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Not Yet | June 09, 2008
A Man Without a Country | March 24, 2008
GWB: the 19% President | February 22, 2008
The Real State of This Union | January 28, 2008
Computers Are Not The Answer | January 25, 2008
This Mess We’re In | January 16, 2008
Super, Part 13 | November 25, 2007
Into the Wild | October 02, 2007
To TiVo or Not to TiVo, Fall 2007, pt.1 | October 01, 2007
Announcing: Done Gone | August 30, 2007
The Most Important Opinion | August 23, 2007
Blood, Oil and the Iraqi Parliament | August 13, 2007
An Immigration Solution | June 19, 2007
GWB: America’s Soul | May 30, 2007
Army of God: a Review of Jesus Camp | May 22, 2007
Super, Part 12 | May 08, 2007
The Other Civil War | April 13, 2007
Iraq War, Congressional Math | March 16, 2007
Super, Part 11 | February 20, 2007
Don’t Call It a Surge | January 10, 2007
Dreamgirls, a Review | December 15, 2006
Saving the Internet | November 21, 2006
The Injustice Conspiracy | October 31, 2006
Super, Part 10 | September 12, 2006
The Mysterious Case of the Writing on the Window | August 10, 2006
Summertime - a CSP Mix | August 01, 2006
Super, Part 9 | July 21, 2006
The Bush Doctrine is a Failure | July 10, 2006
Super, Part 8 | June 22, 2006
The Breakup, a Review | June 06, 2006
coming up on mid-life | May 23, 2006
Dear Mr. President | May 16, 2006
Revolutionary - a CSP Mix | April 27, 2006
GWB: Revelation | April 24, 2006
Super, Part 7 | April 20, 2006
Iran Nuclear Folly | April 13, 2006
Super, Part 6 | March 16, 2006
Ports in a Storm | February 23, 2006
Super, Part 5 | February 16, 2006
Live in Love - a CSP Mix | February 09, 2006
Republic of Fear | February 07, 2006
Secularism Before Democracy | January 30, 2006
Super, Part 4 | January 05, 2006
GWB: Rex Perpetuus | January 05, 2006
Super, Part 3 | December 19, 2005
Happy Holidays - a CSP Mix | December 15, 2005
The Artists, the Virus and the Spectacular Failure | December 12, 2005
Harry Potter and the Goblet of Fire, a Review | November 25, 2005
Should We Kill Tookie Williams? | November 17, 2005
Super, Part 2 | November 15, 2005
Good Night, and Good Luck: a Review | November 02, 2005
The Constant Gardener: a Review | November 02, 2005
The Interpreter: a Review | November 02, 2005
Super, Part 1 | October 27, 2005
To TiVo or Not to Tivo? (part 2) | October 20, 2005
George W. Bush: Legacy | October 11, 2005
To TiVo or Not to Tivo? (part 1) | September 22, 2005
Brokenhearted | September 15, 2005
Unprepared | September 06, 2005
Who Would Jesus Assassinate? | August 24, 2005
GWB: Blameless | August 16, 2005
the Plan | July 25, 2005
We Are Not Winning | July 07, 2005
Fortress Around Your Inbox | June 30, 2005
Failing Upward | June 27, 2005
Batman Begins, a Review | June 16, 2005
the Ultimates, a Review | June 06, 2005
Joe | May 31, 2005
Star Wars, Episode III: Revenge of the Sith, a Review | May 19, 2005
Going Nuclear | May 16, 2005
She and GWB | May 12, 2005
Life_v1.1 - 05/05/05 | May 05, 2005
A Live Boy, Part 10 | April 21, 2005
Fever Pitch, a Review | April 11, 2005
State of the Union ‘05, a Response | February 03, 2005
A Live Boy, Part 9 | January 06, 2005
Lord of the Rings: the Return of the King: Extended Edition Review | December 22, 2004
United States Burning | December 06, 2004
