I seem to cross virtual paths with Cynthia Fuchs on occasion, and here she is again, in the latest Morphizm, doing an interview with Ice Cube. I mention this because Neal and I have often talked about how Ice Cube's image has changed over the years. He is a beloved movie entertainer at this point, a respected actor who makes movies appealing to a wide audience. He's also the guy who wrote "Black Korea" (about "Oriental one-penny countin motherfuckers" who need to "pay respect to the black fist or we'll burn your store, right down to a crisp"). People forget that. You can love Ice Cube and still remember he's done more than make movies about barbershops.