Monday morning. Let's just it over with. Here's your morning Sift.
A- Man or Maniac? addresses the Romney's "strange church" and a couple of their more outrageous statements of the recent past.
His is a secretive religion, doing secretive things with the 10% of whatever Romney earns in a year. They build huge temples that look like Disney had a hand in designing, fairy-tale palaces forbidden to the likes of you and I.B- Food for Thought samples many a dish at The Bazaar and arrives at a verdict.
Let me state it simply: this is already one of the top restaurants in Miami. It is not exactly ground-breaking, and it is not entirely flawless. But the food is flavorful and fun, sometimes even complex and elegant. The menu is ambitious and diverse. The space, and the staff, all exude elegance without stuffiness. It is a relief to see a chef come to town and not feel compelled to dumb down the brand, but instead seek out ways to expand and adapt it to the local audience.C- Tropicult checks out Robin Van Arsdol and current exhibition Kill Your Idol on Miami Beach.
“The show that is at Kill Your Idol is about Pinocchio’s. It’s a whole exhibition of Pinocchio’s. All of my guys have anxiety, we are all anxious. There are no airplanes, no nuclear bombs or cars.D- The Aurora tragedy will not change anything, according to Bark Bark Woof Woof.
The Screaming Man is about man’s fears, frustrations and paranoias and the woman is the man’s biggest paranoia. We are trying to deal with you girls all the time and we’re completely upside down because we don’t know you.
The NRA is too entwined in the structure to let there be an honest discussion or reasonable cases made, and our elected officials are justifiably afraid that anything they say that could remotely be considered in favor of a well-regulated approach to assault rifles and 100-round drums on AR-15's will bring on the folks in the Elmer Fudd hats with the I AM THE NRA bumper stickers and vote them out of office.