Get out of my head, Gabe
So I work at a museum (an art museum) in downtown San Francisco and last summer Braco was, apparently, performing his “healing” or whatever (ugh) at an event space in the neighborhood with a very (if we’re being generous, which I AM) similar name. Countless of Braco followers (ok maybe a couple dozen) came to my desk asking if he was “gazing” at the museum. The. Worst.
I think she was talking about this, but still. http://www.collegiateschool.org/default.aspx
I find it really distasteful when people refer to others as “good people” (as in “That monster? He’s good people.”) but I think it really applies in this case. Good job guys!
Also, I have a meeting at 3 but other that that I’m pretty much voting for this all day.
I think the word you’re looking for is “classic”.
Isn’t the point of the internet to be so full of stuff you can not look at certain stuff and pretend it doesn’t exist? Like how we can ignore the people who are, sure, TOO excited about this very cute car commercial and instead we can look at this slideshow of penguins taking showers? http://bit.ly/gzLmoL
While reading this story, I am on BART behind 3 teenage girls and one 20-something professional male discussing Justin Bieber’s Segway video. Man to girls: “axe should literally make him a spokesperson”. I want a shower and I want off this train.
Boston Tea Party Girl
And so the journey from adorable, talented child actor to sex-pot child actor begins anew…
That’s actually the most realistic part of the movie.
So, um, what’s the ETA on Bravo’s record label? And what is the opposite of gold records that they can use to line the halls of their offices?
ohhhhhh man does that movie suck
Yes. And all the more so since this movie exists.
Is it too soon to nominate this for The Hunt?
Renee’s character, Jane, is in a wheelchair. A wheelchair, you guys.
Does anyone else think that perhaps having a grown man approach Disney requesting to write a “romantic” movie for a teenage girl should have raised, I dunno, maybe a bit of a red flag? Barf. Even if that teenage girl IS Miley Cyrus, ew. I guess that would assume Disney is concerned about the sexualization of their teen stars instead of, you know, the opposite of that.
I turned this movie off right after the Statue-of-Liberty-carrying Vietnam scene and have not been able to watch the rest of it. I think the fact that there was an entire episode of Oprah about it really drives home just what an epic failure we’re dealing with here.
I guess the original version of “West Bank Story” must have had the two main characters working at competing Turkey Shnitzel stands(cause it’s totally the most Israeli food of all time and not, oh, German or anything) but they decided that falafel looked better as a hat?
“Ask anyone in Israel to name a wholly Israeli dish and the answer will be turkey schnitzel.” Really? I just don’t know about that.