BartCop Entertainment Archives - Sunday, 6 April, 2008


6 April, 2008

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Jason Furman: Fiscal Policy (

Chris Arnold: Yale Money Whiz Shares Tips on Growing a Nest Egg (
The turmoil in the stock market has a lot of people nervous about their retirement savings. If only they had David Swensen investing their money.

Chris Arnold: "The Rebalancing Act: Managing Your Investments" (
Yale guru David Swensen uses a basic formula for creating an investment portfolio. He also has suggestions about how to keep the balance in a volatile market.

ROB HORNING: Renters: Enemies of the Ownership Society (
In light of the recently burst housing bubble and the resulting inflation, this renter is having a hard time maintaining sympathy for borrowers who went in over their heads, buying homes with far more space than needed.

Jim Hightower: TONY MAZZOCCHI (
If you live near any kind of factory, chemical plant, or similar facility, you might have noticed curious smells emanating from those places. What is that stuff?

Mark Morford: The very best thing about Barack Obama (
No, not that. Or that or that or that. It's that other thing, deeper, crazier, intuitive.

Dirty, sexy money: The writer Rupert Smith on his lucrative porn-lit sideline (
With his legit literary career heading for the doldrums, a despondent Rupert Smith took on a 'nom de porn', James Lear, and entered the parallel universe of erotica. Now he sells more copies than Alan Hollinghurst.

Donald Hutera: Dancer Lindsey Butcher defies gravity (
A woman, a plank and a mesmerising aerial dance; Lindsey Butcher explains how to beat gravity on the dance stage.

Bill Brownlee: John McEuen talks about walking the path with fellow trailblazers (McClatchy Newspapers; Posted on
John McEuen has been in the music business for 40 years, most famously with the Nitty Gritty Dirt Band. All that experience has given McEuen plenty to talk about, and he's not shy about saying what's on his mind.

Kris Kristofferson thrills London fans (
The 71-year-old's poignantly descriptive tales of heartbreak, hangovers and Texan troubles were bewitching.

20 Questions: Jenny Owen Youngs (
19. What do you want to say to the leader of your country?
"Stephen Colbert, I love your glasses."

Renée Zellweger - The reluctant movie star (
She may have a hatful of flash homes, but Renée Zellweger tells Lesley O'Toole why she's at her happiest staying in a hotel.


Hillary Balboa Suffers Knockout: Superdelegate Dog Butkus Goes for Obama


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Trivia Question Of The Day

What Oscar-winning actor was known to the Southern California law enforcement community as Old 502 due to his habit of driving under the influence of alcohol ("502" is California police radio code for drunk driving)?

   A:    Gary Cooper
   B:    Broderick Crawford
   C:    William Holden
   D:    Lee Marvin
   E:    Ray Milland

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Trivia Question from Yesterday

Most popcorn comes in two basic shapes when it's popped: What are they?

   A:    Bachelor & Old Maid
   B:    Cumulus & Nimbus
   C:    Crown & Molar
  D:    Mushroom & Snowflake
   E:    Orville & Redenbacher                 Source

Most popcorn comes in two basic shapes when it's popped: snowflake and mushroom. Snowflake is used in movie theaters and ballparks because it looks and pops bigger. Mushroom is used for candy confections (like Cracker Jack) because it doesn't crumble.

Marian the Teacher was first, and correct, with:
   D. Mushroom and Snowflake Where do you get these questions? I love this!!

