January 3, 2012 Leave a comment
New Wavers were kind of hipsters, weren’t they?
progressive politics and regressive entertainment. like peanut and butter.
Over the holidays, Marcus Books attempted to fight back against Amazon. The nation’s oldest black-owned bookstore added a Chrome extension called, “Amazon, huh?” which pops up with the following message for those browsing Amazon.com:
January 3, 2012 5 Comments
I was thinking about my childhood fascination with the Doctor Who theme song the other night because, well, you’d think about it too if that was one of your childhood highlights, and also because I’ve finally been getting to the new Doctor Who. New. As in 2005.
Rick Santorum on Meet the Press New Year’s Day revived the oldie-but-goodie:
That old Beach Boys song, “Bomb Iran”?
–U.S. Presidential Candidate John McCain, April 2007
Ah, bomb bomb bomb bomb bomb Iran.
Bomb bomb bomb bomb bomb Iran.
Oh, bomb Iran.
Now, there’s a plan!
Don’t need no talkin’ ’cause we know the
Only way of dealin’ with Iran:
Bomb bomb bomb bomb Iran.
In follow-up news to our 30 Rock and the Dictator concerns, NBC has reassured US Weekly that Tina Fey and the rest of her cabal of writers are on top of things, and are figuring out how to reconcile the sitcom’s subplot dealing with North Korea, now that the dictator Kim Jong Il is dead.
Unfortunately, it will mean an end to the fun of Margaret Cho playing the lunatic despot, unless they concoct some flashback scenes.
– Flashback to 30 Rock and the Death of a Dictator