“This is a splendid idea. It would benefit the prisoners in every way possible. It gives them something to do, teaches them a skill, and puts food on their table, helping to offset the cost of prison food, which benefits taxpayers. Plus, it gives them fresh veggies to eat instead of canned green beans.”
“Sounds more like the writer of this article is more sick of the hipsters themselves than with the foods they worship. I can understand; hipsters, who are always trying to prove how they're so much cooler than you, are annoying as hell. But (some of) the foods on this list are pretty good.”
Mar 9, 2014 at 16:37:30
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“Exactly. He was signed to play the role but had to decline due to Magnum PI commitments.
Everybody and their dog was up for Luke Skywalker; Lucas and Brian DePalma shared a mass interview (which are nicknamed "cattle calls," for good reason) for the original SW movie and "Carrie." DePalma scooped up some of Lucas's rejects, and vice versa, presumably.”
“I still hate coffee, beets, chopped liver, and olives. I always loved tomatoes, asparagus, hummus, tuna sandwiches, pickles, and avocados. I don't know about arugula; I don't think I've ever had it.
I used to hate brussels sprouts, and for the most part I still can't eat them, unless they're made the way my roommate makes them: she cooks them in chicken broth until they're soft, and then serves them with aioili, or just plain mayonnaise, to dip in.”
“Hey, it's not like Zara asked to be born into the royal family. She seems like a normal, down-to-earth person. So does Prince William.
I bet Will would've loved to forgo the big showy wedding in 2011 and get married in a church in Bucklebury. But since custom demanded a big showy wedding, he and Kate asked for donations to their favorite charities (and these were real charities, not pet charities like Kam Kardishian, or whatever her name is, touts when she wants a little positive publicity).”
“Yes. She gave a good performance in it (which for her, isn't saying all that much, as her non-awful performances are few and far between). Don't see how that makes her worthy of such worship and protectiveness.”
“Wish there had been this kind of backlash against Little Miss Natalie Portman. She too is overexposed (literally, as she happily flings off her clothes despite piously saying she "won't do nudity") and overrated. But because she looks so elegant, people don't dare criticize her and rush to defend her. What's SHE done to deserve such devotion, aside from be born with good looks?”
Mary Gilpatrick on Nov 21, 2013 at 23:59:45
“Did you see "Black Swan"?”
onasphere on Nov 21, 2013 at 23:42:07
“Jennifer Lawrence is slightly more interesting than you.”
“Actually, in the UK versions of his shows, Ramsay comes across as much nicer. For one thing, he's not always YELLING. He gets frustrated, but is much more helpful and sympathetic to the other people on the show. I think he hams it up for the American versions of his shows, because supposedly Americans like seeing foul-mouthed bullies screaming all the time.”
sindurrella on Oct 21, 2013 at 15:30:14
“I've watched both and I agree, he is much nicer on the UK version. HOwever, the other night I caught the latest episode of his Master chef series which has a bunch of kids ranging in age from about 9 to 13 competing. ONe little girl messed up the cake recipe and started drying. Gordon calmed her down and helped her start over. He was just being a "dad" in that moment and it was special. :)”