I might not have liked Joker, and I didn’t like Spider-Man 3 (just like any right-minded person), but I love this nonsense.
I love it so much.
After spending two years engaged in a legal battle with a coal executive who was less-than-enthused with a giant squirrel telling him to “eat shit”, John Oliver finally shares the details of what happened, explains SLAPP lawsuits, and ends the segment in a way that ensured that I’d have to post it.
I had no choice, people.
The bit in the beginning where they consider Bill Gates less of a person and more of an idea is kinda weird, but the part where they make fun of Windows Phone really makes up for it.
This is some top-notch “I do not want to do this content but I will do this content because it is my job” content.
Also I learned more about Pop Rocks than I ever thought possible, so that’s a pretty solid bonus.
Honestly the only reason I’m not demanding it be December right now is because that would mean I’m skipping Avengers: Endgame, but that’s it.
I just remembered that this exists, and I wanted you to know about it, too.
In 11th grade, we had to make a video based on a poem for my A.P. English class. At the request of my teacher, I did two — the one she wanted was a overly-serious (and totally misunderstanding of the point of the poem) video for Robert Frost’s “The Road Less Traveled”, and the one I wanted to do was a reading of the Shaft theme.
This is all to say that I can’t wait for this movie, and I will 100% be there several times opening weekend.
I love this trailer, but I hate the title, which is Marvel’s own damn fault — don’t keep the name of the movie a secret and overhype it if you’re just going to go with what everyone’s first guess was, you ninnies.
In fact, here’s a few titles I would have liked them to go with instead:
This is easily the most 1990s thing I’ve seen in a long time and I might love it.
Also, Sizzler’s Italian Bar was what’s up, and I miss it terribly.
There aren’t many times I’ll post sports-related content to eTM, but when I do, you can bet it’ll be high-quality stuff like this 2004 rant by Mary Carillo.
It’s solid gold, people.
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