“Inside the room, a decisively whispery Cooper tells an explicitly defrocked Audrey, “You’re a high school girl. I’m an agent of the FBI.” Which was not already mondo-apparent from his proudly donned navy blue windbreaker screaming “FBI” in sewn yellow letters upwards of seven times like it’s the team uniform for the elected captain of some intergovernmental color war. She asks, whispery, if she should leave, and he Chinese riddles right back, “What I want and what I need are two different things.” He offers a pithy speech about upholding the values of the Bureau and his quest for moral purity and you-haven’t-been-a-high-school-student-since-the-Coolidge-administration-but-you-play-one-on-TV and it’s-impossible-to-get-the-smell-of-sex-out-of-this-governmentally-sanctioned- windbreaker-anyway and blah blah blah statutorycakes. Awwww. How can their love be so wrong when it feels so right…to me?”—Readin’ Twin Peaks recaps at TWoP again
Thanks to that photo of Anjelica Houston floating around Tumblr, I finally found a style blog for me. Don’t get me wrong, I like a lot of fashion blogs regardless of how they dress because I can appreciate people who are creative, and alotofthem have good things to say about culture/feminism/life in general, but the blogs I read just aren’t my style. This totally is.
So many feelings right now. Can’t really articulate enough to write in the Paper Journal. There would be a lot of caps and underlining, I tell you what. Giddy weekend. Ignoring pile of clothes on the bed. So much to do and no motivation to do it. And dreading work… why didn’t I do… many things?
also related to the HR Comedy Actresses Roundtable
Teri Hatcher, are you kidding me? Don’t pretend like you don’t know how much gossip there is about the “Desperate Housewives” set. Maybe you don’t read any of it, but don’t pretend that you don’t know it exists.
1983: The Police - “Every Breath You Take” 1984: Prince - “When Doves Cry” 1985: Wham! - “Careless Whisper” 1986: Patti LaBelle ft. Michael McDonald - “On My Own” 1987: Atlantic Starr - “Always” 1988: George Michael - “One More Try” 1989: Bon Jovi - “I’ll Be There for You” 1990: Madonna -…
For the first time EVAR (the s/t album). (is that embarrassing around these parts? perhaps.) “Hot Topic” - precedent for “Losing My Edge,” no? With the shout-outs at the end? Obviously it was not the first song to employ this device, but nonetheless.
Why am I listening to Le Tigre in the first place? Because the ex-MC wrote something about it on facebook. He is not a particularly guy’s-guy type of guy, but I am always surprised when he likes a very female band (see also: Sleater Kinney, and his surprise that I can’t get into them). I think it also has something to do with my female friends being the great music lovers these days, and not so much the guys.
I am not a Baseball Person, but damn it if that trailer didn’t pique my interest. I should note that I am a big dork about trailers.
Maybe some of you are Baseball People and/or have read the book. I always thought that it covered an era in the early ’90s, but nope, here’s the trailer and people are texting and talking about the internet. I’m a bit confused.
Yeah yeah, old news by now, BUT - I still adore this song. I’m looking it as a precedent to “Crazy in Love”, in a way (mostly because of the horns, I think). I like her rapping on the Fallon performance better; it’s a faster flow.