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  • Phil Everly of the Everly Brothers dies at 74.

    01/03/2014 6:46:57 PM PST · by Revolting cat! · 97 replies
    Los Angeles Times ^ | January 3, 2013 | Randy Lewis
    Phil Everly, who with his brother, Don, made up the most revered vocal duo of the rock-music era, their exquisite harmonies profoundly influencing the Beatles, the Beach Boys, the Byrds and countless younger-generation rock, folk and country singers, died Friday in Burbank of complications from chronic obstructive pulmonary disease, his wife, Patti Everly, told The Times. He was 74.
  • Identity Theft Stolen!

    02/05/2013 12:13:46 PM PST · by Revolting cat! · 38 replies
    self | 02/05/2013 | Revolting cat!
    Oh my, it happened again. Last time, it must have been almost 10 years ago, I had a keystroke capturing malware on the 'puter and some bastard from L.A. ordered a couple of hundred dollars of computer memory from a computer company, which then put me on its mailing list where I remain to this day receiving daily spam while never having bought anything from them. But that was all. The bank replaced the credit card, it didn't cost me a cent, and the culprit probably got away with it. The cops told me they get a couple of hundred...
  • Pedaling Peddlers

    01/12/2013 4:59:43 PM PST · by Revolting cat! · 30 replies
    self | January 12, 2013 | Revolting cat!
    If you happen to care about grammar and spelling, then in these post-literate times you can expect to be considered a pedant by the semi-literate, and a "grammar nazi" by the illiterate. My blood pressure rises when I see misuses of the apostrophe, pluralization with an apostrophe, "impact" as a verb, "pro-active" in all its uses, "there is a lot" and "there is many", "He would have if he would have", among other errors familiar to the readers among whom I don't expect to see makers of such errors. Still, I realize that the battle has been lost now. Here...
  • Streets of Love, Streets of Hate!

    10/01/2012 5:20:22 PM PDT · by Revolting cat! · 17 replies
    Revolting cat! | 10/01/2012 | Revolting cat!
    I take a lot of photographs. So many, that my Sony DSLR broke, probably from abuse of my use, the LCD screen in the OVF mode wonít display, though everything else works OK, and two distant repair outfits sent me estimates of $200 and $235 plus shipping, while Sony says send it in, weíll tell ya. (Ever hear any more of local repair shops for anything?) Repair or replace? Anyway, walking downtown this afternoon I saw a familiar figure a tenor saxophone player, a very good one, who plays at some or other spot downtown all the time, really, I...
  • Warning: Something's Not Right Here!

    09/12/2012 7:11:36 PM PDT · by Revolting cat! · 54 replies
    Google | 9/12/2012
    Warning: Something's Not Right Here! contains content from, a site known to distribute malware. Your computer might catch a virus if you visit this site. Google has found malicious software may be installed onto your computer if you proceed. If you've visited this site in the past or you trust this site, it's possible that it has just recently been compromised by a hacker. You should not proceed, and perhaps try again tomorrow or go somewhere else. We have already notified that we found malware on the site. For more about the problems found on, visit...
  • Anarchists Untie!

    09/11/2012 8:15:01 PM PDT · by Revolting cat! · 10 replies
    Revolting cat! | 09/11/2012 | Revolting cat!
    It was the yearly street fair. The big one. Sunny Sunday afternoon, booths selling tchotchkies, Mexican and oriental food (try calling it politically correctly ĎAsian-Americaní when the sellers themselves called it ĎOrientalí), insurance companies, banks, chiropractors offering free spinal exams, political candidates and political causes, save the planet, save the greyhounds, church booths - I didnít see the community church which bear hugged me last year and which I promised myself to visit and never did, but they were there according to the map, absent were the Scientologists this year and the usual masked protesters against them, masked because they...
  • Help Me Write a Book, Will ya!

    06/05/2012 8:46:29 PM PDT · by Revolting cat! · 22 replies
    Revolting cat! | 06/05/2012 | Revolting cat!
    Will ya? For the past six months or so I have been meeting each week with a young Chinese economics scholar from mainland China, discussing life in the United States, and helping him with his English which is excellent as far as vocabulary and grammar, but rather dismal in the pronunciation department. This is my volunteer work contribution to the betterment of mankind, as I tend to avoid those typical volunteering activities such as "teaching children of prisoners to read", preferring instead, as has been my habit in other areas, to try to subvert the dominant paradigm. (Today, seeing a...
  • Caption Two Queens and a Cliff Between Them!

