The Law of Diminishing Returns has kicked-in. We no longer believe The Speaker of the House when he speaks. We no longer care. We’ve been living in a constant state of crisis, since George W. Bush duped 5 arrogant know-it-alls … finish reading Constant State Of Crisis
Django reclaimed the western. We finally got a hero besides Clint Eastwood. Don’t get me wrong; Unforgiven will always be the trademark of Clint Eastwood, but more for the chair than the movie. The best part of Les Miserables is … finish reading Oscar Matters. Oscars Matters A Lot.
Doomed to a life of guitar classes, open mics and blogs. I’m lucky. There was a time when I pined for more. There was a time when I cut Lollapalooza off a t-shirt, and had my ex-girlfriend, Inna, sew it … finish reading And The Oscar Doesn’t Go To…
Standing in line at the bank, the gentleman in front of me began pounding his knuckles on the wood countertop where they display the appropriate forms to make a deposit, or withdrawal. There were two tellers, moving as fast as … finish reading Make Believe Hurry
I believe in the God of Les Miserables, an operatic device used to push Jean Valjean away from living as a thief and re-creating himself as a man dedicated to giving back to others less fortunate than himself. I believe … finish reading 24601
“Yea, baby, I carry a weapon in my pants, concealed. But I don’t need a discount for the heat I’m packin. That said, I’ll take 15% Off my pizza.” The second I heard this story, I found the Discount Coupon … finish reading The Sandy Hook Special
Antonin Scalia called the State of the Union a “childish spectacle.” The jury is still out on whether or not the State of the Union is a “childish spectacle.” But in this case, there’s no reasonable doubt: Antonin Scalia is … finish reading All Rise For The Childish Spectacle