@icecreammang : I know! HEATHERRRR. <3
@deepomega : Seriously, the "rainbow" ones are so fucking grody. Chocolate ones are the best.
@Lockheed Ventura : Word.
Was the food in question a Hostess snack cake? Because then your headline is TOGA YO-YO NABS HOHO, POPS JOURNO.
@tiemposbuenos : Snow Crash and Anathem are both pretty good too. Also, I second the "additional reading suggestions from the editors" proposal.
@Bridget Callahan : YES. My personal experience supports your thesis. In L.A., what makes me unhappy is freaking phone surveys. Anywhere else, I'm happy to take a phone survey, as it gives me an opportunity to complain about the weather.
Love, South Alabama eventually moving back to L.A. hopefully before I have a nervous breakdown.
Yeah, most of these I haven't even heard of -- and the ones I have didn't sound all that appealing. Now, if you put up the long list for the Hugo or the Nebula, then we'd have something to talk about.
@mishaps : Nah, Forsyte Saga, Madness of King George, V for Vendetta, few other things. I've always found him engaging and enjoyable to watch. It's just that he's waaaay foxier lately with the whole going-grey thing happening...
And if I didn't date *myself* by referring to Garrick Hagon as "Biggs Darklighter," then I'll just straight up tell you I'm turning 40 in exactly two months, in case that makes you feel better.
@collier : Oh, also? This season's guest stars will include Biggs Darklighter, Emma Peel, and the absurdly adorable D.I. Lestrade. Funnnn!
@mishaps : Maybe around the end of August, according to this? That's assuming they follow their previous routine of Shown At Festival, Then Air Immediately Afterward. I haven't seen anything "definitive" from the BBC etc, though.