Ars Longa, Cindy Adams Longa-er

Who can sit through eight-hour movies today? My patience won’t last that long. Neither will my bladder. Just when the killer is about to get apprehended, I’m in the can… I couldn’t stay longer than “Wolf of.” I never saw the part that went “Wall Street.”

— Today brings an already-classic Cindy Adams column, in which the 83-year-old (who's written a column for the New York Post since the year Phnom Penh fell and Patty Hearst was released from prison and Sid Vicious overdosed) beefs about the length of movies.


A Short Conversation About Mel Gibson's "Jewish Hero" Film

Eric Spiegelman: SHOCKER! Mel Gibson And Joe Eszterhas To Collaborate On Film Telling Jewish Hero Judah Maccabee Story For Warner Bros.

Choire Sicha: oh COME ON.

Eric Spiegelman: jksdhfklasdjhfas.

Choire Sicha: "He has long wanted to make this film about heroic Jews"

Eric Spiegelman: … to lure us into the theater so he can burn it.


Human Being Upset About the Shooting of His Father

"Arbitrary killing is not a solution to political problems." —Omar bin Laden.