Roger Ebert

An index of blog posts tagged ‘Roger Ebert’ here at MarkCz.com.
Shaving cream switch: Goodbye shaving gel, hello Cremo

Shaving cream switch: Goodbye shaving gel, hello Cremo

After years of annoyance, I have ditched my blue shaving gel for a new type of shaving cream, and I am a happier man. The new stuff is Cremo Astonishingly Superior Shave Cream. It helps my razor glide smoothly across my face, resulting in a nice, close shave. It has a...

May the 4th be with you: Happy Star Wars Day!

May the 4th be with you: Happy Star Wars Day!

To celebrate Star Wars Day, please enjoy the hilarious Late Night with Conan O'Brien segment featuring Triumph, the Insult Comic Dog at the premiere of Star Wars: Episode II - Attack of the Clones in New York City. You can see more classic Triumph and Conan segments...

Attention, Richard Roeper: The new media flows two ways

I am lying on the sofa just now, reading a 5,500-word entry in Roger Ebert's Journal about Bill Nack and Mark Twain and the beauty of ordinary language, masterfully employed. Roger Ebert publishes one of these wonders every few days in his online Journal — long,...

Roger Ebert

An index of blog posts tagged ‘Roger Ebert’ here at MarkCz.com.

Shaving cream switch: Goodbye shaving gel, hello Cremo

After years of annoyance, I have ditched my blue shaving gel for a new type of shaving cream, and I am a happier man. The new stuff is Cremo Astonishingly Superior Shave Cream. It helps my razor glide smoothly across my face, resulting in a nice, close shave. It has a...

May the 4th be with you: Happy Star Wars Day!

To celebrate Star Wars Day, please enjoy the hilarious Late Night with Conan O'Brien segment featuring Triumph, the Insult Comic Dog at the premiere of Star Wars: Episode II - Attack of the Clones in New York City. You can see more classic Triumph and Conan segments...

Attention, Richard Roeper: The new media flows two ways

I am lying on the sofa just now, reading a 5,500-word entry in Roger Ebert's Journal about Bill Nack and Mark Twain and the beauty of ordinary language, masterfully employed. Roger Ebert publishes one of these wonders every few days in his online Journal — long,...

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