car·riage re·turn

n. the lever or mechanism on a typewriter that would cause the cylinder on which the paper was held (the carriage) to return to the left margin of the page

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Asleep in perfect blue buildings

I don’t know if the Democrats are planning to close Barack Obama’s speech tomorrow night with fireworks over Mile High Stadium INVESCO Field,but if they are,they might want to secretly test a few of them in Wyoming beforehand. From the moment Speaker of the House Nancy Pelosi opened the 2008 DNC with a Read on…

I know the world isn’t fair,but why isn’t it ever unfair in my favor?

Gore Vidal’s column over on Truthdig yesterday brought back some feelings of resentment that had faded into the background over the course of the week (I’m in the midst of fall semester finals).

I don’t agree with Mr. Vidal on the particular cause of Rep. Kucinich’s exclusion,however. Please consider his assertion Read on…

ABC. NYPD. On DVD.

I’ve always been more of a movie enthusiast than a television fan,but occasionally I’ll find a show that strikes me just right.

When I started watching NYPD Blue three months ago,I wasn’t sure how much I’d like it. I’ve generally like police dramas,and Steven Bochco was the producer Read on…

Syndicated,Inc.,Indeed

Well,I know what’s on the tube I know just what to see Got my TV Guide with me

I don’t watch a great deal of television. Heck,I don’t even own a television. The last time I watched a series with regularity was five and a half years ago when Six Feet Under had Read on…

Roll Call –12:00 AM

I spent the majority of the day watching the first seven episodes from Season One of Hill Street Blues.  I’ve been a very big fan of the show for about five years now.  I came across reruns of it accidentally one afternoon while I was still in culinary school,about the same time I discovered Read on…