Billy Jealousy

12 Dec 18
Deadline

Steven Spielberg’s Jurassic Park, Stanley Kubrick’s The Shining, Ang Lee’s Brokeback Mountain and Disney’s 1950 animated Cinderella are among the 25 motion pictures that have been inducted into the Library of Congress’ National Film Registry. Wednesday’s additions to the registry, now in its 30th year, boosts the archive’s overall total to 750 movies selected for heir cultural, […]

12 Dec 18
Snoop's Theatre Thoughts

Tribes by Nina Raine Directed by Annamaria Pileggi St. Louis Actors’ Studio December 2, 2018 St. Louis Actors’ Studio’s 12th season has been titled “Blood is Thicker Than Water”. I’m assuming that by that title, the plays will be examining the concept of family in one way or another. Their latest production, British playwright Nina […]

11 Dec 18
Funk's House of Geekery

Needless to say, this show made a big splash when it first landed. First the Prime Minister has sex with a pig, then a reality show destroys a person’s soul. Now it’s time for recorded memories to tear us apart. Title: ‘The Entire History of You’ Director: Brian Welsh Writer: Jesse Armstrong Cast: Tony Kebbell, Jodie Whittaker, Tom Cullen, […]

11 Dec 18
Kind of an Itchy Age

Well, it was a good run. No…a great great great run, actually. You don’t even need one hand to count the number of rock and roll musicians who put out seven great albums in a row. OK…OK…not everybody likes The Bells or Growing Up in Public. But each album brought something new and challenging and rewarding. […]

09 Dec 18
Ed B on Sports

Kirk Douglas From Wikipedia, the free encyclopedia Kirk Douglas  “I’m Spartacus Dammit!”   “THE VIKING Kirk Douglas, c. 1955 Born Issur Danielovitch (1916-12-09) December 9, 1916 (age 102) Amsterdam, New York, U.S. Residence Los Angeles, California, U.S. Other names Izzy Demsky Occupation Actor, filmmaker, author Years active 1946–present Political party Democratic Spouse(s) Diana Douglas (m. 1943; div. 1951) Anne Buydens […]

08 Dec 18
PUNK NOIR MAGAZINE

Pic (c) Julian Ibbitson. Brighton Rock (Boulting Brothers, 1947) Hard to imagine now, perhaps, but Richard Attenborough was perfectly capable of personifying evil and the first time he achieved it was in his seemingly effortless depiction of juvenile delinquent Pinkie in the first adaptation of Graham Greene’s peerless seaside noir. Ably abetted by a young […]

08 Dec 18
Arkansas Commonwealth

This one is special one . I don’t mean that in a ableist or offensive way . It’s clear this person doesn’t live any where near reality. From his failures starting in Louisiana and after being run out by the people ( , my people ) and continuing his bullshit in Arkansas . Roper seems […]

08 Dec 18
The Bearded One

As always there is a lot going on in the Muslim world, assuming you agree there is such a thing as “the Muslim world” (not sure what colour pill you need to take to get there). Consequently many articles have been written, and continue to be written, by many a journalist on a variety of […]

07 Dec 18
The Flan in the High Castle

What is the greatest film ever made? Most of the class stare silently into the middle distance. Some students text; others scrawl malformed nothings on their desks. Still, a few hands are raised. Citizen Kane (1941), recites an obedient scholar of online Greatest Films lists. Solaris (1972), ventures an elevated connoisseur of the cinematic arts. Pulp […]

07 Dec 18

who call themselves by His name It is the first day of the month of December 2018, my thoughts turning to the hope of the season, but I am in despair. Even the rain outside is siding with me. The signs of hope have left me, and the lights and decorations that are lifted around […]

06 Dec 18
The Beardy Book Blogger

Welcome one and welcome all to the Beardy Book Blogger Cover Reveal for Rachel Amphlett’s 7th Kay Hunter novel “Title To Be Revealed Later“. I know what you’re thinking here: That’s a darned strange title for a book, isn’t it? *scratches chin and ponders* Well, you silliest of silly billies, of course that isn’t the title […]

06 Dec 18
flawedmarriageblog

UE – R = D My Pastor Bill (aka P-Billy) enlightened me one day with this formula:   Unmet Expectations – Reality = Disillusionment.  UE – R = D.   The formula applies to everyone.  Your expectations of your spouse (or anyone or anything for that matter) on any given day minus the reality of […]