Category Archives: Animals

Sean Connery With A Cat Du Jour

Eddie Pensier writes:

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A Magnificence Suitable to a People Who Styled Themselves the Masters of the World

Fabrizio del Wrongo writes: The only merit of the administration of Carinus that history could record, or poetry celebrate, was the uncommon splendor with which, in his own and his brother’s name, he exhibited the Roman games of the theatre, … Continue reading

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Notes on “That’s My Man”

Fabrizio del Wrongo writes: This late Frank Borzage picture is about a compulsive gambler (Don Ameche) whose mojo is all bound up with the fate of a thoroughbred that he raises from a colt. Borzage and screenwriters Steve Fisher and Bradley … Continue reading

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Quote Du Jour

Blowhard, Esq. writes: If a horse or other cattle is elf-shot, take docks seed and Scottish wax and let a man sing twelve masses over them and put holy water on the horse or cattle. Have the herbs always with you. … Continue reading

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Fabrizio del Wrongo writes: Harrowing. Comments are pretty spicy. Riffs for sale. Armond White must be the most talked about (and argued over) movie critic in the world. How gay. Towards a new art? How to take this as anything but … Continue reading

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Documentary Recommendations

Fabrizio del Wrongo writes: I haven’t had much time to blog lately. Real life has kind of taken a dump on my internet profile. But I have managed to catch a few nice documentaries on Netflix Instant. Thought I’d pass … Continue reading

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Fabrizio del Wrongo writes: Looks like Steve Sailer correctly predicted that there was a homophobic element to the Martin-Zimmerman kerfuffle. What did I just watch? Good grief. Apparently, prior to “Tootsie,” Hoffman never realized that women who look like Dustin Hoffman … Continue reading

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