The Fog of War
everyone should go and see that movie/documentary.
i don't wanna blog much about it because i really want to watch it again and pay more attention to various things this time. suffice to say that Robert S. McNamara is a much more sympathetic narrator/interview subject that i expected; the footage is compelling (though the dominoes may have been overdone -just a little. i enjoyed watching them though); and the philip glass score was very cool - that's one of the things i want to pay more attention to the second time around. it's well worth the investment of a couple of hours of undivided attention.
having finished the first part of Trachtenberg's A Constructed Peace, i am going to surrender to my headache and go do something else for a while. it's been a relatively good day.