The embarrassing part, to me, was that at like 35 years old I had no idea how to deal with frizziness other than “walk around with a filthy scalp pretty much all the time.”
I don’t know, pretty much all of my shirts are dark.
Nah, not so far as I know
I dunno, it just... doesn’t itch?
Dang, this is good advice.
Our shower has one of those things in the corner with, like, multiple levels of racks for various shampoos and conditioners and whatnot. So I usually place (and then forget) the toothbrush on one of the higher racks. This is objectively disgusting, I know.
The truth of the matter is, I’m not very comfortable having my face online! I’ve been recognized in public a few times since I started writing for Deadspin (and especially since Drew and I did the Foodspin video series), including once by a contractor who came to my house, and it was very, very jarring. Making a weird…
No all of this is cool
Every animal dies. Not every animal truly lives.
No, you’re right about this. I still think my favorite sequence in any of the individual Mission: Impossible movies is the whole entire Burj Khalifa section of Ghost Protocol. From the time they arrive in Dubai to when the sandstorm clears suddenly at the end of the big car/foot chase, it’s amazing. And for as much as…
Sure! In the early going there might be some stuff that doesn’t make perfect sense, but you’ll have no trouble following along.
I’m not a New Yorker. I don’t live in New York.
Huh. Not here at all, then!
And you figured this added to the discussion how?
I fully expect to be shredded for this take, but I think for me—for me, only for this guy—Fallout will end up being a movie I re-watch more than Fury Road (which I also loved). Fury Road is amazing, but its version of the world is so relentlessly bleak and unpleasant that I have a hard time getting through it now that…
That’s the thing: For a weird tenth of a second, in the theater, I thought that the reaction I was having was dislike. And then I realized that it was just that I was on the verge of fainting.
Without revealing the story of this one, Cavill really comes on as the movie goes along. By the end of it you feel like you can’t take your eyes off him.
I do have a kind of sneaking suspicion that, even if it’s only on an unconscious level, some part of Tom Cruise wants to die making a Mission: Impossible movie and be The Guy Who Died For His Commitment To His Craft.