Xerox the World and Call It My Life

If the rule in Big Brother is that the pawn goes home, then Spencer is the exception that proves the rule.

I think maybe the new rule could be that if you’re sitting next to somebody with a large beard, you’re going home.


It took me five weeks to pick a horse in this race, but I have finally decided that I am Team Amber from here on out.* She got off to a rocky start, but with the Devin issue out of the way, she’s finally shown her true colors.

*unless she does something truly horrid. Then I’ll drop her like a hot potato.


Derrick and Frankie are playing a pretty good game by controlling other people’s nominations, but on a personal level, I really just don’t like them. Frankie came into this house as one of the favorites, but I’m already SO over him. Their alliance is going to be the Quack Pack 2.0, and I know exactly who’ll be playing the role of Judas…

#BreakUpTheBoys


4 weeks and still not a single Q&A HoH comp.

In the past 12 seasons of Big Brother there has never not been a Q&A HoH competition within the first 3 weeks.

This, combined with the Battle of the Block twist, makes it clear that this season, CBS is targeting physically weaker competitors (aka the women, mostly) for eviction early on and pushing the physically stronger competitors (aka the men, mostly) towards the end.

This two-HoH/Battle of the Block thing obviously sets it up so that the HoH’s will nominate the absolute weakest players in the hopes of not being dethroned. In order to actually evict a strong player, HoH’s have to resort to pact-making, competition-throwing, and backdooring. It’s somewhat risky, and I just don’t find it as entertaining as seeing the HoH and the intended target go mano-a-mano in a single POV competition. Plus, with all of these HoH comps being so similar, the same group of people keeps winning/doing well in them, and I am just tired of seeing them make all the decisions. I know that there’s absolutely no reason that a Q&A comp couldn’t have been used up to this point. In fact, the “Majority Rules” competition, which is usually a staple in the early rounds, would work perfectly with this twist because there’d be no need for a tie-breaker. Once they get down to three people, the two who answer in the majority would become the HoH’s.

I don’t want a bunch of boys sitting comfortably at the end like another fucking BRA-GADE, especially knowing the producers helped to put them there.


wetheurban:

DESIGN: The Pocket Printer by Zuta Labs
The Zuta Labs’ pocket printer has apparently made mobile printing a dream come true.
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This is really exciting. Like, do you know how useful this would be? Like when you’re traveling and you don’t have reliable access to a printer and you need to print your Ryanair boarding pass? You could use this thing instead of riding around on the back of a Vespa with a crazy Italian driver looking for a chiosco that will print it for you. (I know it sounds fun but it was actually terrifying.)wetheurban:

DESIGN: The Pocket Printer by Zuta Labs
The Zuta Labs’ pocket printer has apparently made mobile printing a dream come true.
Read More

This is really exciting. Like, do you know how useful this would be? Like when you’re traveling and you don’t have reliable access to a printer and you need to print your Ryanair boarding pass? You could use this thing instead of riding around on the back of a Vespa with a crazy Italian driver looking for a chiosco that will print it for you. (I know it sounds fun but it was actually terrifying.)wetheurban:

DESIGN: The Pocket Printer by Zuta Labs
The Zuta Labs’ pocket printer has apparently made mobile printing a dream come true.
Read More

This is really exciting. Like, do you know how useful this would be? Like when you’re traveling and you don’t have reliable access to a printer and you need to print your Ryanair boarding pass? You could use this thing instead of riding around on the back of a Vespa with a crazy Italian driver looking for a chiosco that will print it for you. (I know it sounds fun but it was actually terrifying.)wetheurban:

DESIGN: The Pocket Printer by Zuta Labs
The Zuta Labs’ pocket printer has apparently made mobile printing a dream come true.
Read More

This is really exciting. Like, do you know how useful this would be? Like when you’re traveling and you don’t have reliable access to a printer and you need to print your Ryanair boarding pass? You could use this thing instead of riding around on the back of a Vespa with a crazy Italian driver looking for a chiosco that will print it for you. (I know it sounds fun but it was actually terrifying.)

wetheurban:

DESIGN: The Pocket Printer by Zuta Labs

The Zuta Labs’ pocket printer has apparently made mobile printing a dream come true.

Read More

This is really exciting. Like, do you know how useful this would be? Like when you’re traveling and you don’t have reliable access to a printer and you need to print your Ryanair boarding pass? You could use this thing instead of riding around on the back of a Vespa with a crazy Italian driver looking for a chiosco that will print it for you. (I know it sounds fun but it was actually terrifying.)


I’m pissed off about the fact that the Supreme Court decided women entering an abortion clinic aren’t allowed a 35-foot buffer zone from protesters, but justices entering the Supreme Court are allowed a 252-foot buffer zone from protesters. And protesters who want to demonstrate at a party’s national convention can only do it from the confines of a fenced-in area, a.k.a. free speech jail.


Putos alemanes

Germany was the one team I didn’t want to win this cup going into it. Even if it had been any other team besides Argentina in the final, I STILL would have been rooting against Germany, so for them to win is just a double slap in the face.
I’m just going to go cry into a bowl of ice cream.