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Close the Money Hole?

In The Know: Should The Government Stop Dumping Money Into A Giant Hole?

Halloween too commercial

In The Know: Has Halloween Become Overcommercialized?

Campaign Drama

Was There Too Much Sex And Profanity In The HBO Presidential Debate?

We’ve lived so well so long . . .

Many’s the time I’ve been mistaken And many times confused Yes, and I’ve often felt forsaken And certainly misused Oh, but I’m alright, I’m alright….

A rule to live by . . . ?

When you see your ship go sailing When you feel your heart is breaking…. When you need a shoulder to cry on When you get so sick of trying…. When you get so down that you can’t get up And you want so much but you’re all out of luck When you’re so downhearted and […]

Dance more often . . .

I searched for this film on the web a few years ago, along with a few other shorts that I loved from filler spots on cable; but I found nothing at the time. … If you liked Juno or Thank You for Smoking … then you might like this.

He told it like it is

Another big loss . . . Good bye, Hippy Dippy Weatherman.

Harvey Korman (Hedley Lamarr), RIP

Although I often watched Harvey on the old Carol Burnett show, I remember him best as Hedley Lamarr, the “villain” in Mel Brooks’ classic comedy Blazing Saddles….

Almost there . . . .

In The Know: Are Politicians Failing Our Lobbyists?

Are you yelling yet?

Paddy Chayefsky wrote screenplays — some original writing, some screen adaptations — for some of my favorite films, that I have already reviewed, e.g. Paint Your Wagon and The Americanization of Emily. I offer this segment from another Chayefsky favorite, which I have not yet reviewed. A true classic has lasting relevance. Howard Beale’s short […]