We aren’t still angry teens, for Pete’s sake. We can grow into adults and do adult things, such as being excited about our kids.
Imagine the outrage and slew of hurt feelings that ‘Straight Outta Compton’ would have elicited if the Internet had been around when N.W.A. was being highly problematic.
In which we find our hero apparently wandered into Mexico and must find his way back across the border. Then some other things happen.
Without director George Romero, there would have been no ‘The Lost Boys,’ nor scores of other horror movies that sought to make sense of what is going on with the world.
People don’t need to remember the details of what Zima actually tastes like. If you feel you must taste again for yourself, then power through a six-pack.
In our latest installment, some other things that don’t make sense happened. Just roll with it, okay?
Could Britt McHenry’s ESPN layoff have come because of her politics? Maybe. Was it maybe a purely financial decision? Possibly.
Those who worry about such things should look in the mirror and think about why they expect store shelves to teach young girls about what is possible in their lives.
This is an adventure. The last thing he remembered was demanding dairy-free options.
99 Problems? No, the 99th element.
Being a little lame as we age is one of the proudest traditions we haven’t totally abandoned yet. It’s up to us to preserve it.
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She looked round the room crowded with the unfamiliar shadows of half things, broken things, former things and said, ‘I’ll race you home.’
Reid went to bed, clutching Sofia’s butterfly net, as he planned to use it to capture the meerkat. It was then that they noticed the Peeps.
She’d tried them all, and suffered many disgusting concoctions, yet never found the potion that would transform her into a Yeti or a demiurge.
From the inaugural episode until now, ‘Archer’ has been about growth, but growth delivered via punctuated equilibrium, more or less.
Into the night crept a rogue gardener. No one ever saw him, only the fruits of his labor.
Belle came in, yawning, and sat down at the table. She was curious what the evening held in store.
The car parked in the front lawn should have been her first clue that something was amiss, yet her dreams of fame and fortune propelled her forward and into the building.
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