I love the scene in Deer Hunter where they play Russian roulette. I love, love...– Uwe Boll on his favorite movie scenes.
The "Twin Peaks" coffee commercials
“Twin Peaks” was a big hit in Japan, so a coffee company called Georgia (which makes coffee in a can) contracted David Lynch to produce a series of four commercials, in which Dale Cooper solves the mystery of a vanished Japanese woman while drinking copious quantities of Georgia Coffee. A good chunk of the supporting cast also appears. The results are, well, freaking insane. ...
By misrepresenting—or misunderstanding—our food history, we make a realistic...– Interesting article on the misguided romanticization of the family farm.
The curious phenomenon of being relieved that someone dumped you, because at least that means they gave enough of a shit to write you and say so.
For events to have actually moved this quickly is not far-fetched. M. J. often...– I’m a huge sucker for any reporting about Disney, but even if you’re not, John Jeremiah Sullivan’s “rough guide” to Disney World is astonishingly great.
Woof woof Feel free to ask about my screen name there is a cute story behind...– From “DorkyPuppy.” I think I’ll pass. Meanwhile, I’m once again playing the “Please just have the common decency to write back and reject me it takes TWO FUCKING SENTENCES” game with yet another person I found promising in real life. So, yeah, this is about the...
Never, ever, ever, ever give up the remote. Women can’t handle the...– I wanted to familiarize myself a bit with Bill Simmons, since he hired a lot of my favorite writers for Grantland. Boy, do I wish I hadn’t. Why the hell is Molly Lambert working for this guy?
You probably feel like some sort of crippled, cupcake-hunting whale, listlessly...– Rob Delaney talks female body issues.
Finally someone that seems my type! I would defiantly aproach you in person haha...– Nope. I filled out an online dating profile but refuse to meet anyone from the site. I’m defiant that way. (via pantslock) If you like reading the ridiculous messages I get on OKCupid, you’re in luck: there’s a whole blog of ‘em!
Christ, he thinks, by my age I ought to know. You don’t get on by being...– Hilary Mantel, Wolf Hall, p. 59.