Saturday, December 24, 2011

The Obvious Angle

Researchers in the Netherlands have been trying to publish
an insanely terrible play called "The Quantum Misfit."
It's the story of a buffalo, its secret lairs, and its

much more sensible play, "Today Is A Long Way From Now."
The buffalo sets its play on the Sun,
where the horizon is like a spreadable nuclear Disneyland.

However, the Earth, which requires more efficiency than
its solar brother, is developing gradually lengthening days
that can simply be painted onto to any usable surface.

-- Glenn R. Frantz

Solar Cells You Can Paint On
More to fear than wonky North Korea
Winter solstice, 2011

Thursday, December 01, 2011

That Short Decided

king sugar of freeze over free extending to
hike logs in expire on fast expiring to
trees but thaw that rang and fracas

cathedral and cut that cuts but trinkets
provision the rattling giveaways of
results suspension with bring for your agreeing to

maps and purchase that match and chain
cab the jarring parts throughout
bitter the sputtering rash in

Glenn R. Frantz

Tap twice to fill a void
The Tragic Death of the Temporary Tax Cut
Burger King joins McDonald's in charging for kids' meal toys

Thursday, November 10, 2011

Crowd and Bay

Out in the crowd at midday, England's items turn,
like plans and setbacks, and officers who heard
the crowd that song accompanied. Invading a crowd

as a fraction of a crowd beyond its borders, as a species
of function spiraled smoothly out in the bay. At midday,
England's items turn like plans and setbacks and officers.

Who heard the bay that song accompanied invading?
A bay as a fraction of a bay beyond,
its borders as a species of function, spiraled smoothly.

-- Glenn R. Frantz

London Calling: Students Flood Streets to Protest Tuition Hikes
The Band Perry 'So Honored' With CMA Wins, Crossover Success
Cancer treatment shows promise for rapid weight loss

Sunday, October 30, 2011

public ashram movember

During the seven months that he wandered in
others a Fu Manchu
did not call 911 staff "bitches."

Into a shouting match with a village woman
who was mixing water in the milk she
listened to the three emergency calls.

A must-read for anyone who wants
to know more about life, leadership
and the mayor did not use the word 'bitches.'

-- alana madison

Spotted: Your comments on Rob Ford's 911 call
The Hippie who became a Prophet
Upper lips go hairy

Friday, October 28, 2011

splendid cut-offs throne

It begins in the morning at a farm house would
take precedence over younger brothers and
doesn’t pursue the matter any further by

Something more majestic than a buck-toothed rodent
whose real name is Martha
of state unanimously approved the changes

Strength, courage, resourcefulness and dignity
Lucy believes she has left an abusive boyfriend
and a powerful symbol in the lives of the North

-- alana madison

Canada urged to swap beaver emblem for bear
Girls equal in British throne succession
Martha Marcy May Marlene: Anatomy of an identity meltdown

Monday, October 24, 2011

Something Crossed Out

There's no place to go any longer.
So, we've no place to attack.
I don't know what would come between

mistaken and its substitute.
It is better to accept the impossible,
to be safe on both sides of the border.

To write down in diplomatic language
the face without the value, truth but no consequences;
thinking much in seven-league havens.

-- Glenn R. Frantz

Hamish McRae: Greece will have no choice but to leave eurozone
Clinton Issues Blunt Warning to Pakistan
Cardinals strike first in World Series

Tuesday, October 04, 2011

angry hunger crisis

There's another angry rally planned for core
demands, including a clothier that nearly was for
lower Manhattan Tuesday - bear one more.

Thousands of employees and japan's education
join the California department of rehabilitation
claiming the CDCR did not address their rage continuation.

Labor leaders, wall street protesters will vent
and metal prices tumbled, lost 1.4 percent
of their five core demands, the lowest different.

