Via Maria, “You are a donkey, Mr. Bush,” said Chavez.
Note to Hugo: no, he’s an Elephant.
Today’s articles from Maria
This is what believing in Sharia law begets: the destruction of one of the world’s greatest cultural heritage sites: Swiss documentary on Afghanistan: Pakistani, Saudi engineers helped destroy Buddhas
The Bamiyan Buddhas in Afghanistan were destroyed by the Taliban with the help of Pakistani and Saudi engineers.
The film is due to be shown at the National Gallery of Art in Washington on 26 March.
Mel’s latest: Apocalypto Now, about the Mayans and the ecology. At least you can’t blame global warming on the ancient Mayan SUVs.
My question is, had the movie been about Trinidad, would he have called it Apocalypso?
I’ll be blogging some more later if time allows.
More articles from Maria
Moon over Caracas
Actors in the news:
‘Law & Order’ actor: I know more about war than troops
Robert Redford’s version of Martha Stewart Omnimedia, of which the Sundance Channel is part, has a crew that will film Cindy Sheehan for a weekly reality series on the Sundance Channel. And Susan Sarandon will play Sheehan in a biopic movie.
No word if Dr. Frank-N-Furter will play Karl Rove.