15 years of Memphis, now living the easy life in Nashvegas.
Basking in the warm glow of my latest invention. Is that radiation?
A solid, workmanlike production of the Stoppard classic.
It's the Orpheum's quadrennial attempt to score some younger season ticket holders by not doing an all Rogers & Hammerstein / Andrew Lloyd Webber season. They'll revert back to their more banal offerings next year (but in the meantime I'm planning a road trip for Book of Mormon; much like my road trip for the pretty-okay-if-slight Zorro last weekend.)
Tony's my hero.
"Bluntry" isn't a neologism as much as a portmanteau. Of course, most people wouldn't know a portmanteau if it bit them on the derriass.
I've said it before, and I'll say it again. NASCAR isn't a religion. Hell, it's barely even a sport.
ACC Basketball MIGHT (might) be a religion. Although they've dishonored their God this year.
Friends ask why they KKK would target Memphis so regularly for its public rallies, and I ask them if they've read the Commercial Appeal lately--between Ann Coulter and the commenters, at least the newspaper-subscribing contingent of Memphis residents are pretty Klan-Friendly, and vocal about it.
Given that her nutbag constituency would erect a monument to her as "The woman who saved America" if she were to put a bullet in the President, Rep. Blackburn shouldn't be allowed within 500 yards of Obama with a firearm, no matter how high her Duck Hunt™ score is.
Well, paying for Ann Coulter's coke habit can't be cheap, and the company that runs the security paywall that keeps people from reading the CA website are clearly worth a premium. It's no wonder they're struggling.
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