I mean in this case, her job is to be on TV. Pretty sure a streak of exhibitionism is par the course for that field.
How I Learned To Stop Worrying And Love Your Mother
whoops meant to say “Baby Blue” not “it’s all over now baby blue”
That was basically the problem.
Crystal Blue Persuasion matched the context of the scene. Baby Blue seemed clunky and gratuitous.
I’m partly in the “It ended too neatly” camp. I thought it went way too hard to bring resolution to all the arcs. And not just narrative but emotional. In that regard, I thought it was a little too pandering given other more dramatic choices made throughout the series.
But I still would have been firmly in the “I really loved it!” camp, if it wasn’t for that dumb song choice at the very end. Dude in charge of music has largely killed it. And lyrically, “It’s All Over Now Baby Blue” more or less falls in line with the closing of the curtain. But the tone was way too much of a contrast. To give them the benefit of the doubt, it may have been meant to hearken back to the more light-hearted nature of earlier seasons. But even with that in mind, we’ve long since past that point. You can’t go home again.
Something like “Blue Crystal Fire” might have been more appropriate if we HAD to have a closing song with vague thematic connotations. http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=YYaGChm8RWw
oh that’s cool. .png’s don’t post until 10hrs later so you look like a dick when you post something twice.
Makes sense that he would be affiliated with Pizza Pizza though.
If that’s true, if you don’t know who I am, then maybe life is just like… this gap between ourselves and all these unbridgable souls, yknow? Can any of us ever truly know the other? Anyway, good talk Hank. You… you take care of yourself.
There was a music festival in my city a couple of years ago, and he came and did a show in a museum auditorium (which was incorporated into the festival site).
He was painting, running on a treadmill, taking questions from the audience and BLENDING SMOOTHIES. There was an on-stage band and a giant screen behind him projecting what we were already seeing.
The auditorium probably could hold a couple of hundred people, but there were maybe 30 people attending.
It was the most surreal shit I have ever witnessed.
I feel like they’re missing the whole point of bubble wrap. The catharsis comes from squeezing the bubbles with your hand and popping it like a zit. It’s that set-up, building pressure and then release.
This guy’s just riding a bike on trash.
Whoa, I actually think Delivery Man looks kind of good and maybe heartwarming? Am I having a stroke? Am I running out of fertile eggs?
I initially thought these guys must be hella dumb but that guy that said “HEY WHAT HAPPENED TO MY RAMP” nailed it.
What happens during Leap Years though? Do they get an extra 3.9 minutes of crime spree?
Anything can happen when two people share a cell, cuz.
That’s not how acronyms work.
I watch Modern Family too, Rafael Alberto Perez.
that one clip of an old woman, probably comparitvely poor, running a popcorn stand in a busy touristy area, having her stand accidentaly set on fire, her only economic tie, half-crying in russian so you can never be sure of the depth of her screamed words, was the saddest footage i’ve seen this week.
but also HAHA FAIL. IN YOUR FACE GRANDMA. FAIL FAIL FAIL. HAHAHAHAHA
MINUS THE DRUNK DRIVING obviously. Unless that’s next level trolling.
is her just being a massive troll obvious only to me? I feel like i’m living in crazy town.
Who even cares if their motives are internally focused? At least there’s a modicum of positivity and support behind them, instead of cynicism being masked as befuddlement for jokez on blog.com
I actually was so on board with the opening scene of pulling glass out of your head with no blood. That could be the start of a really intense psychology probing art film.
But then it was because, like superpowers, or college or something? Nah. Nahhhhh.
I learned abosolutely nothing about the weather forecast for tomorrow.
I watched this high last night. And I’ve never wanted someone to just DIAL IT DOWN more in my life.