Seattle Seahawks championship quarterback RUSSELL WILSON, telling CBS News that he once attended a sports camp run by… Denver Broncos QB Peyton Manning, who he beat in last night’s Super Bowl.
The student has become the teacher, indeed.
(Quote via CBS Radio News)
In 24hrs. Shot entirely on iPhones, this rumored Apple commercial skipped the Superbowl and went straight the the Internet. Pretty smart of you Apple. It’s no ’1984′ but it definately makes a statement. iPhones are everywhere. It’s amazing how different the world has become now that amazing, creative, talented people carry mini-computers in their pockets.
This is (one reason) why I love the internet.
Oh, god. I’m sobbing. This is one of the most beautiful things.
I, for one, know the importance of losing such a friend. so glad to see lostteddybear back with his human.
Love the last photo.
I’ve long had a love affair with Netflix. But perhaps more so than any other service, the relationship has changed over time. Not in a bad way, necessarily — it’s just different. And it’s different, because Netflix is different. It’s a service that keeps re-inventing itself.
That should be obvious to anyone paying attention. But it took this post by Felix Salmon to point out the obvious to me: in its transition to full-on streaming, Netflix is no longer about movies.
Said another way: Netflix has ramped up the “net” and wound down the “flix”.
Gadot said she represents “the Wonder Woman of the new world” — a direct response to fan criticism that she’s not fit enough, and not large-chested enough, to play the DC Comics icon.
“Breasts … anyone can buy for 9,000 shekels (Israel currency) and everything is fine,” she joked, adding, “Wonder Woman is Amazonian, and historically accurate Amazonian women actually had only one breast. So, if I’d really go ‘by the book’ … it’d be problematic.”
Gadot said she’s currently training for the role, with her preparations including learning “Kung Fu, kickboxing, swords, jujutsu, [and] Brazilian” martial arts. “I’ll gain body mass,” she promised.— (x)"It’d be problematic"