you can call me dogmouth if that's easier
If you've got a nostalgia kick, Smashbox O-Gloss is basically Lip Venom in squishy tube.
"After her second husband raped her, she put rat poison in his whiskey."
I'm a little ashamed to admit how widely I grinned when I read that.
@bureaucrab Miss Fisher is also streaming on Netflix.
I'm wondering why Italy is so far down on that list.
This does nothing to disabuse me of my idea that Ross Douthat is Mr. Mybug from Cold Comfort Farm come to life.
@katiemcgillicuddy OK I will look forward to talking about it then. Be warned: the documentary a depressing and shocking thing, even if you're somewhat familiar with the science and the scandal. The book is next on my reading list.
I've been following the TBI/CTE story for a while, and IMO, the whole thing has more implications for the NCAA and youth football than it does directly for the NFL (but of course a change at lower levels would affect the league), but I'd be interested to hear others' opinions.
@katiemcgillicuddy can I be a downer and talk about the concussion documentary here? Have you seen it? If so, what do you think?
@lasso tabasco I loved call the midwife! Have you seen Foyle's War (which is often on PBS mystery as well as being on Netflix)? It's a police procedural set in wartime Britain, and has the same sort of "feel" (to me) as Call the Midwife, although it does get pretty dark at times.
Aah this reminds me of The Midcentury Menu!, whose author actually cooks from 40s-70s cookbooks. Some of the recipes are surprisingly yummy (especially the vintage cocktails) some are...not. (like the liver pate jell-o mold) Anyway, it's worth a read, if you've ever looked through an old cookbook and wondered what these things actually tasted like. www.midcenturymenu.com