As creative director for Gucci, Alessandro Michele’s glittery, mismatched ensembles are fit for a nerdy, eccentric granny. We know what an accessory under his eye looks like: a jokey fanny pack, a velvet bow neck-tie, a monstrously high ’70s platform shoe. And now we can add decapitated heads and baby dragons to the…
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She is a goddamned national treasure and I wish every day she hadn’t left this group of sites. Though I’m certainly happy she’s moving up in life.
As species, we have little in common with bees, fruit flies and beetles. Bugs are so alien to us that it’s hard to know how exactly they experience the world. Do they feel pain? Do they experience pleasure? What is sex like for them? Do they enjoy it in any way—physical or otherwise?
I think the “don’t attend his meetings” is a very childish approach and would be even less effective than attending it.
I think you have mistaken obsessive compulsive disorder for someone being creative.
Yes, probably stop motion captured as it was disassembled.
Sometimes I wonder what I could accomplish with an obssesive compulsive disorder.
Not to just be excited about this because of Citizenfour.. but shit, I’m excited about this because of Citizenfour. Assange is quite a bit more controversial than Snowden (in my, obviously, liberal opinion).. but Poitras tells an incredible story. Excited to see if this can be as gripping.
I think I’ll wait on word whether or not it’s a feature length love letter to the sellout (couldn’t think of a better word) before watching.
Techdirt has stayed with it for some time as well. If you haven’t read through the cases from the beginning, it’s worth a read. The number of legal tricks they attempted is astounding.
Looks like he won’t be able to beat this off
Vladimir Putin: “Perhaps bribe will solve legal troubles for Trump puppets? Say 199999 rubles”
Good. This was complete fuckery.
This begs for John Grisham to write a book about it.
No movie was ever worse for having Bill Paxton in it.
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Interesting. Although the demonstrations probably would have been more effective if the beetles in question had been actually interested in the snails as opposed to just wanting to get the fuck out of the box.