    06/05/2012 11:29:07 AM PDT · by Revolting cat! · 20 replies
    PIttsburgh Post-Gazette ^ | 06/05/2012 | Dave Thompson
  • Proof at last as chicken comes before egg

    04/21/2012 6:56:19 PM PDT · by Revolting cat! · 12 replies
    Herald Sun ^ | Staff writer
    A HEN produced a live chick in a freak birth at a poultry farm in central Sri Lanka, a veterinary surgeon says. The vet in charge of the town of Welimada, PR Yapa, said the egg appeared to have incubated inside the hen for 21 days and the hen died when it gave birth to the chick. "I had only heard about such aberrations, but I was able to see it for myself today," Dr Yapa told AFP. He said the free-range farm owners alerted the local veterinary authorities after the highly unusual phenomenon and he performed a post-mortem examination...
  • You Are Unique!

    03/31/2012 7:43:15 PM PDT · by Revolting cat! · 26 replies
    Revolting cat! | 03/31/2012 | Revolting cat!
    By now you probably know that when you enter a term into a Google box and press the Return key (sometimes incorrectly called the Enter key), Google will show you back results that will be different if President Usurper entered the same term, or even if another member of the forum with whom you agree on everything except of course the Zimmerman-Martin case entered it. It is called personalization of results, and we are supposed to think it is good. Somebody out there, even if it is merely a heartless programming algorithm, recognizes your uniqueness in this cruel, impersonal universe...
  • The Question of Longing

    10/31/2011 7:39:01 PM PDT · by Revolting cat! · 31 replies
    self | 10/31/2011 | Revolting cat!
    I am putting together a photo album. One consisting of my own photographs taken by the DSLR camera I own. I've already created one album, paying ~ $42 for a book of 26 pages (13 sheets) of my color photographs. Expensive, but worth it. (The service, which I selected after thorough online investigation, was Adoramapix. I am not associated with them, and seeing the results I do recommend them, but if you know of a service that is less costly and as good, please do let us know.) The theme and title of my second photo album is to be...
  • How to Immunize Oneself

    10/03/2011 4:20:35 PM PDT · by Revolting cat! · 37 replies
    self | 10/03/2011 | Revolting cat!
    Ultimately, it is all my fault, my failure, my fall. I failed to persuade, failed to seduce, failed to sell. (I hate the concept of 'selling oneself', so prevalent in our culture, but it is what it is.) And it's my core that is responsible. My unchangeable core. It was my core that was rejected, despised, spat upon, accused, laid off from my job, told "I cannot love you". No Prozac, no therapy can change my core, they can only dull my senses, hypnotize me into accepting despair. I know what I'm talking about, the world has sent me a...
  • Are You Teaching People to Treat You Badly?

    09/22/2011 2:02:51 PM PDT · by Revolting cat! · 24 replies
    Psychology Today ^ | Clifford N. Lazarus
    Sally's husband was often abusive. One morning, over breakfast, Hank began yelling at her because she was on the phone instead of keeping him company. Later, after Hank went to work, Sally picked up his shirts from the laundry, ran some other errands for him, and decided to cook his favorite dish for dinner. Do you think Sally did the right thing? Sally, alas, believed that if she could only create an ideal loving home atmosphere, her husband's abusiveness would stop. Unfortunately, she was in fact rewarding her husband's negative behavior. In response to his outbursts, Hank found his chores...
  • Today's Music Sucks? Bear With Me, Dawg!

    07/31/2011 8:10:55 PM PDT · by Revolting cat! · 120 replies · 1+ views
    self | 7/31/2011 | Revolting cat!
    Every couple of years I would scour the Al Gore's most famous invention after climate for interesting music, sites like, and others that don't exist anymore and where unsigned bands, or signed and little known artists uploaded their music, oftentimes quite good, occasionally brilliant. I'd listen to hundreds, thousands of cuts to find a few diamonds in the rough. †I had a method, which probably missed a few rarities, but which served me well. I'd listen to a few seconds to decide, 5, 15, 30. †Certain guitar chords alerted me to the worth of the rest of a...
  • CAPTION Prince & Princess

    07/02/2011 3:15:55 PM PDT · by Revolting cat! · 49 replies
    Reuters ^ | July 2, 2011 | Reuters
  • Ready, Fire, Aim: The revolution will be photographed

