BartCop Entertainment Archives - Saturday, 7 June, 2008


7 June, 2008

(Updated Daily)

[315 days in a row]


'Best of TBH Politoons'

Click Here!

Thanks, again, Tim!


Hillary Cites Study by Astrophysicists


Recommended Reading

from Bruce

Rick Bentley: Dustin Hoffman is the voice of authority in 'Kung Fu Panda' (McClatchy Newspapers)
Dustin Hoffman seems to be picking roles that show great wisdom comes with age. In "Mr. Magorium's Wonder Emporium" he played a wise and slightly mystical 243-year-old toy store owner. In his latest role in "Kung Fu Panda," he plays an aged animated martial arts master who is wise and slightly mystical.

Scott Renshaw: Review of KUNG FU PANDA ***1/2 (three and a half out of four stars)
It has been fascinating to observe the rise of computer-generated animation-in particular, watching so much imagination invested in technical innovation that everyone has apparently decided to share the same plot.

Morty White: Exes And The City (
Now that the "Sex and the City" movie is making women crazy again, I remembered all those girls who drove me nuts trying to be like the Fab Four. Did these girls, in fact, go on to lead the lives of their "Sex and the City" heroes? I decided to call them up and ask.

Maureen Ryan: Writer brings sex and the suburbs to 'Swingtown' (Chicago Tribune)
Mike Kelley said he didn't set out to cause a fuss with "Swingtown," the provocative CBS drama that premieres 10 p.m. EDT Thursday.

Joe Amodio: Fast chat with 'Savage Grace' star Julianne Moore (Newsday)
Julianne Moore is wearing little to no makeup and killer platform boots. And her laugh - she laughs a lot - is infectious. The whole casually sexy vibe is a far cry from Barbara Baekeland, the eccentric, socialite wife of a Bakelite plastics heir whose tragic life unfurls in Moore's latest feature film, "Savage Grace."

Rogert Ebert: Tarsem and the legend of "The Fall"
Tarsem was talking about how he risked almost everything he owned to make a movie that nobody, nobody at all, was willing to finance for years. The movie is "The Fall," which will be on my list of the year's best films, and is setting box office records on the art house circuit. It is almost impossible to describe. You can say what happens, but you can't convey the astonishment of how it happens.

'I work in waves' (
In a rare interview, the renowned US artist Cy Twombly talks to Tate director Nicholas Serota about his astonishing work.

Henrik Bering: "The Ultimate Literary Portrait: Boswell's painterly masterpiece" (
Among the great encounters of literature, none ranks higher than the one that took place between James Boswell and Samuel Johnson in Tom Davis's bookstore in Russell Street, Covent Garden on Monday, May 16, 1763. Boswell, a 22-year-old Scot with literary ambitions, had long been desiring to meet the great man of English letters, but without success, and was sitting in the back parlor of the shop having tea when Johnson suddenly entered the store.

G. CHRISTOPHER WILLIAMS: "Wizards & Words: An Interview with Patrick Rothfuss" (
Author Patrick Rothfuss talks to PopMatters about the pivotal role of language in magic, the structure of storytelling, and the role of fantasy in contemporary fiction.

CONNIE TUTTLE: Beat the summer heat with a little literature (
With so many books and so few column inches, let's get right to my fourth annual summer reading suggestions.

PAUL CONSTANT: Fighting the Silicon Dragon (
Dungeons & Dragons, the fantasy role-playing game that has consumed years of the lives of awkward basement-dwelling adolescents, is in trouble.

Alvaro Fernandez: Brain Training: Fact or Fiction? (
The success of Nintendo Brain Age and the PBS special devoted to brain plasticity are signs of growing interest in Brain Training.





(observing a fire engine red master water valve in Southland Mall in Alameda)

zEN mAN archives



Subscribe to BartCop!


Trivia Question Of The Day

John Adams died on 4 July, 1826. Who also died on that day?

   A:    Benjamin Franklin
   B:    John Hancock
   C:    John Jay
   D:    Thomas Jefferson
   E:    Betsy Ross

Send your answer to Marty

HBOs excellent miniseries 'John Adams' hits the stores this coming Tuesday (the 10th).

