The Japanese restaurant that Angel Shares is hidden in is still there.
I see graffiti every day. I only see a couple people flattened by cars per year.
It’s possibly the purest example I’ve ever seen. Such a dry burn.
Maddie Hayes: ‘You have a one-track mind.’
In the likely case that I forget to post this next week on the Langley Schools Music Project entry:
Well, sure you are going to have a bad impression of New York if all you remember is the pimps, the CHUDs, and the grafitti-painting-over landlords!
You could skip tracks on an 8 track, you just never really knew which track you were going to skip to and where it would be in the song.
That’s a reference to Five Pointz’ Wikipedia entry, not a dedicated hip-hop/R&B page. It’s pretty terribly worded there as well, though not as badly as Mike makes it sound:
TALK PAGE HIGHLIGHTS
He was being funny. Joss Stone is no hip hop legend either.
R&B great Joan Jett?
As a native New Yorker & Queens resident, that whole scenario felt personal to me. I appreciate the line “as part of a larger ongoing movement to tear down the entire city of New York and replace it with condos.” It definitely feels that way. Developers have so much power. Rents arbitrarily skyrocket. Hell one of…
After combing the comments, a few examples surprised not seen turn up:
That’s Twitter’s new marketing slogan, the one that’s not in Russian. Ha. I make joke.
Bill Hader played a gay man in ‘The Skeleton Twins’, and he was fantastic. Not trying to disprove your point or anything. Just saying. Bill Hader is good in everything.
Aww, poor, poor watb.
The last question, about playing Bond, is fantastic.
It’s like the old saying goes “You can’t please everyone, and those you can’t please will try and kill you in your sleep”
For some reason, I got such a kick out of the surprise Mexican astronaut reveal. Just the whole buildup was delightful.