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THE LONER THE GROUPIE AND THE BALL OF GAS

THE LONER THE GROUPIE AND THE BALL OF GAS

There are two basic approaches to seeking safety in our otherwise dangerous lives, the most obvious of which focuses on a core belief that the greatest… 255 more words

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'The Man From U.N.C.L.E.' and Hollywood's Boring White Guy Problem

Our common memory of Cameron Crowe’s Elizabethtown these days is as a place marker, the end of our collective honeymoon with the Jerry Maguire filmmaker, a movie greeted with hoots from critics and middling box office that became… 998 more words

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DID ROY ROGERS EVER READ THE ILIAD?

DID ROY ROGERS EVER READ THE ILIAD?

If I had a classical education

I could talk about the Greek Classics

Read the Iliad, and recognise dactylic hexameter: 90 more words

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Henry Cavill & Armie Hammer On 'The Man From U.N.C.L.E.,' ‘Batman V Superman,’ And We Debate ‘Lone Ranger’

When you meet Henry Cavill and Armie Hammer together, you’re overcome by two thoughts: The first one is, “These are both very handsome human beings.” The second is almost a strange sense of intimidation because Cavill and Hammer are both very tall, imposing people (I’m 6-feet tall, and it’s not often I’m the “short one” when interviewing actors), to the point that if there were some sort of altercation near us, I’m glad they were both here to diffuse this hypothetical, non-existent situation. 2,662 more words

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Willard Suitcases / Michael B

Here is another example of a complication in one’s life that could possibly lead to time spent at Willard.  It has not been unusual to find evidence of language problems in the lives of people who were patients there.   153 more words

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HAEMORRHOID ON BEING SADDLE SORE

Gene Autry, the Beast and I had given up raising a fourth for dominoes when we heard, away in the distance, “If a macca mek it jook yu! 733 more words

Columns: Playing Solitaire With The Hermit Of The People

Go West, Young Man!

But in an age of digital wizardry and ironic cool, such products—with their earnest storytelling and their utter lack of artistic pretension, to say nothing of skill––such products come as a breath of clean desert air.

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