I went to the theater today to see the new Alfonso Cuaron picture, Children of Men
Bewitched is not a movieization of the old TV show in the strictest sense, but is somewhat more metafictional than that. Bewitched is a movie ABOUT the remake of the old TV show as a new series, and the havoc that accidentally having a real witch, played by Nicole Kidman, as the new Samantha causes.
I’ve decided that movies that I’ve not seen before are going to get the review treatment here, as they do on my LJ. So, rewatching eXistenZ for the umpteeth time won’t get mention here, but renting a hitherto unseen movie, or going to the theater, will.
First up is the 2006 remake of The Wicker Man, starring Nicholas Cage
TPMmuckraker January 5, 2007 04:43 PM
The White House and the Secret Service quietly signed an agreement last spring in the midst of the Jack Abramoff lobbying scandal declaring that records identifying visitors to the White House complex are not subject to public disclosure.
The audacity is stunning. The White House is the residence of our elected president, elected by the people, for the people and of the people, not of a Emperor, an Imperator, Sultan, Czar or any other autocrat. We have the right and even the responsibility to know who visits the White House.
The telephone tax refund is a one-time payment available on your 2006 federal income tax return, designed to refund previously collected federal excise taxes on long-distance or bundled services. It is available to anyone who paid such taxes on landline, wireless, or Voice over Internet Protocol (VoIP) service.
Why is the government refunding these taxes?
Several recent federal court decisions have held that the tax does not apply to long-distance service as it is billed today. The IRS is following these decisions and refunding the portion of the tax charged on long-distance calls. The IRS is also refunding taxes collected on telephone service under plans that do not differentiate between long distance and local calls including bundled service.
The telephone tax continues to apply to local-only service, and the IRS is not refunding taxes charged on local-only service.
The IRS will refund to you the taxes on long-distance or bundled service billed to you for the period after Feb. 28, 2003 and before Aug. 1, 2006. Taxpayers should request this refund when they file their 2006 tax returns.
It’s not much, but definitely do make sure you get yours.
My brother asked for them, so I will deliver.
My predictions for the 2006 NFL Playoffs