They wanted more tracks, he provided them...
On those occasions when she showed up at a con to meet Elise, she saw lots of fans in groups talking. To her they seemed angry and rude. To Elise they seemed nothing of the sort. [...]
She did suggest that many of the common features of fanspeak seem to be related to thinking in "written English".
In case your provider is served with an incorrect DMCA letter (and most of them are).
Too many Firefox extensions I can't live without now; I'd be using Opera otherwise.
Every episode they read 4 pages of "Lord Foul's Bane", analyse it (with guest experts!), then re-enact it. Brilliant.
Captain America could be decent if he's fighting the Nazis, but it's unlikely. Black Panther and Hawkeye, no. No. No. Shang Chi: martial arts movies are occasionally brilliant, but I see no value in attaching one to this rightly-forgotten franchise. Nick Fury is just another action hero.
Cloak and Dagger has the potential to be excellent (think Sin City), and Ant-Man is different enough to be interesting even if it's mediocre. I actually think that Power Pack could be the best of the lot.
I doubt that the Avengers film will be made anytime soon: too many of the characters are in their own separate films for it to remain consistent with the other franchises.
Dr. Strange has promise, but it'd have to be an origin story -- Strange is far too unlikable and overpowered later on. I expect they'll ruin it anyway with a high-stakes villain like Dormammu.
Of course, it's Marvel, so they're all going to suck. Can't I dream?
The media is refusing to play the political game in New Orleans. What's so sad and pathetic about this is that it's happened at all -- if it takes a disaster of this magnitude to get the media to ask hard questions, then in all ordinary circumstances their worth is less than nothing.
Userscript proxy -- like an evolved proxomitron. Obviously less powerful than GreaseMonky (no browser access or XMLHttpRequest) but usable out-of-the-box with any browser.
It's a parade of trivial fallacies. The Argument From Copyright Law?! IHBT?