Equal ingenuity was shown by the folks behind the feeble comedy Jewtopia, which I dismissed as so much tasteless matzoh ball soup when it opened in the fall of 2004. In a best-and-worst-of-the-season article that followed, I singled the show out for more opprobrium, calling it "schlocky but apparently unstoppable." But read the fine print in the ABC advertisements in The New York Times and you'll find, on occasion, the following: "Unstoppable" Charles Isherwood, New York Times.
(typography corrected) Of course, lawyers would never quote anything out of context. (I didn't even need the <SARCASM> </SARCASM> tags for that, did I?)
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The last couple of weeks have been exceptionally busy. Thus, a small picture gallery "borrowed" from elsewhere is going to have to substitute for actual content. Eventually, I'll get around to other commentsand to reposting a couple of items that I wrote up and just managed to munge up while posting.
Brian McBride demonstrated that only wimps wear helmets. He was back on the field three minutes after taking an elbow in the face… with three stitches. And he finished the game.
Although this looks like a flavor one might find on Iron Chef, it might come in handy otherwise.
A new motto for a new century