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Emmylou looks particularly beautiful here - she doesnt always - but she reminds me of the woman in American Gothic because of her lack of emotion. I think of her as The Great Stone Face.
Toggle Commented Mar 12, 2012 on Making Believe at Mick Hartley
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What they accomplished is fantastic but that pic of the mom looking for her son is deceptive. It might just be that a pile of junk was washed onto the road and once it was removed things were back to normal there.
Toggle Commented Mar 12, 2012 on One Year On at Mick Hartley
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You didnt mention some pretty bad stuff about him that's in the Wikipedia profile. You would never think it from the performances but in his personal life he sounds little different from the gangsta rappers.
Toggle Commented Jan 31, 2012 on She's Alright at Mick Hartley
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Hey Anj, I havent read your article yet but a big money-making recruiter sent me this message: "you should get this guy who wrote this post on your animal show. what an idiot." So I thought I wd ask: Interested? Here's the intro to the show http://OccupyRecruiting.com
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Here's a good article on George Harrison https://www.weeklystandard.com/keyword/George-Harrison
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http://veehd.com/video/2760089_Le-Cercle-Rouge
Toggle Commented Nov 22, 2011 on Le Cercle Rouge at Lost In Translation
http://stagevu.com/video/znsutcdnazjn
Toggle Commented Nov 22, 2011 on The Ballad of Cable Hogue at Lost In Translation
http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=ltg9ZniAc44&feature=related
Toggle Commented Nov 22, 2011 on The Ballad of Cable Hogue at Lost In Translation
I havent seen King of MG in years - a long time - but I thought it was pretty good when I did. I think it was at the Cinemalumiere in Toronto which doesnt exist anymore.
Toggle Commented Nov 22, 2011 on The King Of Marvin Gardens at Lost In Translation
Funny, just yesterday I was surprised to see Bruce Dern in this old episode of Rawhide - http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=IL-t3a0z41c
Toggle Commented Nov 22, 2011 on The King Of Marvin Gardens at Lost In Translation
That explains this http://natpo.st/s2jSBx
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Enjoyed this. Would not have found it myself. Thanks for posting.
Toggle Commented Jun 28, 2011 on A Glass and a Cigarette at Mick Hartley
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After reading this I read a profile of her from the NYT 2002. http://nyti.ms/mJH7Zf She seems to have been emotionally restless or troubled her entire life. In school she was eccentric and, later, when the war started she had a nervous breakdown and was hospitalized in Spain. The NYT author visited her in her home and she had some odd (though not uncommon) beliefs about plants. When he wanted to touch a tree with leaves she told him not to because the trees don't like it. He said that she has demons which she manages with the use of ritual of doing the laundry and climbing the stairs to hang the laundry out to dry. In Mexico City she married a close associate of photographer Robert Capa.
Toggle Commented May 30, 2011 on From Lancashire to Mexico City at Mick Hartley
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Funny, I watched these two videos myself last week. I didn't find the one posted above that interesting but I thought the Barbara Stanwyck performance was very good and was suprised to see that the singing was also by Tilton. (I have to admit that Drum Boogie was in a big studio film and was very well produced).
Toggle Commented May 30, 2011 on A Little Jive... at Mick Hartley
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Canadian politicians are a whole different kettle of fish
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No protests re Kashmir killings are scheduled in Toronto. Wonder why? We had a similar things happen here a few years ago. A few dopes in a small town arranged an event at which people would wipe their feet on the Quebec flag. Got national attention.
Toggle Commented Sep 16, 2010 on Highly charged mobs at Mick Hartley
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This rabbi says that "Words written from the heart, enter the heart" is not from the Talmud. I'm assuming the same is true of the "Words spoken" version too. http://ohr.edu/ask_db/ask_main.php/260/Q1/ Doesn't mean it's not nice and I commend him for being honest.
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I see not everyone liked it. I thought it a very good review. I've seen Hitchens on TV arguing on endlessly when he didn't seem to be able to win the argument on the basis of his facts. I thought the funniest part, slipped in smoothly was: "In sum, he is now an American Jewish intellectual." He sure doesn't seem it -- though he brought it up himself when I saw him speak here in Toronto.
Toggle Commented May 25, 2010 on The Extreme Right at Mick Hartley
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Funny, I read half of the long article (and found it very interesting) but didn't see the word plagiarism mentioned anywhere.
Toggle Commented May 25, 2010 on Dylanology Update at Mick Hartley
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Not a bad article but too abstract. For instance: "Share something you know will be of value to them." What are you suggesting here? I can't figure it out. You're connecting with the person so you can use him. That's obvious. How likely is it that you have anything to offer that is of value? If you bring something that isn't of any value it will only make you seem pathetic. Better to be humble and accept the role of a true supplicant.
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