Monthly Archives: July 2008

The Dark Knight

So, The Dark Knight turned out to be an excellent, if somewhat overlong, film.  I saw it this past weekend, and for those who have yet to: believe all the hype about Heath Ledger.  I am instantly suspicious when postmortem … Continue reading

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A Moment of Silence…

A moment of silence for the Thylacine. On July 10th in 1936, the Tasmanian government passed legislation protecting one of its more unique animals… a creature that had died off in the rest of the world. This was the Tasmanian … Continue reading

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Hitchcock, and July 3rd

A muggy week but an exciting one… and not just because of the new Bond movie trailer. I received a phone call Monday from an acquisitions fellow at the McGraw-Hill publishing company. They are one of the bigger publishers of … Continue reading

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