"How To Tell The Difference Between An Open-Carry Patriot And A Deranged Killer" — © Ruben Bolling (aka Tom the Dancing Bug)

For those folks in wild west Open-Carry states: something to laminate and have at the ready for your next visit to Target or Home Depot. Because “freedom.”

Happy Birthday, America! (via)

"How To Tell The Difference Between An Open-Carry Patriot And A Deranged Killer" — © Ruben Bolling (aka Tom the Dancing Bug)

For those folks in wild west Open-Carry states: something to laminate and have at the ready for your next visit to Target or Home Depot. Because “freedom.”

Happy Birthday, America! (via)

GRAHAM: You were attacked by a pateint who was formerly under Doctor Lecter’s care. The patient died during the attack. The report said he swallowed his tongue.

DR. DU MAURIER: It wasn’t attached at the time.

from Hannibal (Season 2, Episode 12 — "Tome-wan")

Hey, Screenwriters! Coverage Ink's "Get Repped Week" Starts NOW!

From my pals over at Coverage Ink, the "Cream of the Crop" in screenplay analysis, development and editing (I didn’t say it, Creative Screenwriting Magazine did) —

It’s “GET REPPED WEEK!”

Submit your feature-length script or TV pilot from now until midnight 7.10.14, and all scripts scoring a “Consider” or better are GUARANTEED a read by a top Literary Manager for consideration for possible representation! Wha…?

Read it again. I know, right? This is a sweet opportunity (and a great deal to boot, because CI’s analysts are awesome), so do it!

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She doesn’t want money. Margaret, listen… Sugar Plumb, these people are lost and on drugs, and they have venereal diseases, and it’s not for you.
Mona Sterling, from Mad Men (Season 7, Episode 4 — "The Monolith")

"Interstellar" Trailer - Warner Bros.

All systems go for sci-fi boner launch…

"Denied"

"Denied"

Chicago Tribune: Chicago Wins George Lucas Museum

"My kind of town, Chicago is." — Yoda

"A Field Guide to Procrastinators" — © Twenty Pixels
Where do I get my ideas from? I make them up. Out of my head.
Neil Gaiman