The first car on the subway is the singles car? Congratulations, New York Sun: You have just re-invented the legend of the green M&M.
Not that I’m getting twitchy over the next Lord of the Rings movie or anything, but I’ve just been poring over this exhaustively researched, acerbic list of reasons the movie sucks. Ohhh my.
Don’t know who Jill Stewart is, but I’m liking her brand of tough love. I’m mourning a terrible loss from September 2001 too: Many of my civil rights seem to have been beaten to death by John Ashcroft. Will anyone light a candle for me? (Better still, perhaps someone could light an effigy of John Ashcroft. I’ll bring the marshmallows.)
You know, this kind of thing is pretty funny until it turns up in Dubya’s 9-11 speech. It could. You know this.
Now, this impresses us: A Pennsylvania paper has canned a hater. I’m no Ann Coulter fan, but this editor’s note explains the paper’s position in a way that even those closer to her political “views” should be able to appreciate.
I took the Polygeek Test and scored a 64 percent, which is a lot higher than I’d thought. (Past the “geek liaison level, which is where I’d have expected to land.) I suppose it’s a measure of geekitude that I’m rather proud of this result. Nerrrrrrrrrrd.
Apropos of nothing, some sunsets.
I. Love. Boomer. Boomer, Boomer, Boomer. Love the guy.