Forever a rock-star on and off the silver screen, Johnny Depp has been particularly active in music lately. Over the past year, he's performed onstage with Ke$ha and members of The Strokes, Aerosmith, The Black Keys, Alice ...
Seeing as how I just spent my entire Saturday (since 6:30 a.m.) grading essays and reading part of a novel, (and occassionally taking sanity breaks via TweetDeck and StumbleUpon), I believe I am owed a day off of school next week. Of course since I still have 30 essays left to grade, three poems to analyze, and two quizzes to write, I may just have to take two to make up for tomorrow as well.
Young boys idolize him. Old men stop him on the bus to tell him they want to "come back" as him. He's actor Jonathan Goldsmith, and he is "The Most Interesting Man in the World" — or at least he plays him on TV.
A superlative example of fun weekend reporting--with not just audio but also videos.
NEW YORK—Law enforcement officials confirmed Friday that four more copy editors were killed this week amid ongoing violence between two rival gangs divided by their loyalties to the The Associated Press Stylebook and The Chicago Manual Of Style.
Enid Baines's insight:
"[G]raffiti tags [with] the word “anti-social” had been corrected to read “antisocial.”
“The deadly territory dispute between these two organizations, as well as the notorious MLA Handbook gang, has claimed more than 63 publishing professionals this year alone."
"Google wants to make playing “Six Degrees of Kevin Bacon” easier. The search engine has launched a new tool known as the Bacon number."
Since I couldn't get past two, I gave up and tried my own name. While that search not surprisingly revealed that I have no links to the Bacon-ator, it quite surprisingly revealed that I share my name with 13 people in the UK--one of whom has a Sydney in the same household.