Almost as anxiety-inducing as a watch repair, but still fun to see it all come together.
Coming August 16!
Star Wars was more of a team effort than George Lucas would have you believe.
Truer words were never spoken.
Some dude named Jeff started playing jokes on stores by creating fake products, and placing them in stores. Not totally hysterical, but pretty clever. Here’s a few examples, but if you need more go here…
I know what I’m watching tonight …
Like hearing it for the first time.
If there’s an afterlife, I want it to look like this.
San Diego Comic-Con is unfathomably massive, and we walk through the entire show floor to give you a sense of the exhibit hall’s scope and scale. Norm and Kishore take us to some of their favorite booths in one continous walk, navigating through the crowds, cosplay, and collectibles of Comic-Con 2019.
I never hated Don’t Tell a Soul as much as some other diehard Mats fans, but always really wanted to hear these other versions, especially after reading Trouble Boys. Speaking of that, here’s Mehr, who wrote the liner-notes for this box set with a really weird format.
“While it’s impossible to unhear a record that’s been around for three decades, this version, Don’t Tell A Soul Redux, is the album the band made and intended to release. In addition to Matt Wallace’s mix, Redux also restores several crucial elements from the sessions, including original drums tracks, vocal takes and tempos that were altered in post-production…[and] the band’s original sequence of the album.”
The box also includes a contemporary live set. I saw them on that tour, and they were quite good. My birthday is in a couple of weeks. You can pre-order it for me here.
Here’s 24 of the best insults and put downs by Shakespeare. Feel free to use these at the water cooler in the office.
“Villain, I have done thy mother…”