This has gotta be one of my favorite stories on Paul Thomas Anderson and Fiona Apple. I had always viewed their relationship from my own perspective of reading about Anderson in film magazines and only hearing it mentioned in passing… I didn’t know they were a power couple!Read More Paul and Fiona: The 90s live
Ever since I started getting small black hairs on the bottom of my chin, I’ve wanted to grow a beard. No, I think it goes back further than that. I grew up around them, and I think it was only natural that I’d want to grow one out. I think about it, now, and I […]Read More My Beard: A Religious Thing I haven’t Figured Out Yet
“And when the war’s over, someday, some year, the books can be written again, the people be called in, one by one, to recite what they know and we’ll set it up in type until another Dark Age, when we might have to do the whole damn thing over again. But that’s the wonderful thing about […]Read More Fahrenheit 451, Page 151
In Short: The Master is an incredible and compelling work with awe-inspiring visuals and might-as-well-retire-after-this performances from Joaquin Phoenix, Philip Seymour Hoffman, and Amy Adams. It spends you spiraling down a jagged journey with an insane man. Follow the jump for the full review…. In Long: Y’know, it’s interesting. I went into the Master expecting a similar […]Read More the king flew headlong into the blazing unknown [the Master]
Wired’s live blog of the event. It’s faster, thinner, and it has a bigger screen. A better camera. Conclusion: I still hate my Blackberry.Read More Also, the iPhone5 was unleashed on the world.
So Slate Posted an interesting article this morning. The first paragraph: Mitt Romney is enjoying at least the fourth public loss of confidence by conservative elites since winning the nomination. The first came in June when Rupert Murdoch and others complained that he was not taking the fight to Barack Obama. Then in July, he was faulted […]Read More You’re so Vague, I bet you think this Song is About you [election thoughts]
I’m starting this thing because I really want to begin an exodus into my own mind and what makes me tick. I get the sense that there’s a lot of things that exist in my mind ethereally and this’ll really give me a chance to turn those clouds of thought into the brick and mortar […]Read More This is the Start of Something Peculiar