WordPress tells us that “new and exciting changes” are coming to the user’s dashboard on June 1.
There’s no indication what this means.
Worst case scenario: Comicgeddon 2.0.
Best case scenario: a dashboard that already imposes more limits than it did two years ago will become even more difficult to use.
And yes, it is possible they’re rolling out improvements that will enhance everybody’s lives — but how often is that what “new and exciting changes” really means?
And let’s be honest, this is 2020.
She was alone too long and built herself three family members to hang out with? But then is that her husband having summoned an EMT to take her away to the Funny Farm, since that’s what EMTs (without masks) do?
They’re assembled right here.
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Yeah, I know she’s a bit hard to understand — it’s almost as if she’s singing in some foreign language or something — but this it’s certainly bright and catchy.
And I was supposed to be listening to Mlle. Martin tonight in person, but then the pandemic happened.
“I’m a big, big fan Mr. Namath, but all I really want is an autograph.”
In the early 60s, the star-filled Judgment at Nuremberg was to highbrow drama what the star-filled It’s a Mad, Mad, Mad, Mad World was to lowbrow comedy… and Spencer Tracy got to play a leading role in both.
That, I think, is seriously impressive.