Monthly Archives: June 2007

Tough Guys Don’t Dance

After reading Mark Singer’s puff piece in the May 21st Talk of the Town, I was intrigued to see the movie Tough Guys Don’t Dance, directed by and screenplay by and based on the novel by Norman Mailer. Critics panned … Continue reading

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Sopranos/Big Love

I loved the end of the Sopranos. It was perfect symmetry. Personally, I think he bought it listening to Journey with an onion ring in his mouth. Do I feel the need to see it spelled out like all the … Continue reading

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Lee Baca, Sheriff to the Stars

…but boy what fractured syntax he comes out with, almost Bushian. All this from today’s CNN web site coverage of you-know-who going back to you-know-where: The sheriff later hinted at a news conference that Hilton had psychological problems, and said … Continue reading

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Mt. San Antonio

Back up Baldy again. This trip was about 1:40 to the ski hut, half an hour taking pictures, then about 1:15 to the summit. Tons of people on top: It was almost 80 degrees on top. Down via the Devil’s … Continue reading

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