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Review: The Jerk (26th Anniversary Edition DVD)

Directed by Carl Reiner Screenplay by Steve Martin, Carl Gottlieb, Michael Elias Story by Steve Martin & Carl Gottlieb The Jerk tells the “rags to riches to rags” story of Navin R. Johnson, a “typical bastard” to some. When the film opens, Navin is homeless and he tells the viewer …

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Prince’s NPG Music Club website

Dear Prince, NPGMusicClub Ever since I was introduced to your music, I’ve been a keen fan of your work. It was back in the day when I worked at what used to be one of the great Independent record companies, Rough Trade. I was talking about music with one Bob …

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Book Review: Conquering Diabetes &#8211 A Patient-Oriented Approach

It’s almost impossible to walk into a bookstore or look at a bestseller list these days without seeing some new “miracle cure” health book. Conquering Diabetes by Dr. Ann Peters isn’t in that category. Rather than promise miracle solutions, it offers a practical, patient-oriented approach toward dealing with diabetes. There’s …

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Canadians Subverting Culture

...our plans for undermining and controlling the ways in which American’s think and behave...

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Stress

...being stressed is probably the sanest reaction possible.

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Two wonderful women

Varying circumstances took me to web resources on two fascinating women

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Michael Jackson: The Public Has, Um, Spoken

The sense I get is that the general public is okay with the Michael Jackson “not guilty” verdict, not necessarily because they don’t think he did anything wrong, but because our system favors the accused and given the demonstrably variable character of virtually the entire lot of Jackson accusers, the …

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