    06/23/2011 4:33:08 PM PDT · by Revolting cat! · 10 replies
    The Washington Post ^ | 06/23/2011 | Dominic Basulto
    The latest Internet sensation is Lytro, the high-tech camera start-up with $50 million in venture capital financing that promises to launch a "picture revolution" by upending everything that we know about taking pictures. In other words, with this camera, you shoot first, focus later. And when you take the time to focus, your photo turns into an amazing work of 3D art with crisp, high-definition details. Lytro calls them living pictures, and claims that this movement from 2D to 3D photos is just as revolutionary as the movement from film to digital. Continued...
  • The Secret Handshake

    06/04/2011 4:05:10 PM PDT · by Revolting cat! · 24 replies
    self | 06/04/2011 | Revolting cat!
    Truth be told, a secret handshake was the only thing missing. There were odd one arm hugs, euphemism filled talk that would put the corporate Bullshit Bingo game to shame, rules, and rituals, all of which reminded me of the Catholic masses I attended as a boy, and the altar boysí my age choreographed moves carrying an enormous Holy Book from one side of the altar to the other, and then, inexplicably, back again. Watching the proceedings I thought of Ralph Kramden and Ed Norton of the Honeymooners and their Loyal Order of Raccoons lodge. But there was nothing funny...
  • Caption Bibi w/ some Kenyan

  • Brave New Software World

    04/16/2011 6:58:13 PM PDT · by Revolting cat! · 16 replies
    self | 4/16/2011 | Revolting cat!
    Isn't it great? You no longer have to buy your software. Why, it's on the "cloud". Maybe even Cloud 9. Like beer, which you never buy, you rent it. It won't take up valuable space on you 1,024 gigabyte hard disk, no updates to worry about, no fees for updating the damn thing. But wait, something ain't right! Let's say you are using Google Docs (and let's not get into the discussion of Google being Communists, as they all supposedly are according to some here. If they support the RATS it's only because we've allowed the RATS to control the...

    04/13/2011 2:29:20 PM PDT · by Revolting cat! · 64 replies · 1+ views
    self | 04/13/2011 | Revolting cat!
    Now that we have resolved the einsteinian equation 48ų2(9+3) = ? (my brother and I maintain it equals 288!), give me a hand attempting to solve another mystery. My beloved car was stolen. (Hold on the string section. As a matter of fact, you may dismiss the violinists.) In broad daylight. My ex borrowed it, drove to and parked in one of the crime capital cities of the greatest country in mankind's history, forgot, as exes tend to do, to lock it, left for 20 minutes to pick up a prescription, came back, said automobile vehicle was gone. Seven year...
  • The Luck of the Draw

    11/28/2010 6:51:26 PM PST · by Revolting cat! · 29 replies
    Revolting cat! | November 28, 2010 | Revolting cat!
    I won playing the lottery. Not for the first time. And not the last, Iím sure. In the past, I hit 3 numbers out of six twice, 4 out of six once, and now... Hold on, Iíll tell you in a minute. I have a method. No, itís not playing the same numbers every time, and itís not playing kids' and wives' birthdays, or famous lucky historical dates dates like John F. Kennedy's Assassination date. Itís not computer generated Easy Pick. We, myself and my children, analyze the past results, at least two years back and calculate which numbers come...
  • About Sue's Side

    09/16/2009 1:19:46 PM PDT · by Revolting cat! · 58 replies · 966+ views
    September 16, 2009 | Revolting cat!
    I am serious. Straight to the chase, hoping to provoke a lively discussion. Why do we consider suicide a selfish act? Let's bypass if we can all the religious aspects of it. We already know the answer of the Christian texts - it's a cardinal sin, a no-no, a bummer to Saint Peter and all the Marching Saints. Let us say you have experienced a series of catastrophic (to you) defeats, one after another, your life has become a country and western song waiting to be written. Let us say that these deafeats are all affairs of the heart -...
  • Your favorite authors' autographs for sale

