People who believe the stories in the Bible are facts have no need for an imagination. There is no mystery in their minds - the whole world lies plain before their eyes, as plain as a bowl of mayonnaise.
This is a very good point.
How can people who believe the stories in the Bible are facts also have such utterly useless imaginations?
No. Just NO. Don’t do a remake of Scrooged, do a retelling of a Christmas Carol. Add in the Rock and I’ll be interested.
*To the tune of the Game of Thrones theme*
I don’t know that I’ve made 850 calls in my life, and I’m 32.
“The Assassination of The Glorious Chernobyl Reactor By The Coward Ronald Reagan”.
I am getting a mixture of vibes ranging from Roger Stone to the Medusan from classic Star Trek
One is a terrible gateway to far worse things, and the other is weed.
I loved the lack of accents; if anything, it added to the naturalism of the show. I find that using accents to convey “foreignness” is cheesy and sometimes even distracting.
This video gives me hope for humanity.
There’s something magical about the simplicity of an old school gameboy. From the tinny mono sound to the creamed spinach display, I love them so so much.
These guys just keep demonstrating right in front of the whole world that they themselves really don’t believe one word of what they preach. It’s never been so easy to explain my atheism and have even the most religious person at least understand where I’m coming from.
The term is “regolith,” not soil. The creation of soil is largely biological, and at the same time life requires soil for plants to take root and grow. Regolith is inorganic and has more in common with sand, but far more lethal to life than sand. Its specific components and lethality depend on the planet its taken…
I think part of why he is so sharp with figures like Alex Jones and Sharpiro is a sense of genuine disgust that these individuals are theoretically on the same side of the political divide as him, he isnt going to give up his own conservatism but he seems to genuinely wish they would STFU and go away as they make his…
Well thank goodness for Gyllenhaal, then. I don’t go to superhero movies to see cool mercenaries in leather jackets and t-shirts. I go to superhero movies to see people with giant glowing fishbowls on their heads.
He’s white, he walks, and is a leader of zombies. I don’t see any inaccuracies with it.
I am going to go out on a limb (a severed, flaming and artistically arranged one) — and predict that no character of note is going to die on Sunday. With half the season over, I fully expect that the White Walker arc is going to end, with the final episodes focusing on the brewing Jon/Dany/Cersei conflict. There will…