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Things We Saw Today: One Dragon Flew Over a HBO’s Nest
by Susana Polo | 5:00 pm, March 1st, 2013
I asked Jill if this title was too dumb and she said no, so you can blame her for this. (The A.V. Club)
- This Connecticut state legislator was just fired for asking a seventeen year old girl if she wanted to check out the snake in his pants. Or “under his desk.” Seriously. He goofed. (The Frisky)
- DARPA gave its already genuinely terrifying quadrupedal robot a fifth arm, and then taught it to throw cinderblocks. I am not okay with this. (Geekosystem)
- “Girls Gone Wild” has declared bankruptcy, compares itself to American Airlines and General Motors. But, you know, with more lawsuits against them. (The Jane Dough)
Some very savvy publicity person over at NBC has made a Pinterest album for Leslie and Ben’s Parks and Rec wedding. (The Daily Dot)
- The My Neighbor Totoro novel is getting a rerelease. (Anime News Network)
- The Museum of Modern Art in New York is celebrating the use of applied design with a collection of, what else, video games. The exhibit opens this weekend. (Laughing Squid)
- Emerald City Comic Con is livestreaming its panels. Pay attention, SDCC. (Comics Alliance)
Here’s Tilda Swinton in Snowpiercer, a movie about a future train called Snowpiercer. The source has updated their post with: “Update: The source of the image has offered an update clarifying that this is from a photoshoot and is not an image from Snowpiercer. Apologies for the confusion.”
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