“The title of Charlie’s play sounds like the title of Eugene O’Neill’s classic play The Iceman Cometh. There are a few minor differences between the plays, however: for example, O’Neill’s play is a searing existential drama in which a group of patrons of a bar are forced to confront the reality of their meaningless existences, Charlie’s play is more about a princess in a coffee shop who wants to bang a little boy. Other than that, though, they’re pretty much the same.”—
“Maybe we’re all just too tired to be outraged over the fact that so much viral traffic is based on bullshit. I would get cynical and conspiratorial and tell you that’s how They Want You To Feel, but the sad fact is They don’t give a shit what you’re feeling so long as you click. And share. We can talk about this again next week when something similar happens.”—
“It wasn’t just me wanting to fit into a size 8, it was me committing to God,” Rowe, who lives near Dallas, explained. After a few days, she no longer craved sugar, but more importantly, “I was closer to my husband and felt closer to God.”—
“Our love story’s a love story for the ages. I felt like when we first got together, it was like a Romeo and Juliet kinda thing where it’s like she’s a reality star and I’m a rapper, and people talking about how our brands connect and what doesn’t fit and I’m just so tired of the conversation of brands.”—
“The designer attempts to win over the homeowners by renovating their current home, and the realtor tries to find them the home of their dreams. Generally, the outcome of this show is correctly determined by a couch potato in the central region of the contiguous United States.”—Love It or List It Vancouver - Wikipedia, the free encyclopedia
“5:10 pm The IMZADI Photo Op, YOU with Marina Sirtis and Jonathan Frakes, tickets at registration for $80. Please get this photo op done and then come back to the theatre for autographs, if applicable.”—
“A few savvy congressional reporters lamented that we’d lost an entire day while Boehner took a final lap around the mental institution he runs, possibly pushing the resolution of the showdown beyond Thursday.”—
I literally cannot comprehend how helping your fellow citizens have a higher quality of life and be healthier, for a few extra dollars out of your paycheck — when YOU’LL BENEFIT AS WELL — is an inherently evil thing.
“But the number that’s truly apocalyptic for Republicans is respondents’ views of the Affordable Care Act. The law is actually gaining support in the latest poll: 38% of respondents now say the law is a good idea versus 43% who say it’s a bad idea, a major bump from the 31-44 margin it polled last month and its best result in over a year. The surge in support comes despite a glitch-filled rollout of the law’s exchanges that’s proving a publicity problem for the White House.”—
like idk, if I worked for years obsessively to the point of mental and emotional breakdown on a thing because (for better or worse) i wanted it to be a true and honest expression of how i feel despite being impeded by husks in suits who care about nothing more than money and a egomaniac star who…
Tried to watch an episode of Star Trek: TNG tonight, turned out to be something weak about how Worf’s kid was performing poorly at school, then Troi had a line that made my friend mad, I think because of his divorce, and I got anxiety because Picard kept commanding people to warp to within 20 kilometers of stuff. (That is not plausible.)
“One day before author and humorist David Sedaris takes over Carnegie Hall by himself, he’ll hook up with ‘Girls’ creator and star Lena Dunham for “an insightful evening of reading and conversation” on the same stage.”—
“CALIFORNIA GURLS/WEST END GIRLS/A-TEAM IS REQUIRED ARREST”—An insane person blast emails various media outlets several times a day regarding Ryan Seacrest. I really quite enjoy reading these because they become poetic.
“Tim always thinks things need more power, and is often seen wearing sweaters from Michigan based schools. Tim thinks he knows everything there is to know about tools. He has more of a relationship with Wilson than anybody and he is always kidding around except on one rare occasion when he was serious and didn’t break anything after overhearing his son Randy making fun of him.”—