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  • “Bob” is the Fool of the Universe and THUS, the only place of ALL KNOWLEDGE; “Bob” is the meaning of the Word Without Meaning; therefore “Bob” is the One True Word.

    The Book of the SubGenius

  • A Grin Without a Cat is one of the most remarkable non-fiction films ever made.

    Current Movie Reviews, Independent Movies - Film Threat

  • One of the greatest non-fiction films ever made is “A Grin Without a Cat” from the legendary French director Chris Marker.

    Current Movie Reviews, Independent Movies - Film Threat

  • And just because it might be safe on the Pacific side (no guarantees) I seriously doubt that it is safe sailing on the Atlantic side, especially after the stunt Chavez pulled in Without Warning.

    Cheeseburger Gothic » Gentlemen’s Club.

  • Chapter Eight of That Which One Cannot Do Without is looking like it is coming up on 4500 to possibly 5000 words.

    Fic Question

  • I was impressed with the inventive concept they came up with to frame the film, allowing it to “reboot” the franchise in the truest sense of the word Without giving too much away, I can say that it involves time travel.

    This Is Not Your Father’s Star Trek - Reflections On The Series And On JJ Abrams’ New Film | /Film

  • There are multiple Ben Silvermans in entertainment of course, but I assume they mean the co-chairman of NBC Entertainment, who, incidentally, is “currently developing a soap opera with the working title Without Breasts There Is No Paradise.”

    THE VARIETY SLANGUAGE MEETING

  • "Marker's epic 1977 essay on the French new left is called Grin Without a Cat; this sequel might be the latest installation in the filmmaker's ongoing project, as halfway through, the cat disappears, leaving Marker to his grin: documenting the public life of early-21st-century Paris."

    GreenCine Daily: Shorts, 12/20.

  • The FCC fined CBS $3 million for the teen sex orgy scene in Without a Trace.

    Boing Boing

  • How many voice mails, (long, polite ones, mind you, because war supporters are a genteel, reasonable and extremely slow talking folk when it comes to leaving voice mails), do you think Win Without War would wade through in order to hear ones more supportive of their cause?

    Balloon Juice » 2003 » February

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