These are the books read or listened to in March. Philip Plait: “Death from the Skies! The Science Behind the End of the World” (2008) Balancing between depression, amusement and fascination, astronomer Phil Plait (of badastronomy.com) lists a number of ways in which the race of humanity could be wiped Läs mer
This was a complete shock. Leslie Nielsen, I grew up with your films. You were one of the ones to introduce me to comedy. Rest in peace, Leslie Nielsen, and thanks for everything.
Ok, the 1999 film/mini-series ”Noah’s Ark” – a film version of two famous stories from the Bible; Sodom and Gomorrah, and the building of Noah’s Ark – is great, in spite where it fails incredibly. A perfect blend of comedy and… what to call it? Action? But there are unfortunately Läs mer
George Carlin is a pretty good comedian, and even though this clip isn’t the funniest in the world, he really knows how to put the one simple fact: there is not one fact nor reason of there being a god. I don’t see why there would be a god. I’m Läs mer
In 1982, Monty Python filmed a concert performed at the Hollywood Bowl, a concert with a perfect mix of their most famous sketches as well as new material written especially for the concert.It’s a show with some of my absolute favorite sketches, including the Lumberjack Song, the Ministry of Silly Läs mer
I have heard a lot of the original ”The Twilight Zone” series, running from 1959 – 1964, and I finally downloaded it entirely (24,1 GB, gah) yesterday and watched the first episode (”Where is Everybody”), and it was great. The Twilight Zone was a series of free-standing episodes of horror, Läs mer
Futurama is highly underrated and it’s a shame they were cancelled after only four seasons. ”Hey, isn’t this food a bit salty?” ”Don’t worry, I kept it 10 % under the lethal dose.” ”Oh no, I shouldn’t have eaten that 10 % salt for brunch… ”