Not that anyone on Tumblr needs to be told that Mary HK Choi is great, and that any new venture from The Awl that involves Liz Colville is a must-bookmark, but sometimes we as a people need to re-assert even the most basic FACTS to ensure that we’re all on the same cultural page.
Does anybody know how to use more than one Netflix account on a single PS? I just downloaded the new PS3 app, and it’s great and all, but my roommate would like to use her account as well and we don’t know how to make it work. She requested a disc a while ago, but the discs aren’t personalized, and the PS3 read it as if it was my disc.
Just checking, since Googling has gotten me nowhere.
I was looking at apartment listings on Craigslist earlier and was pleasantly surprised to see that one of them was listed as being near the “Bear Garden.” I didn’t even know we had one of those, but I definitely want to live near it! It’s not like I have kids to worry about or anything.
A: Wow, that’s kind of harsh. The question of Betty Draper’s motherhood is very peculiar to me. Because we were all raised by women like this. And I know it’s easy to hate her and think she seems childish and impulsive. We’re all here because of women like that. We’ll see how those kids turn out. They could end up being TV writers.” —
I find the way Betty Draper/Francis is written totally fascinating, and I’m not prepared to call her a monster, but, uh, Matthew Weiner, I think you are maybe projecting a bit here? Mistaking the personal for the universal much?
- Nick Reding, Methland: The Death And Life Of An American Small Town (90 pages in)
- Naoki Urasawa, 20th Century Boys Vol. 2 (I like this, but am not quite sure yet if I really want to spend $130 to read the whole thing… but that’s what reading comics is like when you don’t work in the industry, I guess?)
- H. Rider Haggard, King Solomon’s Mines (I’m working on pulp comics, so it seemed appropriate to read the original Victorian pulp novel)
- Los Bros Hernandez, Love & Rockets: New Stories Vol. 3 (yes, still, sigh)
This is probably the single darkest thing I’ll read all day. Yikes.
I’m in a house on a gigantic lake (it could’ve been the ocean, perhaps) somewhere in Canada, along with several other people I don’t know, and we all must do our best to stay silent and motionless to hide from a horde of zombies that only show up at night. After the first night, a gang of vampires shows up to protect us and help us escape, but we don’t know what they will demand in return. They might want to drink our blood, they might want to turn us into vampires. One of them might have been my godfather, and one of them might have been Eric from True Blood, but he didn’t take his clothes off so it’s hard to say.
I refuse to link to TMZ, so I will second-hand link to Tyler’s post where I learned this troubling bit of info: Courtney Cox and David Arquette are splitting up! Obviously I feel bad for them, but the truly crucial question is: Does this endanger Scream 4 in any way? Because I don’t think I can handle another bit of bad news regarding that movie, which I continue to hold out hope for, because I am an idiot.
Also I hope this doesn’t bring Courtney down too much and negatively affect her performance on Cougar Town, which I am kind of in love with lately. THERE I SAID IT, I WATCH COUGAR TOWN, DO YOU WANT TO MAKE SOMETHING OF IT. YOU DON’T KNOW WHAT YOU’RE MISSING, OKAY.