They sent me a free copy FOUR(!) free copies, so starting yesterday, and continuing through Tuesday (the 10th) the trivia question of the day will be a contest and all the questions skewed to John Adams (in some way).

On Wednesday (the 11th) somebody 4 readers will win a copy of 'John Adams' (retail price $60).

It's a very nice set - 3 discs; the entire 7-part miniseries; two featurettes: The Making Of John Adams and David McCullough: Painting With Words; and an onscreen viewers guide.

If it hadn't been for HBOs Robert Wuhl: Assume The Position going to video we wouldn't have a trivia question of the day.

Trivia Question from Yesterday

Laura Linney (Abigail Adams in John Adams) made her screen debut in which film?

   A:    Absolute Power
  B:    Lorenzo's Oil
   C:    Searching for Bobby Fischer
   D:    A Simple Twist of Fate
   E:    The Truman Show                 Source

Charlie was first, and correct, writing:
   B: Lorenzo's Oil

Alan J responded:
   Lorenzo's Oil

Sandra in Bangor replied:
   B. lorenzo's oil
  i heart laura linney!


Vic in AK answered:
   I'm gonna make a wild guess and say B: Lorenzo's Oil ....wild guess cuz I used the IMDB that site is WILD.....
  It's where I go to do research on films I use on my WILDLY popular TeeVee show.

Sally replied:
   Laura Linney made her screen debut in Lorenzo's Oil (B) circa 1992.
  I returned to NYC in 1993 for a college reunion, and while there, myself and some other, "Nineteenth-century Norwegian playwright Henrik Ibsen" groupies went to see Laura performing as, "Thea Elvsted" in an off-Bwd'y revival of Hedda Gabler. She was just outstanding in that play. I think that the stage is her true forte, but the movies pay a lot better...
  I am planning on seeing her in, "LES LIAISONS DANGEREUSES," next month. (For more info: Click here: LES LIAISONS DANGEREUSES on Broadway )
  Till the morrow, when we are forecast a "heat wave" with temps "in the mid-90s," (Yikes!)
  PS Laura (another NY native) is the daughter of the well-known, off-Broadway playwright, Romulus Linney - BTW :)

Marian the Teacher replied:
   Lorenzo's Oil

And, Joe S ("Just because you're not famous, doesn't mean you're not good."  ~ Laura Linney) answered:
   B: Lorenzo's Oil.



'Dick Eats Bush'

''Fake It''

Hi All,

Just made a new video "Fake It" and wanted to share it. (Strong Language, a few maybe reactive pictures)

It's of course political. Dunno if it works very well, maybe I'm tooting my own horn. I'd share some views or ask some questions but imagine most are burned out on the political ..stage show we've got going, but it seems everyone has these blinders on and few are willing to really talk about it.. for example an obama clinton ticket.. haven't we had enough of the Clinton Bush dynasty?

New Video - Fake It

Oh I read an article recently and have to post a link.. if you thought the Great Depression is bad.. check this out -

   "The growing desperation across the United States is unleashing not simply a recession - we have been in a recession for some time now - but the possibility of a depression unlike anything we have seen since the 1930s."

   "The Bush administration has gutted environmental, food and product safety, and workplace safety standards along with their enforcement. And this is why coal mines collapse, the housing bubble has blown up in our face and we are sold lead-contaminated toys imported from China."

Full article

-Steve M.




Selected Readings

from that Mad Cat, JD






















Ark Of Darkness


In The Chaos Household

Last Night

Not much of a marine layer so hotter weather is on the way.

Last week I was grousing that there was no gas in Long Beach for under $4/gal. Today I was hard pressed to find a station with it under $4.50/gal.

Tonight, Saturday:

CBS begins the night with the FRESH made-for-TV-movie-remake 'Sybil' (sounds like a cheez-fest to me - first, they're dumping it on a Saturday; and #2, a fresh movie kept out of sweeps? All signs point to uh-oh).

