Monday, May 18, 2020


O.C. & Stiggs (1985) Altman adapts National Lampoon. Artsy social satire meets 80's teen comedy is as schizo as it sounds. Still, Ray Walston rules. TIL: The Bible is full of satire and is fine with it, even if it stings, as long as the intent is to edify, not just tear down.

Dad Rock Diary: King Sunny Ade - Aura (1984) Irresistible Jùjú from one of the genre's undisputed masters. Stevie Wonder's guesting on harmonica is just the icing on the cake. Laudable Lyrics: Did you know that true love asks for nothing?

And finally, I ran across this old article on Comic Book Resources about their choices for The Five Best Catholic Superheroes. Any thoughts on why almost all of them resemble (or actually are) demons?

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