-- eddeaddad using ePoGeeS

Occupy Wall Street protesters to join forces with protest at City Hall over education layoffs
12,000 California Prisoners Protest Living Conditions With Inmate Hunger Strike
Asia Stocks Fall as Concern Over Europe's Debt Crisis Deepens

Thursday, September 29, 2011

Signature and Anvil

bring will the signature magic forward reef
alter has the signature remarkable only shell
signature ability on is dotted blend the

signature need of is certain example the
underwater actually signature bring will the anvil
magic forward reef alter has the anvil

remarkable only shell anvil ability on is
dotted blend the anvil need of is
certain example the underwater actually anvil

-- Glenn R. Frantz

WISE COLUMN: Start the day with free java from Krispy Kreme
Want to Be More Open-Minded? Magic Mushrooms Help
Fish known as wrasses are found to use tools

Tuesday, September 20, 2011

suburban swiss republican

a combative tone entered a plea although he isn't
required to at this stage suburban snow-clearing
standards just cut our way out of this hole

the mayor elected on a pledge of the perilous state
in a defiant rose garden as a result of
unauthorized activities is vowing to protect library

branches tame the nation were wondering whether
to slow down the burst left by plows
at the end of driveways now you have your answer

-- alana madison

Toronto ends all-night budget meeting
Scandal at UBS Tilts Talk on Rules
Obama proposes new taxes on wealthy

Sunday, September 11, 2011

Misrata Zanzibar Gomez

loyalists mounting fierce resistance
trapped in the town a maze of hills
nearly 200 people drowned and tour

operators for scores of people slung across
her shoulders a "thorough coaching" on the
politics of canadian hockey including scud

missiles that have already launched
the worst maritime disaster in at least 15 years
figures were hiding in the desert bastion

-- alana madison

Gaddafi's diehard secret police dig in
Dozens drown as Zanzibar ferry sinks
Keira Knightley risks rankling T.O. fans with Habs jersey

Saturday, September 10, 2011

9/11 Quake 2.0

Two of nearly three people, suspected
to be Americans. Two of nearly three
thousand Americans – a decade ago.

A joint. The prone region. 100 tremors.
A possible car bomb. Common. Some 1,000
quakes of the state. A slight rattling. No signs

of the timing. And the source – even though
it came from al Qaeda – and the method –
common through Europe – names the U.S. city.

-- Sherre Vernon

Vancouver Spared from Harm in 6.4 Earthquake
Al Qaeda 2.0 Behind Fresh 9/11 Terror Threat?
New York cracks down after "credible" 9/11 threat

Friday, September 09, 2011

spotlight gunshots scramble

George Clooney has
no time for
questions turned tables

tearing down the
wall surrounding the
building headquarters on

fire sending “flirtatious"
emails because it
is the weekend

-- alana madison

George Clooney has no time for talk of love life at TIFF
Tory MP apologizes for 'flirtatious' e-mails to Chinese reporter
Protesters in Egypt breach wall, enter Israeli Embassy

Just Hints, Unconfirmed

The tunnels fill, and even foot patrols abandon the city.
Surveillance is slowly cut off, details growing sketchy
as bridges are submerged by the creeping floodwaters.

The plodding news reports. The conference at 2 A.M.
I put the question at the shy feet of an unnamed minister.
Asked him about his threats of forgetting

all information that is uncorroborated.
But, "We do live in the transitional patchwork
of an elusive stability," as the hydrologist said.

-- Glenn R. Frantz

Tens of thousands displaced as floodwaters deluge region
Libya's interim PM says battle 'not yet over'
New York on high alert over 9/11 anniversary terror threat

Just Hints, Unconfirmed

The tunnels fill, and even foot patrols abandon the city.
Surveillance is slowly cut off, details growing sketchy
as bridges are submerged by the creeping floodwaters.

The plodding news reports. The conference at 2 A.M.
I put the question at the shy feet of an unnamed minister.
Asked him about his threats of forgetting

all information that is uncorroborated.
But, "We do live in the transitional patchwork
of an elusive stability," as the hydrologist said.

-- Glenn R. Frantz

Tens of thousands displaced as floodwaters deluge region
Libya's interim PM says battle 'not yet over'
New York on high alert over 9/11 anniversary terror threat

Saturday, August 27, 2011

Rising Ferocious Rebels

The Africane Irene
was erected. That’s
the Tripoli, Libyan area and

Afghanistan, and life-threats once workers
have so far from
Al Qaeda's. All agreed

the priority will also
raise water, fuel and
spread panic.

-- edde addad and charNG

Rebels battle Gadhafi loyalists in a number of strongholds
Car bombing in Nigeria kills 18 at UN base
Winds, rain pound North Carolina as Hurricane Irene closes in

Monday, August 22, 2011

technical treasonous touchdown

now for the hard warming
showing signs of offensive offensive
relinquish treacherous protestors

66 yards of science after president obama
bloodshed controls civilians on a gun charge
acknowledge first headlines

gaddafi drew separation from the left memorable
cincinnati zone really cared
evolution has come to an end

-- Rhoda Penmarq

TexMessage: Rick Perry faces a tougher, second look
Hot reads: Burress solid in return; Rivers sharper than Romo
Obama says Gaddafi rule collapsing, supports rebels

Sunday, August 21, 2011

Rhymes—Only $1

Poetry is a garishly yellow Dollar Tree store
in Salem, Ore. You've seen the "As Seen on TV"
ad — a famously cool anti-poet pushing

a superabsorbent poem down an aisle we're calling,
merely, "Gunk." A local poet who writes a blog,
"Knockoff To A Nightingale," is worried about

the high cost of poetry. Living in the toy aisle,
streaked in orange goo, she writes extreme-discount
12-line poems for— wow!— about a dollar.

-- Angela Genusa

Orange goo on Alaska shore was fungal spores
The Dollar-Store Economy
Happy National Bad Poetry Day: Houston's Worst Poem



Thursday, August 18, 2011

Wild Lunar Ritual

The moon's crust is a cookie ecology of dense crunchy layers
blanketed by white highlands of cooled vanilla cream.
T, do let's Think about the

E, Evolution of the Earth's candid photos of some
A, Awkward continents on
M, molten Magma.

TEAM of rare animals in tropical jeeps! Give the moon
a triple spin to show its hidden chocolate face,
and dunk it in the ocean to start eating.

-- Glenn R. Frantz

Candid Camera: on the wild side
Moon may be younger than thought, study says
Kraft stacks the deck with Oreo Triple Double

Friday, July 29, 2011

Like Growling Under

you the storm would who so thought or
plaster than it looms overnight when left
it the saucers have which so dislodged and

stranger than they slumber often who does
despite the cowboys rainfall methods swept missing the
downpour stranded were in the inside layer that

for the mines prototypes production mash misguided the
of the scowl powder aircraft flop geared the
land collapsed were by the inside landslide that

-- Glenn R. Frantz

3D printing: the technology that could re-shape the world
'Cowboys & Aliens' isn't even good popcorn fun
South Korean deluge triggers landslides, kills dozens

Tuesday, July 26, 2011

Shielded exile conglomerate

television legitimacy declines
when sessions contradicted
its Average types

weeks of researchers
lower the complexity
of Foreign exile

something was dormant
biggest was blue
that Industrial loss

-- composed with WpN by edde addad

US Stocks Drop As Deadlock On Debt Ceiling Prompts Concerns
Rare Volcanoes Discovered on 'Dark Side' of the Moon
Could Gaddafi go into 'internal exile' in Libya

Friday, July 22, 2011

Honest Seekers In

The incestuous trains
of politicians, the relentless
pitchfork outside the gates.

Newspapers admitted they
had no information. The public
took comfort in bars, in mourning,

until earthquake, tsunami, and
nuclear meltdown, until dignity
chanted its name.

-- Shane Clements

In Japan, an overflowing cup of pride
Music goers, sun seekers, brave high, humid temps
We deserve an honest and uncorrupted police force

Thursday, July 21, 2011

Honest Seekers In

The incestuous trains
of politicians, the relentless
pitchfork outside the gates.

Newspapers admitted they
had no information. The public
took comfort in bars, in mourning,

until earthquake, tsunami, and
nuclear meltdown, until dignity
chanted its name.

-- Shane Clements

In Japan, an overflowing cup of pride
Music goers, sun seekers, brave high, humid temps
We deserve an honest and uncorrupted police force

Tuesday, July 19, 2011

Defiant Robotic Bubbles

The approach of the embattled students was suspicious.
The dwarf family contained no murdered child left behind.
A culture of shame and contrition huddled on the asteroid.

Investigators were pressured to phone the US News.
On his knees, a higher-performing detective fired the probe.
His guardian will be struggling in the 530km-wide room.

Beginning in 2001, they could copy an illegal law.
Defiant, the Atlanta schoolgirl revealed pictures.
Mr. Ceres, in atonement, was released at dawn.

-- Madeline Barnicle

Murdoch's day of atonement
Atlanta Schools Created Culture of Cheating, Fear
Dawn probe orbits asteroid Vesta

Thursday, July 07, 2011

Large Game News

Los Impasse, New Mexico plans to study whether
advice leaflets given to bobcats and mountain lions
have any impact on their escape after a mandatory wildfire.

A coyote's license to fish could be posted on streets
as thirsty hands have begun reopening. Also,
a Grand Scale, Minnesota restaurant's new wildlife program

has questioned whether licensing would make economists
any better able to hold their liquor; while
the Depressed Reason Bureau just hands out money to bears.

-- Glenn R. Frantz

Study Shows Benefits of Providing Medical Insurance to Poor
If you go down to Los Alamos today...
Minnesota government shutdown costly to state and businesses

Large Game News

Los Impasse, New Mexico plans to study whether
advice leaflets given to bobcats and mountain lions
have any impact on their escape after a mandatory wildfire.

A coyote's license to fish could be posted on streets
as thirsty hands have begun reopening. Also,
a Grand Scale, Minnesota restaurant's new wildlife program

has questioned whether licensing would make economists
any better able to hold their liquor; while
the Depressed Reason Bureau just hands out money to bears.

-- Glenn R. Frantz

Study Shows Benefits of Providing Medical Insurance to Poor
If you go down to Los Alamos today...
Minnesota government shutdown costly to state and businesses

Friday, June 17, 2011

The Brief Avenger

the golden register still rings
after the iconic $1 bills have been incinerated,
its heyday to spiral out to intergalactic emeraldhood,

prologue to a renamed movie that argues for loopholes
in the global tabulating of its worried megaplexes,
neither brave nor bloated enough

for the simpler times blandly enjoyed
between the dog-eared and the do-gooders,
the brief avenger that even seems forever-long

-- Glenn R. Frantz

GOP shifting on anti-tax policy
Big Blue Turns 100: IBM's Anniversary is One to Celebrate
'Green Lantern' passable, plausible -- none too illuminating

Sunday, June 12, 2011

Beyond The Catskills

I've been to college.
I understand well the physics of flypaper,
and other vast amorphous concepts.

I know how to sing "Hey Jude" backwards,
while carrying spiders down fire escape ladders.
I'm irreplaceable...patiently waiting next door.

Let's ban hide and seek. Let's face jail time.
Let's cause intense emotional distress.
Let's be quirky. Let's tiptoe together towards infinity.

-- Scott H. Stoller

Lives Cut Short by Depression
A brief introduction to infinity
Tenn. law bans posting images that "cause emotional distress"

Wednesday, June 01, 2011

The Memory Suicide

It’s a little shocking to lose parts of us:
the painful memories and iconic moments
erased in the sunshine of a city beach.

Most pictures die. Constructing a new past
brings welcome relief, rubbing out remembrances
of our three months in San Francisco Bay.

We stand on the shore of mangled months
watching as time disappears below the water,
making no attempt to rescue remembrances.

-- Jenni B. Baker

Pill could erase painful memories, study shows
Happy 85th birthday, Marilyn Monroe
After officials watch man drown, city changes policy

Selling Heavy Rain

Across nations,
expensive war-era simplicity---
elementary guidance,

fabulously exact.
A relaxed anxiety kept it new.
Thought over order,

or order over thought?
Breathe, you discarded suicides,
breathe.

-- Scott H. Stoller

Are you taking too many meds?
Woman selling 'suicide kits' reignites right-to-die debate
Pentagon seeks mini-weapons for new age of warfare

Friday, May 27, 2011

Preparing Statement Tentacle

the inside hides mouth its spoke
pineapple roof blade and nineteen pure segmented
the with misspoke hides its mouthful

thought fakes gills and far curious elongated
smoldering yet cool or hardly
aflutter back fantastical and very

chip plates tablets and sharp flexible divided
the at shovel stalks its jaws
ring screens square and square both befuddled

-- Glenn R. Frantz

Egyptian tunnel town faces up to change
Windows 8: What Should Be, If You Ask Me
Prehistoric sea monster lived longer and grew bigger

Friday, May 20, 2011

Released from Norms

Images of paralysis: misunderstandings,
cultural mores from the waist down
and books being readied for the coffin.

We are entering an electrical era,
a lifetime of unprecedented stimulation,
devices assaulting ankles and knees.

The public’s intensive rehabilitation
kindles haggard steps of regained relief:
An ability to stand. The difference of hips.

-- Jenni B. Baker

Small steps for paralyzed man, giant leaps for treating spinal cord injuries
Amazon and Waterstones report downloads eclipsing printed book sales
Strauss-Kahn ‘Perp Walk,’ Naming Victim Divide France, U.S.

Wednesday, May 18, 2011

A Bizarre View

Strung border to border
air bound for dehydration
water roped by containers

Good chance to view a problem
potentially unknown, ignore their code
an evolved cat-and-mouse game

Conspiracy inspired, widespread
genetically generating a new truth
engineered theory of a child

-- David T. Snyder

Mexico police find 513 US-bound migrants in trucks
Microsoft: One in 14 Downloads Is Malicious
New book says USSR was behind Roswell UFO

Thursday, May 12, 2011

Shaken and Grand

The century is an idealized past, a bad relationship.
Woody Allen films beauty shots of the spectacle,
as people recall the falling towers, the intense quake.

Forced out of their homes, residents find solace
in city streets while nostalgia-minded writers
premiere scenes of chaos in overpriced hotels.

Shooting along the year’s prolific rim, the city
expands living memory past the midnight panic,
opens a parachute and wafts to the present.

-- Jenni B. Baker

Spain: Lorca shaken by earthquakes
‘Jetman’ zooms along rim of Grand Canyon in first US flight
Cannes fetes Woody Allen and ‘Midnight in Paris’

Monday, May 09, 2011

Humiliation All Around

The theory of engineers says, this year the clock will be
the symbol for all objects. The globe a scattered fountain,
twirling in a bowl of perfect brightness.

Now the fleas have become the rat.
French troops drag the Missouri river for a lost horse.
The garden of bitter syrup is looted to spare opium.

Which confluence of mellow predictions
would divert the apple from its spinning?
Demolition will keep the ox out, but does not stop the boar.

-- Glenn R. Frantz

The meaning of Ai Weiwei's 12 Zodiac Heads
Our Opinion: River shows who's boss
Stanford study backs Einstein's relativity theory

Sunday, April 24, 2011

Hold The Leaves

A week of strange plates. Bears
sweeping up sapphires
for the farm engagement, a crying pair

of cubs. The protestant tried a “popular
outdoor lookalike” on
worshipers. A replica bear recently walked.

Tian Church sounds its 1000’s | a hugely curious
cub-mother from HONG KONG picks out
a twin souvenir. Dozens of mugs gather in a home.

-- Annabella Massey

Royal Wedding: China's big souvenir takeaway
China detains Protestant Shouwang devotees
Twin bear cubs rescued by Chinese farmer

Friday, April 15, 2011

This Year's Programs

As nobody said, "Myopia is the testimony of the recent
against the many." So instead, I added a history jury.
Most of them didn't swear much,

except for one brontosaurus that had a cynicism deficit.
Unlike "The Loudest Obstruction Diet,"
there are not scads of prizes. (Or a severe skin reaction.)

Al Capone counts to a trillion
while he smiles at a baby grand.
And voilรก, the new episode of "Brazen Justice"!

-- Glenn R. Frantz

Barry Bonds convicted of felony
Cannes Film Festival: What Directors Are Saying
Mr. Prudent: Obama Preaches Deficit Sanity

Tuesday, March 29, 2011

Friendly Push from West Awaits

the mysterious truth:
the space committee
had come this far
to the comfortable kingdom

the champions surrounded
a damaged city
continued a splendid editing
more than one rank load
hints what a month can not be

because the place of birth
that socket of speech
has released control
pressed the reeling host

Thus we closed the unique trunk
those sent to succeed who we could
we are after the keen majority

I gave them of the rain
and the water of the sea

I commence to scope the distance.

-- Jeff Nichols

Congress Awaits Answers on U.S. Mission in Libya
Libyan rebels push west into less friendly territory
Radiation from Japan 'not harmful': B. C. Scientist

Thursday, March 24, 2011

Nor Key Fallen

business that
meaning that
scaled in noise the

bottles that damaged be two
meaning that double be parallel might clang to
juggled in safety the modestly gotten

played to basement the together landed
at radio asleep of silent the
with infants unsafe to

-- Glenn R. Frantz

It's the little things that pay off in low-key 'Win Win'
Iodine fears spark panic buying
D.C. airport tower silent as planes land

Friday, March 04, 2011

Racially Disposable Violations

Tea Party untethered
F-18 bigotry.
Pressed

multiday benders found
Mr Sheen
caressing

8 legged women.
Baffled evangelicals
fractured.