Charlie replied:
   The two shapes are
  D: Mushroom & Snowflake
  With snowflake, also called "butterfly," being mostly preferred.
  This reminds me of that early Supremes song (1962), which may not actually be about popcorn.
       Buttered Popcorn
       (Berry Gordy, Jr./Barney Ales)
       My baby likes buttered popcorn
       He likes it greasy
       And sticky
       And gooey
       And salty
       I said what do you like
       He says you know what I like
       I like buttered popcorn

       He took me to a show
       He said he wanted some more
       I said kiss me please
       He said after I eat

       I said what do you like
       He says you know what I like
       I like buttered popcorn

       For breakfast, lunch and a dinner too
       He eats buttered popcorn
       Well it worries me so
       I don't know what to do
       When I asked him what was happenin' in the world today
       He said more butter, more butter, more butter, more

       My baby likes buttered popcorn
       He likes it greasy
       And sticky
       And gooey
       And salty
       I said what do you like
       He says you know what I like
       I like buttered popcorn

       For breakfast, lunch and a dinner too
       He eats buttered popcorn
       Well it worries me so
       I don't know what to do
       When I asked him
       What was happenin' in the world today
       He said more butter, more butter, more butter, more

       My baby likes buttered popcorn
       He likes it greasy
       And sticky
       And gooey
       And salty
       I said what do you like
       He says you know what I like
       I like buttered popcorn.

DanD answered:
   The only two kinds of popcorn I've ever discovered (at least at the movie theaters) are "fake butter-oil" soggy and salt-o-Manila-bay dessicated ... . But while the literary styles of high and low cloud formations that look like some perpetually smiling convention of the Osmond family clan seem apparent, it all hearkens back to Orville Redenbacher's immaculate conception of the explosive differences between Mushroom (I prefer psilocybin) maize to the Stellar Dendrites of Snowflake bio-fuel (I'm applying for the campaign job position of creating talking points for pResidential clone-didate John McCain).
  Um, I think "D" is my answer.
  In the meantime, it seems that during the last TQOTD, my compositional dyslexia seized control as I typed: "...while I was growing up in the barrios of N.E. Louisiana (or, as we liked to clarify in Shreveport, East, East Texas) ..." , when I should have intimated: "... while I was growing up in the barrios of N.W. Louisiana ..." ~
  The cultural differences existing between N.W. Louisiana and N.E. Louisiana are so much more dynamic than those contrasting the dissimilarities of Canton and Hong Kong. As was obviousIy apparent, I appropriately failed to grasp my pet rock with my west hand during that particular Google-monkey quiz episode of the day.

mj responded:
   My guess goes to
  D. I've heard Old Maid used to refer to unpopped kernals, so technically that removes A. They don't stretch out thin and wisply or halo like, so B goes away. Molars are concave, and most popped kernals are convex, so no C. Popcorn has been around much longer than the ad icon with the bow tie, glasses and bad suit, so no E.

Alan J replied:
   Mushroom & Snowflake

bebo answered:
   this is a WAG. A: bachelor & old maid.

Chuck responded:
   taking a stab
  I would say A: is the answer. We have always called unpopped kernels "Old Maids"...

And, Sally said:
   Most popcorn comes in two basic shapes when it's popped: The Virgin Mary, and the face of Jesus...
  But, since they are not being offered here, I will have to guess it's the Mushroom & Snowflake (D) - although the cloud forms, Cumulus & Nimbus (B) would have been interesting too...





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In The Chaos Household

Last Night

Overcast morning, sunny afternoon.

Tonight, Sunday:

CBS starts the night with '60 Minutes', followed by a FRESH 'Big Brother 9', then a FRESH 'Cold Case', followed by a recycled 'Dexter'.

NBC opens the night with 'Dateline', followed by a recycled 'Monk', then a recycled 'Psych', followed by a RERUN 'Law & Order: Special Victims Unit'.

ABC begins the night with a FRESH 'America's So-Called Funniest Home Videos', followed by a RERUN 'Extreme Makeover: Home Edition', then a FRESH 'Oprah's Big Fake Reality Show', followed by a FRESH 'Here Come The Newlyweds'.

The CW here has LIVE 'NBA Basketball', with the Rockets visiting the Clips, followed by a FRESH 'The Game', then a RERUN 'Girlfriends'.

