I am LOVING the snark about Kim Kardashian’s latest inability to read the room!
But my FIRST THOUGHT upon reading her unintentionally hilarious tweet? “This is… this is literally a chapter of World War Z.“
A absolutely wonderful Twitter thread sprung up a couple days ago, just as it was coming out how many Tories had voted for children to go hungry. Observe:
Nadine Dorries is pro feeding hedgehogs but not children. The reaction is… gosh it’s exactly what you’d hope for.
Well, you get the idea.
You probably shouldn’t actually put food out for hedgehogs. My family did just that once and the poor hedgehogs just fell in the nearby fish pond and drowned. Bless ’em, they’re not smart animals. Though probably smarter than Nadine Dorries.
This time two years ago was a strange, strange night. First I heard the news coming in of the Pittsburgh synagogue shooting. I can’t remember the name of the shooter, it’s on Wikipedia but I forgot it the minute I clicked out, which is good.
I couldn’t stick around because we had prebooked tickets to a Halloween party. But on the way back through Leicester city suddenly there were all these sirens, far more than normal, enough to know something had gone horribly wrong. When we got back it turned out there had been a major helicopter crash.
So for a few days after that the whole city was grieving one bad thing and the whole world (it seemed) was grieving an entirely different bad thing. It was not a good time.
Pretty DANG EXCITING right? Even though it’s barely even making the front page news. (At least not yet.)
But we now edge ever closer to Futurama.
I’ve been on a bit of a Titanic kick recently. I screencapped the movie and I remembered how utterly sad and fascinating I find that story.
I know the film gets a lot of flack but the performances! God the performances are so good. Kate Winslet says so much with just her eyes, see shots 3 and 4 for example. Also Jonathan Hyde’s acting as J. Bruce Ismay is so very underrated. The scene where he escapes the ship, ahead of people who deserved it more… oh man. That’s one of my favourite parts of the movie.
Also how great is the fading transition which makes Jack and Rose into ghosts on the decaying ship?
But I think my favourite shot in Titanic is the first one in this set, of Jack and Cal and the unnamed father standing over the lifeboat. Jack and Cal never existed, but that guy – based on what he says to his daughters in that scene, he would appear to be Benjamin Hart. Who did very much exist, and died on the ship that night.
Absolutely nothing will come of this of course. Philip Davis appears to frequently vote against children, women and carers. But here you go. A man who deserves to be condemned not just for his opinions but his actual actions.
Something awesome happened at work and then later on I got this really lovely review on one of my fanfics.
It’s one of the nicest, most amazing things I’ve ever got from a stranger. I want to look at it all day.
Their loves: They have awarded more than £1billion of contracts to companies run by their “friends and donors”Tory loves and hates — Govt Newspeak
The absolute state of this country right now.
Niantic is continuing to host a wide variety of events and announce new features for the millions of Pokémon GO players around the world. The developer of the immensely-popular mobile game has confirmed that Galarian Ponyta and Galarian Rapidash will soon make their Pokémon GO debuts. Galarian Ponyta is indeed the “beautiful, colorful Pokémon” that […]Niantic reveals first images of Galarian Ponyta in Pokémon GO — Pokémon Blog
[excited intake of breath]