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 scottlava posted:

"Dogs Enjoying Park"
New print for MoCCA this weekend! $35 (edition of 100)
Find me at TABLE D32!
MoCCA ARTS FEST 2014 - April 5 - 6

"The city council announces the opening of a new dog park at the corner of Earl and Summerset near the Ralph’s. They would like to remind everyone that dogs are not allowed in the dog park. People are not allowed in the dog park. It is possible you will see hooded figures in the dog park. Do not approach them. Do not approach the dog park. The fence is electrified and highly dangerous. Try not to look at the dog park, and especially do not look for any period of time at the hooded figures. The dog park will not harm you.”

 scottlava posted:

"Dogs Enjoying Park"

New print for MoCCA this weekend! $35 (edition of 100)

Find me at TABLE D32!

MoCCA ARTS FEST 2014 - April 5 - 6

"The city council announces the opening of a new dog park at the corner of Earl and Summerset near the Ralph’s. They would like to remind everyone that dogs are not allowed in the dog park. People are not allowed in the dog park. It is possible you will see hooded figures in the dog park. Do not approach them. Do not approach the dog park. The fence is electrified and highly dangerous. Try not to look at the dog park, and especially do not look for any period of time at the hooded figures. The dog park will not harm you.”

Veronica Mars (dir. Rob Thomas), 2014

The most amazing thing about this joke was the collective pause as the whole packed cinema took a beat to get it and then exploded in simultaneous laughter.  It was a preview fan screening, so we were already amongst our peers, but that piece of togetherness was additionally wonderful.

Am I the only one who can’t look at the red curtain in Craig Ferguson’s new set and not think that he’s broadcasting from the Black Lodge?  Especially back when he’d first moved in and they still were having issues lighting the room correctly.

Happy Twin Peaks Day.

Reblogged from rewil  51 notes

Tim Doyle… was dressed in the TV writer’s uniform: jeans and an unbuttoned flannel shirt over a T-shirt. This was also the classic male adolescent uniform in 1978, when many current TV writers were watching a lot of TV, which may not be a coincidence. By

Tad Friend writes about Aaron Sorkin in the lead-up to SPORTS NIGHT premiering on ABC c. 1998. (via mattfractionblog)

This was absolutely my uniform in the mid-to-late nineties as well.  I was always rather put out that it was the costume of grunge, which was both a music genre and a coast to which I had no allegiance, so it’s nice to hear that it may have been some sort of retro movement from the period when I was born as well.  I’d prefer my style to have been an unconscious callback to my forgotten infancy than simply a link in an unkempt chain of slovenly comfort.

Philip Seymour Hoffman as Laertes/Horatio in Todd Louiso’s adaptation of Tom Stoppard’s 15-Minute Hamlet, also featuring Austin Pendelton as Hamlet and Xander Berkeley as Shakespeare (bravura casting on both, the first in terms of satire of who tends to play Hamlet, and the second on raw physicality). I first saw it as something Bravo used to fill out the hour after a showing of Rosencrantz & Guildenstern are Dead, back when Bravo showed art-house movies.

Philip Seymour Hoffman as Laertes/Horatio in Todd Louiso’s adaptation of Tom Stoppard’s 15-Minute Hamlet, also featuring Austin Pendelton as Hamlet and Xander Berkeley as Shakespeare (bravura casting on both, the first in terms of satire of who tends to play Hamlet, and the second on raw physicality). I first saw it as something Bravo used to fill out the hour after a showing of Rosencrantz & Guildenstern are Dead, back when Bravo showed art-house movies.