@Lily Rowan the person is some kinda 3D character animation. it kinda looks to me like a prebuilt video-game ready model, and the filmmaker is fucking with his anatomy and movement controls. the car is from a video game, i'm pretty sure from grand theft auto. the whole shot where it's on the highway is taken entirely from the video game, but the other shots with the car, its composited into live action footage.
also: it is the most wonderful thing and i've watched it six times now and it just keeps getting better
@cabber babka. make a babka. it will take you all day, and then you will have a babka, which is about the best thing ever
@titsgrande please count me in. olives & mushrooms. great pizza combo.
@Away Laughing Yolo County??
@gtrachel i think we can all agree: moar semicolons plz
"olives are hand-picked, like bananas, they are best picked green, olive trees can live for thousands of years, you can put olives in a dessert."
disambiguation questin: should that read "olives are hand picked, like bananas" or "like bananas, they are best picked green" or (anthropomorphism!) "[olives] like bananas"?
@meowmischen non-mild olives forever times infinity!
"when I look down, I just miss all the good stuff, and when I look up, I just trip over things.”
yeah, at least half the girls in my graduating class went with Ani Difranco.
@Michelle LeBlanc@twitter Yep, looks like it, under "Therapist/Counselor." FWIW, I totally did what @MarianTheLibrarian did and just played phone tag till I had an appointment. Lots of therapists don't have receptionists, so the likelihood of just swapping a bunch of voicemails is reasonably high. Also, if you're getting a recommendation, you can ask for email addresses. (Email: A Thing That People Have!)
@meetapossum The hardest part is, once you get some names, you basically have to cold-call a stranger and say "Hi, so I think I could use some therapy." And then you have to go to that stranger's office and describe your entire life and all of the ways that you think you're doing it wrong. It is scary and hard! But it rapidly gets less scary, and somewhat more slowly gets less hard and once you've built a rapport with a good therapist it is so so worth it.