Saturday, October 18, 2014

Go Giants!

Nothing Less than Victory

G.NA, "Password"

The Ganer in the Pratie Hole

Cara Dillon, "The Winding River Roe"

Sarah Jarosz - Annabelle Lee

Jack Donovan Interview at The Mating Grounds

Podcast and transcript.

Some News About Valaam

Jessica Chastain on Letterman

Full Episode

The Limits to Growth

Friday, October 17, 2014

Farm to Table

Why the Love?

Has her acting improved? Or is it for the message of the movie?

Earls of Leicester, "Salty Dog"

A Different Role for Zhao Wei

Busan 2014 Review: Peter Chan's DEAREST Devastates

But It Wasn't April Fools' Yesterday...

AMC Announces ‘Breaking Bad’ To Return For 6th Season; You Won’t Believe This Plot Twist

Baffling decision, if you think the ending was perfect for the series.

Edit. Spoof/satire site, not Empire Magazine...

Goo Hye Sun's Latest MV...

Thursday, October 16, 2014

The Man Miyazaki

"I Will Always Love You"

Beckinsale Would Have Been Better

Bluegrass Giants Fight Song

Michael Daves and...

Friendship, Social Media, and the Dunbar Number

The Limits of Friendship by Maria Konnikova

Rod Dreher Visits Norcia

OSB Norcia - AmCon

An Iconographer Travels to the Holy Land

One of the Few Contemporary American Thomists to Defend Traditional Teaching on These Points

Edward Feser: God, man, and masculinity

For Those Downton Abbey Fans

Celtic Colours Livestream


Always with the Program

Spanish Mary

Wednesday, October 15, 2014

Tough Female Prosecutor


Silence in Production

Scorsese and the Jesuits: Lights, camera, action!

Molly Tuttle Trio, "I'm Over You"

It Takes a Village by Jane Cowen-Fletcher

Had to read this book for a 1st grade last week. The book was published before Hilary spewed her statist BS based on that supposed African proverb, "It takes a village to raise a child," which is also an inspiration for the book. The author was in the Peace Corps and served in Benin; is her village modeled after a modern-day "matriarchy"? It takes place in the village market place. There are a few men in the marketplace, but the father of the two children is notably absent from the story. Why is that?

The obvious rejoinder to Hilary is that the village is not the same as the nation-state; for one, the scale is much different and even 1st graders understand that they cannot rely on the people around them in their "communities" to take care of them, because they are STRANGERS.

There were no matriarchies in precolonial Africa

Tuesday, October 14, 2014

Columbus Day

Pat Buchanan

Jack Donovan on Alpha Man Project

The name of the podcast may be excessive... Episode 61 (Part 1)

Incongruous Pairing

Not Austen, So Why Use this as the English Title?

Monday, October 13, 2014

Saw a 'possum walking in the middle of the road last night. Residential street so I was able to stop without hitting it, though a part of me wanted to keep driving. It appeared to be bleeding and scraped, walking around in a circle and dazed. Hit by another car? A bad omen? Or a symbol of America or the typical American?

Sunday, October 12, 2014

Tim Conway on The World Over

How many Americans under the age of 40 know who he is?