“This episode is about glorious morning coffee. Or more specifically, about our time-tested morning routines. Everybody has their morning routine that they rely on and cling to dearly.
“Analysis of the media and government’s reaction to the siege in Sydney, as a lone gunman seized dozens of hostages on Monday.” – Yt
Movie directors are notoriously protective of their unique styles, rejecting studios’ attempts to switch things up to appease audiences.
The best directors are the ones with a unique style and the confidence to carry on doing things their own way.
Oh, and then there is Michael Bay, who does things his own way but is a shockingly bad director as a result.
Jeb Bush has declared an interest in running for President of the United States in 2016. That’s Jeb Bush, son of George Bush, and brother of George W. Bush. Otherwise known as two of the biggest warmongers the world has ever seen.
Pay it forward. Make a difference. Remember the good.
“The Pakistani city of Peshawar has begun burying its dead after a Taliban attack at a school killed at least 132 children and nine staff.
Martin Freeman has had something of a mixed career. After finding fame with two seasons of The Office (the original and best version), he then disappeared from our screens.
Until, several years later, Peter Jackson cast him in The Hobbit as Bilbo Baggins. So what better way to mark Freeman’s appearance on Saturday Night Live than by mashing those two things together.
Hanukkah is the Jewish holiday which takes place over the course of eight days every winter. And that’s about as far as my knowledge of the Festival of Lights extends.
I admit I’m ignorant on this particular religious holiday. However, this video demonstrates that I’m not alone. In fact, I’m positively well-informed compared to some people.
“Australian police say three people, including the gunman, are dead after a hostage siege that lasted for more than 16 hours at a cafe in downtown Sydney. They say the gunman died in a confrontation with police.” – YT
Perhaps it’s just because I’ve never been skiing, and so don’t understand the dangers involved, but this ski line looks like it would be lots of fun.
Dangerous, sure. But also bags of fun for those who get it right.