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Fool me once.... #32.

A week or so ago, my wife, Susie and I trekked our way North from Florida to Indiana. I did get a column for my weekly effort as well as an aggravated backbone out of the ride. 972 more words


A ludicrous spending bill

In the last session of Congress, the Democrats proved their inability to govern when the other party had control of one of the houses that comprise the law-making body for our government. 749 more words


The Coming Pyrrhic Victory

While I favor resisting government actions that further conservative agendas, I will not lament the failure of resistance.

In many cases conservatives have been pushed to the far right, and will be obligated to support things that the US mainstream center-right will reject. 94 more words


St. Vincent (2014)

Review first published by Grolsch FilmWorks

It begins with Vincent McKenna (Bill Murray) drunkenly telling a joke in a bar – a locale which, along with his seen-better-days Brooklyn house, the Belmont Park race course, and the palatial Sunningvale care home – forms Vincent’s typical environment. 499 more words

Lost in the Mirror: An Insight on Alan Zweig

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“Lost in the Mirror: An Insight on Alan Zweig” is an essay that analyzes Zweig’s self-reflexive documentaries Vinyl, I, Curmudgeon, and Lovable.  3,472 more words

Walken Hook?

I’ve been watching the commercials for the upcoming live TV performance of Peter Pan starring Allison Williams as Pan and Christopher Walken as Hook.

Walken as Hook? 665 more words


Last saturday's show

We never write posts about a show, but in this case we really want to thank all the people who came to the show last saturday and Curmudgeon that kicked everyone’s ass! 50 more words