I really like that the dates are given, I'd like to see this presented chronologically, a sort of hipster timeline. The changing idea of what the NYT thinks composes a hipster.
If someone had asked me to name 5 states full of terrible drivers, I would have absolutely answered "Texas, Florida, Indiana, Ohio and Michigan."
Thank you for everything.
Buffalo Bisons: totally still a team! The drunk-looking bison mascot named Buster was inhabited by my elementary school art teacher. At one point they added a second, smaller mascot named Chip. Then added an even smaller mascot named Microchip.
I vividly remember being devastated when Fish Police was cancelled.
Other March 22 births: William Shatner, Bob Costas, Chico Marx, Karl Malden, Stephen Sondheim, Orrin Hatch, Elvis Stojko, Dick Pound, Wolf Blitzer, and JJ Watt. It's a weird day.
@Gene Sorry, Richard Kind was great in A Serious Man, Richard Jenkins was great in Burn After Reading, and I have some weird blind spot when it comes to those two.
I really want to know if Frank has something totally juicy on Stamper, or if Stamper just really likes being a henchman. I suspect it's the latter. He excels in henchmanery.
@hershmire I contain multitudes (of smaller Victorias. Matryoshka-style).
I can't wait to see the transit museum's exhibit on Sandy. If they have one. They will probably have one.