    09/16/2008 6:10:43 PM PDT · by Revolting cat! · 12 replies · 217+ views
    San Fran Comical ^ | 09/16/2008 | Leah Garchik
    -- Ayelet Waldman e-mailed a few writer friends asking them to donate signed books she could auction as an "instant library" at a Barack Obama fundraiser hosted by Alice Waters in Berkeley on Sept. 26. She's received hundreds, from the likes of Stephen King, Ann Packer, Khaled Husseini, Jodi Picoult, Jonathan Lethem, Anne Tyler, Steve Martin, Jamie Lee Curtis and others.
  • Clinton burglar specializing in women's underwear

    10/02/2006 1:27:08 PM PDT · by Revolting cat! · 17 replies · 506+ views
    the Herald & Review ^ | Thursday, September 28, 200 | EDITH BRADY-LUNNY
    CLINTON - Clinton police are looking for a male suspect who they believe is responsible for at least five thefts of women's underwear over the past two months. In several cases, the thefts took place while women were home, said Clinton Police Chief Mike Reidy. On one occasion, a male resident confronted the thief after he was caught in a home. "There was a tussle, and we tracked him for a while but lost him," Reidy said of the underwear thief. No weapon was displayed during the incident. Police are urging residents to take the string of thefts seriously. "It...
  • Culture and Technology: The myth of tech gadgets and social alienation

    11/16/2005 9:06:22 AM PST · by Revolting cat! · 20 replies · 628+ views
    San Francisco Chronicle ^ | Wednesday, November 16, 2005 | Jordan Kraemer
    As mobile communications and media devices proliferate, the nagging worry frequently goes unchallenged: Gadgets like iPods, cell phones and laptops produce an increasingly disconnected public sphere. This is a familiar critique -- last year, a fellow student expressed in the campus newspaper a similar dissatisfaction with the popularity of MP3 players. He argued that, lost in our private worlds of music, we fail to reach out and connect with one another. Certainly, I wonder about the social impact of new technology -- particularly, the contra...
  • Caption Ringo Starr

    11/11/2004 8:18:39 AM PST · by Revolting cat! · 32 replies · 1,827+ views
    San Francisco Chronicle ^ | 11/11/2004 | Marty Lederhandles File
  • Caption: Helen Has Two Daddies!

    11/10/2004 6:23:15 PM PST · by Revolting cat! · 166 replies · 4,104+ views
    The San Francisco Chronicle ^ | 11/10/2004 | Eric Luse
    Baby Helen makes a grab for the camera in front of dads Todd Hosfelt (left) and Louis Schump. When the couple decided to enter fatherhood, they knew they had to find a roomier home with a spacious garden that was close to transit and fit their budget. Chronicle photo by Eric Luse
  • Caption Future POTUS Wannabe!

    08/12/2004 2:04:43 PM PDT · by Revolting cat! · 4 replies · 1,221+ views
    San Francisco Chronicle ^ | Thursday, August 5, 2004 | Dewey Nicks, Harper's Bazaar
  • Caption Dr Zimmy

    06/24/2004 8:54:03 AM PDT · by Revolting cat! · 22 replies · 215+ views
    The Daily Telegraph ^ | June 24, 2004 | David Cheskin /Reuters/Pool
    Rock legend Bob Dylan on the stage of the University of St Andrews in Scotland and (inset) Dylan receives his honorary degree of Doctor of Music from Sir Kenneth Dover, Chancellor at the University of St Andrews
  • With one rocking tune, Bill Haley burst into fame

    04/12/2004 9:17:08 AM PDT · by Revolting cat! · 15 replies · 328+ views
    San Francisco Chronicle ^ | April 12, 2004 | Joel Selvin
    It was the rim shot heard 'round the world. "One, two, three o'clock, four o'clock rock. Five, six, seven o'clock, eight o'clock rock. Nine, ten, eleven o'clock, twelve o'clock rock. We're going to rock around the clock tonight." Fifty years ago today, on April 12, 1954, Bill Haley and the Comets stepped into New York City's Pythian Temple to record their debut single for Decca Records, "Rock Around the Clock," which became the first No. 1 rock 'n' roll record and the opening salvo in a worldwide pop revolt. continued...
  • Caption Jess Jackson!

    02/19/2004 4:32:09 PM PST · by Revolting cat! · 12 replies · 128+ views
    San Francisco Chronicle ^ | February 19, 2004 | courtesy of Kendall-Jackson
  • Caption Prince (The day of the GRAMMYS!)

    02/09/2004 8:47:38 AM PST · by Revolting cat! · 42 replies · 185+ views
    AP ^ | February 9, 2004 | John Stillwell
  • Caption Dr Dean!