A Live Boy, Part 8 | December 02, 2004
Anticipating Episode III | November 11, 2004
This Fateful Night | November 03, 2004
My Conservative Dad: Election ‘04, Part 8 | October 28, 2004
A Live Boy, Part 7 | October 25, 2004
My Conservative Dad: Election ‘04, Part 7 | October 18, 2004
Random Werewolf | October 15, 2004
Christopher Reeve, an Actor | October 11, 2004
My Conservative Dad: Election ‘04, Part 6 | September 30, 2004
My Conservative Dad: Election ‘04, Part 5 | September 16, 2004
An Ode to Minot, ND | September 13, 2004
My Conservative Dad: Election ‘04, Part 4 | September 09, 2004
A Live Boy, Part 6 | August 26, 2004
A Live Boy, Part 5 | August 12, 2004
My Conservative Dad: Election ‘04, Part 3 | July 21, 2004
Akrotatos is Handsome | July 19, 2004
GWB: Shame on Sudan | July 12, 2004
Farenheit 9/11: a Review | June 28, 2004
A Live Boy, Part 4 | June 24, 2004
Troy, a Review | May 27, 2004
My Republican Dad: Election ‘04, Part 2 | May 18, 2004
A Live Boy, Part 3 | May 13, 2004
A Live Boy, Part 2 | April 22, 2004
My Republican Dad: Election ‘04, Part 1 | April 15, 2004
Hellboy, a Review | April 05, 2004
David Has a Point—But in This Case… | April 01, 2004
A Live Boy, Part 1 | March 29, 2004
Spain, Terror and the War in Iraq | March 19, 2004
The Real L-Word | March 11, 2004
Matrimonial Discrimination | February 24, 2004
GWB: Mission to Mars | February 12, 2004
Life v1.1 - 01/19/04 | January 19, 2004
LOTR: The Return of the King, a Review | December 17, 2003
Quicksilver, a Review | December 04, 2003
Dinner Without Mom | November 20, 2003
We are Liars and a Traitors | November 06, 2003
Stay Sweet Stay Happy | October 23, 2003
Los Angeles: Strike City | October 20, 2003
My Last Four Months | October 06, 2003
Broadway Bound: Four Reviews | June 30, 2003
GWB: Mandate from God | June 23, 2003
Santorum, in His Own Words | April 28, 2003
10 Reasons I’m Still In Love With Jennifer Aniston | April 28, 2003
Life_v1.1 - 04/21/03 | April 21, 2003
Triumph | April 14, 2003
Life_v1.1 - 04/14/03 | April 14, 2003
What Now? | March 25, 2003
On the Brink: Some War-Time Reading | March 19, 2003
Point/Counterpoint: *NSYNC | March 10, 2003
My Outrage | February 24, 2003
Life_v1.1 - 02/18/03 | February 18, 2003
Review Haiku | February 18, 2003
Life_v1.1 - 02/03/03 | February 03, 2003
Far from Heaven, a Review | January 27, 2003
Blood Work, a Review | January 27, 2003
Frida, a Review | January 20, 2003
Catch Me If You Can, a Review | January 20, 2003
Life_v1.1 - 01/06/03 | January 16, 2003
Adaptation & Max: 2 Reviews | January 13, 2003
About a Boy, a Review | January 13, 2003
Chicago, a Review | January 13, 2003
Hard Candy X-Mas | December 23, 2002
Lord of the Rings: the Two Towers, a Review | December 16, 2002
Life_v1.1 - 12/09/02 | December 09, 2002
An Open Letter to LA Lakers Fans | December 02, 2002
Other Homeland Security Additions | November 25, 2002
The Fellowship of the Ring: Extended Version, a Review | November 18, 2002
Monday, November 11: the Haikus | November 11, 2002
Pains of Youth: a Theater Review | November 04, 2002
One Year Gone | September 10, 2002
I Think I’ll Adopt a Kid | August 12, 2002
GWB: Cowboy | August 05, 2002
Bush Declares Gore Enemy Combatant | July 29, 2002
Life_v1.1 - 07/22/02 | July 22, 2002