Faux has a RERUN 'King Of The Hill', followed by a RERUN 'American Dad', then a RERUN 'Simpsons', followed by a FRESH 'King Of The Hill', then a RERUN 'Family Guy'.

MY has an old 'Raymond', followed by another old 'Raymond', then the movie 'Living Out Loud'.

A&E has 'The First 48', another 'The First 48', still another 'The First 48', and 'The Sopranos'.

AMC offers the movie 'Death Wish 4: The Crackdown', followed by the movie 'Death Wish V: The Face Of Death', then 'Breaking Bad'.

BBC  -   
 [12:00 PM]    Dumped - Episode 2;
 [1:00 PM]    Dumped - Episode 3;
 [2:00 PM]    Dumped - Episode 4;
 [3:00 PM]    The Pink Panther Strikes Again;
 [5:00 PM]    Revenge Of The Pink Panther - Revenge Of The Pink Panther;
 [7:00 PM]    MI-5 - Ep 4 A Prayer for My Daughter;
 [8:00 PM]    Wire In The Blood - Wire In The Blood: Prayer of the Bone;
 [10:00 PM]    My Big Breasts and Me - My Big Breasts And Me;
 [11:00 PM]    Wire In The Blood - Wire In The Blood: Prayer of the Bone;
 [1:00 AM]    My Big Breasts and Me - My Big Breasts And Me;
 [2:00 AM]    Wire In The Blood - Wire In The Blood: Prayer of the Bone;
 [4:00 AM]    My Big Breasts and Me - My Big Breasts And Me;
 [5:00 AM]    Cash in the Attic - Ep. 13 Vita;
 [5:30 AM]    Cash in the Attic - Ep. 14 Jenkinson;
 [6:00 AM]    BBC World News    (ALL TIMES EDT)

Bravo has all 'Law & Order: Criminal Intent' all night.

Comedy Central has the movie 'Malibu's Most Wanted', followed by the movie 'Blue Collar Comedy Tour: One For The Road', then 'Larry The Cable Guy: Morning Constitutions'.

FX has the movie 'The Animal', followed by the movie 'Dodgeball: A True Underdog Story', then 'dirt'.

History has 'Ax Men', 'King', and another 'Ax Men'.

IFC  -   
 [08:00 AM]   The Testament of Dr. Mabuse;
 [10:05 AM]   M;
 [12:00 PM]   The Cassidy Kids;
 [01:45 PM]   Waiting for Guffman;
 [03:15 PM]   House of D;
 [05:00 PM]   The Lesser Evil;
 [06:45 PM]   High Roller: The Stu Ungar Story;
 [08:45 PM]   Raging Bull;
 [11:00 PM]   The Whitest Kids U'Know #209;
 [11:30 PM]   The Whitest Kids U'Know #208;
 [12:00 AM]   Party Monster;
 [01:45 AM]   IFC News Special;
 [02:00 AM]   The Whitest Kids U'Know #209;
 [02:30 AM]   The Whitest Kids U'Know #208;
 [03:00 AM]   Raging Bull;
 [05:15 AM]   Shattered Glass.    (ALL TIMES EST)

SciFi has 'Jason & the Argonauts' (part 1 of 2), followed by 'Jason & the Argonauts' (part 2 of 2).

Sundance  -   
 [07:00 AM]   Ballets Russes;
 [09:00 AM]   Dr. John, LeAnn Rimes & Massive Attack;
 [10:00 AM]   Episode 5;
 [11:00 AM]   Episode 5: Paul Simon + Lorne Michaels;
 [12:00 PM]   Everything's Gone Green;
 [01:45 PM]   Screwback;
 [02:00 PM]   Episode 4: Fair is Foul and Foul is Fair;
 [03:00 PM]   Power;
 [03:40 PM]   Garbage Warrior;
 [05:10 PM]   Episode 1;
 [05:45 PM]   Old Joy;
 [07:00 PM]   The Best of Youth (Part 1);
 [08:35 PM]   The Danish Poet;
 [09:00 PM]   Episode 6;
 [10:00 PM]   Things To Do Before You're 30;
 [12:00 AM]   Bright Future;
 [01:40 AM]   My Big Fat Independent Movie;
 [03:00 AM]   Episode 4;
 [03:30 AM]   Episode 2;
 [04:00 AM]   Things To Do Before You're 30;
 [05:45 AM]   Djangomania!.    (ALL TIMES EST)

