I can log in again!
I can't post using Chrome, but Safari still lets me.
It was slightly under three dollars in Mexico (the one in Missouri) the last time I was out on the road. That was two days ago. I'm not sure what it is now.
I still haven't seen it. I really want to.
I'm game. I'm sure others would also be game. Spill, Patrick.
When he says "countless," he's probably including my sock puppets in the mix.
I do think the movie news site has changed in a big way. Pretty much every site is fed content by The Hollywood Reporter and Variety. The leaks are calculated, regulated. It's like government controlled pot distribution.
The only way I see for a movie news site to really make a big splash in the current market is for it to do something so radically different from every other site that people go out of their way to visit it. Unfortunately, getting the word out on a larger scale is nearly impossible.
New sites like Talkbacker.com spring up from time to time, and there's a lot of interest generated at first, but they draw back into the shadows once the shine has worn off. People are still providing a lot of content for Talkbacker, but there's not much to distinguish it from the already established sites.
Hey, Patrick. Good to see you.
I haven't been able to use Firefox or Chrome for a while, now. I think Safari works. I think Opera used to work for me, but it doesn't work anymore. Midori works. IE doesn't.
Some folks are still able to use Chrome. I'm not sure why I can't. I've updated, uninstalled, and reinstalled. It's still a no-go for me.
They're pushing it back another year:
She put a lot of work into it.
I know some folks still can't log in here at Corona. I hope that gets fixed eventually.
Someone should take this audio and do a Hitler mashup. It's sure to be a HUUUGE hit.
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