Monthly Archives: June 2004

CL’s salute to Canada

A few days ago somebody linked to an article of Pete’s here, and opined that CL seemed to be run by a crew of Canadians.
Of course that wasn’t right, but it inspired a change in the blog decor to salute Pete’s national day.
Cheers!

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A bird’s-eye view of “F9/11” and “Passion” reviews

This is why I love the Web: articles like this one, which compares the reviews of “Fahrenheit 9/11” with “The Passion of the Christ.” Can you guess which one received the better notices?

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Unreal

Admiral Al Sharpton has a reality show coming out. Before you find out what it’s about, think of the possiblities:
“How Many Donuts?” – Contestants guess how many donuts Al can eat. They drive him from store to store as each donut shop runs out of inventory.
“Sharpton Your Rhetoric” – Al coaches up-and-coming demagogues on the fine art of whipping the masses to a froth. One by one contestants are removed if they fail to incite riots, protests and sit-ins at City Hall. Contestants get

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A summertime sprint

Woo-hoo! Tonight was the first of twelve rehearsals of the Harvard Summer Chorus, and I’m in it this year. We’re meeting five hours a week to learn the Dvorak Stabat Mater under the direction of maestra Beverly Taylor, who taught at Harvard for 17 years and is back this summer. This is gonna be intense!
Prof. Taylor’s account of her journey to being a conductor appeared in Gregory Wolfe’s journal Image in 1997.

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Slave labor doubled as Reagan pyramid nears completion

If I were pagan, I’d be totally behind this idea.

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What? Who?

On life and living in communion with the Catholic Church.

Richard Chonak
Eric Johnson
John Schultz


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