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  1. Just read this piece on PC Magazine. That Brother ad does not go away as you scroll. It doesn’t even go away if you click on it. You literally have about a quarter of the page to read the thing you came for. Which is a piece by John Dvorak lamenting the disappearance of Google Glass. So, yeah, OK, maybe in this case it’s a feature. Still…

    Just read this piece on PC Magazine. That Brother ad does not go away as you scroll. It doesn’t even go away if you click on it. You literally have about a quarter of the page to read the thing you came for. Which is a piece by John Dvorak lamenting the disappearance of Google Glass. So, yeah, OK, maybe in this case it’s a feature. Still…

  2. The Sportsmaster is the name used by two DC Comics villains who used their sports skills for criminal purposes.

    Sportsmaster - Wikipedia

    This may be the most DC-iest thing ever.

  3. It’s bigger on the inside.

    It’s bigger on the inside.

  4. I have to admit to liking the bit about the characters going to Pearls Before Swine writer Stephan Pastis to complain about puns. Pastis is also the author of the Timmy Failure series, something I’ve suggested on Turning This Car Around.

    I have to admit to liking the bit about the characters going to Pearls Before Swine writer Stephan Pastis to complain about puns. Pastis is also the author of the Timmy Failure series, something I’ve suggested on Turning This Car Around.

  5. Me, except office instead of apartment. Also, I never had a beach body.

    Me, except office instead of apartment. Also, I never had a beach body.

  6. ☛ 34: You'll Never Love a Clown Again

    turningthiscararound:

    This time we’re going to talk about the stories that get told. Some of them are lies, some of them are just fiction. Which is kind of like lying.

    Relevant films for some of Jon’s kid’s lies are The Sixth Sense and Poltergeist. Also, Shakes The Clown.

    Speaking of lying, we…

  7. kellydeal:

    dbvictoria:

    With all the heat Anita Sarkeesian gets for her Tropes series, you’d think it was a new topic, but Gene Siskel & Roger Ebert had a discussion on a similar theme when they were talking about the influx of slasher movies on their show in 1980.

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    1980.

    NOT ALL MOVIES FROM 1980.