Basically, sure. Seems awesome.
Stuff I found on the Net today.
What was DC thinking when they hired a vocal homophobe… or did they not realize just how big a backlash there would be?
I was literally in tears for parts of Argo, a purely physical reaction, not an emotional one, to deal with the tension. The only other option would have been to moan out loud, the film is almost that unbearably nerve-wracking.
Beyond ratcheting up the national fear level and promoting a state of endless, unwinnable war, that is.
Space tourist and ubergeek Richard Garriott de Cayeux shot an eight-minute SF short on the ISS in 2008. Finally, NASA has agreed to make it public…
If a subscription-of-conscience plan can work for a big corporate entity, how can it not work for me?
Somebody’s been listening to me. Shut up: let me at least pretend as much.
I figure the primary objection most moviegoers might have is that there wouldn’t be enough new theatrical releases each month worth seeing…
Oswalt is being tongue in cheek, but he’s also being serious: Pop culture has become all self-references, snake-eating-its-tail meta commentary on our own dorkiness. Could the only way to refresh pop culture — as well as the nerd love that worships it — be to destroy it all and start fresh?