NBC flushes the night with a RERUN 'Most Outrageous Moments', followed by a RERUN 'Last 'Comic' Standing', then a RERUN 'Law & Order'.
'SNL' is a RERUN (of course) with noted comedian LeBron James hosting, music by Kanye West.

ABC fills the night with the movie 'Finding Nemo'.

The CW has an old 'Friends', followed by another old 'Friends', then an old 'Sex & the City', followed by another old 'Sex & The City'.

Faux has the traditiional 'Cops', 'Cops', and 'America's Most Wanted'.

MY here has LIVE 'MLB Baseball', with the Los Angeles Angels Of Anaheim California Angels visiting Purple Gene's turf..

A&E has the movie 'One Flew Over The Cuckoo's Nest', followed by the movie 'The Silence Of The Lambs'.

AMC offers the movie 'U.S. Marshals', followed by the movie 'Million Dollar Baby'.

BBC  -   
 [12:00 PM]    You Are What You Eat - Episode 1
 [12:30 PM]    You Are What You Eat - Episode 2
 [1:00 PM]    Ramsay's Kitchen Nightmares - Ep 3 Momma Cherri's
 [2:00 PM]    Ramsay's Kitchen Nightmares - Ep 7 Oscars
 [3:00 PM]    Ramsay's Kitchen Nightmares - Ep 4 La Riviera
 [4:00 PM]    Top Gear - Episode 5
 [5:00 PM]    Top Gear - Ep 4 Botswana Special
 [6:00 PM]    Doctor Who - Episodes 5 & 6
 [8:00 PM]    Robin Hood - Ep 5 Ducking and Diving
 [9:00 PM]    Robin Hood - Ep 6 For England...!
 [10:00 PM]    The Graham Norton Show - Ep 7 Dame Edna Everage
 [11:00 PM]    Robin Hood - Ep 5 Ducking and Diving
 [12:00 AM]    Robin Hood - Ep 6 For England...!
 [1:00 AM]    The Graham Norton Show - Ep 7 Dame Edna Everage
 [2:00 AM]    Robin Hood - Ep 5 Ducking and Diving
 [3:00 AM]    Robin Hood - Ep 6 For England...!
 [4:00 AM]    The Graham Norton Show - Ep 7 Dame Edna Everage
 [5:00 AM]    Cash in the Attic - Ep. 24 Pender
 [5:30 AM]    Cash in the Attic - Ep. 23 Morris
 [6:00 AM]    BBC World News     (ALL TIMES EDT)

Bravo has 'Top Chef', another 'Top Chef', still another 'Top Chef', and the movie 'Beverly Hills Cop'.

Comedy Central has 'Jim Dunham: Arguing With Myself', 'Ralphie May: Prime Cut', 'Larry The Cable Guy: Morning Constitutions', and 'Bill Engvall: 15 Degrees Off Cool'.

FX has the movie 'The Family Stone', followed by the movie 'The Family Stone', again.

History has all 'Ax Men' all night.

IFC  -   
 [06:20 AM]   The Prince of Pennsylvania
 [08:00 AM]   Sanshiro Sugata
 [09:30 AM]   I Heart Huckabees
 [11:25 AM]   IFC News: 2008, Uncut
 [11:30 AM]   The Field
 [01:30 PM]   Pumpkin
 [03:35 PM]   The Prince of Pennsylvania
 [05:15 PM]   The Field
 [07:15 PM]   At the Death House Door
 [09:00 PM]   Made
 [10:35 PM]   Dancing at the Blue Iguana
 [12:45 AM]   Urbania
 [02:35 AM]   Made
 [04:15 AM]   I Heart Huckabees     (ALL TIMES EST)

SciFi has the movie 'Resident Evil', followed by the movie 'Rise: Blood Hunter'.

