Friday, December 1, 2017

Link Round-Up

Happy Friday, everyone! Here are the tabs I have open, that I've either read or will be reading soon:
  • The closest The Room will ever get to winning an Oscar - the "making of" comedy, The Disaster Artist starring James Franco is getting some Oscar buzz
  • Matt Lauer has commented on the sexual harassment allegations - my favorite part is where he says, "Repairing the damage will take a lot of time and soul searching and I'm committed to beginning that effort. It is now my full time job." Translation: Look how hard I'm working to make it right. And, oh yeah, I'm reminding you that I no longer have a full-time job. Pardon me while I make the "nobody cares" motion. You guys know the one I'm talking about.
  • Speaking of men behaving badly, a friend shared this older article that details the history of Chevy Chase pissing people off, and apparently being racist and sexist. He's Chevy Chase, and I'm not. And for that, I'm thankful.
  • Finally, the APS Observer publishes an article about the hidden costs of sleep deprivation
Also: If you've never experienced The Room and don't really want to watch the entire horrible movie, you can check out Chris Stuckmann's detailed review to get pretty much everything you need to appreciate The Disaster Artist:

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