I must seek an undeserved forgiveness. I was remiss in my duties and failed to mention that the glorious Kaiju Big Battel DVD came out last week, depriving you of the knowledge that you can go purchase or rent a few hours' worth of grown men in rubber monster suits challenging each other to combat within a miniature city in front of a live audience.
It was only a matter of time before a long-missing historical document showed up on an episode of Antiques Roadshow.
How beautiful is this sentence?
"It is not, and never should be, the policy of the law to require the protection of the foolhardy or reckless few (and therefore) to deprive, or interfere with, the enjoyment by the remainder of society of the liberties and amenities to which they are right entitled,"
The Ig® Nobel Prize ceremony took place at Harvard last night. The prizes, which are awarded for "achievements that cannot or should not be reproduced," were given to scientists who discovered that chickens prefer beautiful humans, figured out the optimal surface for dragging sheep, and surmised that London taxi drivers have bigger brains.
Word is spreading that madman Eddie Izzard may be the next incarnation of The Doctor in the planned Dr. Who revival. This would be worth it, if only for the inevitable "Two Doctors" episode with Rowan Atkinson.