carcasses to rot without use.
The theory of adaptive evolution suggests that the interests of the species and individual are diametrically and violently opposed.
Felony didn't hurt Martha Stewart, either.
Supporters say the flag deserves respect. But a flag-desecration amendment would trample on the very meaning of the flag.
After 15 years, the Lemmings are still marching strong - right over that next cliff.