It’s the last week in May and the weather is finally warm, the Hamptons commute is seasonally torturous, and our aging international businessmen are doing what has become increasingly commonplace this time of year: lecherously pursuing the housekeeping staff through the halls and in the well-appointed rooms of our fine luxury hotels. And by “increasingly Read More
We can all breathe a sigh of relief, now that the judgment has come down and failed to derail the future of humanity. Yes, The Hangover II will open today, despite the best efforts of Mike Tyson‘s copyright-happy tattoo artist to stand between America and her traditional Memorial Day blockbuster featuring full-frontal male nudity.
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We hope not, anyway; if Harold Camping and FamilyRadio.com are right–if a massive earthquake splits the globe in half like a chocolate orange on Saturday evening, sending Christ’s chosen people flying upward in rapture while the rest of us curse ourselves for just having renewed our 30-day unlimited MetroCards (see page 18 for further details)–then Read More
“What If There’s No Hell?” asked Jon Meacham last week on the cover of Time, leading into a profile of Pastor Rob Bell, author of Love Wins, wherein the pastor argues that Jesus Christ got everybody into heaven, not just the goody-two-shoes and sinless shut-ins. Having long proceeded on the assumption that there was no Read More
“French warplanes” is a phrase you don’t hear too often, so when we read it on the front page of The New York Times on Sunday, we knew it was time for another friendly invasion, or at least the punishing imposition of another no-fly zone, which given the deployment of the notoriously non-bellicose French pilots, Read More