I think he got shot in the head in the last episode of Westworld.
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Rob Ford died??? Shouldn’t we start a threat or something?
Why? Did something happen to him?
Hmm, you should watch the spoilers, some people are still catching up.
Our great shame. The internet’s great meme…
No no, friend. He’s fine. Everything is fine.
tear rolls down cheek
Well it’s Jonathan Nolan so it’s not like we actually know whether he’s dead or not
I am having way too much fun in the Sandwich topic.
gah, how did I miss that topic until now, there’s so much win in there.
Not enough flagging for obscenity?
Not any more.
I don’t see it as saying that “elves are bad”, more a reminder that “words have many meanings”. Ironically, it is often descriptivists who insist upon lexical populism rather than lexical pluralism.
I really should focus on taking more photos of our beautiful garden, or our cats, or maybe lunch, or chores, but I’m utterly deflated by the idea that a whole bunch of us are going to struggle on without health coverage, and a sizable fraction of us will die unnecessarily.
What should I do?
- Photos of garden
- Photos of cats
- Sewing/Quilting/Knitting projects
- Aquaponics project(s)
- Die to increase profitabiliity for our corporate overlords
- Other (please be specific)
Which one don’t you see as saying “Elves are bad?”
If you mean the Pratchett quote, it literally ends with “Elves are bad.”
It kinda does, @popobawa4u. Also, that’s the premise of the book in which the speech appears