Get the fuck out of here, 1980s misogynist jerkweeds, lady cops comin’ through!
Cagney & Lacey: Season 2, Episode 1: “Witness to An Incident”
I have only watched 15 minutes of this series so far, and I am completely in love. Really fantastic editing and cinematography, late 1970s/early 1980s New York City, ladycops, etc.
Bryn Mawr Commencement, 1956.
(Bryn Mawr College Photo Archives)
Mom’s Day: A Mom Retrospective
EX-FEST MOVIE #2:
Albert Pyun’s daring vision of a post-apocalyptic world, where gangs battle over two bomb shelter refugees with fifties sensibilities and the keys to the last nukes on Earth. With John Stockwell and Michael Dudikoff, and George Kennedy dressed as a lizard in the middle of shootouts, and pop music galore. They’re glamorous, they’re dangerous, they’re
This was definitely my favorite film of the Ex-Fest lineup, and it was such a surprise for me, too - I thought that after months of toiling away on a project about 1980s post-apocalyptic B-movies that I had seen pretty much everything the genre had to offer.
Jimmy and I both agreed that Radioactive Dreams was made for us.
finally thank you obama
I know that it has always been pronounced with a soft G, but that is stupid, and I am glad that the Obama Tumblr has issued this very important notice.
Sorry but no it’s a soft G. Graphics Interchange Format
Yeah, dude, I know it’s supposed to be a soft G (because Compuserve says so), but I don’t think it should be - if “graphics” is pronounced with a hard G, it only makes sense that the acronym should be pronounced with a hard G, too.
Boogie Nights (1997)
I forgot to tell you guys that I’m going to UNC-Chapel Hill!
I am deferring for a year, though, because it costs money. How rude.