* Patton Oswalt says if you didn't like The Watchmen you should just shut up. Fair enough, but you know, that's not really the title... (via Bill, who promises via Twitter both a blog post and a Poli-Sci-Fi Radio podcast on this soon)
* We all want to flee to the Cleve: a new Bruce Springsteen exhibit opens at the Rock and Roll Hall of Fame on April 1. (Thanks, Brent!)
* Science fiction set in 2009. The Postman and Dark Angel are legit picks—but when your list needs three movies from the last two years, Family Matters, and an episode of Charmed to work, it's time to rethink.
* Is the global economy a Ponzi scheme, are we all Bernie Madoffs, and what comes next?
Sunday, March 08, 2009
Posted by Gerry Canavan at 7:08 PM
Labels: 2009, 30 Rock, Bernie Madoff, capitalism, Cleveland, comics, Dark Angel, ecology, film, Patton Oswalt, Ponzi schemes, rock 'n' roll, science fiction, Springsteen, television, The Postman, Watchmen