Sundance  -   
 [05:30 AM]   The Secret Life of Words
 [07:30 AM]   Sabah
 [09:00 AM]   Episode 5: Paul Simon + Lorne Michaels
 [10:00 AM]   Koenig's Sphere
 [11:00 AM]   Site Specific: Olivo Barbieri
 [12:00 PM]   The Calcium Kid
 [01:30 PM]   Patch
 [02:00 PM]   Episode 1 - Washington
 [02:30 PM]   (Episode 1)
 [03:00 PM]   Episode 6: Promised End
 [03:50 PM]   Mary, Queen of Scots
 [06:00 PM]   Ray LaMontagne, The Zutons, Shawn Colvin & Nerina Pallot
 [07:00 PM]   The Shape of Things
 [09:00 PM]   Episode 5
 [09:30 PM]   Episode 1
 [10:00 PM]   Breakfast on Pluto
 [12:15 AM]   C.R.A.Z.Y.
 [02:30 AM]   Cavite
 [04:00 AM]   This Revolution
 [05:45 AM]   Choking Man     (ALL TIMES EST)

TCM spends the night with Leslie Caron.
 [6:00 AM]      The Outriders (1950)
 [8:00 AM]      Track of the Cat (1954)
 [10:00 AM]      Sons of the Desert (1933)
 [11:15 AM]      Our Relations (1936)
 [12:30 PM]      Trooper Hook (1957)
 [2:00 PM]      On the Beach (1959)
 [4:30 PM]      Darling Lili (1970)
 [7:00 PM]      Private Screenings: Leslie Caron (1999)
 [8:00 PM]      Fanny (1961)
 [10:30 PM]      Father Goose (1964)
 [12:30 AM]      The L-Shaped Room (1962)
 [2:45 AM]      An American in Paris (1951)

 [5:00 AM]      Flying With Music (1942)    (ALL TIMES EST)

Sunday  -  06/08/08

 [6:00 AM]      Stagecoach (1939)
 [8:00 AM]      The Asphalt Jungle (1950)
 [10:00 AM]      Summer And Smoke (1961)
 [12:00 PM]      Tom Sawyer (1973)
 [2:00 PM]      Cyrano De Bergerac (1950)
 [4:00 PM]      Ivanhoe (1952)
 [6:00 PM]      Knights Of The Round Table (1953)
 [8:00 PM]      20 Million Miles To Earth (1957)
 [9:30 PM]      First Men in the Moon (1964)
 [12:00 AM]      The Goddess (1934)    [AKA: 'Shen nu']    SILENT 
 [2:00 AM]      Kwaidan (1964)    [AKA: 'Kaidan']
 [4:15 AM]      The Mikado (1939)     (ALL TIMES EST)

Any opinions?

Or reviews?

(See below for addresses)


In this photo provided by Scholastic, actress Kathy Bates hosts the 2008 Scholastic Art & Writing Awards at Carnegie Hall in New York, Thursday, June 5, 2008.
Photo by Stuart Ramson

Click Here!


Peak-Season Map


Fire A Hot Topic

Universal Studios

The recent fire damage to Universal Studios' video vault underscores the significance of film preservation and archiving, which already been receiving increased industrywide attention.

The Academy of Motion Picture Arts and Sciences, the group that organizes the Academy Awards, put the topic front and centre with its recent report on the challenges of digital archiving.

Universal executives are still assessing the damage from last Sunday's spectacular blaze on the studio's backlot -- believed to have affected 40,000-50,000 episodic TV and feature assets. They believe that all the video and film is replaceable as duplicates were kept elsewhere.

At issue is what assets will be replaced. These decisions will be made based on factors including the title, age of title, existing backup and the condition and quality of backups.

Universal Studios


Comedian Wanda Sykes arrives at the annual spring gala for The Fresh Air Fund, benefiting summer vacations for inner city kids in New York on Thursday June 5, 2008.
Photo by Peter Kramer

Amazing Food Art


Cost CA $2.1 Billion

Writers Strike

The recent Hollywood writers' strike tipped California into a recession, resulting in a loss of $2.1 billion to the state economy and costing 37,700 jobs, the Milken Institute said in a research report.

The report, issued by the economic think tank on Thursday, takes on increasing importance as the Screen Actors Guild and Hollywood's major movie studios are embroiled in their own contract talks that threaten to throw the industry into another work stoppage as soon as the SAG contract expires on June 30.

