Wong auditioned performers by listening to their tapes, often while driving in her car, until she said her habit of flinging bad music out the window nearly got her in trouble. "One day I almost hit the highway patrol car that was right next to me," she told the Times in 1980.
Wednesday, September 28, 2005
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Monday, September 12, 2005
It began when Roberts was a graduate student. First he had the clever idea of turning his personal problems into research subjects. Then he decided that he would use his own body as a laboratory. Thus did Roberts embark on one of the longest bouts of scientific self-experimentation known to man - not only poking, prodding and measuring himself more than might be wise but also rigorously recording every data point along the way.
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Wednesday, September 07, 2005
London Underground Ad for Harrods Truly British campaign Originally uploaded by Annie Mole.
Thursday, September 01, 2005
A TV show about a terrorist cell will probably never be made.
Ahmed, whose cover is a job as a bike messenger, falls in love with a neighborhood florist - who turns out to be Jewish - but can't get up the nerve to ask her out. "You're bright, you're funny, you're talented," Musab says, urging his comrade on. "Who made the best nail bomb in training camp? You did!"
Posted by Andrew Sherman on Thursday, September 01, 2005