Still in denial.
I love this show so much. It is one of the only shows I don't let build up on my DVR because I want to know what happens next as soon as it airs. She is absolutely amazing.
Thanks for this. We always need more bears.
On People Will Be Singing That Song From From The White Stripes "Elephant" Album Long After Elephants Themselves Are Extinct
It seemed like it was a soccer chant in Europe a few years before it crossed the pond.
If you haven't, please read Tim Powers' Stress of Her Regard.
Byron, Polidori, the Shelleys are all major characters. It's quite wonderful.
I haven't picked up the follow up, which came out last year, Hide me Among the Graves, but Polidori's ghost plays a prominent role.
*sigh* I have been using Flipboard on my phone and ipad to push my Google reader feeds through for about two years now. I really like it quite a bit, but they don't have a desktop interface.
I'm test driving Feedly, but I suspect that by July I'll have 15 different rss platforms obsessively updated with my google reader feed and I'll still feel incomplete. The thing I'll miss the most, of course, is the super full feeds extension on Chrome: https://chrome.google.com/webstore/detail/super-full-feeds-for-goog/khbjahpecnkenngkidhioicnfpakihgo/details
If someone finds an RSS platform with this, lemme know.
I was 18 years old and saw it in the theater for the first time with my best friend. We just graduated from high school and were about to go on to college. I think afterwards, rather than Thelma or Louise, we wanted to be Callie Khouri when we grew up. Love this movie so much. Still want to be Callie Khouri.
@Astigmatism Heh. Oh yeah. The Prius CAN perform, but he doesn't want to let it because of the computer telling him how much energy he's using.
Of course, he LOVES to drive my mom's VW Sportswagen TDI. Performance and decent gas mileage, without the constant monitoring. (That's what I drive, and I concur. It's a pretty fun ride if you're trying to go a little responsible in vehicle purchases.)
My dad drove performance vehicles for years. Gas guzzling, torqued out, big engine cars that got from 0-60 on some nanosecond scale. (1969 912, 198something 928, 1990 Q45, 2000 911, 2002 X5).
Man got a Prius, and it's like I could walk faster. He's always playing the "can I not use gas?" game with his damned computer. Especially coming off lights. And the worst part? Damned Prius IS a pretty good performance vehicle.
You know, I still can't give blood because I lived on that island in 1994 and 1995 and may or may not have ingested angry bovine.