Which season of Dexter did she work on? Was she responsible for lumberjack Dexter?
“Don’t judge our show by the trailer!” Well why the hell not?
AHS is hot garbage, but that’s why I watch. (At least the first 3 weeks, till it goes off the rails.)
I’d love Tony and Loki trying to woo Aunt May while Peter gets flustered and angry
Ohio State did no follow up investigation, or only the most cursory of ones and instead did everything to protect a revenue generating football program? This is my surprised face.
Right. He shat on the union to get to the majors and then wanted them to back him up.
HA HA U R GHEY PUZZY!!!
Since MLB went to a 162-game schedule in 1961, the Red Sox have never won 100 games. Not ever, despite some great teams. That drought is going to end this season, and it’s going to end in shockingly early September.
To any Cleveland fan furious that they missed out on Carson Wentz, take heart. If you had drafted Wentz, he would’ve been decapitated on the field in a freak accident.
I would just like to see all these platforms consistently enforce the TOS. If there’s no hate speech allowed, that’s fine. Then enforce that without a twitter mob having to come together to tell you that these podcasts/pages are violating your TOS.
I saw this on the weekend. I think they lay on the “Christopher Robin has lost his way” a bit thick in the beginning. (He’s reading British Empire history books to his daughter in bed. Hayley Atwell’s character has a name, but it might as well be Long Suffering Wife. He’s really insufferable.)
If it’s wrong, I don’t want to be right.
There was a comic about a decade ago that was basically Die Hard: Year One.. it was beat cop John McLane stopping terrorists before they attacked the bicentennial celebrations on July 4, 1976. (I think. I barely remember it)
In the past week, my cat died and then my mother in law died. I can’t even begin to tell you how happy I am the WYTS18 is here to keep me sane.
It’s not “rooting for failure” to point out that the business model was unsustainable. I love the concept, but the practice of “pay $10 dollars to see 10 movies in Manhattan while Moviepass pays our $170” was not well thought out
I’m a published writer, and proud of the stuff I’ve sold. I’ve been writing stuff since junior high. All that stuff from my adolescence is awful. I wouldn’t show that to anyone today. I’ve developed a writing style since then and honed my craft.
It’s not about convincing Cernovich’s “gorilla-brain” followers. It’s about making sure people who haven’t heard of him aware that he’s not arguing in good faith or anything more than a troll.
Right? It’s not like there was a direct corollary to an election a mere 16 years previous, where people who thought the Democrat wasn’t pure enough protest voted for a Green Party gadfly and tipped the White House to an easily manipulated idiot.
It really is baffling that they aren’t giving the full context. Perhaps they’ve been told to “stick to SF” by higher ups, but I’d wager that past editors (Like CJA or Annalee) would’ve been all over it.
Oh boo fucking hoo. “This democrat doesn’t give me a Boner of Righteousness, so I’m going to stay home and play Fortnite because voting is for chumps.”