I think that Dana Ashbrook wins.
I think that Dana Ashbrook wins.
ALL THE FEELS
Go home, Dad, you’re drunk.
C’mon, Scots, he likes you. He wants you to stay. That doesn’t mean that you have to, but let him down gently.
Has anyone looked at the list of banned substances? Here it is: http://www.wada-ama.org/Documents/World_Anti-Doping_Program/WADP-Prohibited-list/2012/WADA_Prohibited_List_2012_EN.pdf Probably the easiest thing to do would be to tell your coach if you’re taking anything, including over-the-counter meds.
#9 Don’t want to be a hater, because almost all the costume sets are awesome… almost.
Short answer: No. Slightly longer answer: What indicates that Mitt would have done better regarding anything? And is there no one who you could find to shore up your argument that is better than Mitt’s cronies—all or most of whom would be in plum government appointments right now if he’d won—or the loathesome Jennifer Rubin?
My takeaway from this: even photorealistic artists have problems with freckles.
You’re really throwing in the Amazing Randi with a bunch of minor-league entertainers and self-promoters? For shame, BF.
I find your lack of Arya disturbing.
There’s actually quite a lot of LGBT content in the original book of Watchmen, some of which ends up not making it into the movie—Captain Metropolis and Hooded Justice (from the Minutemen) are a couple, and Silhouette is a lesbian (although the book doesn’t show her in a tribute to the famous V-day photo, as the movie does here), there’s a non-superhero lesbian couple, etc. Even the straight Nite Owl describes his admission that he can’t get it up unless he’s in his costume as “out of the closet.” Ozymandias isn’t really gay, though; Rorschach thinks that he might be, but he’s kind of crazy. Mostly in the movie, it’s Matthew Goode doing his best imitation of Jeremy Irons, who has always had a gay vibe to him, at least in his performances.
She had her eyebrows lightened. Big whoop.
Honestly, EC is the only one who’s doing anything worthwhile in this bunch. The rest are either examples of crap performers or good performers who did a crappy job. Fear is an example of the sort of punk band that only a frat boy could truly love (Belushi, whose second-most-famous movie role was as a frat boy, became a better musician in a very short time than Lee Ving could ever dream of being).
There’s a slippage that happens during the piece, a total conflation of player and character. It’s full of sentences like this: “I enter the Founders Lodge, a seat of purist disease.” But, like, no. You hold a controller. You direct your first-person avatar into a digital representation of an artist’s idea of what the headquarters of a racist prewar secret society in an imaginary city using magic physics to levitate would look like. A seat of purist disease? There is the sense here, to me, that the piece is not written about the game but from within the game, in the vocabulary of a stock Ken Levine character. So it’s news to you that people write from the POV of a game character about a game which exists for the player to immerse themselves in the game world? Really? Do you go to a Star Trek or Star Wars movie and periodically stand up and address the rest of the audience, telling them not to get so wrapped up in it because that starship bridge is just painted plywood and LEDs? Good grief. Maybe you’re not the best person to critique the writing of others.
Photographers like to reuse settings and poses with different models? Oh the heck you say.
let’s go crazy let’s get nuts let’s look for the purple banana before they put us in a truck let’s go
#2 Let’s be blunt: most of these people have nothing better to do and/or showed up for the free food. This one, though… she can stay.
#17 OK, that is just weird.
I’m sure they had a tough deadline to beat.
Also the Red Skull from Captain America, V from V for Vendetta, and Elrond from Lord of the Rings.
Some of her videos have her on “electric banjo”, which is just an electric guitar with banjo tuning.
Well, it’s a good thing that he told us what it was, because my guess would have been “bad tattoo of William Sherman.”
No mention of Jonathan Coulton’s cover of “Baby Got Back”? Especially with the controversy of Glee ripping it off without attribution? I haz a sad. (Well, maybe it doesn’t count because the original wasn’t boring, but still deserves a mention.)
That Reddit IAMA was one of the most embarrassing AMAs ever… for the redditors. Upvoting a bunch of standard brogressive/Rand Paul-type talking points and then whining when Maddow didn’t take the bait.
#13 …and we’re done!
Genuine protips: 1) You can’t actually bake cookies on your car dashboard, unless you live on Mercury, in which case you’ve got bigger problems. Trying it will melt the chocolate chips in the raw cookie dough, which is yummy, but you could do the same thing in the microwave in a fraction of the time. 2) I don’t care what you’re making with the potatoes, always leave the skins on. That’s where all the vitamins are. Yes, that includes if you’re mashing them. If you can’t stand skins, save yourself some time and eat library paste instead. 3) The right way to make a PB&J is not to put so much damn jelly on in the first place. It’s mostly flavored sugar and meant to be a condiment for the peanut butter, not a major ingredient. 4) Smashing an aluminum can on your head is pointless. The whole reason that it was impressive when John Belushi did it in Animal House was because they used steel cans then. Also, the baking soda for making hardboiled eggs trick is impressive.
Real talk: Belle is supposed to be the nerdy Disney princess. She likes science and inventing and reading like it’s her job — yet she is completely blindsided by the fact that the Beast is not only human, but royalty. Bitch, you even sung a foreshadowing song about meeting Prince Charming in disguise. And it never once occurred to you that the only man living in a giant, enchanted castle in the woods is at least a count? Get it together, Belle. Protip: not all nobility are royalty.
Yikes. We learned about compound fractures for our first aid merit badge in Boy Scouts, but I never thought I’d see one IRL.
You also slow down to idle speed when going past a really bad road accident, too, right?
Next from the NYT obit department: Stephen Hawking: Hung Like A Horse, Also Did Some Big-Brain Physics Stuff
Quite a few “breaded” things are breaded with cornmeal. Not sure where maize falls in kosherness.
Page 3 publishes obits?
All this time she’s been trying to make it as a celebrity when she was really born to write new World of Warcraft content.
I’m sure it’s purely for medicinal purposes.
Why is Tim smiling on that Teen Titans cover? I mean, I know that Damian could be irritating, but come on.
#KeepItTightKeepItRight is my new life motto.
#29: the lobstrosities from the Dark Tower.
Are people still paying attention to a bitter old queen like Rex Reed? And if so, why?