“We can only hope that this time, unlike 2004, American voters will have the wisdom to grant the awesome powers of the presidency to someone who has the integrity, principle and decency to use them honorably. Then when we look in the mirror as a nation, we will see, once again, the reflection of the United States of America.” Link
Archive for December, 2007
The serving suggestion for Marks and Spencer’s Chorizo and Butterbean soup appears to involve somehow making the ingredients travel back in time.
Shadowplay is a fabulous site and you should add it to your bookmarks immediately. David Cairns, talented film-maker and a commenter I always read with interest when he drops by these parts, is uploading his brain onto the internet and the result is just fascinating. His is one of those sites that doesn’t just regurgitate what’s going on elsewhere on the web (like some I could mention), but instead adds to it with fascinating, unique discoveries of his own. Where else would you find something like…oh, Quincy Jones talking about Ingmar Bergman? “I know Ingmar Bergman is supposed to knock out his pictures in two or three weeks, but I’m sure that underneath he chews up twenty tons of rug. He won’t even leave his own city, so don’t tell me what a real secure cat he is.”.
Elsewhere, he’s either digging up some unknown gem and lovingly holding it up to the light or he’s revealing new aspects to films we all feel we know backwards. Today, I’ve found out that Richard Widmark is still alive, seen Audrey Hepburn’s screentest and found out who Henri Alekan is. I can’t wait to see what’s next.
The RIAA finally goes crazy: “In legal documents in its federal case against Jeffrey Howell, a Scottsdale, Ariz., man who kept a collection of about 2,000 music recordings on his personal computer, the industry maintains that it is illegal for someone who has legally purchased a CD to transfer that music into his computer.” Link
You come and go…you come and goooooo…(sorry)
Oh, dear God, what have I done?
I love the way the first gag doesn’t work because the angle is wrong. DAS IST NOT A GOOD SIGN.
(Thanks to everyone for pointing this out, but especially to Anne for this link.)
I missed this when it went out…
To give him his due, Mr.Lyons goes on to say “These may well be the type of programs BBC will not be making in the future.”
(Thanks to Ray for this one)