I saw The Fantastic Mr. Fox last Thursday. It is easily my favorite Wes Anderson movie and my favorite Roald Dahl adaptation, making it a double threat. The animation is beautiful, the humor is spot on, Anderson’s strange sentimentality is drawn out nicely and the voice acting is superb. Mr. Fox has a good […]
TED‘s website is one of those places I only visit when I have a free Sunday afternoon or a few hours before bed. I start with just one video and end up watching nine or ten. Considering I enjoy this as much as I enjoy this (what’s bizarre is the former […]
I’m of the opinion that every major American holiday, if not just every holiday, is on some level a ritualistic celebration designed to disguise indulging in vice. Fourth of July is pride, Christmas avarice, Valentine’s Day is lust, and Thanksgiving is, of course, gluttony.
The counterpoint is that while enjoying these vices, we tend to […]
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