    02/06/2004 4:26:39 PM PST · by Revolting cat! · 31 replies · 175+ views
    San Francisco Chronicle ^ | February 6, 2004 | Morry Gash/AP
  • Caption Kool Gentleman of Leisure!

    01/30/2004 9:04:29 AM PST · by Revolting cat! · 3 replies · 120+ views
    San Francisco Chronicle ^ | January 30,2004 | Emanuele Brai
    <p>A young boy samples a cigarette during the annual smoke-in in Capena, where anti-smoking laws are routinely ignored.</p>
  • U.S.-European tiff over wine terms enters 21st year

    01/15/2004 2:49:28 PM PST · by Revolting cat! · 6 replies · 182+ views
    San Francisco Chronicle ^ | January 15, 2004 | Carol Emert
    <p>While we were all popping the cork on New Year's Eve, a dubious milestone was quietly passing: The United States and Europe wrapped up their 20th year of failed trade talks on wine. Bilateral negotiations began in 1983, under the Reagan administration.</p>
  • The next President of the United States and Other Lies

    01/06/2004 7:30:47 PM PST · by Revolting cat! · 16 replies · 142+ views
    The Revolting cat! ^ | January 6, 2004 | Revolting cat!
    If you haven't been hybernating this winter, you'll know that there are 9 circus clowns out there, travelling the country, making appearances, speaking pompously, as clowns do, with promises of free tickets to Paradise, on stages at schools, union halls, old folks' homes, orphanages, shopping malls, insane asylums and prisons, being introduced in each of those places with these words: "Ladies and Gentlemen, the next President of the United States!" If you happened to hitch a ride from Mars on Spirit's return trip, and upon landing tomorrow was informed that the United States has four year terms for its Presidents,...
  • Caption the Duck and the Skeleton!

    12/16/2003 1:38:24 PM PST · by Revolting cat! · 14 replies · 176+ views
    US News | December 16, 2003 | (AP Photo/Kevork Djansezian)
  • Finding fault in others: Athletes make up some whoppers to explain transgressions

    12/12/2003 1:31:43 PM PST · by Revolting cat! · 3 replies · 153+ views
    San Francisco Chronicle ^ | December 11, 2003 | Scott Ostler
    <p>Among the crazy side effects of steroids that nobody talks about is whopperitis, a medical term for acute overdevelopment of the intellectual capacity to sling BS.</p> <p>Nobody who ever tested positive for steroids or other banned drugs was guilty. Never a sheepish shrug or a sincere "My bad!"</p>
  • Caption Bubba, Newsom and Babe!

    12/09/2003 9:57:39 AM PST · by Revolting cat! · 44 replies · 817+ views
    AP | December 09, 2003
  • Caption Quattrone!

    10/10/2003 9:50:26 AM PDT · by Revolting cat! · 11 replies · 180+ views
    The San Francisco Chronicle ^ | 10/10/2003 | Luis Lanzqano/AP
  • Too Much Democracy? The unintended consequences of the recall election

    10/08/2003 8:46:54 AM PDT · by Revolting cat! · 43 replies · 293+ views
    The San Francisco Chronicle ^ | October 8, 2003 | David Davenport, Gordon Lloyd
    <p>SOMETIMES the best thing about the past is that it's over. Unfortunately, in the case of California's recall, it's not over even when it's over. While others celebrate or bemoan the election's immediate results, we are concerned about the unintended, longer-term consequences of this crazy recall chapter of our history.</p>
  • Caption Bubba, Midget, St. Albino and First Japanese American Methodist!

    09/15/2003 8:20:17 AM PDT · by Revolting cat! · 40 replies · 331+ views
    San Francisco Chronicle ^ | 09/15/2003 | Chronicle/Michael Macor
  • CaPtion Classy Dixie Chick!

