Neil Patrick Harris and The Nerdist have teamed up to create Neil’s Puppet Dreams and this is the trailer. It looks hilarious, which I would expect from NPH.
Goonies never say die.
While this is true, I think we need to ask: does anyone give a shit? As far as I can tell the answer is a resounding “no”. I say we just let this planet burn. We don’t need no water let the motherfucker burn, burn motherfucker burn.
No editing or other tricks, just 2 youtube videos played at the same time.
In capitalism, prices are supposed to fluctuate. That’s why the price of gasoline (or diesel, in my case) goes up and down with demand and various world events. This is just common sense, right? So how did Coke stay at $0.05 for 70 years? Through the great depression and beyond! Check out NPR’s Planet Money podcast for the answer. And just generally check out Planet Money. For an English major like me, I was surprised to find out just how fascinating economics is. I love this podcast and economics. And I ain’t no Keynesian.
On the left, I’m unshowered and unshaven, with my glasses. On the right, showered, shaved and no glasses. How old am I?
It’s been a long time since anyone commented that I look really young, but—prior to being twenty-four—this was a very common occurrence. I always got ID’d at bars. But then I got glasses and slowly those comments faded away. In fact, I’ve had several people think I was significantly older.
I thought the days of having a baby face were behind me, but last week I posted a picture on Instagram after getting out of the shower to show how long my hair is getting. To my surprise, I had at least eight different people (through various channels) comment on how young I look.
Am I having a Clark Kent/Superman moment here? Except instead of turning into a superhero, I turn into a teenager. Do the glasses add 10-15 years? If so, I need to fix my broken, defective eyes, chuck out the glasses and start hanging out around high schools. Sup