Nothing is on my dashboard. It’s like the world had ended.
"there’s someone in your audience today, just an ordinary kid, so high, sad eyes, look out for her. someone who loves to think why the sky is blue and how bees can hover like helicopters but… after today she stops being ordinary, she grows up to be extraordinary. a woman who changes the world… all she needed was a nudge from you."
Beautiful. I need to remind the physicist of this more often.
minivinnie asked: What should I do? I have tickets to the Day of the Doctor screening on Monday, November 25th, but I also have BBC America to watch it on Saturday. Should I see it live with everyone else and just have a heighted experience of it in 3D on Monday OR should I lock myself in a room from Saturday to Monday trying to avoid spoilers to see it for the first time in theaters Monday?
We’re doing the “Watch Several Times on Saturday AND Then Again on Monday” option because why not?
Oh, watch it several times. I’ve got tickets for a screening and I plan on watching it with the SO on Saturday (probably twice) and then enjoying the experience (but in 2D with my 2D glasses — thanks, Hank Green!!) in the theater and in costumes on Monday.
- If you’re a member of the mainstream media and you are seriously entertaining the notion of the Obamacare website debacle as “Obama’s Katrina,” then fuck right off because almost 2,000 people died in Katrina and who the fuck has died because Healthcare.gov has had a rocky start, you assholes?
Ohmylord, I am so sick of talking heads acting as though the sky is falling because a website is buggy. Anyone else remember sitting at the computer for, literally, hours listening to the modem call into AOL and get a busy tone — I lived for that moment when AOL would actually connect and I could spend hours trying to download a three minute clip.