“It will just get messy again. I like it like this, it shows we have better things to do than cleaning.”—27b/6, in regards to cleaning. there is always something better to do than cleaning. (via alexqryan) This never works with my mom. :(
…they got rid of that futuristic, magical, sparkly, nano-technological holographic do-hicky. That thing looks completely out of place in a show that has fun ideas and some really cool and grounded characters.
Yeah, they started doing that in Season 5 (last season). It’s the only thing I don’t like about the show, which I love (and have seen every episode of).
Michael proceeds to recruit his top male employee, Ryan Howard (B.J. Novak
), into the fold. A few of Ryan’s attributes are that is he pretty damn arrogant, contemptuous, snobbish, and prone to weighing and making unethical decisions at work and in his personal life. While he is perceived as more intelligent, youthful and ahead of the curve than his fellow co-workers, one of these decisions ultimately led to the termination of a brighter, more powerful future at the company. Michael has looked out for Ryan on several occasions, and often seems to view him, albeit through a hard lens of superiority, as a secret weapon. He has stated that Ryan ”is someone who really lights up the office.” When Ryan’s attitude and ambition backfires, he may sob like an entitled, pompous baby. He has also rather coldly hooked-up with a member of the staff, Kelly, to boost his ego, and it is softly implied that he has semi-financial reliance on his parents.
Call of Duty: Modern Warfare 2 launch event in New York
Yesterday evening, I checked out the launch party that Activision, Microsoft, and GameStop threw for Call of Duty: Modern Warfare 2. It was a great night, especially because I got to hang out with my man agentmlovestacos, and listen to the sweet sounds of ?uestlove’s DJing. Lots of other celebrities and athletes came by, including Jerry Hairston Jr. of the World Champion 2009 New York Yankees! (At the end of the night, I shook his hand, congratulated him on winning the World Series, and thanked him for bringing the trophy back to New York.)
For my full write-up, including 27 photos (25 of which I took), head on over to Destructoid.