This Is Us, Season 5, Episode 7“There”Posted by Shannon Welcome back from our impromptu break, folks! I have to admit, it is really hard to get into the rhythm of the season when so much is up in the air and schedules change in the blink of an eye. Will we still manage our usual […] The post “Everything I do, I do with his voice in my head.” – This Is Us Recap – There appeared first on Head Over
Important news for Bridgerton fans: It looks like Anthony Bridgerton is about to meet his match. The mega-popular Netflix period romance has found its leading lady for season 2: Sex Education’s Simone Ashley. She’ll play Kate Sharma, the woman who is destined to steal Anthony’s heart. Season 2 will be based on the second of author Julia Quinn’s series […] Bridgerton has found its season 2 leading
Posted by Sage, Kim, Shannon, Rachel, Edie, and Caitlin Friends, have we got a lot of show and feelings to get through. I’m not going to waste much of your time setting it up except to welcome our brilliant guest panelists Edie and Caitlin to the Leftovers Season Two party and to remind you that you can keep up […] The post “You’re home.” – A Look Back on The Leftovers, Season Two appeared first
I hoped that when Ben Smith wrote about the Donald McNeil firing at the NYT, he'd look at the media angle, not the internal chaos at the NYT. I guess maybe in a sense that is media? It's an old story, honestly I think only journalism insiders care. I don't. McNeil was like Jeremy Lin in 2012 and the NYT was the Knicks. Right person at the right place at the right time. And (oddly) the NYT did the
It's time to say goodbye to 45.
Net-net I'm not too depressed about the Senate acquittal because I remember how the impeachment happened. It was the only instant response possible. (Except as David Frum pointed out at the time, the Senate could have met and voted him out of office the same day, that would have been awesome. Wish they had the guts to do it.) The inauguration was two weeks away. The concern was what would happen
We have bigger fish to fry with the pandemic, and it's not just good enough to defeat it, people have to feel the government defeating it. Maybe we don't have a Congress anymore. Maybe it's Biden and a fig leaf for a Congress. Clearly they can't deal with the problem of Trump. For right now, treat Congress as a museum. This is a shell of what it used to be. You have to use your imagination to see
It seems likely say 8 Repubs are going to vote to convict. That means 58 out of 100, a solid bipartisan majority. That's pretty damning imho for the 42 who voted to acquit. I bet that puts pressure on *some* of the 42 to either be sick the day of the vote, or vote to convict.
Next week I'm getting the second dose of the Moderna vaccine. I had mild side-effects with the first shot, which I got on January 20, also Inauguration Day. I expect it to be worse this time, but I'm excited and a little disoriented by the new reality. A couple of weeks later, say by March 3, according to the science, I will be at 95% immunity. This means the probability of me getting infected,