Um, yeaaaaaah… great choice of picture there.
Utopia - Series 2, Episode 2
Love this show. Oh, the colors… It’s a crying shame there’s still no authorized way to watch it in the US, as far as I’m aware.
Paranoid anti-immigrant activists spy on churches in Rankin County, Mississippi, looking for signs of foreign refugees they think are being hidden there!
Part 2 of this ridiculous saga! (See part 1 here.)
The amateur detectives of the Mississippi Internet Border Patrol were at it again on the night of Friday, July 18. Having failed to find any sign of the buses full of immigrants they believed the Governor was allowing to be hidden around here on the previous night, it looks like they got a hot tip that the buses would be arriving Friday at midnight! They staked out government buildings and churches in the Crossgates subdivision of Brandon, Ms, took photos of “suspicious” vehicles, and waited to confront and protest the buses’ arrival! And… nothing happened, of course.
I somehow doubt that they have given up tilting at this particular windmill, so I’ll keep looking out for further tales of this bunch’s exciting adventures…
Anti-immigrant hysteria in Rankin County, Mississippi!
So this happened. Apparently some people around my hometown are convinced that Obama (with the help of a traitorous Governor Bryant) has sent some of those buses full of scary immigrants to be sheltered around here. (My looking into their stories could only turn up a bunch of dubious rumors, third-hand stories, and speculation being spread around Facebook and Twitter as the source of it all.)
With the idea in their heads that there are buses full of immigrants hiding somewhere in the area, these people went out looking for them on Thursday, July 17. They actually drove all around town in the middle of the night, snooping around and peeking into the windows of schools, churches, government buildings, and various public venues, looking for signs of this supposed secret invasion of foreign refugees.
Oh, and this is just part one. Stay tuned for more…
Sketchy guess as to the identity of the bomber from the Transformers: Windblade comic…
(Quick tiny sketch that I went back and edited a little.)
Instead of going to see Transformers: Age of Extinction I had the crazy guy who lives at the dump throw lawnmower parts and scream at me for three hours.
Honest Trailers - Transformers: Revenge of the Fallen
Yep, pretty accurate—except they somehow left out all the screentime that was devoted to dogs humping each other.
Rodimus’s leadership style summed up pretty succinctly.