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January 29, 2010

Endnotes (1/29/10)


Noah Millman suggests a Guys and Dolls movie remake with George Clooney and Will Smith. All I can say is: Sign. Me. Up.

Introducing the Code 58 car.(WARNING: One commenter reports malware from something on that site. I've visited the site many times without a problem, so I'm not sure what's going on. Maybe it's something in an ad that just shows up occasionally. Proceed at your own risk.) I know I keep saying "awesome" about things related to this show, but there's really no other word for it. I have to say: I was skeptical about the whole concept at first. I was going to watch for Whitford, of course, but I wasn't all that enthused about the premise. But in the last few weeks, I've become really excited about it, mostly thanks to the writers/producters/directors tweeting about it.

Selleck Waterfall Sandwich Because - well, why not?

Valerie Wilson on women in the CIA. Some of her generalizations about things "all women" can just do raise my hackles, but it's an interesting piece.

The best Salinger obit is from The Onion.

Warning: This xkcd just made me cry.

Androids: Data is the best. OBVIOUSLY.

You know, I wish female figure skaters would stop pulling their tights down over their skates. It just looks dumb. We know you're wearing skates!

Want tips for keeping your clandestine affair a secret? Ask John Edwards.

Why don't book reviewers ever say books are boring?

I adore Kristen Bell, so I wanted to see When in Rome, but after reading this hilarious review... well, I still want to see it, actually, if only to see how awful it is. But I'll wait for Netflix.

Posted by Kat at January 29, 2010 10:40 PM

Whoa. I followed your link to look at the Code 58 car, and the site installed a piece of malware on my system. You might want to disable that link.

I closed my browser almost instantly, so it didn't get a chance to do much and we were able to remove it quickly.

Posted by: Cocoonivus at January 31, 2010 12:55 PM

I. Know.! That xkcd seriously teared me up.

Posted by: alissa at February 5, 2010 04:10 PM
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