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Archives for April 2011

Official Drink of the Pentecost

 These little beautiesare more popular than Margaritas in Mexico.

“Listen here, The Matrix is a terrible movie.”

In which the wondrous Ms. Fisher reviews the Escriva pic There Be Dragons, and I come thisclose to getting into a combox debate.  Hoo!

Your Move, Hummer

Inspired by a comment by Mr. Webb

Kurtz Unbound
These pitch-dark waters glisten in the sun;
As black, the sweat that falls across my gun.
“Is it time,” whispers Magobee the slave,
“To cut the anchor chain?” We note a wave
That urges us adrift. “Our journey’s done,”
I say. “This river, my lover, our grave….”

I wrote a (very short) review!

Water for Elephants, anyone?

Okay, let’s try this again…

Alphonse gets a shiny new website, plus a downloadable PDF version for just $.99.

[Image via Married to the Sea.]

No, seriously…

Why did you guys not tell me about this?

No, seriously…

…I would totally love to watch a show in which the girl does one of those “slip behind a screen to change clothes during a conversation with a man” scenes wherein the screen was a cardboard image of Jeremy Irons as the Pope.

Fr. Barron responds to Maureen Dowd re: Bob Dylan

Jonathan Potter, call your office. And all y’all go read the article in full, in which Fr. Barron deftly responds to Maureen Dowd’s contention that Dylan is a sellout for agreeing to leave out his most famous protest songs during his performances in China.

Anyone that knows the work of Bob Dylan knows that the songwriter has been deeply religious his career long. His explicitly political protest songs were rooted in the prophetic tradition of ancient Israel and almost without exception called the judgment of God on wicked rulers and unscrupulous financiers…

…Pace Maureen Dowd, the Bob Dylan who decided to proclaim, with the full blast of a rock band, the Lordship of Jesus Christ in Communist China has never been more truly revolutionary.

Announcement

I have decided to make myself available for this Thursday’s NFL draft.