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Things that are only believable when someone *else* says them about you:
A fucking dynamo in bed
"Are you SURE you want to unsubscribe?" How dare you question me, spam list.
In an age when Netflix releases whole seasons of a new show at once, "TV Network Orders New Pilot" sounds quaint, like an unpaid internship.
"Products don't really get that interesting to turn into businesses until they have about a billion users." - Mark Zuckerberg, for real.
I haven't watched the NYC street harassment video yet. Is it just 10 hours of guys yelling "actually it's about ethics in games journalism"?
This is my last full-time week at my day job. As of November 1, I'll be a freelancer once again. Onward, predictably unpredictable career!
Notice how Millennials have been branded this way by Gen X and Baby Boomers? Every generation is yoked with the presumptions of its elders.
When your government and your corporations are essentially the same thing, your freedom is even more illusory than usual.
It feels like something is really fucked up in America when the announcement of superhero movie release dates is a daylong news event.
2000: No real actor would be caught dead in a superhero movie.
2014: You're not a real actor until you're in a superhero movie.
And the 2024 Oscar for Best Picture goes to... [ opens envelope ] Marvel's The Avengers 5: Age of Ultron 2: The Return of Heimdall: Revenge
Gmail just showed me an ad for EFax -- "Fax without a fax machine." In my email, on my laptop, in 2014, how is faxing still a valid problem?
"Marvel Unveils 9 Glorious Logos" is a headline you should only run if no one has died globally in a week.
And if we all wake up in mid-2015 and say, "You know, I'm pretty much over comic book movies," Marvel can wrap it all up with a bow in 2019.
Benedict Cumberbatch would be amazing as a live-action adult Charlie Brown. Or Linus. Or Woodstock, really.