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Nov 3
9

As there are no ampm’s east of the Rocky Mountains, how would we know?

Oct 28
30

Yeah, ouija board stories never do it for me because every single time I’ve used one something spooky has happened, and every single time we all swore it wasn’t any of us moving it, and every single time I’ve been lying and it was definitely me moving it.

Oct 27
30

These were great! Loved the haunted school, the creepy gas station kid, and the old-timey coal miner vs. the Devil tale. The serial killer ones are always so sad and disturbing to me. Spooky ghosts and demons are fun, human evil is just depressing. There was a really sad one someone posted about finding a barrel on Read more

Oct 21
17

Imagine being so devoid of passion that seeing genuine joy in something sparks suspicion. 

Oct 21
32

Yes, I too find it odd that a human could be a fan of both a book series and a musician. Most of the humans I know would consider that a clear conflict of interest and would eliminate one of the fandoms from their life.

Oct 21
13

Dolly Parton and LOTR are both things that inspire passionate fan bases, so I don’t find it particularly surprising that Colbert is a superfan of either.

Oct 21
22

That’s...2 things. The LOTR thing has been clear for nearly as long as I’ve known about Colbert. His fandom of Parton was pretty clear during her appearance on his old show.

Oct 15
2

I stand corrected. The article called him the “percussionist” and I thought they were just being fancy. My apologies to Mr. Clown.

Oct 15
11

but the original, which Iler says was purged along with so much else after he “watched a documentary about being a minimalist,” is long gone.” Read more

Oct 15
17

Look, I like The Sopranos as much as everyone else. But if you told me there was a 2000+ word oral history about some piece of clothing from the show, I would immediately say Bill Simmons was involved. I guess it’s a secondary or even tertiary involvement at this point, but I’m going to say I nailed it.

Sep 11
14

Can’t blame you, since Better Call Saul is a lot different from Breaking Bad, tonally. (Until season 5, which gets notably more Breaking Bad–y, but if you don’t like it so far, it’s probably not worth catching up on.) Slow-burn dramas can often test my patience, so I can’t really explain why I find Better Call Saul so Read more

Sep 1
8

The greatest victory that you can have over someone is to beat them at politeness.