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  1. 26 days ago on Nancy

    Well done, you.

    Speaking of prime ministers:

  2. 27 days ago on Nancy

    Oh, gosh, did he do something else problematic besides suggesting to the Bush Administration that they could help hospitals save money by dissuading Latino immigrants from going to emergency rooms by planting rumors that ERs were killing patients in order to harvest their organs for transplants? Color me not surprised.

  3. 29 days ago on Heart of the City

    Great job for just from memory! Shari is Kat’s stepsister and Alyssa her half-sister.

  4. 3 months ago on Mike Luckovich

    They all lied. #LyingGOP

  5. 8 months ago on Nancy

    Reminiscent of this drawing tutorial:

  6. 10 months ago on Lio

    More new trivia for me. It turns out that a Nixon mask was one of the four original options, but the Kirk mask won out.

    “In 1978, during the making of the original Halloween, the prop department was faced with the daunting task of finding a frightening mask that the villain could wear. Tommy Lee Wallace chose FOUR masks to complete Michael Myers. The first option was a Don Post Emmett Kelly clown mask to which they added frizzy red hair. This would be a callback to how Michael killed his sister, Judith, in a clown costume. They tested it out and it appeared featureless and creepy. The other mask was a 1975 William Shatner as Captain James T. Kirk mask that was purchased for around two dollars, a 1975 Mr. Spock mask and a former U.S. president Richard Nixon mask. The Capt. Kirk mask was chosen due to its appearance of having no real facial features that could be easily made out.

    The production crew removed the eyebrows and sideburns, the face was painted flat white, the hair was teased out, and the eyes were opened up and reshaped with scissors. This info can be found in the Halloween: The Inside Story. They tested out the Capt. Kirk mask and the crew decided that it was much more creepy because it was emotionless, much like Michael himself. This became the Michael Myers mask. Since then, every mask used in the films have been modeled after this design. William Shatner admitted that for years he had no idea his likeness was used for this film. It was only during an interview that someone mentioned his mask was being used. He has since stated that he is honored by this gesture."

  7. 10 months ago on Lio

    You may be right that it’s the 2007 version.

    Interesting timing, not only because of the new movie, but William Shatner has also recently been talking about when he discovered that the original mask was an altered Captain Kirk mask, hah.

  8. 10 months ago on Lio

    Michael Myers from the “Halloween” franchise.

  9. 12 months ago on Yes, I'm Hot in This

    It may technically be the preferred spelling, but there are over 5 million Google hits for “imposter syndrome” (with quote marks) and less than a million for “impostor syndrome.”

  10. 12 months ago on Yes, I'm Hot in This

    As opposed to its antithesis, Dunning-Kruger syndrome, definitely. I’d 100 times over prefer being around someone with imposter syndrome than someone with DK syndrome.