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Recorded our 13th-ish episode today and hot damn, we’re making a fun show. Amazing how much more enjoyable hearing great actors do their thing in the booth is compared to pulling your hair out over structure and story. But like the saying goes, ya can’t have one without the udder. Who says that? Nobody. Nobody says that.
Jonathan Rhys-Davies came in to record a voice on our show the other day. How damn neat is that.
Betsy Morais writes about the “bedtime procrastination” phenomenon: http://nyr.kr/1i2k4xY
“Sleeplessness has become a public-health concern, according to the Centers for Disease Control: around fifty to seventy million American adults have some kind of sleep disorder; a third of adults are not sleeping enough hours; and only a third of high-school students are coming close to a good night’s rest.”
Credit: Nishant Choksi.
NEW HAVEN (The Borowitz Report)—After a report from the Yale Center on Climate Change Communication showed that the term “climate change” elicits relatively little concern from the American public, leading scientists are recommending replacing it with a new term: “You will be burnt to a crisp and die.”
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