This interview is almost a year old now, but it's no less relevant that in the wake of the internet blackout to protest SOPA and PIPA on January 18th. Beloved author Neil Gaiman (Anansi Boys, Sandman, Neverwhere) speaks in defense of internet piracy, something he once feared, saying that it has actually helped his book sales.
As Penn State alum, I'm incredibly disappointed by the behavior displayed by many of the students and administrators of my Alma Mater last night, but I would also like to point out that not all Penn State students are violent, reactionary assholes. Some of them actually reacted appropriately.
Finally, an answer to the question: “What do you get for the person who’s always wanted to do it with one of the Barrel Of Monkeys monkeys?”
I suppose this means Star Wars is just “a family drama set in outer space”?
Live long and proper. “I say, good sir! Plomeek soup in a teacup is positively illogical!”
Crack is whack but we'll love Whitney forever!