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Archive for July, 2007
Ingmar Bergman. Michaelangelo Antonioni. Tom Snyder.
Los Angeles Times: To hold down medical costs, some firms are penalizing workers who are overweight or don’t meet health guidelines. Boy, do I have mixed feelings about this… Powered by ScribeFire.
While the rest of the comic book industry rubs shoulders — and practically every other bodily part — in a cram-packed San Diego convention center, I’m second-, third-, and ninth-guessing myself on a script that I worry may be too unsparingly human for a superhero comic. In the ’70s, readers could deal with this kind […]
From the Hero Initiative website: The Hero Initiative is the first-ever federally chartered not-for-profit corporation dedicated strictly to helping comic book creators in need. Those of you planning to attend the San Diego convention will want to check out the latest issue of the Initiative’s online newsletter. You can subscribe to the newsletter here.
From “Generation Chickenhawk: the Unauthorized College Republican Convention Tour”: On July 13, 2007, I visited Section 60 of Arlington National Cemetery, where the bodies of American soldiers killed in Iraq were freshly interred. Afterwards, I headed across the street to the Sheraton National Hotel, owned by right-wing Korean cult leader Sun Myung-Moon, to meet some […]
If you didn’t catch last night’s *Bill Moyers Journal* on PBS, you might want to take a look at this video segment: BILL MOYERS JOURNAL explores the talk of impeachment with Constitutional scholar Bruce Fein, who wrote the first article of impeachment against President Bill Clinton, and THE NATION’s John Nichols, author of THE GENIUS […]
Something appropriately revolutionary for the Fourth of July. The band, of course, is the Nairobi Quartet.
My horoscope for today: “Someone who once wronged you is coming back — try to keep an open mind about them.” Oh joy.
Ever have a weekend-long anxiety attack? I did. I was awake from about 6:30 AM Friday until — I don’t know — sometime late Saturday afternoon, unable to think, unable to move, intermittently unable to breathe. Oh, I could inhale and exhale, sure. I just couldn’t establish a rhythm for it. I was conscious of […]