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May 30, 2013
That’s correct. People misunderstood. There was a school of thought that I had eaten my first pizza, but of course how could that possibly be true? I would have had to have stayed locked up in a cellar. But nevertheless, this was my first slice of pizza, which I was only eating because my fiancée and I were a little hung-over yesterday morning and she said what we need is pizza and a soothing drink — and she was right. It solved the problem. But, in fact, it was my first slice, and when it was brought over to me, my first comment was “There’s no knife and fork.” Of course, I was mocked for thinking that I could eat a pizza slice with a knife and fork.
Patrick “Jean-Luc Picard” Stewart • Explaining that when he said he was eating his first “slice” of pizza, he was eating his first piece of New York-style corner-shop pizza, sold in slice form, sans knife and fork. The kind you fold over. Which everyone seemed to misunderstand when he tweeted about it.
22:10 // 1 year ago
March 28, 2013
The IRS spent $60,000 producing the “Star Trek”-themed training video above, along with a “Gilligan’s Island” parody that’s equally as bad. If the acting seems wooden, it’s because they had IRS employees playing actors, and everyone knows that IRS employees can’t act. Members of Congress, on the hunt for things to cut, are already on the attack for this somewhat questionable usage of resources. The only thing this video needs is Crow T. Robot offering color commentary.
14:33 // 1 year ago
March 1, 2013
January 30, 2012
In case you’re tired of hearing about people dying in Syria, here’s a picture of a coffee table that looks like the Starship Enterprise. It can be yours for a mere $3,100. [h/t Geekologie] source
EDIT: Yes we were trolling. Sorry, all. :P
0:31 // 2 years ago
October 16, 2011
When i found out that Jamey Rodemeyer killed himself — I felt deeply troubled. But when I found out that Jamey Rodemeyer had made an it gets better video only months before taking his own life — I felt indescribable despair. I also made an it gets better video last year—in the wake of the senseless and tragic gay teen suicides that were sweeping the nation at the time. But in light of Jamey’s death — it became clear to me in an instant that living a gay life without publicly acknowledging it — is simply not enough to make any significant contribution to the immense work that lies ahead on the road to complete equality.
"Star Trek" and "Heroes" star Zachary Quinto, explaining why he chose to come out. To put it simply, 14-year-old Jamey Rodemeyer’s death really hit him hard. “Jamey Rodemeyer’s life changed mine,” he writes. “And while his death only makes me wish that i had done this sooner — I am eternally grateful to him for being the catalyst for change within me.” Coming out on its own is a brave move; but Quinto’s emotionally complex reasons for doing so only give the decision higher impact.
16:08 // 2 years ago
A couple hints: He took over an iconic role in a remake a couple years back. He’s also known for playing a villain.
EDIT: OK, OK, It’s Zachary Quinto. Read his reasons why. They’re pretty powerful.
12:15 // 2 years ago
October 1, 2010
Posted without comment: Zachary Quinto starts beef with 50 Cent
21:36 // 3 years ago