Sign me up for almost all of them.
With video of him doing it.
That is the kind of people who are on watch all over the world tonight—for you.
"I learned that if you are in combat, move to where the action is the hottest," he said. "Spend time with the soldiers being miserable, exhausted and scared. ... Whatever position or branch you are in, find the toughest, most dangerous job in your unit and go do it."
Useful review of recent "metacookbooks".
Little Steven, still sounding good.
That would be Ikea.
Many people may not know that every Ikea location has its own full-service restaurant.
In addition to serving iconic Swedish meatballs, the restaurant offers numerous dishes served in an elevated cafeteria style with a Swedish twist.
I think I agree that country music is probably better than some genres for tween-agers to listen to, but I don't want to try to get deep insights into life from either.
Country music certainly isn’t perfect: I don’t think I heard a song that used the construction “It doesn’t,” rather consistently reinforcing the incorrect “it don’t” usage. But I’ll take bad grammar in a song about loving your wife over pop culture’s nihilism any day.
Over at Economics Job Market Rumors someone asked why is Seinfeld considered so funny. One reply said, watch this. I think it's a fine choice.
I haven't rewatched it, but I really enjoyed it the first time.
If you’ve ever taken a course on screenwriting, Annie Hall, Woody Allen’s 1977 masterpiece, is an example of what not to do. Screenwriting experts tell you: Show, don’t tell. Don’t break the fourth wall and talk directly to the audience. Maintain the tone without wild shifts—especially something as outlandish as adding a cartoon. Make the protagonist likable. Keep the timeline and story arc straight, and stay away from religion.
Annie Hall smashed all of these conventions, giving the world not only an Oscar-Winning picture, but a movie that only seems to get richer and bolder with each passing year as new films get more conservative and conventional.
I'm not sure these features will spread too far outside the Upper West Side.