Every work place, group or organization has them. Some are more vocal than others, while some are just odd in interpreting and disseminating their non-traditional opinion. Most of the time this isn’t a problem since they don’t generally force their viewpoints on others... until they do. »
Good morning O-Deck. It’s a Friday and that means more rain for the weekend down here! Yay for us! But I’m not here to complain about the weather, I’m here to drop some hard rain pellets of knowledge on the Deck. »
Did you know that Bill Mumy and June Lockhart, who worked together on Lost In Space when Bill was a kid,… »
I’m not seeing how this helps new people figure out what’s going on, or how anybody ends up on the observation deck at all now unless they already know it’s there. »
Here it is, folks! This is the round-up post for my series of posts on bear species. I won’t lie and say they don’t still scare me, but I did learn a lot. Hopefully, so did you. »
As the various Marvel Comics wind down in advent of Secret Wars, one of the driving mysteries left has been the secret identity of Thor, Goddess of Thunder. Issue #8 dropped in our laps, along with the Thunder Goddess’ true identity— and a big whopping case of hypocrisy. Spoilers below. »
So with all the current discussion going on about Supergirl and Imperator Furiosa from Mad Max: Fury Road, I was feeling nostalgic about Buffy the Vampire Slayer. Here was a character who was strong and yet girly at times, who worried about boys and being liked and also about vampires and saving the world from the… »
ODeck old-timers may recall seeing some of the furniture I’ve built as a hobby over the years, and at the risk of remonstration for shilling my own shit, may I present the Greatest Antique Radio That Never Existed.
Two episodes, one paper, and now that I got that out of the way, my co-author, Dr. Stronzo Bestiale and I apologize for not covering the show in two weeks. Three weeks (or maybe four?) and hands, road trips and paint-ball busting got in the way. But we will cover it all. No reason to panic!
Mild spoilers for
A World Beyond. (Because I saw it in Europe and apparently somebody else but The Mouse has secured himself the Rights to the term Tomorrowland everywhere but in the USA...) »
I started thinking about this when a commenter on the mainpage asked about the sequel to The Sparrow, which I read, but have mostly forgotten. And, given the flak that the book sometimes gets, I thought, perhaps describing it as forgettable was more generous than remembering it un-fondly. Perhaps it truly is… »
A black and white domestic shorthair cat named Merlin has been awarded the Guiness World Record for loudest purr by a domestic cat. »
Here’s a first look at what’s coming our way with season 3 of Hannibal. The video is semi-spoilery so beware! »
In 2013, when Gawker Media sites moved to the new Kinja platform, a set of reader forums—including Groupthink on Jezebel, Observation Deck on io9, and Opposite Lock on Jalopnik—moved with them. Other reader sites sprang up on the same model. The result was a group of reader-run sites on Gawker Media website domains,… »