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Friday, December 30, 2005That's a name you probably don't recognize, but the face is unmistakable.
That's right, he played John O'Connor in the greatest film ever about the 8th dimension. He made 98 films in his 34-year acting career. Among them: Blade Runner, Escape To Witch Mountain, Better Off Dead, Amadeus, The Adventures Of Buckaroo Banzai, and One Flew Over The Cuckoo's Nest.
Vincent Schiavelli died on Dec. 26 in Sicily, Italy, of lung cancer. He was 57.
Wednesday, December 28, 2005Excellent article. This blog adds some astute commentary.
Tuesday, December 27, 2005Insightful
Thursday, December 22, 2005For all you Sudoku enthusiasts, American Scientist analyzes the puzzle and strategies for solving it. It's quite technical, but it may just provide the edge you need to become the Sudoku master you've dreamed about.
How 'bout this guy? On Dec. 10, Craig Holcomb completed his 50th marathon this year. Not only that, he ran one marathon in each of our 50 nifty United States. Some interesting facts:
Saturday, December 17, 2005Looks like the new King Kong movie is going to be a huge bomb. I have a strange schadenfreude about it, and I hope it does bomb. I myself have no desire to go see it. Heck, it's the third version of this film, so we all know the story, and we all have seen it before. That was my first thought on hearing that this is what Peter Jackson was working on. I know I won't be seeing it -- maybe I'll NetFlix it, but I'm not in some huge hurry to see it or anything. I suspect that there are many others who feel the same way.
$300 million is a lot of money.
Thursday, December 15, 2005Wall Street Journal reporter Matt Pottinger explains his decision to put down his pen and take up the sword.
But living in China also shows you what a nondemocratic country can do to its citizens. I've seen protesters tackled and beaten by plainclothes police in Tiananmen Square, and I've been videotaped by government agents while I was talking to a source. I've been arrested and forced to flush my notes down a toilet to keep the police from getting them, and I've been punched in the face in a Beijing Starbucks by a government goon who was trying to keep me from investigating a Chinese company's sale of nuclear fuel to other countries.He goes on to recount the path he took to eventually signing on with the Marines. It's a great story about an impressive man. Godspeed, Matt.
'Tis the season to celebrate the people's holiday - Festivus! Born out of the creative mind of Frank Constanza, Festivus has taken the country by storm. The 3 pillars of Festivus are
Wednesday, December 14, 2005Ever notice that Drudge only post articles about bad weather in the northeast, and never when the storm is in the Midwest?
Monday, December 12, 2005Good
Monday, December 05, 2005Here's the last line of the article Nick linked to below:
Thirty-three percent strongly agreed that Wal-Mart was a retail monopoly that threatened the future health of the U.S. economy, but 35 percent did not agree at all.Monopoly! People are just really stupid when it comes to economics. Unbelievable.
Thursday, December 01, 2005Ridiculous
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