So remember: 12:01 a.m., May 26. The schedule after that will be approximately as follows: the first animated GIFs from the first episode will appear at 12:01 and a half, people will complain that Netflix is down at 12:02, spoilers will begin appearing on Twitter at 12:03, angry tweets about spoilers at 12:04, think pieces about how this distribution model affects spoilers at 12:05, think pieces about how this distribution model might result in the return of Firefly at 12:06, listicles of 10 more shows that Netflix should revive at 12:07, complaints that these episodes “suck” at 12:08, complaints about haters at 12:09, questions about why people who are so into Arrested Development refuse to watch Community at 12:10, and 25 pictures of cats watching Arrested Development at 12:11.‘Arrested Development’ Comes Back On Netflix On May 26. (via nedhepburn)
We have a natural fit with Colorado. I embrace the notion of being a spoiler. The two-party system is outdated. Politics right now is very status quo. It’s really like a non-choice.Libertarian presidential candidate Gary Johnson • Discussing the role he could play in Colorado, where the race is very tight and the state’s marijuana ballot initiative plays to his base’s strengths. He stands a chance to make an impact in the state than most for a few reasons: Libertarians tend to do better in western states, the party was founded in Colorado, and he’s perhaps the best-known candidate on the ballot who supports legalization — which is a hot topic in the state. Depending on how he does, he could take votes away from either Obama or Romney. Spoiler, indeed.
Santorum’s not going to get to a majority; I’m probably going to come in third in terms of total delegates. But the question is until Romney has an aboslute majority, I don’t think anybody’s inclined to give him the nomination.Newt Gingrich • Basically admitting he’s going to lose the nomination, but saying he’s going to keep fighting until the bitter end to try to stop Mitt Romney from winning the nomination. “The question is can he put together a majority of delegates before he runs out of primaries on June 26,” Gingrich asks. The answer to that question is basically this: Maybe he will, if Gingrich insists on staying in, preventing Santorum from properly playing spoiler.