After handling a 3 year old all day, your energy for grandstanding about protesting fast food protests is rather diminished.
I do not have a garden, but I have many gardener-type friends, and this means I enjoy free produce in the summer months. Some gifts, like two pounds of blackberries or many ripe tomatoes, are welcome, but a recent offering—a single zucchini—had vague troll vibes.
The last time the New York Giants played in the Super Bowl—longer ago than I’d like—I decided to host a viewing party, so confident was I in their prospects against the cheatin’ New England Patriots. My confidence, it turned out, was well founded. But as I began planning a menu of snacks and drinks for the party, my…
“When my dragons are grown we will take back what was stolen from me. We will lay waste to armies and burn cities to the ground.”
Ah, the carefree days of living by one’s self. I remember those halcyon days as filled with joyful capriciousness, expendable income, and cooking whatever I damn well felt like. My introduction to, and subsequent fondness for, pork chile verde began in those days. I was always challenging myself to try slow-cooked,…
And funnily enough, about 10km north of Tønsberg, you find:
I’m no Luddite, but I counted myself among the skeptics when the Instant Pot first saw rise. I’ve seen too many fad appliances arrive in a blaze of glory, only to fizzle out and end up in a box to the Goodwill. Even as fervent fans made the Instant Pot out to be wheel/sliced bread-level of great inventions, I held…
Presumably they finished everything Anthem had to offer in three days instead of a month.
Affleck and Hemsworth as the rebooted dark Nolan-style Bluntman & Chronic.
All you have to do is utter the name ‘Steve1989MREInfo’.
Why trouble yourself with tales of hidden treasure when you can go watch some guy open those cans and try the contents?
I think Until The Light Takes Us is definitive to the point where it makes all other attempts to document the early 90's Norwegian black metal scene superfluous.
Like anything with a modicum of mainstream popularity, my reaction to the Instant Pot was initially dismissive. “I know how to cook,” I convinced myself, “I don’t need no novelty gimmicks to make good food.” Nevertheless, I bought one for work. Skepticism still coursed through my veins. But after just one batch of…
But it’s nowhere near as good as True Survivor. That track’s a banger.
Ah! Gotcha. No I was not familiar.
Disagree. If I’m being told by the art deparment that something is scary by them adding makeup or giving it a traditional “Scary” makeover it instantly loses its effect.
In the original Pet Semetary movie the kid is precisely frightening because he’s still pretty much the same little kid but horribly evil via his…
King’s short stories are his real masterpieces. The Jaunt is probably my favorite. I’d love to see a full-budget anthology adaptation of some of his top selections. Most efforts so far have been low-budget or tried to stretch simple stories to feature length.
Wesley Snipes Has Been Talking About Those ‘New’ Blade Projects for a While Now
The only right answer is Nokian, they are made by people who live in the snow, for people who drive in the snow.
Ummm, no. That's like saying Singles is the movie that introduced the world to grunge. In fact, by 1998 electronic music had already come and gone as a potential Next Big Thing after grunge. I peg 1997 as the year that it came closest to being fully mainstream, only to go back underground again for another 10…
Or you could just buy some gummi lighthouses.