"The biggest thing that (a potential SAG strike) really does is it slows down the recovery, even a short strike is going to lead to a further disruption of filming schedules," said Kevin Klowden, managing economist at the Milken Institute and one of the report's authors.

Klowden said the three-month writers' strike that ended in February cost the entertainment industry alone $500 million. But because Hollywood overlaps with other state industries, the report found the strike had a wider impact overall.

Writers Strike


This Peanut Looks Like A Duck


Academic Conference

'Buffy the Vampire Slayer'

Aristotle. Nietzsche. Buffy? The blond heroine of the campy TV series "Buffy the Vampire Slayer," as well as other works by creator Joss Whedon, will be the focus of a three-day academic conference beginning Friday at Henderson State University.

The show starring Sarah Michelle Gellar won cult fame and critical praise during its seven seasons on The WB and UPN networks.

Since it ended, the series has spawned enough academic books on the philosophy surrounding the roles of friendship and feminism to fill a 15-foot-wide bookshelf at the college in Arkadelphia, said Kevin Durand, an associate professor of philosophy.

Durand said more than 90 academic papers will be discussed at the conference. He expects about 150 people to attend and discuss the vampire slayer and Whedon's other works, including the television series "Firefly" and "Angel." Another point of discussion will be a lesser-known part of Whedon's work - his screenplay for the hit animated film "Toy Story."

'Buffy the Vampire Slayer'



In The Kitchen With BartCop & Friends


Typo On Diplomas Embarrass

Westlake High School

A Cleveland-area principal says he's embarrassed his students got proof of their "educaiton" on their high school diplomas.

Westlake High School officials misspelled "education" on the diplomas distributed last weekend. It's been the subject of mockery on local radio.

Principal Timothy Freeman says he sent back the diplomas once to correct another error. When the diplomas came back, no one bothered to check things they thought were right the first time.

The publisher has reprinted the diplomas a second time and sent them to the 330 graduates.

Westlake High School


Actress Ashley Judd walks on the track after she watched her husband, NASCAR driver Dario Franchitti, race during qualifying for the NASCAR Sprint Cup Series Pocono 500 auto race in Long Pond, Pa., Friday, June 6, 2008.
Photo by Nam Y. Huh

The Ainu Museum


Japan Recognises Indigenous People


Japan on Friday for the first time recognised the Ainu as an indigenous people, pledging to support the traditionally nature-worshipping community that has endured centuries of discrimination.

It is a landmark step for Japan, which has prided itself on being ethnically homogeneous but where the Ainu have sharply lower incomes and educational levels.

Parliament unanimously approved a resolution recognising the Ainu and calling for "immediate" support to the community. The move is primarily symbolic, although it will likely open the way for economic aid.

The resolution recognises for the first time that the Ainu "are an indigenous people with a distinct language, religion and culture."



I'm Pissed
(formerly 'The Vidiot')


CMT Wrestling Show

Former Celebrities

Danny Bonaduce, Dennis Rodman and Dustin "Screech" Diamond are heading into the ring to compete in CMT's upcoming reality series "Hulk Hogan's Celebrity Championship Wrestling."

Also on board are Todd Bridges ("Diff'rent Strokes"), super-heavyweight boxer ButterBean, Trishelle Cannatella ("The Real World"), Erin Murphy (Tabitha Stephens on "Bewitched"), Frank Stallone, '80s pop star Tiffany and Playboy playmate Nikki Ziering.

They will compete to be named "Celebrity All-Star Wrestling Champion" based on their performance in various challenges that will include mastering complex wrestling moves, talking trash and working an audience.

Production on the eight-episode series is under way in Los Angeles for a fall premiere.

Former Celebrities


James Taylor performs the national anthem before Game 1 of the NBA basketball finals between the Los Angeles Lakers and Boston Celtics on Thursday, June 5, 2008, in Boston.
Photo by Winslow Townson

Top 10 Strange Phenomena of the Mind


Invades Privacy


A Pittsburgh woman who sent Comcast Corp. a check made out for "My Right Arm and Zero Dollars" is up in arms because she says someone published a copy of the check on the Internet.

