Driving Blind: Lego and Booze
“Way out in the country tonight he could smell the pumpkins ripening toward the knife and the triangle eye and the singeing candle.”
I’m on the run this afternoon so I’ll have to keep it short.
Lego faces are getting angrier and angrier–mostly because so many sets are now based around popular movie franchises.
I spent an hour every Sunday night last summer hate-watching the Newsroom and was looking forward to doing it again, but apparently this time will be different.
Isaac Chotiner calls out John Harwood for a piece in The New York Times that reads like it was written by a robot built out of the conventional wisdom.
Christopher Nolan was originally against Zack Snyder’s decision to have –*Spoiler*– in the Man of Steel.
Fact checking the last season of Game of Thrones according to the books.
Some new details surrounding the casting and characters for “Star Wars VII?”
We’re in the golden age of booze, and so naturally the cocktail arms race is well underway.
A theory of the decline and fall of America.
Donald Boudreaux urges caution when it comes to mixing science and public policy. The former can show us the risks, but it’s ultimately up to people to decide whether they’re worth taking.