Wednesday, May 04, 2016

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Please find attached document you requested. The attached file is your account balance and transactions history.

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Friday, June 12, 2015

Whiney Sports Writer on the Masters


There must have been a time that sportswriters were real men.  This to me is an example of how entitled these pipsqueak bastards have become.  He throws in some stuff about the terrible terrible history of Augusta but it's really just a rationalization for his anger for not being treated as a VIP himself. 
I finagled a credential in 2014 after months of begging, and I expected to be overcome by emotion and goose bumps when I first stepped onto the hallowed grounds.Instead, the entire experience felt like tiptoeing through a minefield, and it started long before I crossed the border into Georgia. Numerous reporters gave me warnings in the days leading up—don’t you dare take your cell phone on the course, or they’ll kick you out, since the Masters is the one tournament that doesn’t allow journalists to carry phones outside the media center. Don’t get caught running anywhere on the course, or you’re gone. Don’t write anything controversial, because they read everything, and you’ll never be invited back. Make sure you personally thank the key officials before the tournament begins, or your rudeness will be noted. Et cetera, et cetera.

http://deadspin.com/how-augusta-national-became-golfs-north-korea-1709794444

Friday, May 08, 2015

IS JOHN HAMM A STAR?


MAD MEN is my favorite show of all-time having beat out the Sopranos years ago.  Unlike other shows that I liked for a while, Dexter, The Shield, and Damages, the show has moved forward rather than re-hash old tropes.  Sometimes Weiner will even setup old tropes only to change course and surprise you.  In the age where the protagonist is an anti-hero in all of the better shows, Don Draper fits the bill without ever killing anyone.  The character is written well, but you have to credit John Hamm for bringing an intensity to the role that makes it special.  Hamm is a versitle actor than can do comedy and drama, but he's not really terribly interesting unless he is playing a derivative of Don Draper.  His cameo in Bridesmaid could have been played by a dozen actors.  His role in The Town is forgettable.  He shines in an episode of the UK show, BLACK MIRROR, because he plays a version of Draper. 

Mad Men must account among it's inspirations THE MAN IN THE GREY FLANNEL SUIT.  It's about a war veteran living a double life and trying to reconcile both while appearing to be a bland commuter.  It's a great book and a decent movie with Gregory Peck.  Peck is great in TO KILL A MOCKINGBIRD and ROMAN HOLIDAY.  I don't think Hamm would have been above average in either, but Gregory Peck was genius in both.  But what Hamm does with Draper is far more interesting than what Peck did in flannel suit.  Like all actors Hamm wants to avoid being typcast, but it will be tricky because he is superior at that one thing and average at everything else.  I don't see a future for him in leading film roles.  He probably needs a LOST type ensemble show where even as the main character he isn't the linchpin for success.