Friday, June 12, 2009

Quotes of the Week: Wilford Brimley-ward

Due to technical difficulties, I'm not going to be able to post this weekend. So here are the Quotes of the Week a bit early.

If he doesn't return, how will we all learn how to treat our mothers?
--Linda Holmes on why Mr. T should play BA Baracus in the A-Team movie.

Matthew Shepherd, Michael Shoyket and David Hedgecock rework a few pages from Captain Blood to address the problems independent comics have with distribution, ultimately asking readers to “demand more from comics.” And, in one panel, not to download comics … which seemed very unpirate-like.
--JK Parkin, pointing out the one "flaw" in SLG's very entertaining Captain Blood mash-up about what readers can do to get the indie comics they want.

But it's pretty silly to promote the idea that your attraction to an under-30 American Idol contestant is something that requires the attention of a psychoanalyst and two sex therapists — as though a (40-year-old woman) should naturally expect her tastes to have turned exclusively Wilford Brimley-ward by now.
--Linda Holmes (yes, again), on why the term "cougar" has outlived any usefulness it ever may have had.

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