Krista Cooney and her husband Chad are suing the Philadelphia-based cable television company for invasion of privacy. They say an unknown Comcast employee circulated a copy of the check - containing their personal banking information - along with a snide comment. They say a Colorado man saw the image and alerted them.

The suit says Cooney sent the check last summer because she was unhappy with a large bill she received after subscribing to bundled services for her cable television, Internet and telephone.



The Classic Science Fiction Channel


Visits Larry King

Ed McMahon

Ed McMahon blames the possible foreclosure of his multimillion-dollar Beverly Hills house on a set of problems all too familiar to many Americans: a foundering economy, health problems and poor planning.

"If you spend more money than you make, you know what happens," McMahon said Thursday night on CNN's "Larry King Live." "You know, a couple of divorces thrown in, a few things like that. And, you know, things happen."

McMahon, 85, appeared with his wife, Pamela. The couple said they are $644,000 behind on their mortgage payments and are in negotiations with lender Countrywide Home Loans Inc. to set a foreclosure date.

McMahon, in a neck brace, said he had stopped working since he broke his neck in a fall 18 months ago. He didn't elaborate.

Ed McMahon

KCAL-9 (part of the CBS duopoly in LA) reported Thursday that Ed McMahon was worth over $200 million in 1990.


This photo provided by Christie's in New York shows a silk Persian rug, dating from the 16th or 17th century, and most recently owned by tobacco heiress Doris Duke before she died and left it to the Newport Restoration Foundation. The 7'7' x 5'7' rug, sold by Christie's auction house Tuesday, June 3, 2008 on behalf of the foundation, fetched a record $4.45 million.

Math for the Layman


Ancient Grave Found During Subway Work


Greek authorities say subway construction work in the northern city of Thessaloniki has unearthed an ancient grave with a wealth of golden jewelry.

The 2,300-year old grave contained a female skeleton, accompanied by four gold wreaths and gold earrings in the shape of dogs' heads set with semiprecious stones.

A Culture Ministry statement said Friday that the grave goods included a bronze mirror, a bronze vase and six clay pots.

The woman had been buried in a wooden coffin, traces of which survived. The ministry said part of the grave had been destroyed by a modern sewage pipe.



How to Determine Your Face Shape


Endangered Bird Making Comeback

Regent Honeyeater

Australian officials say they are having success with a captive breeding program aimed at saving an endangered native bird, the regent honeyeater.

Twenty-seven of the yellow and black birds were fitted with radio transmitters and released May 1 into Chiltern Mount Pilot National Park in Victoria state. The site, about 300 miles (500 kilometers) southwest of Sydney, was picked because it is home to the box and ironbark forests the birds prefer.

So far, the birds have thrived, with 22 of the 27 sighted daily in the park and only one confirmed dead, park officials and conservationists said Friday.

Conservationists also said the captive-bred birds quickly adapted to their new homes and began interacting with wild populations in the park. In fact, the first wild birds seen in Chiltern in 18 months arrived only after the captive birds were released.

Regent Honeyeater


A giant fork sculpture, created in 1995 by Swiss artists Jean-Pierre Zaugg and Georges Favre, is pictured on the shores of Lake Leman in front of the Alimentarium, the Food Museum, in Vevey June 4, 2008.
Photo by Denis Balibouse

Friends of Williamson's Tunnels


Sold At Record Price

Black Watermelon

A jumbo black watermelon auctioned in Japan on Friday fetched a record $6,100, making it one of the most expensive watermelons ever sold in the country.

In a society where melons are a luxury item commonly given as gifts, the watermelon's hefty price tag followed another jaw-dropping auction last month, when a pair of "Yubari" cantaloupe melons sold for a record $23,500.

The 17-pound, black-skinned "Densuke" watermelon, a variety grown only on the northern island of Hokkaido, was purchased Friday by a marine products dealer who said he wanted to support local agriculture, according to Kyodo News agency.

