why is this man smiling?
might be that i am in the middle of one of the happiest moments in my middle-history!  
on october first - thanks to all of the middlefans who contributed to the crowd-funded franchise resurrection - you will be able to see the awesomeness that was the middleman cast reunion and live reading for absolutely free at www.o2stk.com.
…and perhaps buy the brand new graphic novel “the pan universal parental reconciliation”!
until then - all of the existing middleman graphic novels and videos are available at www.o2stk.com!

why is this man smiling?

might be that i am in the middle of one of the happiest moments in my middle-history!  

on october first - thanks to all of the middlefans who contributed to the crowd-funded franchise resurrection - you will be able to see the awesomeness that was the middleman cast reunion and live reading for absolutely free at www.o2stk.com.

…and perhaps buy the brand new graphic novel “the pan universal parental reconciliation”!

until then - all of the existing middleman graphic novels and videos are available at www.o2stk.com!

nprfreshair
nprfreshair:

TUESDAY - How American politics went tabloid.   The new book All The Truth Is Out, is about how the Gary Hart sex scandal in 1987, ended his presidential candidacy, and was a turning point in how the media cover politics, emphasizing quote character issues, over political experience.  We’ll hear form the book’s author, Matt Bai, former chief political correspondent for the New York Times Magazine.

nprfreshair:

TUESDAY - How American politics went tabloid.   The new book All The Truth Is Out, is about how the Gary Hart sex scandal in 1987, ended his presidential candidacy, and was a turning point in how the media cover politics, emphasizing quote character issues, over political experience.  We’ll hear form the book’s author, Matt Bai, former chief political correspondent for the New York Times Magazine.

lareviewofbooks

lareviewofbooks:

Most of the delinquent parents in this new master narrative are portrayed as inscrutably trying to reinvent themselves at the expense of their dependents.

If this seems a gross generalization, just Google the murderer’s row of the most iconic dramatic series of the Second Golden Age:

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“When Lost was called onstage to receive the Best Dramatic Series Emmy in 2005, I was the chubby guy in the Nehru jacket and thick-rimmed, yellow-lensed glasses standing catty-corner from series co-creator and thank-you-speech-deliverer Damon Lindelof. I suppose I always wanted to win a major award on primetime while dressed like a Bond villain or a waiter.”
My essay “Gilding the Small Screen, or “is it just me or did TV get good all of a sudden?” was just published by the Los Angeles Review of Books!
http://lareviewofbooks.org/essay/gilding-small-screen-just-tv-get-good-sudden/#

When Lost was called onstage to receive the Best Dramatic Series Emmy in 2005, I was the chubby guy in the Nehru jacket and thick-rimmed, yellow-lensed glasses standing catty-corner from series co-creator and thank-you-speech-deliverer Damon Lindelof. I suppose I always wanted to win a major award on primetime while dressed like a Bond villain or a waiter.”

My essay “Gilding the Small Screen, or “is it just me or did TV get good all of a sudden?” was just published by the Los Angeles Review of Books!

http://lareviewofbooks.org/essay/gilding-small-screen-just-tv-get-good-sudden/#