It’s weird to me how I relate to this comment. Though I always liked the Mamiya C220. TLR!
Is that because of the turkey or in spite of it, though? The mayo is providing 80% of the flavor there. Wouldn’t chicken be better?
Now if only they were to scale.
I went to Yale and I don’t think we’re even good at that anymore. I brought a flask to Anime NYC. We won NCAA hockey a few years ago, though.
Wasn’t Apocalypse originally an X-Factor villain? (The team with the original X-Men, not the weirder one later.)
When I first saw the title of this post I actually thought to myself, “it’s sad but makes sense Gladwell has gone Alt-Right”. This is actually kind of what too often happens when you have someone born into privilege who is not trained in biological science or statistics but thinks he’s good at both and has been…
Zod’s first name was actually Dru. Dru-Zod.
Well, players in other sports often don’t like wearing throwback/alternative jerseys but they make them do it anyway. Just think of the marketing boost if they used the Civil War chess set from the Franklin Mint! I wanted that thing so bad when I was a kid.
Was Tom Brady the consulting physician?
It reminded me of this:
Also, orange juice contains exactly zero Vitamin D so I’m not even remotely sure what that line was about other than being an outright fabrication.
I do worry about the national debt and how that will affect the future of our country for my kids. The Republican party used to try to prevent government bloat
That’s a beautiful quote but it’s not really logical. There’s always potential for someone to utter your name in the future. Physics seems to tell us that information can’t be truly destroyed. In the far, far future, some incomprehensibly powerful supercomputer might be used to read back through quantum deterministic…
Seriously. People kickin’ it old school in the comments. :)
They know what they did.
Better? No. Worse? Also no. We don’t need them. We have massive superiority in SLBMs which can do anything these weapons can and are immune to first strike. Developing and deploying new IRMs would be a huge waste of money.
This was definitely one of the standout ads. I still think about it often today, particularly how it really should have been “New York Paris Milan Tokyo”. These are the four fashion capitals of the world. Rome is just wrong.
Nagel was actually directly referenced several times in the Amazing Spider-Man comic during this exact period. Look at what’s hanging onPeter’s wall: