That this is even possible mildly blows my mind.
@HereKitty - But taking out the trees could also be a crucial prerequisite victory in the war against birds. (Or it could just be napalm/Agent Orange and Vietnam all over again.)
I would love to see the pageview stats for the NYT's "Pokemon Movie" review from 1999 up to, and including, today.
Demetri Martin was on this one a few years ago.
I've... seen things you people wouldn't believe... Dust bunnies piled high under the dresser of your son. I swept mouse droppings in the dark under the basement refrigerator. All those... chores... will be left for humanity, like tears... in... rain. Time... to die.
On Fish Ugly
@Smitros - And about as much like a Facehugger as a cuttlefish (maybe).
@jfruh - That makes it even weirder that the Times review is careful not to make that reveal.
@Mr. B - I was picturing an off-brand superhero.
Re: alt-text, I was recently trying to find Choire's September-ish 2008 Radar long-form writeup of the housing market meltdown and was disappointed, though not shocked, to find that it's not been archived in an easily accessible location on the Wayback Machine.
I'm going to start a rockabilly band named Alexander Balk and the Element Inspectors. Who's with me?