anilineblack:

A few people asked for an update at SDCC, and I’ve been slow at putting this up. The pages were stolen & we never found them. There was an investigation by the post office, and we’re working out the money stuff, but the pages have never been found. We really believe that these pages still exist and are out there somewhere.
We had some information that led us to believe that they could have been in the possession of some students at the Academy of Art in San Francisco at the end of last semester, but we didn’t have enough info to follow up and attempts to contact anyone at the Academy of Art were unsuccessful. 
We hope to recover them eventually and haven’t stopped looking. If you have any info, or see them anywhere, please let us know. 

anilineblack:

A few people asked for an update at SDCC, and I’ve been slow at putting this up. The pages were stolen & we never found them. There was an investigation by the post office, and we’re working out the money stuff, but the pages have never been found. We really believe that these pages still exist and are out there somewhere.

We had some information that led us to believe that they could have been in the possession of some students at the Academy of Art in San Francisco at the end of last semester, but we didn’t have enough info to follow up and attempts to contact anyone at the Academy of Art were unsuccessful. 

We hope to recover them eventually and haven’t stopped looking. If you have any info, or see them anywhere, please let us know. 

jen22201:

entertainmentweekly:

WANT. THEM. NOW.

Thanks for all the advice. I’ve got an iPhone 6+ coming in to Sprint for me. They give you a $350 Visa Pre-Paid Cash card to pay off your existing contract PLUS the monthly deal is $60 for unlimited talk, text, and data. I pay $90+ now and it’s limited. Though I am expecting service to be not so great. My sister is on Sprint and hates it.

It will really depend on where you live. My new place has AWESOME coverage. I use this site for tracking mobile coverage and it’s never steered me wrong.

jen22201:

entertainmentweekly:

WANT. THEM. NOW.

Thanks for all the advice. I’ve got an iPhone 6+ coming in to Sprint for me. They give you a $350 Visa Pre-Paid Cash card to pay off your existing contract PLUS the monthly deal is $60 for unlimited talk, text, and data. I pay $90+ now and it’s limited. Though I am expecting service to be not so great. My sister is on Sprint and hates it.

It will really depend on where you live. My new place has AWESOME coverage. I use this site for tracking mobile coverage and it’s never steered me wrong.

The President and First Lady both came out to a playground build yesterday on the Day of Service and Remembrance.

Super jealous I couldn’t be there.

Super annoyed at all the right-wing whack jobs calling the First Family all sorts of names because of our organization name, “KaBOOM!”. I keep reading the word “tasteless” in these tweets and articles. Reporting on this in that tone is tasteless in my mind.

Although, a lot of them are copying and pasting our mission and vision in these articles and we are getting a good amount of traffic to the website from it. Whatever.

Also, a child volunteer was bummed that the day’s special guest wasn’t Beyonce.

It’s been a long time, but we are back into things with our film fest.

#16 was Life of Crime, based on an Elmore Leonard novel. It was about as average as you can get. The performances were spot on (perhaps excluding Isla Fisher— it’s debatable). There was a way it was paced and directed that just zapped the fun right out of it. It wasn’t bad, just not very likable.

#17 was Frank which was genuinely funny and surreal. I can’t really talk too in-depth without giving stuff away. It was better than Life of Crime. It was fun and good-humored up until the climax where it turned into not that. What it turns into isn’t bad, its just a different tone that I don’t think was as well executed.

I have these moments where I think I’m going to miss this temporary, North Hollywood apartment.

I’m a stone’s throw from a comic book store. There are ample restaurants. The Post Office is close. So is a subway stop. There are two bathrooms.

Then I step into the elevator and I’m assaulted with some variation of Axe body spray. My nose twitched. My eyes burned. It wouldn’t evaporate. I couldn’t get used to it. I could feel douche bag bacteria sinking into my skin.

Nah. Not gonna miss it.