I think I speak for everyone when I say I have no idea what you're talking about.
If only. Not sure where you guys were/are seeing that, but it's inaccurate. This is a more up to date list of participating sites.
The tone read as "you like that show? That show sucks," but glad to better understand you weren't merely using the show as just a vehicle to take a pot shot at another commenter. And your cliche was mopped clean by The Adjustment Bureau, but I mean. Really, I have waterfront property on the Olentangy to sell you if you're surprised by its bent.
I actually "like" the show? I think two or three of the episodes have been nearly great (though admittedly one was full on recycled from another Sorkin vehicle) and shows its true potential but a few of the others (including this past Sunday's) are so bad, "hate watch" is a favorable description of what undertaking them was like.
I think it's completely within reason to think the absence of Glass-Steagall created a regulatory environment that encouraged banks to be more risky without falling into a quid pro quo fallacy.
There are plenty of valid criticisms (of which you dismiss in favor of championing the worst actor in a relatively strong ensemble cast) of The Newsroom that don't involve over simplifying the subject matter or creating false dichotomies where you dismiss it for falling to (paraphrase Sorkin) go on a mission to civilize and engage on high level topics at the level of Bloomberg or The McLaughlin Group.
It's a tragically flawed show, but shitting on a fellow reader for enjoying it in lieu of its shortcomings by playing tired cliches seems the wrong way to go about doing it.
Giddy had I chosen the opener it would've been the same tune. Should I be frightened? GET OUT OF MY HEAD, GINTER.
Tons of credit to Ramzy and Urbzrenewal for getting Waugh on compliance's radar before anyone else. It would seem pretty open and shut, but hopefully Kentucky State Police can ensure he doesn't come close to dialoguing with any underaged kids ever again and the university can make this into a real teaching moment.
Four 5-stars, eh? The rich get richer. Welcome, Jeff, Kyle, Chad, and Dave.
This is the stuff dreams are made of. Okay, fever dreams, but dreams none the less.
Is that 71% DJ, 1% for each additional Marionaire?
Thanks so much for the kind words, y'all. Look forward to seeing you when I see you.
I think I've decided my rapper name is now 'Luke Win'.
Sunday at 4 PM EST.
Something can be both inappropriately racist and a mildly clever turn of phrase. ESPN should know better as one of the leaders in their industry, but given how often they placate to the lowest common denominator, I'm not sure it should be any kind of surprise.
He could be for them what Taylor Price was supposed to be.
Agreed! Here's Bon Iver doing an incredible 4AD Session.
01. Hinnom, TX
03. I Can't Make You Love Me
I miss Raising Cane's all the time. In the spirit of Elika, the random Columbus place I miss that I can't get in this moment in time is Mad Mex, though I also routinely miss Adriatico's and Smokin' Joe/Hounddogs.