|I cannot live without books. -Thomas Jefferson||Reading Lists|
|Don't judge a man by his opinions, but what his opinions have made of him. -Georg Christoph Lichtenberg||Quotes|
Pocket Review, Title Broadway Danny Rose, Studio MGM/UA, Rating 4.5,
The top of my Woody Allen movie list is reserved for Broadway Danny Rose'. The movie opens with a scene at the Carnegie Deli, with a bunch of (actual) Borscht Belt comedians swapping stories on a lazy afternoon, and one of them begins to tell Danny’s story. Danny is a very small-time theatrical agent in New York City, kind of the Charlie Brown of agents, who never seems to get a break. He works his butt off for small-time acts: Balloon folders, waterglass musicians,one-legged tap-dancers, stuttering ventriloquists, and the like.
Book Pocket Review, Title The Constitution Of The United States Of America, Author United States, Rating 4.0,
In one good hour the U.S. Constitution can be read from front to back. It is written in relatively clear language and still has the capacity to surprise.
Book Book Review, Title The Global Public Square, Author Os. Guinness, Rating 2.5,
Os Guiness' The Global Public Square oscillates between a Utopian call for a universal human rights and a sectarian application of those rights, as if the author was of two minds, wrestling with the views of Roger Williams and James Dobson.
While doing some spring cleaning, Cindy came across some discrete milestones of¬†our courtship, perhaps a short and selective history of Cindy’s path to my heart, assisted by her pal Snoopy.
I came across this provocative double-entendre comic from the great Bizarro Comics. As a left-hander, I laughed my head off.