It's no wonder that any clever graphic tee you see on the street can be traced back to one of five t-shirt sites. Simply put, t-shirts and the internet go together like milk and cookies. And while it's no news that Threadless releases new shirts every week (which makes for a whole lot of shirts), this week's collection is particularly geeky and satisfying.
Things have changed a lot since I was a kid. I remember distinctly in a Sesame Street Christmas special, Cookie Monster struggled to complete a letter to Santa when all of his writing utensils reminded him of cookies, setting him off on a ravenous eating rampage. It's weird to think that his beloved cookies are now only a "sometimes" food, being replaced with carrots and other veggies. At least Pac-Man, who I probably was playing on my Atari 2600 before watching said special, hasn't done much evolving. At least not away from over-eating. It's nice that something will always stay constant. As for the merging of these two in the name of cookies, I approve. Feels just like the good ol' days.
Apart from being a fantastic movie, Ghostbusters may have been the first... "mentor" to challenge me in the practice of trying to empty my head. It's still not something I've mastered, despite many attempts. Hell, even when I'm staring at a wall I can't clear my thoughts, yet somehow all the Ghostbusters can do so in the middle of fighting some prehistoric bitch. I mean, all except for Dan Akroyd. If only New York City had a giant cup of hot cocoa on standby for such monster attacks. It would had made for great celebrating at the end.
Alice may be just a little girl in a pretty dress with a colorful imagination, but much like how Samuel Jackson hates those mother fucking snakes on that mother fucking plane, Alice HATES zombies and she's had it! Look at her. She's past the point of being a survivor. She's a freaking predator. And she didn't even get any blood on her dress. What a lady. So, Tim Burton, what do you have to say for yourself now?