The fine folks at Metaphilm do not review films; they interpret them. Well, sort of. The "interpretation" of Artificial Intelligence (AI) becomes an overview on something called AI Sauce, while Planet of the Apes is, so we are told, a continuation of Birth of a Nation. Those are just the most recent additions but there are plenty more, including Blow, Enemy at the Gates (as in Bill) and Forrest Gump. do you like your steak?
This site allows users to vote on a novel they'd like to read and then, once you've registered, they can read the book in installments. Each day readers will send roughly 1500 - 1800 words of the novel via email. Users can also vote on which novel they'd like to read next.
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Not that we live in a commercial world or anything, but here is a site that is selling Christian domain names. There are plenty to choose from, including GodsNuggets.com, DevilBuster.com and TeachingsOfJesus.com, all of which can be had for $300.00. You can also make an offer on TheLastTrumpet.com, AbortionExposed.com and LastDaysChristians.com.
"Changing the English language one word at a time." This site claims to be the only one to be truely (sic) dedicated to the classic sniglet, a word that "isn't in the dictionary but should be." With enough publicity, we are told, they might someday become "real words." Recent additions include antalixic (one who passes over licorice jellybeans); pockalanche (the perpetual action of reaching down to pick up an item fallen from a shirt pocket, only to have another item fall out) and burgicide (when a hamburger can't take any more torture and hurls itself through the grill into the coals.)
It is a long way from Shelby, North Carolina to the Opry, but banjo picker Earl Scruggs made the journey seem easy. It was Scruggs, along with Bill Monroe, who revolutionized music when they first developed bluegrass music. Scruggs has also released a new studio album, his first in a decade, featuring a few friends Elton John, Dwight Yoakam, Travis Tritt, Sting, Melissa Etheridge, Leon Russell, Vince Gill, Rosanne Cash, John Fogerty, Don Henley and Johnny Cash. And it's not the first time Earl has welcomed a few well-known friends to share his work!