Architecture: all gargoyles are grotesques, but not all grotesques are gargoyles.
Your earlier show “A Victorian Farm” could have been arguably marketed as “the dawn of the Industrial Age”, but it was well past noon by Edward’s time. Why does your marketing department have to embarrass all those poor historians like this?
It’s an equestrian metaphor, not a monarchy metaphor. OK?
There are many things for a history nerd to greatly enjoy about the lush 2007 miniseries of The Tudors, the first season of which is currently showing on cable here in Oz…but now the carping must commence!
I’ve blogged on the “partnership” between the International Breastmilk Project and for-profit human-milk-mining pharmaceutical company Prolacta before. To catch up: Feed the wo-orld”¦ one baby, anyhow. Salon’s “Milk Money”: media scrutiny of the IBMP-Prolacta partnership Milking it in California and… Read More ›