In The Not-Too-Distant Future (by Noordledoordle)
This is so cool! Great job.
I had to look at a presentation in Comic Sans font all day today. Now I understand why people complain about it. Oh, my eyes!
Happy almost-Thanksgiving! Hopefully, you’ve figured out what to take to tomorrow’s celebration (I’m doing this, and a pumpkin pie) or, if you are actually hosting, have found enough chairs and also congratulated yourself on that massive undertaking.
Now. Inspired by this brilliant Onion…
This still applies, especially if you’ve realized you only see certain people once a year because you don’t like each other. Peace.
This is the official ‘i care’ symbol. This is how it works:
Basically you reblog this, and your followers know that you care and that they can message you about anything anon or not and you will reply back or at least look at their message. If you care about your followers please reblog.
I think we can speak for everyone when we say that while we have our own problems, we are more than happy to listen to yours.
Ten years after the print version, A YEAR AT THE MOVIES is going to be released as an ebook by HarperCollins.
It won’t be in time for the holidays, sorry, but it will have a new introduction, in which I will try to distill ten years of moviegoing into a thousand words and open with a joke.
For those who haven’t read it, or those who did so long ago, it’ll be a chance to read it in its new non-material form. It may read as an idiosyncratic time capsule, and that’s okay by me.
More details anon.
I know my posts about this book here and in another blog I used to have had EVERYTHING to do with this happening. Now I’m off to pretend I’m important somewhere else.
I guess someone decided kids should be able to get pink guns too.
The photo’s a bit blurry, but you get the idea.
Great stuff, teddiefilms. If anyone’s reading this who hasn’t watched Breaking Bad, give it a chance.