The price was the highest on record for a Densuke watermelon, said Kazuyoshi Ohira, a spokesman for the Tohma Agricultural Cooperative in Hokkaido. Most retail at department stores and supermarkets for a more modest $188 to $283, Ohira said.

Black Watermelon




Newspapers Run Fake Airline Ads


Derrie-Air has been exposed. Readers of The Philadelphia Inquirer and Philadelphia Daily News opened their papers Friday to see ads for a new airline called Derrie-Air, which purportedly charges passengers by the pound.

But the new carrier will never get off the ground. It's a one-day advertising campaign about a fake airline by Philadelphia Media Holdings, the papers' owner, and Gyro ad agency.

In light blue banners throughout the papers - as well as on their Web site, - Derrie-Air cheerily trumpets its policy: The more you weigh, the more you pay. The ads direct readers to the Web site

Visitors to the airline site learn that Derrie-Air is the world's only carbon-neutral luxury airline, and it justifies its fare policy by saying that it takes more fuel to move heavier objects. The carrier pledges to plant trees to offset every pound of carbon its planes release into the atmosphere.



MyFolia | Organise, track & share your gardening adventures


A silverback male gorilla, named 'Kelly', grabs as many carrots as possible after being fed a vegetarian diet prepared by 10 top Los Angeles Chefs as a preview for the Greater Los Angeles Zoo Association 'Beastly Ball,'at the Los Angeles Zoo on Thursday, June 5, 2008. The Beastly Ball being held June 14th is the main fundraiser held by GLAZA, a private, non-profit organization that raises money for the city-owned Los Angeles Zoo and Botanical Gardens.
Photo by Damian Dovarganes

lunar phases

Subscribe to BartCop!

Click Here!

My Guest Map

page of flags

Erin Hart Show Links


Shameless Commerce's Buy Bruce's Anecdote Books

Newton's Castle

Custom Kaleidoscopes by Ed the "BearMan"

The Lonesome Mongoose

progressive books, liberal minds

Media Matters

Blah 3

What Really Happened

The Iraq Page

Today In Iraq

Freeway Blogger

Newhead News

I'm Not Sorry

The Republican Dictionary

Unpopular Ideas

Project for the OLD American Century

The Sideshow - by Avedon Carol

skippy the bush kangaroo

2 Dudes

Izzy Guaal

The Mr. Nice Guy Show

The Ointment

DommeCile ... Abandon Hope

Twisted Barbie


Woodstock Preservation Alliance


War Is A Racket - Major General Smedley Butler

The War Prayer - Mark Twain


Who served?


Bill Clinton - Chris Wallace/Faux News - 09/23/06 - Transcript

Stephen Colbert - White House Correspondents' Association Dinner Transcript

100 Most Banned Books

Photos from D.C. - Nancy Maynard


Church of Reality - click here for more information


Disinfotainment Today - Click Here!


Click Here!

Click Here!

After Downing Street : Click Here!

Saint Clinton

Raw Story - Click Here!

Click Here!

FlashRing - Click Here!

Drink In Hand - Click Here!

Click Here!


Welcome !

You have reached the Home page of BartCop Entertainment.
Make yourself home, take your shoes off...
Go ahead, scratch it if it itches.

The idea is to have fun.

Do you have something to say?
Anything that increased your blood pressure, or, even better, amused or entertained?

Do you have a great album no one's heard?
How about a favorite TV show, movie, book, play, cartoon, or legal amusement?
A popular artist that just plain pisses you off?
A box set the whole world should own?
Vile, filthy rumors about Republican musicians?
Just plain vile, filthy rumors?
This is your place.

(In other words, submissions are welcome.)

Send mail to Marty
( SuprmChaos at yahoo dot com )

Or this Marty
( SuprmChaos at aol dot com )

Or this Marty
( SuprmChaos at hotmail dot com )

Or this Marty
( marty at suprmchaos dot com )

Thank you


Previous Issue

BartCop Entertainment Archives



Return to BartCop

"Management reserves the right to edit, yada yada."

''You send it to me, it's mine.''

Legal Stuff

Established 26 July, 2001

Who Links Here

Heh heh heh

©  2008