Category Archives: A Little Night Music
Growing up, it was easy to revere my older sister. She was after all 4 years older and quick to tell me about the huge, complex world all around us, of which I knew very little, and she knew so … Continue reading
Sanctimonious sports writers experience a bunching in their panties often, but nothing chafes the crotchal region quite like discussions regarding induction to Baseball’s Hall of Fame. Purists like Bob Costas get fanatical when certain ball players are mentioned as candidates. I must be … Continue reading
Many actors steal their featured sections of Bridesmaids, but it’s hard not to walk away from the film marvelling at the virtuosity that is Kristin Wiig. I’ve long considered Wiig the best female cast member in the history of SNL, and … Continue reading
Around the time I put the finishing touches on my blog post about LeBron James and what I perceive to be a double standard in how African-American athletes are viewed, I started reading Tom Wolfe’s A Man in Full. For those of you who … Continue reading
I’ve always loved LeBron, and thought it was preposterous how people demonized him for exercising his rights as a free agent (I admit The Decision was poorly executed). I especially think it’s ridiculous how sports writers talked about how he lacked a killer instinct because … Continue reading
One of my favorite characters from literature is the conniving, shaper of public opinion, the villain of The Fountainhead, Ellsworth Toohey. So, it would be pretty darn hypocritical of me to review anything here. I have a deep desire for people … Continue reading
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