 [6:30 AM]      King Solomon's Mines (1937);
 [8:00 AM]      Kim (1950);
 [10:00 AM]      The Strongest Man in the World (1975);
 [12:00 PM]      The 3 Worlds of Gulliver (1960);
 [2:00 PM]      The Rat Race (1960);
 [4:00 PM]      The Big Sleep (1946);
 [6:00 PM]      Shadow of a Doubt (1943);
 [8:00 PM]      Tomorrow (1972);
 [10:00 PM]      The Reivers (1969);
 [12:00 AM]      Sunrise (1927);
 [2:00 AM]      Contempt (1964)    [AKA: 'Le Mépris'];
 [4:00 AM]      Cat On A Hot Tin Roof (1958).    (ALL TIMES EST)

Monday  -  04/06/08

 [6:00 AM]      Man in the Attic (1953);
 [7:30 AM]      The Bigamist (1953);
 [9:00 AM]      Private Screenings: Charlton Heston (1998);
 [10:00 AM]      The Wreck Of The Mary Deare (1959);
 [12:00 PM]      Trapeze (1956);
 [2:00 PM]      Ace In the Hole (1951);
 [4:00 PM]      The Human Comedy (1943);
 [6:00 PM]      Only Two Can Play (1962);
 [8:00 PM]      King Kong (1933);
 [10:00 PM]      Dinner At Eight (1933);
 [12:00 AM]      Little Women (1933);
 [2:00 AM]      42nd Street (1933);
 [3:45 AM]      Queen Christina (1933);
 [5:30 AM]      Festival of Shorts #20 (1999).    (ALL TIMES EST)

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Gary B. Trudeau, cartoonist and creator of 'Doonesbury,' talks with people after he was awarded the 2008 Mental Health Research Advocacy Award at Yale School of Medicine, Saturday April 5, 2008 in New Haven, Conn.
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Release Of Tapes On Hold


A company in a court fight with the Beatles has agreed not to release recordings purportedly made during Ringo Starr's first performance with the group until the case is resolved.

A federal judge on Friday approved the agreement between Apple Corps Ltd., the London-based group formed by the Beatles that helps guard their legacy, and Miami Lakes-based Fuego Entertainment, Inc.

The dispute stems from recordings the Fab Four apparently made in 1962 during a performance at the Star Club in Hamburg, Germany. Eight unreleased tracks are said to be among the recordings, including Paul McCartney singing Hank Williams' "Lovesick Blues" and McCartney and John Lennon singing "Ask Me Why."



In this photo provided by the Istanbul Culture and Art Foundation or IKSV, Italian actress Claudia Cardinale, left, accompanied by Sakir Eczacibasi , Chairman of IKSV, makes a speech after she received a 'Life Achievement Award' in Istanbul, Turkey, late Friday, April 4, 2008, during the opening ceremony of the 27th International Istanbul Film Festival. The festival honored Claudia Cardinale with a 'Life Achievement Award.'

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13 New Episodes

'King of the Hill'

Here's another option for those who can't get enough of the Hills.Fox announced Friday that Hank, Peggy and Bobby will be continuing on as always now that King of the Hill has been renewed for a 13th season. For now, the network has ordered 13 episodes.

