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The Great Media: TimTams

Tim Tams. Yum.

The Great Media: Curse of the Cat People

This is the first edition of The Great Media of the 2008-2009 offseason, and I know this is a very peculiar choice, but stick with me on it for a little while.  Curse of the Cat People was...

The Great Media: Matthew Sweet "Girlfriend"

I am a big fan of good, honest pop music.  Not the focus-group-tested, pretty-face pop music that has been a ubiquitous part of the music industry from time immemorial, but the honest work of...

The Great Media: Maus, A Survivor's Tale

The world is inundated with stories of the Holocaust, World War II, Hitler, and all things Nazi Germany.  None of them are quite like Maus. In the literary world, Holocaust memoirs have a very...

The Great Media: Akira

I have a special interest in animation, but I am not an anime nerd.  I do not like a show just because it has girls with impossibly large eyes, impossibly blue hair, and impossibly large breasts....

The Great Media: "The Story of Ferdinand" or "Ferdinand the Bull"

The Story of Ferdinand  by Munro Leaf was my favorite book as a child.  It is a fairly long book, and rather complex in that it uses a lot of words that are unfamiliar to English-language...

The Great Media: Violent Femmes Self-Title Debut Album

Originally released in 1982, Violent Femmes' self-title debut album is rediscovered year after year by a new crop of adolescents drawn to its bleak portrayal of youth seeking acceptance, meaning,...

The Great Media: VH1's "The List"

I don't have a picture for this one, but about 10 years ago VH1 produced a talk show, hosted variously by Joe Rogan, Henry Rollins, and other chatty celebrity types, moderating a panel of 4...

The Great Media: All Quiet On the Western Front

via www.filmreference.com We continue exploring our dark themes in our Great Media series.  This entry refers to the 1929 novel by Erich Maria Remarque and the 1930 film of the same name.  Both...

The Great Media: George Carlin

via d.yimg.com I learned seconds ago that George Carlin has passed away at 71.  It is an unbelievable, shocking loss.  George Carlin was simply the funniest and most talented comedian of his...

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