Archive for the 'N.B. Forrest' Category

29 October, 2012

Posted by Alex Linder in movies, N.B. Forrest, reviews at 3:07 pm | Permanent Link

Keeper of the Flame (1942) Director: George Cukor Screenwriter: Donald Ogden Stewart ┬áReviewed by: N.B. Forrest I saw this flick last night for the first time, and I felt moved to put fingers to plastic. It stars Spencer Tracy & Katherine “Pep-ridge Fahm” Hepburn, and is about Robert Forrest, a big national hero who dies […]

8 June, 2010

Posted by Alex Linder in N.B. Forrest at 10:48 pm | Permanent Link

(Letter sent to Wall Street Journal kike Robert Frank in response to this column): My, what a triumphant gloat you enjoyed with that one! Yes, such in-yer-goy-face chutzpah is a fool-proof indicator of the sense of power & security felt by you jews at any given moment in history. But of course, the real reason […]

7 June, 2010

Posted by Alex Linder in N.B. Forrest at 2:53 pm | Permanent Link

If Only……. A Short Story By N.B. Forrest Obersalzberg, Germania, November 15th 2000. The immaculate SS men watched the gleaming steel serpent writhe its way up the narrow mountain road on the sunny but cool autumn afternoon. It was composed of a variety of luxurious cars: Mercedes & BMW sedans, several 911s, and a lone […]

28 September, 2009

Posted by Archives in movie reviews, movies, N.B. Forrest at 2:59 am | Permanent Link

Abandon Ship! (1957) by N.B. Forrest. I saw this movie (based on a true story) for the second time last night, and was reminded just what a gem it is. It starred handsome Tyrone Power (the last White man ever to sport the name “Tyrone”, incidentally). He played Alec Holmes, executive officer of the ocean […]

16 September, 2009

Posted by Socrates in cartoons, N.B. Forrest, Socrates at 2:14 pm | Permanent Link
17 August, 2009

Posted by Socrates in N.B. Forrest, Socrates at 11:14 am | Permanent Link

by N.B. Forrest. Just watched a few remarkably lengthy minutes of “Roustabout,” one of Elvis Presley’s impressive ouevre of shit flicks. In a real Actor’s Studio stretch, he plays a Singer With a Chip on His Shoulder, a guy who wears a black leather jacket with pants & gloves to match (so you just know […]

19 April, 2008

Posted by alex in Arboreal Americans, N.B. Forrest at 6:45 pm | Permanent Link

Well, I’ve enjoyed 2 coontact episodes in as many days! Yesterday, I went into Ace Hardware to buy a new cordless phone. A rotund brillo in a red Ace vest loped up to me (almost gave him a quarter for the organ grinder): “Kin ah hep ya?” “Do you have cordless phones?” (One eye closes […]

14 March, 2008

Posted by alex in N.B. Forrest at 5:21 pm | Permanent Link

Another semi-annual prodding of the Lyons.Gene! Hidey-ho, muh brutha! It’s your ol’ pal, the Racist Anti-Semitic Nut from the Old Dominion! We didn’t exchange Christmas cards this year, so I thought I’d drop you a line. In last week’s column, you bemoaned the ‘unfair’ treatment that that sexy babe Hillary is getting versus the oooing […]

14 September, 2007

Posted by alex in Letters, N.B. Forrest at 11:00 am | Permanent Link

Alex: Like you, I take delight in good news of scientific breakthroughs (not that I claim to understand them). I’d read about Kanzius’ salt water burning a few months ago. Here’s a couple more very promising developments on the clean energy front: Superconductor: Drive 500 miles – after a 3-4 minute electric charge? “There’s been nothing big or disruptive, […]

24 August, 2007

Posted by alex in Letters, N.B. Forrest at 10:11 am | Permanent Link

White House Manual Details How to Deal With Protesters By Peter BakerWashington Post Staff WriterWednesday, August 22, 2007; Page A02 “Not that they’re worried or anything. But the White House evidently leaves little to chance when it comes to protests within eyesight of the president. As in, it doesn’t want any. A White House manual […]