August 6, 2006

Audible Althouse #61.

It's a new podcast. I talk about driving and art, and drinking and eating.

The Badlands

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11 comments:

tiggeril said...

Ann, what camera/lens do you use?

Johnny Nucleo said...

The line from Annie Hall is everything you said. But what's also cool about it is that it's funny if read, heard or performed. Christopher Walken was great, but you get any actor reading that line and you got funny.

The fat people bit. Controversial. True, but controversial. Is there a fat people lobby? I would be cautious.

XWL said...

NAAFA.ORG

(any jokes regarding the hotel buffet, or pool area, or gym at the hotel that's hosting their convention this week are all in very, very bad taste)

(in other words, I'm expecting lots of jokes to follow in this comment thread)

Will said...

Another beautiful picture, Ann. Audi should license your photos -- they make the car look irresistible.

Meade said...

Careful, Will. It's not impossible that those photos she posts are nothing other than... imaginative illustrations.

Ruth Anne Adams said...

I'll bet she photoshopped the bugs off of Silvio.

Ann Althouse said...

Somebody needs to photoshop a lot of bugs ONTO Silvio.

Greg said...

Teton. It's pronounced Tee Tawhn, not Teetin.

Greg said...

One more comment from your Wyoming audience, this one regarding you "candyass bison" shots on Instapundit. The only way to take photos of bison that close is the candyass way; otherwise, you might end up on the pointy end of their horns. Rarely a summer goes by that some Swiss or French tourist doesn't try to sidle up to the tranquil bison for a photo op, only to discover that the animal is actually [i]wild[/i]. Next thing they know, they're on their way to the West Park Hospital in Cody.

Meade said...

Fat. It's pronounced Adipose, not Fat.
(Unless of course you're trying to get your chapped ass polyunsaturated commenters all jiggled up and lipidly livid.)

Btw, I think you missed my point when I suggested eating more. Eat more... nutritiously, more times per day, more of what you enjoy and what your body wants. But... and here's the point... move more, burn more calories, strengthen your muscles. You'll lose stored body, ahem, adipose tissue, have more energy, and your body will be more conditioned and fit. Eating less, also known as "dieting," alone, without exercising more, is a guaranteed recipe for failure if your goal is to get in better shape. Don't like to exercise? Don't complain that you don't look or feel good.

Greg said...

Great, now I know a new word for fat, and you and Ann know how to pronounce Teton.