Archive for December, 2007
Yes, now you can purchase Brawndo!!! Besides buying the “power drink” itself, you can also get T-shirts and other paraphernalia at a website devoted to the Idiocracy drink product spin-off.
Marlene played a gypsy in one of my favorite anti-fascist movies made close to the WWII era: Golden Earrings (1947) (included in the set from Amazon featured here on the right). I don’t recall any singing in that movie, nor did I find a clip from it. However, the song above still seems very relevant. […]
The latest Ender’s Review was produced on Linux, using Open Office, Quanta Plus and FileZilla. (The HTML e-mail edition was hacked together, but maybe next week I’ll do better on that.) My turkey will have to wait a little bit. This “merry gentleman” goes now to take a little rest before the cooking marathon later […]
Although for the last few days I have had a horrible cold with a congested head and frequent sneezing spells, I have made some progress on several fronts. However, I begin with the “bad news” — I probably won’t have a new movie review ready before the New Year. I have several in various states […]
Wired lists a few Santas who “Put the X Back in Xmas.” Objectivist Santa may rank as my favorite. Giving you a taste of that one may create curiosity about the others: As this Santa will tell you, the entire concept of “gift giving” is an immoral construction designed to perpetuate a contemptible society based […]
Happy Birthday, Miranda Otto, yet another Aussie blonde, who I find appealing.
Should Animals Be Doing More For The Animal Rights Movement?
I managed to get the blog look changed before Yule. That seems especially appropriate this year since the winter season appears to have arrived, at least its snow, well before the official beginning of the season. I found this when looking for “blue winter” videos:
Yesterday, during my perusal of my reader feeds, I came upon a plethora of amateur videos from the Led Zeppelin concert at the O2 in England. I found one of “Stairway to Heaven” and posted it here. YouTube may have pulled that video (as Sunni says in her comment here). I don’t blame YouTube. I […]
I wish I could have been there to see this in person.