Check out this work by Chris Jordan, a Seattle photographer seeking to depict American life by creating images of our consumption. It’s an amazing comment on who we are – as depicted by what we consume – and waste.
As mad as I am about the Dems bending over and dropping trou for the Decider on the Iraq war bill, there’s actually another case of “surrender monkeying” that bothers me more, and that’s the much-heralded “guest worker” immigration compromise that is also (in all likelihood) going to fly its way to Bush’s seal of […]
By Martin Bosworth A few days ago, my esteemed fellow roguish scholar Mike commented eloquently on the double-plus goodspeak of Monica Goodling.
Virek must have seen it too; he screamed, and Baron Samedi, Lord of Graveyards, the loa whose kingdom was death, leaned in across Barcelona like a cold dark rain. – William Gibson, Count Zero I miss Hunter Thompson. Always, but especially on days like today, where I’m contemplating what the Democratic leadership has done to […]
Sirius satellite radio CEO Mel Karmazin met with share holders of his embattled company yesterday and apologized for the decline in stock values of his company. However, he pointed out that rival – and potential merger partner – XM’s stock was in worse shape. “We suck less” were his exact words – just the sort […]