I love Watchmen too!
I know one person who wouldnt like the season finale
I bet Ten would’ve been a bit conflicted as well… Well maybe not as much.
Game of Thrones S03: My Understanding so Far
Tourists atop the Chicago Tribune building look down on the Chicago River, the site of Old Fort Dearborn.
Photograph by B. Anthony Stewart, National Geographic
well that got real really fast
let’s all take a moment to appreciate the fact that this guy
has been with us our entire lives
from all that
to good burger
to kenan and kel
and now snl
he has stayed with us from childhood to adulthood
god bless you kenan thompson
Coming Soon of the Day: Steven Spielberg’s Live Action Halo TV Series
This morning, Microsoft revealed the Xbox One, their latest entertainment system that incorporates access to movies, live TV and Internet Explorer, which is expected to launch by the end of this year. The company also revealed another equally exciting project that is in the works: a live-action television series based on the Halo franchise, which will be produced by (the one and only) Steven Spielberg and shown exclusively on Xbox Live.
I think all of us out there play the game of “What if?” Our space program is currently going through a bad case of the “what ifs.” What if NASA doesn’t get more money for the budget? What if the Russians won’t accept the contract on the table for $70 million to train and haul our astronauts back and forth to the International Space Station? The biggest “what if” has to do with the 2014 budget for NASA. What if there just isn’t enough money to keep our manned spaceflight program alive or any other NASA program for that matter?
As we look around at other nations, including China, Japan, North Korea and Iran, they are all working on their space programs and sparing no expense in doing so. Yet, the United States is not. Sen. Barbara Mikulski of Maryland, one of the most powerful Democrats in the Senate, is asking a big “what if” concerning NASA’s 2014 budget and how to sustain the U.S. space program.
In a recent interview with Aviation Week, Sen. Mikulski said, “NASA’s mission faltering or sputtering really can blow the whole program.” Why is that? The 2014 budget allows for $17.7 billion in funding and NASA is hoping desperately that Congress might cut them some slack and award them something more substantial.
Read more about NASA’s budget woes in our latest blog post: http://www.penny4nasa.org/2013/05/21/what-if-nasa-and-the-budget-woes/
I don’t mind console reveals, whereas everyone else I know hates them. But what I do hate is everyone’s stupid opinions based on unfounded things right afterwards.