Last week I confessed to never having read Slaughterhouse Five.
I finished it this week. Loved it.
Are you read for another geek-fession?
I don't enjoy the work of Seth MacFarlane.
I've never watched a full episode of any of his animated stuff. I have never felt the need. You see, I've watched The Simpsons for a long time.
I thought Ted was just okay.
MacFarlane was kinda hokey as an award show host.
All in all, I'm just not impressed.
That's not to say that I wouldn't use the release of his new comedy (?) western, A Million Ways to Die in the West, to make an offbeat cheesecake selection.
Please say hello to Sarah Silverman.
Ms. Silverman is a highly respected standup comic. Granted, her comedy isn't for everyone, but, as we all know, comedy is not pretty.
Ms. Silverman has also appeared in numerous movies, notably School of Rock, The Aristocrats and Wreck-It Ralph.
She was romantically linked to Jimmy Kimmel for years. That was until this happened...
After that? Well, Kimmel is married to someone else. There is only so much betrayal a man can take.
Let's hit the links.
Carl Sagan describes the human condition...via comic strip
The overly attached girlfriend
Jack White: World's fastest recording/release of new record
Galactic Cowboys rare live performance of material from 'The Horse That Bud Bought' [Guitar Center Texas - region drum off finals - 1997 (Part 2)]
Five WWE/NXT superstars in need of a new finishing move
Movies made better by adding Godzilla
16 television characters who died AFTER the actor playing them did
Understanding the unwritten rules of baseball
Photos of the Wonder Years cast reunion
And finally, Bryan Cranston says never say never to more Breaking Bad