Monthly Archives: September 2004
I will not be watching the debates tonight. There are two reasons for this. I think they’ll make me angry (well, angrier). I have to work. Fortunately, I will be home in time for the Daily Show, which will no … Continue reading
This week’s Wednesday Whatevers.
My review of Shaun of the Dead is up at The Bottom Line. Hooray.
Well, all, Othello has concluded and my Shakespeare class is taking a week off before starting up again on October 10. If you were thinking about signing up, now’s the time! Email me or leave a comment if you’re interested … Continue reading
IN the current issue of Premiere magazine, Virginia Madsen replied to the question “Who is your favorite Star Wars character?” with: Darth Vader. I was a very young adolescent, and I found him incredibly sexually attractive. The evil, emotionally crippled … Continue reading
I was poking around Jennifer Weiner‘s blog (she wrote Good in Bed, among other things, and while I have yet to read one of her books I am convinced that when I finally do, I will like them) and found … Continue reading
Question: do my readers kjnow anybody who hasn’t already decided who they’re voting for on Nov. 2? I don’t know a single person who can’t tell me exactly who they’re voting for. I don’t know a single person who hasn’t … Continue reading
Well, kids, I have returned. Once I’ve had a chance to go through the tons of pix I took, I’ll post some here. I had a fantastic time and am now all tired and ready for a break. Why do … Continue reading
by Philip Hoare I’m about halfway through this book and am loving every minute of it. It examines the conflict between those who admired what Oscar Wilde stood for and those who hated what he stood for. The conflict finally … Continue reading