Saw Finding Neverland yesterday. I loved it. Other than a miscast Dustin Hoffman, some confusion on my part re reality v. fantasy in one scene, and having to put up with the grotesque populace who shake the ice in their cups, eat hot dogs next to me, and make a lot of noise with stinky popcorn, it was great. First time I went to a movie theater in a couple of years. I like having the big screen, but I would rather watch at home.
LA Times is at it again. They have a grotesque huge cartoon on page 1 of the editorials. Surprisingly they have a couple of anti abortion political cartoons on the inside, but it is only in the context of what other editorial writers are posting. They also had a puff piece of the Queen of the Dark, Babs Boxer (BabsII, as history will no doubt remember her). Hopefully, in 6 years, AAAAnold will run against her and smite the miserable creature. "The Boxer Revolution" is the catch pharse for her antics. Well, you can't have a revolution without something "revolting" so I guess the moniker sticks.
Congratulations to the brave Iraqis who went to the polls en mass, despite the best efforts to stop them on the part of Al ZerKOWEE, El Kida and Gentla, Dan Rather, Ted Kennedy and the New York Times.