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The Law & Order Channel might actually happen. 1 comment(s)
Oh, bestill my throbbing heart!Add a comment...
This fellow reviews the Extended version in some detail and declares it much, much better than the theatrical release.
I planned to get it anyway, but now I'm excited about it. :)
Polytropos: The Two Towers: Extended, Enhanced, Redeemed
Watching it doesn’t feel like seeing the same movie with some added bits. It’s like watching the real movie for the first time.Well then. We'll be buying it soon, I imagine. 2 comment(s)
It is absolutely a much better movie in this edition. We loved the Fellowship extended edition but this one is world's better. I can't go back to the original version at this point.
I think the one thing keeping me from buying these two 4-disc sets is that I'm concerned come this time next year (or a little later) that they'll release a set with all three movies that has even MORE stuff on it than the extended sets have now. I'd hate to shell out the money now, and then wish I'd waited.Add a comment...
Interview with Jerry Goldman [Creative Commons]
Jerry Goldman is determined to archive every recorded oral argument and bench statement in the Supreme Court since 1955, when the Court began to tape-record its public proceedings.Of immediate interest only to scholars, I suppose, but a great public service nonetheless.
Who knows what people will be able to synthesize from a much more easily-perused public record.
The Scoop :: Tales from the FOIA Crypt
From the National Security Archive's audit of federal agency responsiveness to Freedom of Information Act requests: "In January 2003, the Archive filed FOIA requests asking for copies of the '10 oldest open or pending' FOIA requests at each of the 35 federal agencies that together handle more than 97% of all FOIA requests. Six agencies still have not responded in full, more than ten months later and despite repeated phone contacts."So, meta-requests get stalled too.
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