TAKE THAT, “STATES”
Everyone in NY has green ombre hair right now
We went to a restaurant, I think it had 10 tables? and was maybe 6 feet wide, at most? and every dish had kale in it.
I told my friend, “DC has a vegan bakery!” meaning “wouldn’t that be fun, to live in such an awesome place?” and then as we walked home, we passed multiple ice cream shops and cake shops and bakeries all open at 11 pm at night.
Seriously though, does everyone actually need to live in NY? Like, wouldn’t 1 million of you be happier someplace else? Even maybe, 2 million? Maybe give everyone else some breathing room? The rest of the world could use a bit more green ombre hair.
l3fan-0-rama said: How would it be for a 5 year old? Wyatt really wants to see it, but I’m always concerned that these will be too much. Is there any gore or traumatic violence?
My husband and I talked about this after and agreed there was more swearing than expected, and a fair amount…
Actually, as someone who has spent the summer sharing the theater with an unexpected amount of kids under 10 at comic book movies, can I just say with all respect — please don’t.
Make your kids wait til it comes out digitally or on DVD. Let your kids watch it, at home, with you and the safe comfy couch.
Amazing Spiderman 2 , Cap 2, X-men Days— these aren’t kids movies. They have intense violence. Characters die, on screen. There have grown-up jokes, bad language, boobs (of all genders). They have plots. At each of these, there were kids UNDER FIVE at the theaters I visited.
And honestly, being in a theater filled with kids, like the ”DADDY WHY DID HE DO THAT” during the major plot points, never mind the crying or the screaming during the fights or the on-screen deaths or the sexy shirtless moments, really really really sucks for the rest of us sharing the audience with those kids.
So, as one fan to another, please don’t bring your kids under 10-13 to these movies.
Pam Grier in 1975 film, Sheba, Baby
Dear Ms. Grier,
The developer tried to tell me we could create new templates in SharePoint and when I asserted that we couldn’t, since we don’t have access privileges, etc, he insisted that he could do it. Then I got loud and said “But why? The only way we can do it is if we make local copies of the master files and then develop our own HTML, send it to them, and hope they approve it. Why go to that effort? For something the sys admins might turn on down the road?” and then I asserted my opinion that it was wasted effort with too little impact.
And then I looked over later and he was quiet, peering down into his lap.
AND I FELT GUILTY. GUILTY. I HAD DONE SOMETHING TERRIBLE AND EVERYONE HATED ME.
Save me from myself, Pam Grier.
SAVE US ALL FROM SHAREPOINT.
R. Lopez de Heredia Viña Tondonia Gran Reserva Rosado, 2000 & SpongeBob SquarePants Popsicle
“If you’re eating SpongeBob on a stick and you’re legally able to drink, you might be a weirdo. In which case, this is your perfect wine. Lopez de Heredia is a very old-school Rioja producer. This wine is funky, earthy—nothing like the rosé you’ve had before. Weird and delicious, just like SpongeBob’s bubblegum eyeballs.” (Approx. $55/bottle.)
D.C. Residents Asked to Complain About Potholes to Congressman Who Messed with Marijuana Decriminalization Law - City Desk
He recently said in an interview that Congress is D.C.’s local legislature and “if somebody wants voting rights, the Constitution is clear: They go to a state, not the federal enclave, and they have voting rights.”
I’ll be sending Andy my bulk trash pickup request—
https://harris.house.gov/contact-me/email-me (zip code 21801 works!)