Kat's "Kat's Korner: 2012 In Music" Ruth's "Ruth's Radio Report 2012," "2012 in Books (Martha & Shirley)" and Ann's "2012 Best in Film (Ann and Stan)" and Stan's "2012 Best in Film (Ann and Stan)" which we reposted "2012 Best in Film (Ann and Stan)," Third's "TV: The New Conformity," "2012 Killer of the Year," "2012 TV Person of the Year," "2012 Movie of the Year," "2012 Person of the Year," "Kennedy Trait of 2012: Racism," "2012 Book of the Year," and "2012 Trend: Bad attempts at make overs," and "2012: The Year of Avoidance."
Good job by everyone. Second, Jill Serjeant ("Reuters") reports:
Steven Spielberg's presidential drama "Lincoln," musical "Les Miserables" and Kathyrn Bigelow's Osama bin Laden thriller "Zero Dark Thirty" were among 10 films earning Producers Guild Award nominations on Wednesday, as the Hollywood awards season gathered momentum.
I haven't seen this "Les Miserables" yet but hear good things about it. (I'm supposed to see it with friends on Saturday.) I have seen "Zero Dark Thirty" and am really glad it got a nomination. It deserves it.
Now for Netflix.
What the hell?
They need to adjust the rate or offer us a free month or something.
Last night, no Netflix. I go to watch a film and get an error message. I can search Netflix, I just can't get it to play. This is the problem that started Christmas Eve, remember?
If Netflix isn't able to provide dependable service, it's not providing service. Once, okay, But this is ridiculous. Three times in a week and a half.
Going out with C.I.'s "Iraq snapshot:"