My biggest pet peeve was mostly one that was already solved, they were just clearly too lazy/inconsistent about using the same props every time: not always using a scale in photographs. (In real life, any crime scene photo without either an actual ruler, or some other object that can be used as a scale — like a dollar…
This may very well be true! But again, I’m just fatigued by the entire franchise (well, I was years ago), and really don’t care anymore. They aren’t for everyone.
You actually thought this was worth typing out and posting? Good grief.
Seriously. I mean, I was a forensics major who ended up with certifications in crime scene photography, fingerprint analysis, and blood spatter analysis; I even had photos published in a national forensics journal, after getting to be among the first to test what was then a brand new chemical for crime scene use. And…
Thank you for the reminder about this!
That final line from Killmonger is incredible. It would be for any character, but for his in particular, I was kind of blown away by it.
I’m excited about it! It’s been so long since I got to go/travel anywhere (nearly a decade), I feel like I need to relearn how to even enjoy a vacation, haha.
Thank you! I love walking (I do a lot more of it in LA than people would assume), so I’m looking forward to that aspect of it.
Missed last weekend’s post, as I was at my first wedding, which, despite going alone, ended up being so much fun! My lovely friend, the bride, insisted on sitting me at “the cool table” at the reception, which had some old friends of mine I hadn’t seen in about 10 years, plus another awesome lady, so we all had fun…
This is a really great point, and expounds, in a way, on the cleverness of the original.
2) I expect good conversation
I’ll admit, after months of solid uselessness to the point of wondering why I even bothered, I’ve had a nice amount of recent success with it lately. Then again, I’m only looking for hooking up (albeit regularly, if possible, rather than just a bunch of one-offs). As of right now, it’s connected me with two guys in…
A good and perfectly reasonable list.
All I can think of is that early Seinfeld episode.
Don’t know about other cities, but it’s big in LA. Most non-indie/chain theaters here have it. (That said, we have a LOT of theaters here, I think more than any other city in the world, so I’m probably seeing it a lot more often than others do who live elsewhere.)
The “chef” who lived in my apartment for a hellish few months was one of the most frightening and obnoxious assholes I’ve ever dealt with. (We later found out he had enough of a temper problem to have gotten in fights with cops, which... great!)
It is so, so gross and unnecessary, and — as I mentioned above — is potentially interfering with the literal survival of those kids. It’s like an even worse form of ambulance chasing, which until recently didn’t seem possible.
And thinking on this, what’s concerning to me about all these reporters popping into the Twitter mentions (apart from the obvious ghoulishness of it), is — they’re potentially interfering with this new means of those students protecting themselves.
A friend of my father’s (and the guy’s wife) are both San Diego firefighters. They just happened to be at the concert in the midst of the shooting in Vegas. Guy literally got shot in the foot, but they still stuck around to help countless others. Then opted to just drive back to San Diego rather than clog up the…
This is, as you rightly point out, pure insanity.