GWB Luvs God Stuff | July 15, 2002
Civil Liberty vs. Bush’s War on Terror | June 24, 2002
Life_v1.1 - 06/17/02 | June 17, 2002
Life_v1.1 - 06/10/02 | June 10, 2002
Star Wars, Episode II: Attack of the Clones, A 12:01 Showing Hurrah | May 16, 2002
Life_v1.1 - 05/06/02 | May 06, 2002
Funny Stuff 04-30-2002 | April 30, 2002
Funny Stuff 04-22-2002 | April 22, 2002
Giskard is Not Sexy! | March 26, 2002
My Movie | February 18, 2002
Funny Stuff 01-28-02 | January 28, 2002
Gandalf the Gay | December 10, 2001
Goodbye George | December 03, 2001
Biometric Scanning and Civil Rights, Part 1 | December 03, 2001
Funny Stuff 11-26-01 | November 26, 2001
Worst American Pride T-Shirt Slogans | October 29, 2001
Funny Stuff 10-15-01 | October 15, 2001
Funny Stuff 10-09-01 | October 09, 2001
President Bush Ups the Ante | September 30, 2001
A Measured Response | September 17, 2001
Nostradamus Nonsense | September 15, 2001
An Interview with SmarterChild | August 31, 2001
Spam: Get Over It | August 31, 2001
Moving Day Tips | August 24, 2001
www.normarae.union | July 29, 2001
Jurassic Park III, a Review | July 23, 2001
A.I., a Review | July 09, 2001
Swordfish, Tailor of Panama and The Man Who Cried: 3 Short Reviews | June 17, 2001
die, McVeigh, die | June 11, 2001
Weekend Trip to North Dakota: a Review | June 10, 2001
The Lord of the Rings: The Fellowship of the Ring, a (P)review | May 29, 2001
So Long and Thanks for…Everything | May 12, 2001
For Ma | May 12, 2001
Babylon 5, a Review | May 06, 2001
Some Guidelines | April 16, 2001
I’m Sorry, So Sorry | April 08, 2001
Someone Set Up Us the Bomb | April 08, 2001
A Eulogy for eToys | March 11, 2001
Kansas Curriculum Gems | February 21, 2001
Love Cockroach | February 14, 2001
I Could Write a Book | February 06, 2001
Overrun by Gnomes | January 30, 2001
CSATFCWB Album Covers: Fear the Lawn Gnomes | January 23, 2001
Ali & Ocean’s Eleven: 2 Reviews | January 14, 2001
My LOTR Diary | January 07, 2001
Lord of the Rings: The Fellowship of the Ring, a Review | January 07, 2001
Car Safety | July 15, 2000
A Message from the Los Angeles Tourism Bureau | June 20, 2000
Anna and the King, a Review | June 20, 2000
Fear the Lawn Gnomes Napkin | March 18, 2000
World Tour Poster | October 10, 1999
Bowfinger, a Review | July 30, 1999
Eyes Wide Shut, a Review | July 27, 1999
Star Wars Episode I: the Phantom Menace | July 21, 1999
South Park:  Bigger, Longer, Uncut | July 07, 1999
Ah, Infocom | July 01, 1999
DealMac | April 12, 1999
Drop Dead Gorgeous, a Review | March 08, 1999
American Pie, a Review | January 15, 1999
Ally McBeal, a Review | January 01, 1999
David Nett's Bio
David Nett Portrait David is an actor, writer and producer in Los Angeles. He's the founder and editor-in-chief of CSP, and a founding producer of the acclaimed Lucid by Proxy theater company. Despite all this, he still has to hold down a day job in the dot-com world, where he does product and interaction design. His acting has been called "committed," "detailed," "fearless," "hilarious" and "heart-rending" by the LA Times and Backstage West. His writing has been called "articulate and commanding" and "eminently readable" by Flak Magazine. His tenth grade Geometry teacher said he "does not work well in groups."
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