Had to throw this one together quickly, so apologies for another Game of Thrones-inspired one, this one a modification of the Night’s Watch oath applied to the shitposters of the Night Thread. The Night Thread gathers, and now my watch … Continue reading Scott OT #91: The Night Thread Oath (6/16)
I’ve been told that it’s impossible to be angry at a fictional character. I don’t think that’s true. I think if you intake enough good media, you are going to have emotions about the characters you run into. I could’ve … Continue reading What Fictional Character Makes You Angry?
In which Archer discovers the concept of chronology. Perhaps inspired by too many smartasses asking about Archer’s willfully anachronistic timeline, Danger Island has fairly beaten viewers about the head with its historical accuracy – the Messerchmitt is new, the German … Continue reading Archer S9 E8 “A Discovery”
Lawrence Jacoby’s fascination with the Pacific islands was well known, so nobody was surprised when he left a note that said “gone to Hawai’i, back soon” on the door of his office. They were suspicious that he left two such notes. … Continue reading Wrapped in Plastic Day 6: The trail narrows, Diane.
It’s time for another round of Muppet Casting, where we take a famous movie and ask, if Jim Henson’s Muppets made their own version of it (in the vein of The Muppet Christmas Carol and Muppet Treasure Island), which Muppets … Continue reading Muppet Casting: Indiana Jones
Spoiler Warning – The cover art does appear as a sequence inside the issue. Sacre Bleu! Recap – “Years ago, Wolverine was part of a team of Avengers with Iron Man, Spider-Man, Luke Cage, and Jessica Jones. They discovered a … Continue reading Review – ‘Adamantium Agenda’ #2
…And yawns and yawns and yawns and yawns. If it weren’t so tired, it could probably put together a better header. Continue reading Pet Thread: Yawns (6/16)
Hello and welcome to the bi-monthly Parental Guidance thread! Twice a month on a Saturday, Corn or Miss Rim will post a thread for parents and parental-adjacent people to participate in. We will select a topic as a starting off … Continue reading Parental Guidance June 16, 2018: Post-Kids Sex Life
Orson Welles made many great movies and F For Fake is one of his best. It’s a brilliant “documentary” about, among other things, fakery. Art forgers, magic, notorious fraud Clifford Irving, etc. It’s got brilliant editing, amazing directing, and a … Continue reading Scott OT #90: The Day Thread of the Monkey from F For Fake (6/16)
All I maintain is that on this earth there are pestilences and there are victims, and it’s up to us, so far as possible, not to join forces with the pestilences. — Albert Camus, The Plague The American Republic has … Continue reading The Weekend Politics Thread Explores the Lighter Side of Plague
What an exciting 2nd day we had, with both Egypt and Morocco losing in heartbreakers, while Spain and Portugal played one of the best matches in World Cup history. Egypt made the baffling decision of benching Salah (ok, not baffling … Continue reading World Cup Russia 2018: Day 3, By Gunnarsson’s Beard