In F. Paul Wilson's Double Threat, an encounter with a strange creature in a cave has bizarre consequences for a con artist on the run.
Basically what going into the office means for me now is that I spend too much money on lunch and/or coffee and/or snacks that I wouldn't have spent if I stayed home. Also I sit in a car for two hours and hang out in a mostly-deserted office building for much of the afternoon.
a cinematic pot of gold
I bought a Brother laser printer in 2013 and I'm reasonably sure I've only ever replaced the toner one time back in 2017. A few years ago I spilled a giant beer into the printer and it made horrible clunking noises for a while until I cleaned out all of the sticky bits, but IT STILL PRINTS FINE. https://www.theverge.com/23642073/best-printer-2023-brother-laser-wi-fi-its-fine
Made for Love was such a great show with a downright amazing soundtrack. Damn shame you can't watch it legally any more. https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=g0kZI1LNi3Y
I saw a review of The Recruit that compared it to the sort of shows that the USA Network used to make about ten or so years ago, and that was so on the money that we watched all of it in a week and immediately wanted more.
A coffee chain that makes drinks so sugary, bees are addicted to the syrup: https://www.phoenixmag.com/2023/01/06/sting-operation-dutch-bros-bee-problem/
I found a playlist that I posted on my blog way back in *2008*.
What made it hilarious and/or depressing is that every service I referenced in the post was a blasted hole where a website used to be (Songza and iMeem, anyone?)
Anyways, here's a Spotify version that I'll revisit in 15 years or so: https://open.spotify.com/playlist/0ERy8IV7kHSFe6gmRvfPur?si=b44df9ff345c40ec
Hurt my neck watching Avatar