Phillips & Feldman: Oscar Talk

Posted January 18, 2017 by mefeld
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The Siskel & Ebert of today, Phillips & Feldman talk that Oscar talk.

Michael Phillips, Chicago Tribune film critic, Michael Feldman, critic-at large

https://itunes.apple.com/us/podcast/does-tom-ford-bug-you/id1164743623?i=1000380103742&mt=2

The Russian Frank Sinatra

Posted January 9, 2017 by mefeld
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The problem with all this with love to Russia stuff is your younger alt-righters (cool sounds like all-nighters) never experienced them at their most obvious, like when they were going to put nuclear missiles 87 miles off Miami Beach, or when they put up the wall to die for in Germany.

What’s needed is a sense of what it is to be Russian, and what it is to be Russian does this with Frank Sinatra:

–Joseph Kobzon, the Russian Frank Sinatra

Whad’ya Know on iTunes–It’s Apple Pie for the Face

Posted January 9, 2017 by mefeld
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Whad’ya New! Saison Le Printemps 2017!

Posted January 3, 2017 by mefeld
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Bright Side of the Dark Ages

Posted December 23, 2016 by mefeld
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Bright Side of Dark Ages

 

 

OK, it wasn’t the Renaissance, but if you like religious paintings, decent weather and steady work as a serf it was pretty darn good. But, with a new one quite possibly coming, it’s good to know a lot of fine, or at least useful, and innovative things came from the Dark Ages:

 

Romanesque, if you care for that sort of thing

Algebra, ditto

Universities

Monks

Beer (see Monks)

Chaucer

Cathedrals

Genghis Khan DNA

Crop rotation

Gunpowder

Voting

 

Chanukahmas for 2016

Posted December 21, 2016 by mefeld
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Despite there being absolutely no requests for it, I give you, once again, Chanukahmas, a workaround for mixed marriages (Jewish and other, not one between a man & a woman) allowing them to celebrate both holidays with enthusiasm if not zeal.

I am indebted to Funky Drummer 4d09200941a16-preview-300 Clyde Stubblefield both for this adorable picture and for sitting behind me on the drums and providing rim shots.  Merry Happy, Michael

PS catch the rest of the hilarity and the polka madness on Whad’ya Know Podcast on iTunes, Stitcher and Google Play  ‘Holiday Office Party’

 

From the Home Office Michael Feldman Being Patreonizing

Posted December 20, 2016 by mefeld
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Podcasts are not all glamor. In fact if there is any glamor it isn’t coming from me.

Of course, I’m not in it for the glamor. Or the grammar, which, despite being a former English teacher, I have me some trouble with.

If you haven’t heard it yet, you will be surprised to hear how much the Whad’ya Know podcast sounds like your father’s Whad’ya Know, but, did you know, that takes a lot of skills that I cannot honestly claim to have– putting it together, getting the money to do it, getting John, Jeff, Stephanie & Lyle to sign on & keeping them happy, so, HR, promotion and distribution, combing and spinning, and several others I don’t even have a name for. One thing I will not do is fracking. Thank you.

No rest for the wicked, as Mom used to say, but I’m not complaining, but, I am cajoling, because it’s one of my many duties. If you listen to the Whad’ya Know Podcast on iTunes, Stitcher and Google Play and think, “hmm, not too bad,” if you could see a place for it in your podcast line-up, you could, for as little as $3 US, subscribe at https://www.patreon.com/michaelfeldman, Patreon being a wonderful service for funding all sorts of creative enterprises.

And now, in lieu of those poor caged dogs, Michael Feldman