Monthly Archives: November 2013

Lars Von Trier’s NYMPHOMANIAC Nymphomania – Excessive sexual desire in and behavior by a female. Lars Von Trier’s new film NYMPHOMANIAC begins with a scene in which the female lead Joe (Charlotte Gainsbourg), a self-diagnosed nymphomaniac, is found beaten in an alley. The older man takes her home and Joe recounts the story of a life driven by […]

On Writing – Patrick Dennis

“I always start writing with a clean piece of paper and a dirty mind.” – Patrick Dennis, author of AUNTIE MAME.

Sort Of Justice For the Scottsboro Boys

On March 25, 1931 a fight broke out a freight train traveling the Southern Railway line between Chattanooga and Memphis. Nine black hoboes battled a few whites and two women. According to Wikipedia the whites were kicked off the freight car and a posse stopped the train at Paint Rock, Alabama and arrested seven teenage […]

A Dead Man’s Triptych

Last week Christie of New York auction off a Francis Bacon triptych for a record $142 million to an unknown bidder. The rich and even more rich were ecstatic with the result, since the high-altitude sale reinforces all recent purchases of trophy art by dead painters. The Guardian wrote, “There can be no doubt the […]


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