Just how upset should you be on a day-to-day basis about the death of the dinosaurs? If you were to hang out with us, we’d answer that question with “very.” If you aren’t sad about the dinosaurs being dead, there’s a chance you’re part of the problem. Best Week Ever agrees with us so much that they recently lost their cool about HBO’s new show Girls excluding raptors from mainstream media once again. Did everyone forget how smart raptors are? I mean, the man said “clever girl” for crying out loud. Didn’t HBO think “Clever girls” could have been a good tagline for this show, had it included raptors?
We continue to be confused. Your offsite links always travel in packs.
- More on the real-life asteroid mining.
- Jim C. Hines poses like a man.
- What Palpatine’s face almost looked like.
Every day Stubby the Rocket jets around the internet looking for links of interest. When Stubby finds these links, they get put in our handy Links of Interest section and sometimes on our Twitter and Facebook! Sometimes Stubby creates an extra section in Morning Roundup for the stuff Stubby knows you crave. Here’s today’s selection:
- The real Enterprise is should finally land in NYC on Friday. Our production manager is going to miss it because he is a chump.
- Best Week Ever is outraged that new primetime show Girls excludes velociraptors.
- New Skyfall images from Empire Magazine and Mendes talking about directions for Bond.
- Are you ready for Axe Cop? It’s coming to Fox.
- Actual details released for the Cameron/Google real-life asteroid mining venture.
- In these old-school Return of the Jedi storyboards, the Emperor has a serious scary-face.
- Science fiction book series Chaos Walking to be adapted into film by none other than Charlie Kaufman.
- From the Queen Forever department: Wolverine and Freddy Mercury together again.
- Jack Black did a TV commerical for Atari when he was 13 years old.
- River Song warns you about spoilers in these spoiler-heavy Doctor Who season 7 set pics.
- Author Jim C. Hines gets inspired by our post and shows us how to pose like a man for a book cover:
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