Monthly Archives: September 2005

The Curse of Goldblum

From the AP: Windsor, Ontario – Hair stylist Waddah Mustapha was awarded $270,000 by a court in April after he testified that he became racked with depression upon seeing a fly inside a commercial bottle of water at his salon. … Continue reading

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My Beloved Eagle Eye

So what’s the deal, am I the only Eagle Eye Cherry fan left? 7 years ago, during that sweet summer of ’98, America fell in love the the smooth vibes of Eagle Eye Cherry’s debut smash, “Save Tonight”. I became … Continue reading

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Groucho!

Recently I finished reading Groucho, a biography of Groucho Marx by Stefan Kanfer, and a pretty remarkable look at this funny man’s rather tragic life. A few noteworthy tidbits from the book: -Together with his brothers Harpo and Chico, the … Continue reading

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Behold!

Huzzah! After more than a year of eye-punishing orange, yellow, and blue color schemes, the John Larroquette Project has a brand-new design! All glory and laud goes to designer Matt Terry, who with his brilliant depiction of Ben Franklin as … Continue reading

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Eveningbather

I’ve been taking my showers in the evenings lately. It’s kinda nice actually. I’m not in such a rush, and it feels like I’m washing all the day’s inequities and mistakes and dead skin away. In the past, I would … Continue reading

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Pacino Tacos

I love Al Pacino. When everything is clicking with him, there are few pleasures than I enjoy more than watching him do his thing. Think about his credits: “The Godfather”, “Dog Day Afternoon”, “Donnie Brasco”, “Insomnia”, “Carlito’s Way”, “The Insider”, … Continue reading

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