I'm not as much of a fan of Star Trek as I am Star Wars (though the two shouldn't be mutually exclusive!), but I associate trilithium with DS:9 and Voyager, which occurs some time after the classic series. Right? Right. I think.
I think that what frustrates me most about the piece is that the author seems so, well, juvenile. She's only three years younger than me but seems so much younger. Plus she's exaggerated the whole thing out of proportion: she has to choose between housing and eating healthier but, really, no, she doesn't. Hyperbole!
And, for what it is worth, I'm also in the grey camp, if that wasn't apparent.
Here's a mock-up of what that shirt may look like!
Don't worry about it! It wasn't very relevant to the discussion (other than to point out that the name was misspelled) and I understand that many people are upset that they've been somewhat regular commenters for years and yet have been relegated to the grey.
I apologize. I missed your response to Maneki's question.
I'm not certain why you replied to my comment with this question, but I might be able to help.
The pirates article is still on the Jezebel homepage. It lacks an image, which may make it appear less prominent. Is that why you might not notice it? I know that the Gawker article about it did have an image, so if you viewed it there and then looked here for the image you would probably have problems immediately…
I have not noticed this occurring, but I do see changes on the homepage as certain posts either get new images or are highlighted, prompting them to take up more space. That can be a little disconcerting since it often leads me to believe that I haven't read a post.
I have an interest in this beyond academic pursuits. I just find people's sexual proclivities fascinating and would enjoy reading research by or insights from other people.
Today was hectic and crazy and full of juggling messages from friends and phone interviews and walking a client through the CMS that I installed on his site and applying for more jobs, but now it's slow and boring.
I had nothing better to do (seriously), so I checked YouTube for you. It looks like it was a December 2012 interview with Jimmy Fallon. I could not find a better video, but I figure that this is a good start for you!
According to sources, which never lie, Kiera Knightley [...]
Haha, we're much of the same.
If Lindy goes, I expect a live posting of the event. And a list of each drink imbibed throughout the reception.
Excellent. More resources for Photoshop shenanigans...
That would generally be my response to a discussion like that, sure! I'm able to know that this isn't the case, however, given how people are currently criticizing other people's replies.
I'm very bad with humor, sarcasm, and colloquialisms. This often means that I treat certain things like they're intended to be the truth. It saddens me that people may be responding to my comments by thinking that I could be stupid or a troll.