Grace Jones — “Slave to the Rhythm”
live in Switzerland, 2009
Bob Mould — “See a Little Light”
live on The Late Show with David Letterman, 2014-03-06
friendship is magic.
So they remade Sirens for American TV. Huh.
It’s especially interesting that it’s a 30 minute show. (The Channel 4 version was an hour.)
Sometimes after my Twitter client crashes I forget to open it back up. It’s actually pretty nice.
I don’t know, maybe it’s time to ditch Twitter too.
I mean, the last time a human talked to me was June 30, 2011.
The last tweet I wrote (not retweeted) was October 19, 2012.
Maybe I’ve already quit Twitter and just didn’t realize it for some reason.
New jobs beget new possibilities. My current favorite is the possibility of a bathroom of one’s own. (Also: the rest of an apartment.)
jrhyley replied to your post “My prescription for Looking season 2.”
I like Dom! Or at least his scenes with Doris, that dynamic is super fun. And Agustín just needs to spend some time in an inpatient psychiatric facility. Patrick can step in front of a BART train though.
Yeah, Dom + Doris are fun, and I do like him more than Agustín, as long as he’s not saying the words “peri-peri chicken”. And I fucking love peri-peri chicken.
But Agustín is toxic. Patrick on the other hand is just so dumb that he shouldn’t be let outside without some kind of adult supervision. (So you may get your wish after all….)
My prescription for Looking season 2.
St. Vincent, “Digital Witness”
The Colbert Report, 2014-02-25
“Harold Ramis was never even nominated for—much less awarded with—an Oscar, which is outrageous, and a testament to how undervalued comedy is by the Academy. If the guy who co-created Animal House, Caddyshack, Ghostbusters, and Groundhog Dayisn’t worthy of some awards recognition, then no one is. Harold Ramis’ movies made so many people happy, and he will be dearly missed.”
R.I.P. comedy film legend Harold Ramis, who died this morning at age 69 after a long illness. [Read more…]