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Shop day! Spent morning alternately napping, reading articles on the net, listening to E.S. Posthumus, chatting with The Sib. Told by the radio to stay indoors til 3pm, keep windows closed, stay away from coffee and tea, hydrate and so on, because today was going to be a scorcher, about 25 degrees celcius or so. […]Read More A farewell to (my) shirts
Been eating a bit irregularly lately, although I do try to eat three meals a day. Mornings are for microwaved oats, the rest of the day usually for canned goods. Ate so much burgers I’ve sworn off them, but sometimes still end up trying to eat them. Am trying to swear off McDonald’s. Eaten so […]Read More Guerilla Geek Food: Breakfast of Champions!
I must say I have been having a grand old time scouring the internet for articles on Michael Jackson, if only because since his death writers from People, MSNBC, CNN, Time to Newsweek to the Guardian to moreintelligentlife.com have been struggling to write articles that can encompass the high drama, the low comedy, the talent, […]Read More And the debate is on: Michael Jackson, King of Pop? or Reluctant father of modern-day celebrity culture?
Came across this really interesting survey on moreintelligentlife.com which asks, “What was the most important year of all time for you?” The following were the contenders: 1. 5 BC – Jesus’ birth 2. 1204 – Christianity split by Crusades 3. 1439 – Gutenberg’s press 4. 1776 – United States is born 5. 1791 – Telegraph […]Read More Survey: What was the most important year of all time?
Taking the time to balance my viewing habits, wilfing habits and blogging with reading these days. Halfway through Che Guevarra’s totally recommendable “Motorcycle Diaries” and have caught up on newsweek.com, because the recent Time magazine (UK) issue leaves much to be desired and because it seems to be extolling the virtues of liberal capitalism – […]Read More Recession keeping you from buying new books or DVDs? Newsweek advice: Re-read your favorite books!
Came across this very succinct evaluation of 2009’s summer blockbusters on newsweek.com entitled “How much are the summer movies really worth? We do the math” (enticingly sub-titled “The real recession begins”). Funniest most useful movie review soundbite I’ve ever come across, that dissects how much a movie really costs. List includes: 1. Wolverine – valued […]Read More Newsweek’s Summer Blockbusters 2009 stakeout: You do the math
Came across this really nifty video mash-up of Buffy staking Edward Cullen. Since I hate Edward Cullen and all that he stands for (needy, creepy, self-righteous, weird, sexist macho vampire) I loved that somebody came up with this. It’s from rebellious pixels (you can check out more of their stuff on youtube.com).Read More Newsflash: Buffy kicks Edward’s Ass (yay) (because I hate Twilight and Edward Cullen)
Episode 11: Henry (Christopher Gorham) and Danny (Brandon Jay McLaren) get to Abby (Elaine Cassidy) before John Wakefield kills her. John Wakefield goes to the pub and kills Shane (Ben Cotton). Trish (Katie Cassidy), Chloe (Cameron Richardson), Shea (Gina Holden) and Madison (Cassandra Sawtell) escape, leaving an unconscious Jimmy (CJ Thomason) who is still surviving […]Read More Retro-recap: Harper’s Island, Episode 11 (US, CBS, 2009)
Directed by Christine Jeffs, written by Megan Holley The story: The Lorkowski family is falling apart. Father Joe Lorkowski (Alan Arkin) is a fly-by-night businessman who sells things from shrimp to dodgy kids’ goodies. Daughter Norah (Emily Blunt) is living with him and has just gotten fired from her job. At the center of it […]Read More Indie film retro-review: Sunshine Cleaning (US, 2008)