Very Short Reviews Of Stuff I Have Encountered In The Last Week
March 24, 2009 by natonymous
Battlestar Galactica Series Finale: great the first time it ended, then fairly disappointing.
The Walking Dead, Issues 13-59: so much better than what you’re reading right now.
Dawn Of The Dead (The Old One): worth your two hours of staring, if only because you would want to get away with that kind of stuff in a mall too.
Night Of The Living Dead (Obviously The Old One As Well): one of those movies you (I) regret not seeing earlier; also, because of a f**k up by the distributor, in the public domain!
My Now Unignorable Obsession With Zombies: I could totally survive.
Bite Me Best Penne Vodka And Greek Salad: still the best comfort food for a hungov—ahem, overworked man who lives gratefully in delivery distance.
Paul Krugman Vs. Tim Geithner: makes me miss Rocky IV and its 60% montage content… Can we speed this thing up please? I’m ready for all-celebrity news again.
Newark Shuttle To Port Authority: all the fun of living through a 35 minute earthquake, plus the rich, musky odor of migraine-inducing diesel.
The Diesel Jeans Website: horribly offensive? Surely.
Stringer Bell On The Office: what a strange waste.
Sad Cypress By Agatha Christie: quite nearly, but not entirely, a complete waste of time. Not particularly strange though.
My Student’s Papers: vampires, red ink-sucking vampires.
2666: almost as much as Sebald’s Austerlitz, a kind of perpetual motion machine for causing mind to wander hither and yon.
New Orleans Museum of Art Sculpture Garden: waaaaaaaay creepier than anything in The Walking Dead.
My Brother’s New Song, “pretty things happen to me,”: meant, I know, as a joke, but – I can’t help it – just want I need to calm down.