Tag Archives: T.R.Baskin

*Baskin Case

On a recent unseasonably (at least, unseasonably anywhere but Melbourne) grey and windy spring Sunday, I did the best possible thing one can do on a grey and windy Sunday: namely, I watched the 1971 Herbert Ross movie T.R. Baskin. Now, this is a motion picture that most people don’t exactly have at the forefront […]

*Dead Man Working

For as long as I’ve been engaged in paid employment, I’ve had a fear of working. I don’t so much mean a fear of not being idle, although I mean that as well, but, rather, that I am always tortured with overwhelming uneasiness at the prospect of being in a workplace and carrying out duties […]