bruleur22
Le Comte de Brûleur
bruleur22
Aug 7
1

Thanks, sorry I missed your reply, I didn’t notice any notification and don’t visit AV Club often. Read more

Jun 30
4

Reading the newspaper, you see mistakes like these seldom. On gizmodo, it’s every article.
“erupt into a easily”
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Jun 11
1

“The double plus good” burger. Since they haven’t read any BOOKS either, we can sneak in the 1984 reference with impunity.

May 11
14

This is the problem with the “Big Lie” tactic the right has effectively adopted in the era of the orange calf. Humans naturally want to understand why their leaders say what they say. As a result we find justifications and rationalize all sorts of illogical and immoral positions. This behavior effectively shifts the Read more

May 11
17

He’s “trying” like a toddler trying to help you bake a cake by grabbing the bag of flour and dumping it all over the floor.

Mar 2
8

Sorry, I would’ve given you a star much sooner but it took me forever to get here...

Mar 2
12

I agree with this statement. Fuck hitting next page numerous times to read an article. Read more

Mar 2
9

Afterthought: with comments only accessible on the last page and no “skip to the comments” button, it takes a billion clicks to get back to the conversation. It’s unwieldy after all. If the layout people are responsive to constructive criticism, finding a way to have the comments visible on all pages of the slideshow Read more

Mar 2
52

I CLICKED TEN TIMES JUST TO AGREE WITH YOU AND SKIPPED READING ANY OF IT.

Feb 18
1

People who act like that at jobs crack me up. At my last employer I was pretty much the gopher but in a very “we need you” sort of way. New folks would start and treat me like crap and then I would very “randomly” get apologies.

Jan 12
1

That’s why Hamilton, Ontario, Canada would have been a good choice. It’s both precise and doesn’t sound stupid...

Jan 11
2

A drummer friend of mine on FB put it best-”man first, drummer second”.  And considering his drum skills, that says a lot.

Jan 10
7

I saw ‘em on the Time Machine tour, the one where they played Moving Pictures in order, in its entirety. That record came out when I was 10, just as I was starting my wee little elementary school band drumming career. I loved KISS (as a ‘70s kid, I had no choice), but Rush was on a different planet musically—Peart Read more