Cleolinda Jones (cleolinda) wrote,
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Friday evening, cozy

A very few quick things--I missed only one day updating in January (which still galls me--I thought maybe I'd shoot for perfect attendance in 2008), and there's something about posting on the first day of the month that seems auspicious, you know? So, anyway, before I get back to reading The Victorian Underworld (yes, I am the kind of person who wants to know how counterfeiters made and passed off fake coins), a teensy bit of linkspam:

Awww, ihasatardis has some m15m-inspired Doctor Who macros. FYI, anything along this line--as long as there are "here are the parodies each line came from" credits, as was done there--is fine by me.

Michelle Williams releases statement, says heart broken over Ledger; Sean Penn, Christian Bale, Jake Gyllenhaal and Johnny Depp may help out with 'Imaginarium.'

Paparazzo quits job over treatment of Britney. "It’s become acceptable to drive at 80mph down the wrong side of the street into oncoming traffic. I was horrified at what goes on. It’s so aggressive, there are fights and crashes and slashed tyres. I felt I needed to say something."

Microsoft bids $44.6 billion for Yahoo. I feel a deep and nameless unease at this news. Maybe because the people who brought us Vista may now take over my primary email provider.

Sarah Silverman Is "Fucking Matt Damon" [Clips] ("Watch it all the way through, because the hip-hop influenced breakdown is the best").

New Super Bowl trailer for Prince Caspian online.

From padawansguide: New hi-res Indiana Jones and The Other Boleyn Girl stills.

From aircrash: "Not sure if you've already seen this, but compiled a downloadable soundtrack for Cloverfield."

Over Her Dead Body: The "Worst Romantic Comedy Ever" [Critical Mass]. Well, given that the commercials make me want to stab myself in the eye, I can't say I'm surprised.

ETA: I almost forgot! You must go vote in snacky's Third Annual Snack Food Deathmatch, and also: a long conversation in the comments about why you don't actually need to buy a TV for the new HD TV age--not that electronics stores want you to know this.

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