It never went over 64 today so I spent the entire day outside. Now it’s time for a movie. What’d you do?
There are certainly times when the correct thing to do is ignore some asshole, which I am trying to do. But sometimes, I really just want to punch them in the mouth.
Back in the early Seventies, we didn’t have colour television, didn’t have computers or mobile phones or the internet. However, through the magic of Green Shield Stamps I did get a little red pocket transistor radio which became a personal window on a wider world.
Seems we also had a Vulcan visiting Modor yesterday.
It’s 54 outside right now. I’m going to blow off as much as possible to enjoy the first day this cool since February. What’re you up to?
Joel Edgerton and Carmen Ejogo star in a story about confronting horror and fear at the end of the world.
Today has been long. I’m tired. How are you?
I guess I am one of those stereotyped people that listen to a lot of music that I enjoyed in my 20s and didn’t move on that much from it (though with exceptions). For me, I have always loved British and Irish music from the 90s from Shoegaze to the Madchester Scene and Britpop to Trip Hop and Beyond. So let’s do a…
So, the kids love watching The Goldbergs, as do I. So, instead of shelling out another $35 to watch another season, I signed up for one month free of Hulu. There is going to be some binge watching going on for the next 4 weeks. Let’s just say that.
So sleepy. Ugh.
I have a friend who did a Ted Talk on this. The only people who say the kind of thing you just said are white people who haven’t really gotten hit yet with anything the White House-installed Orange Dump and his Malevolent Maladministration have done.
If you’ve not seen Taika Waititi and Jermaine Clement’s hilarious (it says so right at the top) documentary spoof about vampires living in New Zealand then this is the perfect movie for you for Halloween this year.
So how was your weekend?
Here’s a tip for some Autumnal reading. Although artist John Stokes goes for some golden leafy hues on the cover to match his protagonists fur, you get all four seasons if you follow the scent of Marney the Fox. Just keep the tissues handy. Rebellion have published a comic collection to make the kids cry.
I don’t think you’re getting it (and I’m starting to suspect you’re trolling — perhaps even Russkie-botting — because your ignorance, as manifested in the substance of your repeated protestations, is starting to feel deliberate).
They’re only this level of crooked because Racist Sessions is in charge.
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In 2004, a landmark study of fruits and vegetables found that everything from protein to calcium, iron and vitamin C had declined significantly across most garden crops since 1950. The researchers concluded this could mostly be explained by the varieties we were choosing to grow.
Y’all it still ain’t fall down here! I guess it’s a little chillier. Look at this gorgeous chart.