Insufferable -- Vanity Fair 1/18/12

602 Home: Nerdette Recaps Game Of Thrones With Peter Sagal

602 Home: Nerdette Recaps Game Of Thrones With Peter Sagal
wbez.org — Gasp! Well, the thing happened: What does it mean for Westeros? What of the Night's Watch oath? And Wun Wun! Hodor speaking the other words! Impossibly rickety bridges!

601 The Red Woman: Nerdette Recaps Game Of Thrones With Peter Sagal

600 Prologue: Nerdette Recaps Game Of Thrones With Peter Sagal

The Harvard Crimson

The Harvard Crimson
thecrimson.com — Blessings in Disguise By Alec Guinness Alfred A. Knopf 225 pages A LEC GUINNESS MADE a career of bringing dignity to mediocrity. Although a contemporary and a rightful companion of the great British actors of this century, no one ever seems to mention Sir Alec in their company.

The Harvard Crimson

The Harvard Crimson
thecrimson.com — Batman: The Dark Knight by Frank Miller with Klaus Janson and Lynn Varley Published monthly by DC Comics; $2.95 T HE CITY sits terrified, smothered under the heat like a hostage; a city of victims. It's a filthy zoo where the animals have two legs and the media is the kids outside, squealing and giggling at the vicious capering of the beasts: "Woman explodes in subway station, film at eleven."

Denial

Denial
dramaticpublishing.com — Lawyer Abigail Gersten is brilliant, Jewish, and a First Amendment absolutist. Professor Bernard Cooper is courtly, polite and dedicated to convincing the world that the Holocaust was a Jewish hoax. When the government prosecutes him, he turns to Abby for help. Offended by censorship in any form, she takes the case, but gets quickly drawn into a moral quagmire.

Peter Sagal | Runner's World

Peter Sagal | Runner's World
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The Harvard Crimson

The Harvard Crimson
thecrimson.com — MANY, MANY YEARS ago, while Sally Field still flew over the bell towers of San Juan, Burt Reynolds appeared in a film called Deliverance and proved that he could act, as well as do a credible southern accent.

Wait Wait ... Don't Tell Me!

Wait Wait ... Don't Tell Me!
npr.org — Ed. Note: In lieu of our typical Sandwich Monday, Peter posts his New Orleans Food Diary. Why could we not do Sandwich Monday AND a Food Diary? Because Peter is still too full to eat.] My family and I just returned from four days in New Orleans, and like most tourists to that fair Southern city, we ate like gypsy moths in a hardwood forest.

Sandwich Monday: The Passover Sandwich

Sandwich Monday: The Passover Sandwich
npr.org — Why is this Sandwich Monday different from all other Sandwich Mondays? In honor of Passover, I introduced my non-Jewish colleagues to the wonders of the Passover lunch.
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May 05, 2016

@petridishes Why, that would be a great -- nope, sorry, too late. On fire now.

May 05, 2016

Ms Petri is climbing high in my internal ranking of political satirists. This is good. wpo.st/P3RY1


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