There had been some doubt as to whether the stalwart sitcom, the second-longest-running animated show ever in prime time, had enough oomph left for another go-round but, hey, if ER can do it…

King of the Hill, created by Greg Daniels and Beavis and Butt-head mastermind Mike Judge, premiered in 1997 and took home the Emmy for Outstanding Animated Series in 1999 (not exactly matching the nine wins racked up by The Simpsons over the years, but still one more triumph in that category than Family Guy).

'King of the Hill'



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Hit By Demise Of Music Magazines

Record Labels

Harp magazine, which folded last month, is at least the third music magazine to cease publishing in 2008, joining alt-country title No Depression and indie rock mag Resonance in the dead pool.

For a certain section of the indie world focused on a more mature, college-educated demographic, the loss of Harp and No Depression hit especially hard.

"Those two outlets really spoke to our consumer," says John Biondolillo, general manager at Dave Matthews' ATO Records, which handles such critical darlings as singer/songwriters Patty Griffin and David Gray.

The closures of the two magazines might also reflect larger trends for indie labels promoting triple A and alt-country acts. "In the last 18 months, our focus has begun to shift away from print ads and towards online and TV advertising," Biondolillo says. Other labels have sought alternative print publications for advertising:

Record Labels


In this photo released by the Purdue News Service, Drew Wischer of the Purdue Society of Professional Engineers resets his team's machine between rounds of the national Rube Goldberg Machine Contest on Saturday, April 5, 2008 at Purdue University in West Lafayette, Ind. The Purdue team reclaimed the national title after finishing second in the 2007 event.
Photo by Vince Walter

Japan for the Uninvited - Japanese culture from a bemused foreign perspective


Austria Marks 100th Birthday

Herbert von Karajan

Salzburg celebrated the 100th birthday of Austria's acclaimed 20th century conductor Herbert von Karajan on Saturday, with a ceremony attended by President Heinz Fischer.

The ceremony in Karajan's home city, featuring the Vienna Philharmonic Orchestra, was part of a string of musical commemorative events for the maestro throughout the year, in Austria, Great Britain, Germany and Japan.

Salzburg kicked off the celebrations with a performance on January 5 in the venue Karajan had built in 1960. The Mozarteum Orchestra played the same programme with which he made his professional conducting debut in 1929.

Born in Salzburg on April 5, 1908, Heribert Ritter von Karajan studied piano, harmony and composition at the Mozarteum in Salzburg between 1916 and 1926.

Herbert von Karajan


I'm Pissed
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DOJ Sues Over Indecency Fines

Rupert TV

In an unusual move, the Justice Department sued Fox Broadcasting Co. and another broadcaster Friday to collect $56,000 in fines for the broadcast of a raunchy reality show in 2003 that included scenes from bachelor and bachelorette parties.

Fox, a division of Rupert Murdoch's News Corp., said it would not pay the fines because the FCC's decision in the case was "arbitrary and capricious, inconsistent with precedent and patently unconstitutional."

The company appealed again, but on Friday, the FCC "returned without consideration" its claim, saying it was 14 pages over the limit. The agency said the company did not ask permission to exceed those page limits. Fox dubbed the FCC decision "offensive."

It is unusual for an indecency fine to be challenged in federal court. Most cases are resolved at the administrative level within the agency. The case against Fox will essentially start from scratch in a "trial de novo."

Rupert TV


Models dressed in clothing made from used cocoa sacks pose in a park in Abidjan April 5, 2008. Fashion designer Felicite Mai uses the sacks to produce clothes, following a philosophy which she calls "waboua" - that everything is useful.
Photo by Luc Gnago

10 Weird Psychology Studies: Vote Now For Your Favourite


Threatens Yahoo


Yahoo Inc has three weeks to accept Microsoft Corp's $31-a-share cash-and-stock offer or Microsoft may lower its bid and take its offer to Yahoo investors, Microsoft said on Saturday.

Microsoft Chief Executive Steve Ballmer said in a letter dated April 5 and addressed to Yahoo's board of directors that "now is the time" to negotiate final terms of a deal, which, valued at more than $40 billion would mark the biggest-ever takeover in the high-tech industry.

