Wednesday, July 28, 2004

The much-vaunted interview with Michael Moore on the O'Reilly factor last night turned out to be something of a letdown. Neither one of these men was ever going to change his mind about his position, so it felt a bit like they were just going through the motions in order to appease their respective fan bases. Still, Moore's "Can we get him signed up?" in response to O'Reilly saying that he would sacrifice himself for U.S. freedom by fighting in Iraq was rather priceless.

I debuted a new column today titled Book vs. Movie, and this first installment deals with the Isaac Asimov short story collection I, Robot versus the Alex Proyas movie adaptation of the ideas therein. I've been an avid reader since childhood, so this subject matter is extremely appealing to me, and I hope you will enjoy it as well. I've already had a reader request to cover The Bourne Supremacy as soon as possible, and I can in fact promise that I will do that one next week. I'm in the middle of the book at the moment and have already seen the film, so that deadline shouldn't be much trouble at all.

If you happen to have a request for Book vs. Movie, drop me a line at


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