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Tyranny of the majority. Its a stock character today, but is the perhaps dominant cultural aesthetic of our time: the endless variations on the neurotic and hyperarticulate, as well as sexually obsessed individual; throw in issues of class and assimilation … Continue reading
…Vavara Petrovna, Turgenev’s mother, had her office furnished like a court of law, with her portrait behind the dais in a pose reminiscent of Catherine The Great. Here the serfs were dealt rough, often irrational judgement for the smallest transgression. … Continue reading
…or boy. happy days are here again. To see Ed Koch doing a video for Barack Obama 2012 is almost a jumping the shark moment. To see this uncle Festus derivative with the prop of a Jewish menorah is slimy … Continue reading
The essence of comedy is the triumph of nature over intellect. The human comedy where hedonism replaces heroism. Tragic heroes die for what is nobler in the mind, comic heroes live for what is livelier in the flesh. The tragic … Continue reading
In this case probably term life would be the wise choice. Even short term life. If the money is available maybe whole life, but even better, give how well paid they are, you take a life insurance policy, but you … Continue reading
This triumph must have made the Jewish Revolt very real to the people of Rome; it was designed to render them vividly aware of the gravity of the danger from which the new emperor and his son had delivered them. … Continue reading
Joseph Flavius writing in the time of King Herod described the jews as a fit and hardy people who partook in athletic activities much to the delight of King Herod who liked the idea of a fit workforce. In terms … Continue reading
by Art Chantry: peter sellers, peter o’toole, woody allen, paula prentiss, ursula andrews, capucine and romy schneider (and others) on the 45 cover for the “whats new pussycat” single by tom jones. drawn by FRANK FRAZETTA. conan, it ain’t.
On the one hand, what could one possibly expect from the entertainment industry. Its “product” serving as the servile public relations arm of the financial/industrial complex. And its been that way since the Hays Code of the 1930′s which coincided … Continue reading