Say what you want about Bill O’Reilly, he’s an excellent television host. His blind confidence is, no doubt, entertaining, which is the MO of all television shows. After all, if a television show wanted to teach you something, it would be a book.
I wrote this alternate ending to It’s a Wonderful Life for The Sentinel in December 2005, but it turns out that my words are just as timeless as the movie itself. As you will see, I was reading a lot of Victor Hugo at the time.
Steve Johnson, a wide receiver for the Buffalo Bills, celebrated a touchdown last week by pulling up his jersey to expose a t-shirt inscribed with The Joker’s famous quotation from The Dark Knight. You know the quotation I’m talking about; the one that nerds love to repeat in their best Joker impersonation and upload on
We can tell a lot about a country from its holidays. For example, Yemen routinely celebrates successful Al-Qaeda attacks by sacrificing goats to Allah. So it’s no surprise that Yemen exports more terrorists than prestigious grad schools.
The perennial truth of this article, which I wrote in the fall of 2004, says more about the nature of politics than it does about my prescience. It says the most about my serious young man phase, which as you will see, was pretty serious. Think or Die This election was deemed “the most important
I just don’t understand. The Social Network is one of the best movies of the year that doesn’t resolve every conflict with a knife-throwing contest, and you’re avoiding it just because it painted you in a supposed bad light.
The parishioners of a small church in Gainesville, led by pastor Terry Jones, plan to burn copies of the Koran on the ninth anniversary of 9/11. The aim of the protest, it seems, is to eradicate Islam, though it may be easier to eradicate Islam by not caving in to the ideology that leads to book
For most of us, Labor Day is a reminder that we hate our jobs, just like Valentine’s Day is a reminder that we hate our girlfriends. The only difference is that jobs can sometimes be useful. We may hate going to work, but we also understand that we need work so that we don’t starve,