"If we have not concluded an agreement within the next three weeks, we will be compelled to take our case directly to your shareholders, including the initiation of a proxy contest to elect an alternative slate of directors," Ballmer wrote.

Then he threatened to reduce Microsoft's offer if Yahoo failed to meet the deadline: "That action will have an undesirable impact on the value of your company from our perspective which will be reflected in the terms of our proposal."



The 10 Most Disturbing PSA's From Around the World


China Blocks Reporting


It was just after nightfall when three journalists were stopped at a police checkpoint on a winding, rutted road in China's western Sichuan province - territory that had become out of bounds for the foreigners.

Police officers took them to a nearby town and locked them in a hotel overnight. They then escorted the journalists more than 250 miles back to the provincial capital, Chengdu, and left them with a warning.

The routine became drearily familiar over days of fruitless attempts to journey into Tibetan regions where the largest anti-government protests in almost 20 years erupted last month.

Dozens of such checkpoints have sealed off a chunk of western China twice the size of France, keeping out foreign journalists and other unwanted visitors as part of a campaign to squelch bad publicity ahead of the Beijing Olympics in August.



May 68 posters are displayed during an exhibition at Drouot auction house in Paris April 4, 2008. 228 posters will be auctioned during a sale at Drouot auction house April 5, 2008.
Photo by Jacky Naegelen



Shocking! Men Create More Housework


Having a husband creates an extra seven hours of housework each week for women, according to a new study. For men, tying the knot saves an hour of weekly chores.

"It's a well-known pattern," said rationalized lead researcher Frank Stafford, an economist at University of Michigan's Institute for Social Research. "Men tend to work more outside the home, while women take on more of the household labor."

He points out individual differences among households exist. But in general, marriage means more housework for women and less for men. "And the situation gets worse for women when they have children," Stafford said.



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Longest Life Expectancy For Men


Icelandic men have the longest life expectancy in the world, living an average of 79.4 years in 2007, Statistics Iceland said on Thursday.

Icelandic women meanwhile have a life expectancy of 82.9 years, among the highest in the world.

Icelandic men and women lived on average more than 81 years in 2007, not far behind Japan at 82 years and ahead of France at almost 81 years.



Galactic Research Institute of the Foundation for the Law of Time



In Memory

Charlton Heston

Charlton Heston, who won the 1959 best actor Oscar as the chariot-racing "Ben-Hur" and portrayed Moses, Michelangelo, El Cid and other heroic figures in movie epics of the '50s and '60s, has died. He was 84.

Heston spokesman Bill Powers says the actor died Saturday night at his home in Beverly Hills with his wife Lydia was at his side.

Heston revealed in 2002 that he had symptoms consistent with Alzheimer's disease, saying, "I must reconcile courage and surrender in equal measure."

He volunteered his time and effort to the Civil Rights movement in the 1960s, and even marched alongside the Rev. Dr. Martin Luther King Jr. on a number of occasions, including the March on Washington for Civil Rights, 28 August 1963, along with Burt Lancaster, Marlon Brando, Sidney Poitier, Bob Dylan and Harry Belafonte.

In the original (uncut) version of King: A Filmed Record... Montgomery to Memphis (1970), he appears as a narrator.

Originally a Democrat who campaigned for Presidential candidates Adlai Stevenson and John F. Kennedy, he gradually switched to becoming a conservative Republican during the 1960s.

Charlton Heston



Mav,a New Zealand fur seal looks through the glass of a viewing window at the preview of a new exhibit at Sydney's Taronga Zoo Wednesday, April 2, 2008. The Great Southern Ocean exhibit officially opens April 3 and will feature Australian sea lions, Australian fur seals, New Zealand fur seals, California sea lions, leopard seals, penguins and pelicans living in unique displays emulating their natural habitats.
Photo by Mark Baker

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