How about a few quick Snippets this fine Wednesday?
Did you know that, much like cars and Beanie Babies, diapers have model years? I found this out the other day when I tried to swap an unopened box of diapers at Sam's Club for the same brand in a larger size. They said that the box I was attempting to return were only worth $0.99 because they were "last year's diapers." Never mind that they were in the exact same box as the ones they were selling. I don't get it. Stupid.
Last year, I read a really great comic book called The Only Living Boy about a kid who wakes up in a post-apocalyptic NYC to discover that he's the only remaining human in a city full of magical creatures fighting for survival. Over the course of a year, though, only two issues of the comic were released. I kinda gave up on it because I have no patience for that much lag time between issues. Turns out creators David Gallaher and Steve Ellis made it an online serial. If you like fantasy comics, check it out. You can even subscribe with your RSS aggregator so you never miss a frame. Read it now.
About A Boy has been a decent enough show for a later-than-mid-season replacement on NBC. But then we watched the season one finale from last week. Total. Game. Changer. It was so full of heart and emotion and great acting and... I officially cannot wait for season two this fall.
Have any of you ever shopped at Half Price Books? Don't get me wrong, I love used books and used book stores, but this one depresses me. It's like a book cemetery. Where good reading goes to die.
There's nothing like having a customer call up at work and yell at you claiming that you are "lazy" and "worthless." To top it all off, it was because I was telling him how to handle a problem that he was having proactively and on his own. Apparently, me not doing all the work for him makes me the "lazy" and "worthless" one. Asshat.