@clairedammit I think The Old Reader has just decided to skip me - I don't even have an import number anymore :( I actually subscribed to the old reader, netvibes and feedly - so far feedly is working the best for me.
Don't know if it was staged or not (or if that even matters) but I would encourage people to watch the full documentary. It was quite engaging.
I used to work in that building back when it was still a bank with a bajillion dentist's offices in it. It really is a gorgeous building. The lobby (what was the bank floor) is open to the public so if you are in the neighborhood you should swing by and take a look.
@C_Webb that paragraph definitely lowered my sense of sympathy. He was duped about who he was speaking to, but I think its clear he knew he was running drugs.
@Commentee that is her HS prom pic? Why do they look so adult? I looked like a fetus in comparison!
this seems more snide than funny.
@smidge there is an ugh feeling, then the "Its their lives to live" feeling and then the "why are they focused on so much while plenty of other heinous stars get a pass" and then I just get tired of thinking about it at all.
I found this Grammy awards surprisingly enjoyable. It was very heavy on the performances and had a mix of genres. I had heard of Mumford & Sons before but this was the first time I heard them perform and I was very impressed. This reminds me to buy their album today.
On Nasty Boys
Love Kate Beaton. She is the reason I got behind the Choose Your Own Adventure Hamlet Kickstarter. I figured anything featuring her artwork was worth it.