This documentary about the New York Times looks pretty good, although I am concerned it will not have nearly enough Jukt Micronics references. Fingers crossed for ENOUGH Jukt Micronics references.
Page One Day Trailer, you guys. Starring Ellen Page.
co-starring Daniel Day-Lewis
Tickets will cost $15 to watch the first half hour, $20 to watch the first hour, and $25 to watch the whole thing
And it’s in black and white unless you watch it on a Sunday.
I’d prefer more references to Setec Astronomy, but to each their own.
Needs more Whistler driving a van if you ask me.
“You know what’s cooler than a billion dollars? A million dollars…” -New York Times financial analysts
Can you name a newspaper NOW, Mrs. Palin?
No need to fear, only the New York Times could bring us the audacious, in-depth music coverage that Internet media is afraid to cover. http://www.nytimes.com/2011/05/02/arts/music/insane-clown-posse-at-gramercy-theater-bamboozle-festival.html?_r=1&hp (Link via Pat M’s subscription)
They wore their best clown make-up:
I really hate that I just read that entire article.
One of the poems in The New Yorker this week is called “The Lorries”, so, you know, Videogum everywhere.
I prefer to read my magazine poetry from Maxim and O.
“What’s this?!?!?” – facetaco’s wife
“I only read O for the articles, not the pictures of Oprah!” – facetaco, probably
______, I’ll watch it.
Huh, all the Caucasians that are fit to print, am I right?
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