Water: The thinnest ice of them all.
Somebody get that kid a belt! And, y'know, a head, too, maybe? #butts
No, YOU went on the Spider-Man ride twice in the past 30 minutes. Shut up.
Nerd-excitement mode: engaged.
As far as views go, that's not too shabby.
Have dinosaur socks, will travel.
A glow-in-the-dark 10″ vinyl release of the Ghostbusters theme, along with a few dance mixes, will be released to celebrate Record Store Day 2014 and commemorate the 30th anniversary of Ghostbusters‘ release into theaters.
In other news, I did not crack my laptop screen by throwing my wallet at it and screaming “JUST TAKE MY MONEY, DAMMIT”, but it came pretty close.
Just misheard “kinda weird” as “Kanye weird”, and now that’s a phrase i’m going to use all the time forever and ever amen.
— eD! Thomas (@edthomas) March 22, 2014
I generally don’t republish my tweets here, but when this catches on in a few months, I wanted to make sure everyone knew who said it first.
WALL-E, as performed kittens and teddy bears.
Spoiler: It’s adorable. And will give you the plot to WALL-E in detail. But mainly the first thing.
You could be forgiven, after reading “Haunted Empire: Apple After Steve Jobs,” for concluding that Apple is on the verge of going belly up. In the new book by Yukari I. Kane, a former reporter for The Wall Street Journal, the company is depicted as having radically declined after the death of its former impresario.
Under Timothy D. Cook, who took over as chief executive shortly before Steve Jobs died in October 2011, Apple “teeters at the edge of a reckoning,” Ms. Kane writes. Its executives, she adds, “cannot find their own way forward. They are tired. They are uncertain. The well of ingenuity has run dry.”
After the book’s release earlier this week, Mr. Cook said in a statement that it was “nonsense.”
Well, that’s about as damning a review as someone could possibly hope to get, huh?