I admire William Shatner’s ability to embrace his reputation for hamminess. Here he doubles down for a rematch against his early enemy, the Gorn.
Monthly Archives: March 2013
“That Thing You Do” is coming to Harvard’s Adams Pool Theater. This weekend only!
Produced, directed and adapted for the stage by Grace Sunny Sun.
“That Thing You Do” is coming to Harvard’s Adams Pool Theater. This weekend only! http://thatthingyoudo.bandcamp.com/
Shampoo Warning! DO NOT wash your hair in the shower!! [HUMOR]
by Philip Simon
It’s so good to finally get a health warning that is useful!!!
DO NOT wash your hair in the shower!!
IT INVOLVES THE SHAMPOO, WHEN IT RUNS DOWN YOUR BODY WHEN YOU SHOWER WITH IT. WARNING TO US ALL!!!
NYPD Battles Parts of Brooklyn. MSM reports nothing.
As reported at Occupy.com:
Brooklyn Rises Up in Protest of Police Shooting
Fri, 03/15/2013 – 17:15
Eighteen have been arrested in Brooklyn’s East Flatbush neighborhood as New Yorkers came out for a third night of protest over the police killing of 16-year-old Kimani Gray, police reported.
The demonstration began at Brooklyn’s 67th Precinct in East Flatbush, the part of New York’s Brooklyn section where Gray was shot to death by police on Saturday. Witness and police accounts differ on whether Gray was brandishing a weapon before he was killed.
According to autopsy results, Gray was shot seven times – four times in the front of his body, and three times in the back. Continue reading
10 Phrases Progressives Need To Ditch (And What We Can Say Instead), By Elisabeth Parker
A thought-provoking article for Progressives, originally published at AddictingInfo.org.
The author notes, correctly, that words have power and do more than just ‘frame’ arguments. They subtly affect how we evaluate issues. Below, Ms. Parker makes some useful suggestions on how to re-frame some sensitive political issues in ways that don’t prejudice the audience. (Or, perhaps prejudice them differently.)
A link to the article is at the bottom. The take-aways are these:
(1). Big Business: (Also referred to as: Corporate America; Multinationals; Corporate Interests) Instead, try: Unelected Government.
(2). Entitlements: Instead, try: Earned Benefits.
(3). Free Market Capitalism: (Also referred to as: Capitalism, Free Markets, and Supply-Side Economics) Instead, try: Socialized Risk, Privatized Profits.
(4). Government Spending: (Also referred to as: Taxes, Burden, and Inconvenient) Instead, try: Investing in America.
(5). Gun Control: Instead, try: Gun Safety.
(6). Illegal Aliens: Instead, try: Undocumented Residents.
(7). Pro-Life: Instead, try: Anti-Choice.
(8). Right-To-Work: Instead, try: Anti-Union. Several readers have also suggested: Right-To-Fire (without just cause).
(9). The Environment: Instead, try: Shared Resources.
(10). Welfare: Instead, try: Social Safety Net: