Thursday, October 23, 2014

Just in case you haven't seen the FckH8 video with the princesses yet...

... enjoy "F-Bombs for Feminism: Potty-Mouthed Princesses Use Bad Word for a Good Cause."

The video speaks for itself in very clear language.

Tuesday, October 21, 2014

Before This Afternoon's Rain . . .

...there were great clouds over Manhattan at lunchtime.
Click the image to embiggen this iPhone panorama.

Maybe it's a post-Sandy feeling, but I sometimes think that Manhattan Island looks so thin and vulnerable between the Hudson River and a cloudy sky.

Monday, October 13, 2014

I'm done watching the news for a little while...

Tuesday, October 07, 2014

Nice to Know I'm Getting LESS Conservative with Age

I took this "Are You A Republican?" quiz back in 2011 and I was 2% Republican, "...a complete liberal, utterly without a trace of Republicanism. Your strength is as the strength of ten because your heart is pure..."

 I just took it again and my score improved to Negative 3% Republican:

I am:
"You're a damn Commie!  Where's Tailgunner Joe when we need him?"

Are You A Republican?

Monday, October 06, 2014

I don't think that plant is going to survive.

If you liked Bill Murray singing Roxy Music at a Tokyo karaoke bar in Lost In Translation, you will love this video of him singing 'Shelter from the Storm' along with Bob Dylan in this video pulled from the upcoming St. Vincent:

Sunday, October 05, 2014

Fox News Training Film Exposed

A true blue liberal mole within Fox News HQ at 1211 Avenue of the Americas has, at a great risk to his or her safety, released this key video used to train all new Fox News reporters and talking heads:

Wednesday, October 01, 2014


In the moment all of America has been waiting a decade for, the fair and balanced Fox News Network will finally tie all its paranoia up in one bullet-proof Grand Unification Conspiracy Theory tonight, beginning with the story of how an evil young Kenyan infant invented a fictitious Hawaiian birth story and a chemical concoction he gave the name "Ebola" and proceeding through the nexus of the all-powerful Acorn-Alinsky-BlackPanther secret socialist power structure patiently pushing its Kenyan messiah and an agenda of marijuana and gay marriage to distract us from the real threat of Ebola-carrying Guatemalan children crossing the porous border and infecting the very last bastion of real Americans -- Texas. 

Tuesday, September 30, 2014

This might actually be good.

I hate to get my hopes up, but is it possible that Paul Thomas Anderson may actually succeed in bringing a Thomas Pynchon novel to the screen?
Here's the trailer released today:

And here's an interesting discussion on WNYC's Soundcheck in which John Schaefer and Rolling Stone's Rob Sheffield talk about the music in the novel: