This week all the hoopla started for the release of the new Tarzan film. With champagne dinner and gala premiere. I assume in white tie and loin cloth. And since it is school vacation here, the kids, privy to such info faster than we are, are sitting in the trees and practicing the Tarzan yell. … Continue reading And Gutenberg Lived Here: Of Tarzan, La Brea, And The New Mastadons.
First, let me start with the ubiquitous and absolutely required in polite society greeting: May the fourth be with you. (Ever since the Big Bang theory made it to number one in the tv ratings over here.) This morning I got a quick note from a friend, with a link no less, asking me if … Continue reading And Gutenberg Lived Here: Yes, Gutenberger Do Have A Fourth Of July
Today started out so totally normal. The usual clean, shop, wash, sleep-in Saturday routine known to generations of American pioneers crossing the desert on the wagon train version of Route 66, stopping at the general store, feeding the horses. Well, maybe more like the local version of Walmart, but still. Around three we were done, … Continue reading And Gutenberg Lived Here: The Day Of The Flying Banana