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Friday, March 18, 2005

A Lesson On Heroes

From The NY Times by Michael Chabon

A big part of what I have always admired about Roberto Clemente as a ballplayer is what a good, strong, thoughtful man he seems to have been - his stoic dignity in the face of ignorance and bigotry, how he died in a crash while flying to help the victims of a Nicaraguan earthquake, and so forth. I choose to view Clemente's grace on the field as reflecting and being reflected by the graceful way in which he conducted his public life (when one has demonstrably nothing to do with the other), and both together as lasting proof of some private gracefulness as a man, when I have no way of ever really knowing what form the true, secret conduct of his life may have taken. READ MORE

Sunday, March 13, 2005

Others Take On 'Deadwood'

From Crooks And Liars

Sunday, March 13, 2005

Fun with Deadwood

I decided to take an un-official look into how bad the language really is on HBO's series called Deadwood.  The curse counter tallied 129 , or what I considered curses (four words only) in roughly 49 minutes. Trying to count the curses actually made the show fun to watch, and the episode went by pretty quickly. I jumped over to the PTC website before I realized that they don't rate HBO. I did see that Monk got a yellow rating because it uses foul language (son of a bitch” has been used on many occasions )

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