On this week’s big important show: Biden and Trump are locked in a race to the bottom, but Biden sinks faster. Cancel culture continues constraining consumable content. And that’s really it. There’s not more show than that. Slate.com’s roundup of things that are being scrubbed from public consumption for being “problematic.” The racist, unscientific, and […]
This week: Rodeo clown has poor showing in Tulsa / Wisconsin now controlled by violent, confused mobs / Miley Cyrus’s “Party in the USA” must replace problematic National Anthem Film retrospective: Boogie Nights Current film review: Lucy in the Sky Join the Campaign to change our National Anthem to Miley Cyrus’s “Party in the USA” […]
This week: ESPN revives baseball’s steroids era, minus the steroids. I share a touching childhood story based on a text to the CatSounds Voicemail Hotline. The Rise of Skywalker fails to get off the ground, in this reviewer’s mind’s eye. Read my piece, ‘Netflix, and Chilling,’ about the decision to pull a racially-insensitive episode of […]
1. My message to the class of 2020.
2. Applebee’s responds to the national crisis, but is it enough?
3. I recant about my prior disliking of Anna Kendrick’s Love Life.
1. Self-checkout artist foiled at Costa Mesa Target
2. The practical things that must change to end police abuses—the drug war, qualified immunity, and police unions.
3. There’s nothing on TV.
4. Cameo, an app with some pretty exciting possibilities, including my trial run with Sopranos star Jamie-Lynn Sigler.
5. Cat Horoscopes: Fancy, 1.5 year-old gray tabby.
This week, I’ll learn you everything you need to know about: 1) Scenes from the class struggle in my apartment; 2) Third Party Candidate update; 3) HBO MAX: a streaming service you may not even get if you pay for it; and 4) Albums you may have missed: Art Garfunkel’s Breakaway.
Episode One: You Ain’t a Cat
In this week’s episode, I discuss
1) Brian Austin Green/Megan Fox Divorce.
2) The 2020 Presidential Election
3) Quibi: the streaming service for people who hate TV
4) The odd commercial peak of bands like The Grateful Dead and Heart in the 80’s.
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