Thursday, January 29, 2004

- Dammit, I want off this rock! A well-reasoned article for why we should go back to the Moon, and onto Mars:
- George Lucas is going to make Episode 7, 8, and 9!?! Its just rumors right now, and will probably stay that way. Here is a link at Aint-it-cool-news:
- Dennis Miller will start hosting his own CNBC talk-show on January 26th. I like Dennis, but he seems awful flaky to me. One day he sounds like George Bush's campaign director, and the next day, he proclaims his socially liberal views. Here is a link:

Wednesday, January 14, 2004

- My New Hampshire prediction: Kerry: 35% Edwards 20% Dean: 19% Lieberman: 12% Clark: 10% (and he drops out) Its never too early to look ahead. David Frum (former speech writer for GWB) summarizes who might run for president on the Republican side in 2008:
- The Oscar nods are in. Looks like the Academy gave a cold shoulder to Cold Mountain. Here is the list:

Saturday, January 10, 2004

- Editorial at about which EU characters had the biggest impact on the Star Wars universe:
- ESPN Sports writer gives his top 25 college football teams for 2004:  
- Michael Medved, the Harvard educated, right-wing, Jewish, film-critic/radio host, explains why Hollywood should leave its politics out of its movies:  
- George Will explains why life is a heck of alot better nowadays:
- Return of the King was beaten at the box office this weekend by Big Fish.  RoTK currently has 314 mil in the bank.  I estimate it will finish around 380 million.  Fellowship made 314 million.  Two Towers made 340 million.  Thats a grand total of 1.034 billion.  The Phantom Menace made 431 million.  Attack of the Clones made 310 million.  That means Episode 3 must make 293 million in order for the prequels to pass The Lord of the Rings trilogy in total North American box office dollars.  Should be damn close.  Here is a link to see the numbers that I am using: