Labron James. Was that a wasted hour or what? A new low in sports journalism. Are we so bored that where a narcessestic pituitary case decides to play is interesting? Or even remarkable? ESPN fail. Labron fail. We fail.
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I have an iPhone. It’s cool and all, but the reception does suck. Too many streaming LOL Cat videos being pushed through too little bandwidth. Works fine with wi-fi though. Which at one point was where I thought mobile was headed. Who needs cell towers or cell companies when you can bypass the whole mess with wi-fi? Buy an iPod Touch, get Skype and make calls over wi-fi. Works great. If you have wi-fi. But it’s not happening. When AT&T got in bed with an exclusive deal with Apple it was the beginning of the end of the promise of a cheaper, better mobile experience. Capitalism doesn’t work too well when companies collude to destroy competition. Just saying.
Stole today’s title from a comment on comics.com by lifestudent. Frankly, it might have been a stronger punchline than True Brains. True Brains is the hip-I-can-afford-HBO-and-watch-slick-vampire-satires punchline But, I can’t belive it’s not brains, is probably better for a broader, bigger audience. Which explains in a nut shell why we don’t have a broader, bigger audience.
It’s hard to mix horror and comedy. You usually end up with blood splattered all over your comedy. Shaun of the Dead is a good effort, but it’s really way more comedy than horror. I think the best attempts have been on TV: Dexter and True Blood. Dexter is the funniest serial killer ever. His unique, gruesome POV in voice over is often hysterical, “What’s that? You’d like a little off the top?” True Blood (when it’s not playing head twister) has had some great satire AND site gags (Is there a braver actor than the one playing Sam’s real dad wearing only a beer and those disgusting soiled jockey shorts?).
I don’t have anywhere else to go with this and I have dozens of cartoons to animate. So, I’m just going to stop writing now. I mean, now. No, now. Now.