‘Terminator: Dark Fate’ Review: This Isn’t the Worst ‘Terminator’ Movie, but It Should Definitely Be the Last One

Linda Hamilton is more of a badass than ever, but this painfully generic action movie proves that the “Terminator” franchise is obsolete.

BY David Ehrlich @davidehrlich | IndieWire

“Terminator: Dark Fate”

Despite being the sixth installment of a franchise that hasn’t really been relevant since the collapse of the Soviet Union, Tim Miller’s competent but coma-inducing “Terminator: Dark Fate” has no reason to feel this far past its expiration date.… Continues

Joe Biden worked with whistleblower when he was vice president, officials reveal

by Rob CrillySteven Nelson, & David M. Drucker | Washington Examiner

The 2020 Democratic candidate with whom the CIA whistleblower had a “professional” tie is Joe Biden, according to intelligence officers and former White House officials.

Lawyers for the whistleblower said he had worked only “in the executive branch.”… Continues

Herb Geller – Stax Of Sax

Herb Geller – Stax Of Sax


00:00 A1 Nightmare Alley (Herb Geller)

06:07 A2 A Cool Day (Herb Geller)

13:12 A3 The Princess (Herb Geller)

17:26 B1 Change Partners (Irving Berlin)

24:25 B2 It Might As Well Be Spring (Hammerstein-Rogers)

Alto Saxophone – Herb Geller

Bass – Leroy Vinnegar

Drums – Tony Vazley

Piano – Walter Norris

Vibraphone – Victor Feldman

1958 … Continues

Elizabeth Hurley, 54, goes blond for sexy ‘Kill Bill’ Halloween costume: ‘Absolute babe’

By Erin Donnelly | Yahoo Lifestyle

Elizabeth Hurley swapped her brunette locks for a blond wig with her Kill Bill-inspired Halloween costume. (Photo: REUTERS/Eric Gaillard)

Forget her wildly popular bikinis: Elizabeth Hurley’s latest Instagram snap is all about The Bride.

Kicking off her Halloween celebrations a few days early, the English actress and swimsuit designer swapped her two-pieces for a yellow jumpsuit — saucily zipped down low — to channel Uma Thurman’s butt-kicking Bride/Beatrix Kiddo character from Kill Bill Vol.Continues

No bonuses for white-collar Boeing employees this year

By Dominic Gates, Seattle Times aerospace reporter | The Seattle Times

Boeing 737 MAX airplanes, in different stages of completion, sit along the Renton Municipal Airport runway adjacent to the Boeing final assembly factory in October. (Mike Siegel / The Seattle Times)

Boeing will not pay annual bonuses to its management, executives or unionized engineers and white-collar workers next February, payouts that for many years have pumped millions of extra dollars into the accounts of employees in the Puget Sound region and beyond.… Continues