Monthly Archives: January 2015

Only An Ominous Lapping, While The Wind Whines Overhead, Cats Curl

I’m sitting here with Nancy and three pets. The dog, Annie, and Panther and Ghost, both cats are nearby. They’re cute and sleeping. Cats do sleep well, they conjure it effortlessly, and as they snooze they coil in such a … Continue reading

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Of Nietzsche, Shock Therapy, and Metropolis

The considerably wonderful film, “Metropolis,” was just on Turner Classic Movies. It’s about as melodramatic as it gets, but that’s a compliment here. It doesn’t hold back. The composition is so exquisite and compelling, and the images are marvelous to … Continue reading

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