What is Dan Harmon’s favorite Community episode from season 4? How does he feel about Chevy Chase? Did he really blow a whole music budget on one song? Find out on this episode of Dragon Ball Z!


Finally, something more than 16 seconds has emerged! One of the best inklings from this trailer is hints about Capaldi’s take on the Doctor. Stoic. Intrinsic. “Am I good man?” Does that line set up a question to be answered this season? I am already enjoying this Doctor- and the season hasn’t even started yet.


Oh, it’s the most wonderful time of the year! Sing it with me! It’s time for my annual jaunt down to the Florida SuperCon- a local comic book convention in Miami, FL. It’s moved to the beautiful Miami Beach, which means I had a five minute walk from my (old) apartment, to the nerdiest place in all of the Seven Kingdoms.

Below is my meeting with the Holy Trinity: Dan Harmon, Dino Stamatopoulos and Scott Adsit. If you get a chance to meet them, take it. Come prepared with questions. They are happy to talk about comedy writing, acting, and their shows. The salsa verde on the burrito: they’re genuinely nice human beings that will make you laugh. Just tell Dino how pretty his eyes are. You’re welcome. Click for more pics! 


Florida SuperCon, check. Attending a dear friend’s ultra gorgeous bridal shower, super check. Going to see Guardians of the Galaxy a month too early- yeah that happened too! How was your Fourth of July? Did you save me some potato salad? Did you go watch Melissa McCarthy’s Tammy?

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Thank you notes are so educational.

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Post 4th of July

Florida SuperCon, check. Attending a dear friend’s ultra gorgeous bridal shower, super check. Going to see Guardians of the Galaxy a month too early- yeah that happened too! How was your Fourth of July? Did you save me some potato salad? Did you go watch Melissa McCarthy’s Tammy?


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The chip is a 20-millimeter square, about 7 millimeters thick, and each day, it dispenses 30 micrograms of a hormone called levonorgestrel, which has already been used in several kinds of contraceptives. 

A woman can turn the device on and off with a click off a button so unlike other contraceptives a woman doesn’t have to go to a clinic to deactivate it. It also lasts up to 16 years. 

The chip is implanted under the skin of the buttocks, upper arm, or abdomen

It was developed developed by MicroCHIPS of Lexington, Massachusetts, the device will begin testing in 2015. The goal is to have it on the market by 2018.

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