The real O.G.Chefs like to complain about culinary school grads who view working in a kitchen as a brief pit stop on the way to televised celebrity, product endorsements, and global jet-setting. But sometimes, the media makes it difficult to blame them.
On Tuesday, BP was supposed to begin testing the new cap over the Gulf oil leak that they say has the potential to stop the gushing flow. So we all waited around, biting our nails, crossing our fingers, and news-surfing for confirmation of success. On Wednesday night, what they said would be ... More >>
Gaz Coombes and Danny Goffey always get excited when the power comes back on.When Brit-rock's ultimate pleasure-seekers Supergrass lost bassist Mick Quinn to the most embarrassing run to the toilet since Slumdog Millionaire a few years ago, singer/guitarist Gaz Coombes and drummer Danny Goffe ... More >>
In what's being called "the world's best passenger complaint letter" (or just a slow news day in England), the Telegraph has published one's man complaint letter to Sir Richard Branson following a nasty meal on a Virgin flight from Mumbai to Heathrow. The letter is over one thousand words, features ... More >>
I have developed a theory about the Friday editions of the Post and Daily News, which is that barring any sort of massive breaking news, the papers stick to "water-cooler" stories on the front page to foster some sort of camaraderie in the work place. It's Friday, you just want to chat it up with yo ... More >>
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William Gibson's Present Tense
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The Feds Enter the Picture
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