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  • SYNOPSIS: The A3 Skywarrior "Whale" is a three-place turbojet light bomber, reconnaissance plane, electronic warfare craft or aerial tanker, depending upon its outfitting.

    Grayson, William R.

  • That's assuming I don't finish any of the ones it might be reasonable for me to finish this year, and "Blood Man Calls the Whale" is sort of humming along nicely at the moment and promises, absolutely promises not to metastasize into novelette, unlike some other pieces I could mention.

    Barnstorming on an Invisible Segway

  • JEFF DANIELS The actor, known for films such as "Dumb & Dumber" and "The Squid and the Whale," is also a blues guitarist who has released several albums.

    Going Out Guide for Northern Virginia, Oct. 14-20

  • The real question here, Whale, is will you be fine?

    2008 December « A Bird’s Nest

  • White Whale is the new project from Matt Suggs, who has released some stuff on Merge previously.

    Remembering Her Eyes (Music (For Robots))

  • It makes me think of that scene in "Whale Talk" by Chris Crutcher when the little girl takes a Brillo pad to her arms because her racist dad prefers his white son over her.

    "But she wanted a tutu"

  • Likewise Keisha Castle-Hughes in Whale Rider, who did an excellent job.

    Dear Everyone On The Internet (Including Me)

  • Yet it is also necessary to understand these scenes in Whale’s film as fantasies: fantasies of seeing the mechanisms of seeingof mechanically reproducible seeingitself.

    _Frankenstein_'s Cinematic Dream

  • Before pursuing this line of thought further I should note that if one claims that the monster embodies "the cinematic" in Whale’s film, one is simply paying homage to the film’s own interpretive emphases.

    _Frankenstein_'s Cinematic Dream

  • I think we may take as the novelistic equivalent to the primal scene of monster-making in Whale’s film:

    _Frankenstein_'s Cinematic Dream

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