“This is a horse movie with horses about horses, starring horses. If that sounds appealing, you already knew you will love this movie, so go watch it. If it doesn’t… well, the horse-wife will, so watch it anyways, because you…
the post-CU world is a world in which the 0.0001% are financing a remarkably effective satire undermining themselves and their chosen spokespeople: Diminishing returns as morality play.
The real nightmare is already ongoing, and everyone in the family knows it: of a party splintering, each main ideological element of the Reagan Era coalition exposed both as insufficient on its own terms and as unable to discover a compelling rationale for uniting with its customary allies.
The Palin character, sitting opposite Schmidt in a campaign bus, says McCain would “continue to have an open dialogue” with the queen of England on the subject. Flabbergasted, the Schmidt character informs her the queen is not the head of government. Palin asks who is. He informs her that the country has a prime minister.
Strong said he uncovered that additional episode during the 25 interviews he conducted with principals from Team McCain. Schmidt confirmed the account.
I don’t think the earlier Iron Sky Trailer had as much President Palin:
It is, of course, a crucifixion.
It’s just a movie poster, for a movie I don’t recall anyone ever having had much to say about, but the image always stuck in my mind, and today it seems especially sad and expressive. The concept of the movie…
He combines a good shot with excellent court awareness and ball skills, and his more Nash than Paul style meshes with D’Antoni’s offense. He’s not yet really been tested, but he’s clearly earned the right to a real test beyond whatever inevitable and likely impending drop-off in his performance and in attention.
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Polanyi should be more relevant. And I should have been doing more blogging, even though I’ve been very distracted.