Wednesday, October 5, 2005

When is Serenity coming to a theater near us?
A very Dangerous thing is being sold on's the Warner Classics Mega Collection--something my public sector job won't let me afford in one go..but it is singing its siren includes the beautiful: Freaks- Gaslight-The thin Man Collection-Hitchcock's Dial M for Murder, Stage Fright, Strangers on A Train, Suspicion -And last but not least a film I have seen even more times than Waiting for Guffman: A night at the Opera.
I have a huge crush on Justice Potter Stewart's can hear him on the audio for the Roe v. Wade oral arguments before the Supreme is a transcript so you can follow it..He was also on the bench for the following: Gideon v. Wainright, NYT v. Sullivan, Griswold v. Connecticut (good to know if you are interested in Roe v. Wade) Miranda v. Arizona (That's why people under arrest hear "You have the right to remain silent..", Loving v Virginia, NYT v. US (The Pent. Papers Case), Furman v Georgia (death penalty= unconstitutional) and Gregg v Georgia (which brought the death penalty back) and tons of other cases that are just as interesting..Ahh Potter, the only Republican I find attractive..
News Shorts
The IAEA and Baradei are getting the Nobel prize--Bernard Shaw once said "I can forgive Alfred Nobel for having invented dynamite, but only a fiend in human form could have invented the Nobel Prize."--Tropical Storm Stan--An article in the Guardian about The Blogging Generation--Satya magazine has an article titled The Women of Afghanistan: Abandoned

No comments: