Nobody issues better random musings, to a smaller audience, than I.
My rambling on the Zidane head butt fiasco.
The Sandwasher was given VIP access? Was he able to handle the stress, or did he choke under the pressure?
I was sadly reminded of the general inefficacy of, in particular, US aid.
Why not a Korean version of Robin Hood?
I would recommend to teachers, to non-history lovers, and to those who want a quick read to go through Watchdogs of Democracy?.
An entertaining look at the friends and foes of the Man of Steel, updated with the latest adventures
For anyone from armchair critic to pro writer, this book is likely to prove a fascinating peek inside the box.
Whether we're talking about Max's puppy-dog like crush, Patrick's lustful desires, or Rick's embedded hate, it was all about Carly.
Pirates sequel gets scooped up by USA, Peter Krause goes Sci-Fi, Daughtry gets signed, and Heigl isn't nominated.
Holmes and Watson, but without the fog.
A controversial new film documentary examines the U.S. Government's efforts to silence Lennon's antiwar message, and draws striking parallels to the present.
The upcoming Congressional elections are considered among the most critical in modern history--and no one has a clue to what will drive voter behavior.
...our politicians were actually becoming politicians.
What would happen if North Korea bluffed its way into a corner tomorrow over half a billion tons of rice?
The music world has been clamoring for someone to replace Elliott Smith after his tragic death in 2003.
An EP of date music from Texas -- with an edge.
The most striking thing about The Blood Brothers is that the band features two lead vocals, Jordan Blilie and Johnny Whitney.
Bludgeon is definitely a band to listen to when you want to work out some anger, or just work out.
The pioneering band who gave you "Cop Killer," and spawned a slew of wannabees from Korn to Limp Bizkit is back. With A Vengeance.
Producer Rick Rubin properly bookends the legacy of The Man In Black with the sad and beautiful final chapter in the great American Recordings series.
Let's go out CLUBBING! We'll have a BALL! *Ugh, horrible punnage... I'm now feeling a bit GREEN*
Typical drivers swerve to miss the animal in the middle of the road. These nutjobs aim for the little thing.
A useful, if limited, software tool, shuttered due to the whining of ignorant critics.
The naivete defense didn't work this time - juror calls both Jackson and plaintiff "sleazeballs."
Chris Muir's excellent Day By Day cartoon, for July 16, 2006