-- Dave Stinson

Are whites racially oppressed?
The Disposable Woman
'Spider-Man' Is Cited Again for Violations

Thrown On Purpose

every minute tilt of the frozen cargo
drew knowledge as a spacewalk code to the dexterous
          adapter,
and even so to wrongfully intend a discovery's experiment,

installing a special plate
that the holder did not recommend,
the wrapped camera charged with leaking light

and wantonly removing the second face of the face
from the published proceedings
that with every minute tilt...

-- Glenn R. Frantz

Libya stalemate presents diplomatic challenges
Soldier in WikiLeaks case charged with aiding the enemy
Discovery 'nauts wrap second spacewalk

Sunday, February 27, 2011

Last Near View

In this city of sidewalk airbenders the defected century
repelled informal protesters. Are freshly dug graves
really the culmination of teachers’ spit wad faith?

A small history of podium democracy infused
gold witnesses with the courtesy of some plastic siege,
hot anti-aircraft guns exploring the pride of a young curator.

Foretold rebels display scars like a tour of religious artwork,
the gathering spotlights of a new tradition, the city
glimmering in the scrawled evening downfall.

-- Dave Stinson

Razzies: M. Night Shyamalan, 'wins' big
All the Arts, All the Time
Libyan Rebels Tighten Ring of Armed Control

Rebel Coup Decided

A Sunday, Sunday calling. Barricades ablaze, a truck to run
west. The police state, a counterattack. Here hundreds, a
tricolor people chanted, face to face to chest. Some became

free. And Sunday, Sunday, witnesses. From troops,
        monarchy.
Anti-aircraft in the streets, the government, the occupied
palace. The oldest ties to serve the uprising. Independent as

military in July. A symbol, the flag, the state. The former
world is positioned in outskirts calling for Libya's Arabian
Britain. High isolation on a loyal Sunday, hung from light.

-- Sherre Vernon

Libyan Rebels Close In On Tripoli
Factbox: Facts about Oman
No decision yet on presidential run, Moussa says

Tuesday, February 15, 2011

Night Was Close

I couldn't remember it slowly, this dangerous parade
that commandeered us all, rushing between tables and kiosks.
Folding unveiling fingers like a fork inside a book,

we saw a tomcat grab flames from the pavilion
like video we couldn't touch
or spirits we were not allowed to photograph.

In the sleek red burnish of the cat's pleased back,
aluminum boundaries of the night's razzle-dazzle
constantly rattled, like buses fleeing the fairgrounds.

-- Glenn R. Frantz

Evacuees were in good spirits at Agri-Plex
Assange abused my cat: WikiLeaks insider
Up Close with the HP TouchPad

Sunday, January 30, 2011

Mummies Buy Electric

I assure her that I am
stopping an attractive woman on
a Bethesda sidewalk and asking

her if she would sleep with me. Markets tend to men,
which has the muscle tone of a yam
souffle. Ordinary people tend to move

in cycles. Are you too
late to the rally? You don't care about all that?
Larger companies, did.

-- Eric Elshtain and Gnoetry

Gene and the Machine: The shocking truth about the Volt
Looters smash treasures and mummies in Egyptian Museum
History Suggests Time Is Right to Buy Dow Stocks

Saturday, January 22, 2011

The Demanding Public

new mendacity-husbanding
coalition         thought to hunt
old guard politics

prudently study the overthrow
remnants of social mould
nurture species of error

repeat HARD lessons         cut
the pledge / defend bacteria
the live necessary protests

-- Daniel Barrow

Iraq hangs over Tony Blair
Tunisia's PM pledges to step aside after vote
Slime moulds prosper on the microfarm

Thursday, January 20, 2011

That That Measures

Headache to lobby twist held had that itself the work
paint freeze to unanimous it. Headache headache to to
lobby lobby twist twist held held had had that that

itself itself the the work work paint paint freeze freeze
to to unanimous unanimous it it. Headache echoes to to
lobby racquet twist demand held culled had has that that

itself itself the a work thank paint theatre freeze keeps
to to unanimous sheer it we. Echoes to racquet demand
culled has that itself a thank theatre keeps to sheer we.

-- Glenn R. Frantz

Sundance Film Festival: a critic's preview
U.N. Resolution on Israeli Settlements Puts Obama in a Bind
South Florida traffic congestion rising as job market recovers