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  • The Two Towers – Freeing the GOP: Fun video

    I like my political commentary funny. If you can embed it in The Lord of The Rings, so much the better. Click and enjoy!

    The Two Towers – Freeing the GOP

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    KQED Inteview With Lyme Book Author and Movie Creator

    Click this link for a beautiful interview with the people who created the groundbreaking book, Cure Unknown, and the film, Under Our Skin from KQED, San Francisco:

    Lyme Disease
    The tick-borne illness Lyme disease is on the rise — but many patients and their advocates say the disease is often underestimated, misdiagnosed and improperly treated. We discuss the effects of Lyme disease and the controversy surrounding its diagnosis and treatment.

    Host: Dave Iverson

    Guests:

    • Dr. Eugene Shapiro, professor in the department of pediatrics at the Yale University School of Medicine
    • Kris Newby, senior producer of the documentary “Under Our Skin: An Infectious Film about Microbes, Money and Medicine”
    • Pamela Weintraub, author of the book “Cure Unknown: Inside the Lyme Epidemic”

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    Made me feel happy.

    “5 Years Time” by Noah and the Whale.


    The Life of Reilly

    Despite the bleak picture of my life I write here, I do get out once in a while. Last Saturday, for instance, Jay and I went to see “The Life of Reilly,” the incredible documentary of Charles Nelson Reilly’s one-man show.

    It is brilliant. Worth every award it wins. Well written, amazingly filmed, beautifully performed by a brilliant actor.

    Check out the very fun website for clips and show times. Support independent film!

    PS: Charles died on May 25, 2007 at age 76. He was survived by partner of 27 years, Patrick Hughes. Read his NY Times obituary here.

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