this Clint Eastwood poster hangs on the wall of our DM’s house and one day mid-D&D I looked up and said “why is Clint Eastwood doing a Sailor Moon pose” and my boyfriend sighed
So basically this is franwilde's fault, because I was on a tear about it the other night and she told me I needed to write a blog post. So here's a blog post. (Does anybody even read blogs anymore? Tap, tap, is this thing on? “140 characters is all anyone will ever need.”)
My Least Favorite…
And Bulletproof Monk tries to have it both ways, in the end… and it doesn’t quite work because, gawd, that boy was such a nitwit the entire movie. Sigh.
(I still watch the movie, because Chow Yun Fat being a smartassed badass will never get old.)
"This was it, named after him. Alexandria. You could do two things here: get very rich, and get yourself the best education in the world." — James Burke, Connections
Within the first five minutes of the first “real” episode in the series, “Death in the Morning,” Mr. Burke is making sure everyone knows he won’t be pulling any punches.
Now, I know that the story of the Library of Alexandria is slightly more complicated, but let’s be fair: This is accurate enough for the program’s purposes, and it certainly gets the point across.
Sorry it took so long to get from the first episode to here. I was distracted by shinies elsewhere… but I have another bit from this episode to post before too much longer, honest!