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The Battlefont of Our Generation?

How did this happen?

The man who directed the cinematic masterpiece Titanic just accepted something so pedestrian as the leading brand image of what continues to evolve as his ultimate cinematic universe. We still have no answer, despite an ordinary man’s quest to solve an extraordinary mystery. It’s been a few weeks since we learned of this person’s mission that’s driven by unmistakable, relentless anguish. He’s considered a hero in some circles. Not many circles, but more than one.

We’re still waiting for a press conference from Avatar director James Cameron so he can confront this ever-pressing issue.

The late Steve Jobs (RIP) would probably be happy that we’re discussing fonts with such intensity.

Maybe not about the Papyrus font, but still…

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1982 Called…and Sounded Impressed

After 35 years, Blade Runner 2049 is now in theaters across the country. The long-awaited sequel to the quintessential science-fiction film has finally arrived.

As I give you time to order tickets in the event you haven’t bought yours for the movie event of October, be sure to enjoy a visually stunning reminder as to why Blade Runner 2049 is primed to be the rare example of a sequel that will match its beloved 1980s nostalgic forefather.

Or, as has been written on Jimmy’s Daily Planet, surpass its cinematic game-changing and iconic original.

No pressure.

Happy Non-Discriminatory Identification of a Certain Day In the Middle of the Workweek (Happy Hump Day)

The Huffington Post, in its infinite wisdom —

Sorry, I can’t even finish that sentence without bursting out laughing. Let me try this again.

The Huffington Post, in its infinite absurdity, has introduced a new catchphrase to the world through Millennials. As DJ Khaled would say, it’s a phrase that the world is “catched by.” And that phrase is “woke.” Generally (key word here), woke is “A state of perceived intellectual superiority one gains by reading The Huffington Post” (Urban Dictionary).

During SNL’s 43rd season premiere, the writers took this new catchphrase (and, by association, the Huffington Post) to task through the avenue of fashion.

Joke: The Huffington Post and gender non-identification.

Harrison Ford’s Name Game Is in Reverse

The mysterious ways our minds can play tricks is amusing. But when it happens to us, well…

Hold on a second, I seem to have lost my train of thought.

Oh! Now I remember. Or do I?

Blade Runner 2049 arrives in theaters across the country next Friday, October 6th.

That’s something we all know for certain.