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  1. Cordelier

    R.I.P. Tommy Heinsohn

    https://www.cbssports.com/nba/news/celtics-legend-tom-heinsohn-dies-at-86-years-old/ This one is a gut shot.... To me, Tommy Heinsohn IS the Celtics. Long-time and HOF player, head coach, and color commentator has passed at 86. I'm pretty sure he and Mike Gorman were one of (if not "the")...
  2. Cordelier

    Democratic Week of Destiny - Will they take the leap?

    This week we're in right now leading up to the South Carolina primary vote on Sat., Feb. 29 (a leap day, fittingly enough) is going to decide the election. It's as simple as that. So, in the interests of clarity and the hopes of pissing off some people and getting a good debate going, I'm going...
  3. Cordelier

    It's not Illegal if the President does it.

    "Well, when the president does it … that means that it is not illegal." --- Former President Richard Nixon, in his 1977 interview with David Frost. That sentiment is Watergate in a nutshell. President Nixon felt that the Presidency imbued him with such power that he literally could do no...
  4. Cordelier

    Angels in Stone: The Nature of Creativity

    We're all aware of the creativity of nature... how it adapts to change, heals scars, and evolves. But what is the nature of creativity? What is it that drives us to push the limits? What fuels the impulsive need we feel for newer, shinier, better? Where does it come from? What's more, just...
  5. Cordelier

    Solaris (1972)

    Has anyone watched Andrei Tarkovsky's Solaris? I've watched it a few times now, and I still feel like I haven't completely wrapped my head around it. I've heard it characterized as the Soviet version of 2001: A Space Odyssey, but as great a movie 2001 was, I don't think the comparison does...
  6. Cordelier

    Kavanaugh SCOTUS Nomination: A Question of Trust

    First off, in the interests of full disclosure, Brett Kavanaugh isn't who I would have picked for the Supreme Court. But I'm not the President, so I don't get to make that call. But just because I disagree with his politics isn't reason to oppose his nomination. Conservatives have every right to...
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