Category Archives: ice

Of Citizen Kane, Cold Water, ECT, Birds, and Cats

I like birds. It’s hard to name a bird I would say that I do not like. Well nigh impossible. The same is true for all animals. However, cats and dogs speak to me on another level, one that is … 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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A Sunrise Over Boston Creates an Echo Chamber

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It’s marvelous when I can get up in the morning and depression doesn’t stand in the way of my appreciating a rosy-fingered dawn. This morning, I was out smoking my pipe and feeding, watering, and providing some catnip to a … Continue reading

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