One of the many interesting aspects to having young children is watching them evolve their speech from grunts to baby talk to something approximating English before finally talking like little grown-ups. More than once, Laura’s noted wistfully the first time Scotty says a word correctly,
Someone has finally found the secret to making the “Garfield” comic strip funny again for the first time in 30 years: take out the cat. Seriously, this stuff is hilarious!
As a fan of both the Beatles and Bond, I think this has to be about the funniest clip I’ve seen:
Just finished William Kalush and Larry Sloman’s recent Houdini biography. It’s a pretty fascinating read, but then it’d take some effort to tell Houdini’s life story and NOT make it interesting. As suggested in the subtitle, Houdini was “America’s First Superhero,” and maybe the closest
In the spring of 1973, ABC television aired a made-for-TV adaptation of Martin Caidin’s novel, “Cyborg,” introducing Steve Austin to millions of viewers and launching a 70s pop culture phenomenon. The film opens with ex-astronaut Austin suiting up to pilot an experimental aircraft at a