Time for some music.

I love this performance. It has everything – a true artist saying he wishes he’d written someone else’s work, a reference to the Rock and Roll Hall of Fame, an English joke . . .

I’ve been posting some heavy stuff this weekend, but fear not. We’re still a pop culture blog. We regard being smart and funny as a responsibility, and we have plenty of bloggy goodness to send your way this week.

I’ve formed an alliance with The Leather Library to share information and write regularly about government surveillance. You’re invited to join our conversation. If you’re interested, see this page. If not, don’t worry. Think of us as a newspaper. All I am doing with this is making a decision about what to feature on the editorial page. That said, I plan to look at it as a journalist, as an activist, and as a political analyst. So you know that when I post about surveillance, it will be worth reading. I will have more details in the morning.

I hope you had a good weekend, and I hope you have an even better week.

Well played, Geeks of Doom, well played.

Top Ten Bruce Campbell Performances. I would rate the Prince of Thieves higher on the list, but I agree that Bubba Ho Tep is his best.