    04/25/2003 2:24:57 PM PDT · by Revolting cat! · 66 replies · 114+ views
  • COMMENTARY advertisement Candy-Coated Electronics

    04/15/2003 11:10:15 AM PDT · by Revolting cat! · 19 replies · 261+ views
    The Wall Street Journal | April 15, 2003 | DAVID GELERNTER
    The U.S. economy has been working from a script that said "pause here until Iraq has been liberated." The pause is nearly over, so it's a good time to face up to the postwar state of the world. The technology sector is crucial to the economy, and personal computers to the tech sector -- and consumers and businesses no longer replace their PCs on cue. The U.S. computer industry will either deal with this fact or come screeching to a traumatic halt soon. Five years ago we were flooded with information; now we're drowning. Meanwhile, the distance between evolving hardware...
  • Mum's the Word

    04/11/2003 8:27:44 PM PDT · by Revolting cat! · 12 replies · 141+ views
    The Wall Street Journal ^ | Friday, April 11, 2003 | ANDREW BREITBART
    <p>Thousands of jubilant Iraqis, ready for a brand-new beat, dance in the street to celebrate the toppling of a brutal dictator whose tyranny has lasted 24 years but not 24 hours more. Preoccupied with the dramatic image of a noose around Saddam's neck as he is dragged to the ground in Baghdad's al-Fardous square (a 20-foot metal statue of Saddam, that is), the world largely overlooks the news of another dictator, Cuba's Fidel Castro, so far besting the Iraqi tyrant's run by 20 years and counting.</p>
  • What Makes a Difference

    02/26/2003 9:52:03 AM PST · by Revolting cat! · 1 replies · 158+ views
    The Wall Street Journal | February 26, 2003 | Adam Wolfson
    If a picture is worth a thousand words, then a photo from a University of Wisconsin brochure tells us all we need to know about diversity in America. At the order of some clever administrator, the face of Diallo Shabazz, a black student, was digitally inserted into a sea of white faces to give the university a rainbow visage. Here we may see what the totemization of diversity has accomplished: deceit, quotas and ridiculous efforts at race consciousness. In "Diversity: The Invention of a Concept" (Encounter, 351 pages, $24.95), Peter Wood attempts to give us a "biography" of the idea...
  • Media & Marketing: Indoor Fireworks Are Drawing An Increased Focus on Safety

    02/24/2003 2:47:26 PM PST · by Revolting cat! · 284+ views
    The Wall Street Journal | February 24, 2003 | Susan Warren
    By SUSAN WARREN Staff Reporter of THE WALL STREET JOURNAL Indoor fireworks -- once the trademark of major rock concerts and extravagant, Disneyesque theatrical productions -- have soared in popularity, showing up even at school plays and shopping malls as people clamor to put more sizzle into events. But as the displays have become more sophisticated, more spectacular and more widely available, concerns have grown about the safe way to play with fire indoors. The idea that fireworks have been specially designed for inside use can be deceiving, says Arthur E. Cote, chief engineer of the National Fire Protection Association,...
  • That Cuban Twang

    01/23/2003 10:35:53 AM PST · by Revolting cat! · 7 replies · 162+ views
    The Wall Street Journal | January 23, 2003 | MARTIN JOHNSON
    When guitarist/producer Ry Cooder returned to Cuba in 2001, he looked up Manuel Galban, a guitarist he calls "the last twanging man in Cuba." Mr. Galban, perhaps the island's greatest guitar player, is also something of an anomaly. He mastered the solid-body electric guitar in the 1950s, a time when few electric guitars were being imported from the U.S. And his musical sensibilities were nurtured during an era when Havana enthusiastically absorbed such distinctly American influences as doo-wop -- a trend that ended abruptly when Fidel Castro took power in 1959. Mr. Cooder enjoyed the biggest success of his career...
  • Waiting for Guinness - How a common beverage can lead to the downfall of civilization

    01/19/2003 2:28:23 PM PST · by Revolting cat! · 52 replies · 284+ views
    San Francisco Chronicle ^ | Sunday, January 19, 2003 | Alan Black
    <p>Recently, the King of Beers, a.k.a. Budweiser, has been pushing the notion that new dodgy foreign beers may not be fresh and may therefore be dangerous. The "born on" date imprinted on Bud bottles smells of beer evangelism, an attempt to retain their heartland market - the folks who could imagine seeing John the Baptist every time they pop open a bottle of cheap St. Louis lager.</p>
  • Hollywood's Body Politic Coming to a theater near you: Shamed at who we are

    01/14/2003 9:21:49 AM PST · by Revolting cat! · 16 replies · 267+ views
    San Francisco Chronicle ^ | January 14, 2003 | Robert Sapolsky
    <p>I was at the movies the other night and the audience did something that I found appalling. Now this is a rare occurrence for me, as I take smug pride in our city's reputation for sophistication and tolerance, including in movie theaters.</p>