@mochi : Oh, absolutely agreed. Lady Snowblood is awesome, and grim as hell.
I suppose Sympathy for Lady Vengeance was too on-the-nose, but, c'mon BAM, not even the version that slowly desaturates over the course of the movie? That's some serious art-house-meets-revenge-flick convergence right there.
I know the joke's been made multiple thousands of times, but every time I read her name I think that maybe there is something to nominative determinism after all.
NO METAL IN THE SCIENCE OVEN.
@Prabir Majumder : You said it, man.
@Cụ Thịnh@facebook : And thus is a spambot hoisted on its own petard, etc, etc.
My version of a balanced dinner is kale and a martini.
OH HELL YES. That is all.
@Julie the T : It looks weirdly like that kid-with-other-peoples'-hands-on-his-head image from the "learn any language!" Web ad things that I never click on and which I cannot find now that I look for it but which invariably crops up in those "From Around the Web" webpage ad sections. Whew.
I'll just leave this here, then.
@j-i-a : It's particularly delightful because my reaction was the same as with all mass-media science gaffes : science-nerd rage followed by resignation that "nobody cares that this makes no sense, so best not to get worked up about it." So seeing this cheered me right up, because YES IT DOES MATTER THAT NOTHING ORBITS PLANETS (except moons and other natural satellites) AND OTHER REAL PEOPLE SHARE MY FEELINGS.
@Jinxie, Rock and Roll Ken Doll : At least the topic wasn't "what do you do about a ring avulsion" because the answer is OH GOD NOW THE IMAGE IS IN MY HEAD AND I WILL NEVER WEAR JEWELRY AGAIN.