Impromptu commentary and reminiscence from a transplanted Canadian who has stumbled through numerous countries, cities and jobs. Currently residing in west Chicago.

The Meaning of the Ukrainian Crisis - Discussion with David Satter & Milt Rosenberg.

Click the photo above to link thru.

A Fun Doo Wop — Billy Joel & Jimmy Fallon

Wes Anderson Clips

Funny Louis C.K.

Screen Actors Guild - Bradley Cooper asks Sean Penn a question.


Jean-Luc Godard on marriage


Jean-Luc Godard on marriage

(via oni-queen)

Crazy climb.

Casey Neistat

Dave Grohl - Coffee


Sawyer Ave, north from Wrightwood, Logan Square, 1905, Chicago.

Alec Baldwin interviews Jerry Seinfeld

Colbert on American Greatness!

"America — come or don’t, we don’t give a shit!"

Millionaires Run Our Government

If millionaires in the United States formed their own political party, that party would make up just 3 percent of the country, but it would have a majority in the House of Representatives, a filibuster-proof super-majority in the Senate, a 5 to 4 majority on the Supreme Court and a man in the White House. If working-class Americans — people with manual-labor and service-industry jobs — were a political party, that party would have made up more than half of the country since the start of the 20th century, but its legislators (those who last worked in blue-collar jobs before getting into politics) would never have held more than 2 percent of the seats in Congress.

The above excerpt from the Washington Post and worth a read (click thru).

A fascinating PBS account of MI19 World War II operation to record German Generals.

The recent, very public ouster of North Korea’s Jang Song Thaek, the uncle of Kim Jong Un and formerly the country’s No. 2 leader, has been noted with some concern in China, which is more or less Pyongyang’s only friend in the region



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