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Had a bit of a surprise at lunchtime, when I got around to reading today’s Chicago Tribune. On the front page was a fascinating article about the new Spinosaurus discoveries announced today. It’s a topic of local interest since lead … Continue reading
Imagine the scene: it’s Sunday evening and you are sitting peacefully in your own living room, doodling in your sketchbook while you watch this week’s episode of The Great Food Truck Race. (This is a completely pointless Food Network program … Continue reading
(In case you have The Great Martian War awaiting you on your DVR, or are waiting for either a rerun on History or BBC America or the DVD release, I am putting my appreciation of this extremely weird program under … Continue reading
Guardians of the Galaxy is a great movie for a rainy summer afternoon. If you’ve seen the ads and the trailers and never read the comics, you will be excused for thinking that this flick is a colorful space opera … Continue reading
On this, the rest day between the end of the group competitions and the beginning of the knockout round, here are just a few of the notes I’ve been making as I watch the (“association football”) World Cup. Sportscasters say … Continue reading
“A cartoonist in Kekionga”, complete with Josef from the header, has been mentioned on the Robot Skeleton Army website, home of daily headlines about Craig Ferguson and The Late Late Show! As a ridiculously adoring fan of this profound, silly … Continue reading
(Yes, yes, so many colons. It is not my fault that people who make movies insist on putting colons on the title.) I actually saw this flick a week or so ago, when I was in the middle of posting … Continue reading
Well, it was a movie, and it did have Spider-Man in it. (It was the new Andrew Garfield One, not the big eyed Young Tobey Maguire One, so that’s about a half point in its favor.) It was the second … Continue reading
Marvel’s Agents of S.H.I.E.L.D. has been blowing hot and cold for me all season– flashes of brilliance, long passages of boredom, never quite as good as it should be but never close to bad enough to dump. And then Winter … Continue reading