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Author Archives: Brundle Guy
BrundleGuy’s Favorite 2012 Movies
BrundleGuy writes: So I got really busy at the beginning of this year, and consequently haven’t gotten around to finishing up my 2012 Movie Favorites list until now. Also, apparently I had a lot to say about these movies, even by … Continue reading
But What About the Ladies?
Brundle Guy writes: So today is the Oscars. I won’t be watching, as I haven’t been able to stomach an Oscar telecast in years. But for all the headache-inducing hoopla that goes up around Oscar-time, there’s a trend that’s really … Continue reading
Posted in Movies, Sex, Women men and fashion Tagged Antonia Bird, Catherine Hardwicke, Cloud Atlas, gender, Lana Wachowski, Mary Harron, Oscars, sexism, women 7 Comments
And Who Mourns Vaudeville?
Brundle Guy writes: The times, they are a-changing, as the man once sang. They certainly are for the industry I work in, comic book publishing. It’s odd, in a time where comics have greater cultural cache than ever before, the … Continue reading
Posted in Books Publishing and Writing, Personal reflections Tagged change, Comics, economics, marketing, publishing 8 Comments
Is Anyone Cool Anymore?
Brundle Guy writes: A couple of years ago a friend of mine, for the purposes of this article we’ll call him Ryan, was being transferred by his job. He was regaling another friend and I with the story of a … Continue reading
Posted in Personal reflections Tagged Cool, Narcissism, Obama, The Fonz, Unflappable 14 Comments
Can you secede while still being in charge?
Brundle Guy writes: Mike Lofgren wrote this article for The American Conservative asking if the wealthy elites in America have, for all intents and purposes, seceded from the union and created their own world while still governing and controlling the rest of … Continue reading
What do you look for in a short story?
Brundle Guy writes: A couple of months ago a good friend of my family’s passed away. I helped partake in a search through her house for her will, and while we didn’t find the legal papers in question, I did … Continue reading
Posted in Books Publishing and Writing, Personal reflections Tagged Dave Eggers, Kurt Vonnegut, literature, Short Stories 5 Comments
Vacation, all I ever wanted…
Brundle Guy writes: First of all, I must apologize. When I was asked to join this ragtag group of misfits and ne’er-do-wells I was frothing at the mouth to get some posts going, make a bunch of comments, start a few … Continue reading
Posted in Personal reflections, Politics and Economics, The Good Life Tagged progress, Vacation, work 2 Comments