In 1989, Ralph Bakshi submitted “This Ain’t Bebop” to PBS’s Imaging America anthology, consisting of four shorts. The whole short is based around one man, played by Harvey Keitel, trying to reclaim the life he once had. It’s origin lies in a poem recanted throughout the short, which was written by Bakshi himself.Declassify >
It has launched! The mobile version of AgentPalmer.com is now live and ready for your smartphone, so you can geek on the go! (You may already know this if you’re viewing this on your phone.)
Of course, it is paired down a bit as far as the wonderful design, that Ryan Lynn created for the desktop version. But all the goodness of the geeky content is more easily accessible from your phone. It’s more geek than your pocket can handle, or maybe just enough.Declassify >
Sports are universally beloved. Geographically, the athletic competitions take on various forms; the NFL, NBA, MLB are strong in America; NHL in Canada; Premier League in Europe; and Cricket in India.
But the now legendary George R. R. Martin wrote about the downfall of them all in “The Last Superbowl,” a fantastically written short story in February 1975’s issue of Gallery Magazine, a men’s magazine.Declassify >
The interrogation of J.B. “Jerry” Manas is fascinating for anyone who has an inclination towards writing, although the concepts and advice wound through this can apply to subjects much broader than just writing. Usually, subjects of my interrogations are pliable, but it took this co-author of The Kronos Interference a little while to open up, and when he did… it wasn’t Intel we found inside, it was wisdom.Declassify >
Spoiler Free Review
I just finished reading The Kronos Interference by Edward Miller and J.B. Manas and it was great!
The cover touts it as “Crichton meets Hitchcock,” and it lives up to that billing and them sum. It is a fantastical look at time travel, and its implications, while weaving a plot of intrigue that is at times scary and scientifically brilliant, while creating amazing historical anomalies.Declassify >