Mistle Thrush reunion! (at Cuisine en Locale)
F22 Interceptor - Total Air Superiority. I remember having this game, and having no idea what I was doing. Also it ran at, like, 2 frames per second.
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That was a great game.
How low our beloved dot com 1 chair has fallen. The Aeron is dead. Long love the Leap.
(Source: goodgolly-missdolly, via officialdollyparton)
I don’t want to be a symbol, responsible for something huge that I don’t understand, that I don’t want to work on, that keeps coming back to me. I’m not an entrepreneur. I’m not a CEO. I’m a nerdy computer programmer who likes to have opinions on Twitter. — Microsoft Has Acquired Minecraft For $2.5 Billion | TechCrunch
Yet the economic arguments against independence seem not to be working — and may even be backfiring. I think I know why. Telling a Scot, “You can’t do this — if you do, terrible things will happen to you,” has been a losing negotiating strategy since time immemorial. If you went into a Glasgow pub tonight and said to the average Glaswegian, “If you down that beer, you’ll get your head kicked in,” he would react by draining his glass to the dregs and telling the barman, “Same again.” — Scots Must Vote Nae - NYTimes.com
Rockin out to dad. (at Irving Plaza)
Star Trek in Cinerama
(Source: agridul, via 2087)
v. excited about the new goth minifig.
Mineral at St Vitus #latergram
The median income in Brooklyn Heights grew to $166,346, while Dumbo’s reached $167,737,” reported the Daily News. That’s more than $150,000 difference in income between Brooklyn’s poorest and richest neighborhoods. — A tale of two Brooklyns: there’s more to my borough than hipsters and coffee | Money | theguardian.com
His company already produces a 30-minute weekly program for HBO — “News from the edge,” is the tagline — but he’d like to eventually have a 24-hour Vice network. —
Vice Media Stakes Future on A&E Networks Deal - NYTimes.com
For a second there I thought “what a depressing, backwards ambition,” but then I realized mine is to write hardcover books, so hey, to each aging Gen-Xer’s own I guess.