1. In addition to the direct-to-DVD animated Justice League film I blogged about yesternight, there’s also a live action big-screen Justice League film in the works.
What’s the plot? I don’t know; but I am extremely skeptical about this purported leak. Um, spoiler alert, I guess, if you believe any of it.
2. The latest issue (#10) of the Spirit comic book might be worth picking up if you want to read parodies of a bunch of tv news and entertainment personalities – Rosie O’Donnell, Rush Limbaugh, Bill O’Reilly, Stephen Colbert, Geraldo Rivera, etc., etc.
Is it funny? Well, mildly. Okay, actually, no, not especially.
3. Tonight I saw a preview ad for a new vampire drama called Moonlight. My first thought was that it looked like an Americanised version of the 90s Canadian series Forever Knight. Someone else must have had the same thought, because the former’s Wikipedia page links, without comment, to the the latter’s.
4. “Is our children learning?” – George W. Bush, 11 January 2000
“Childrens do learn.” – George W. Bush, 26 September 2007.
Look, he’s consistent. If “children” were the single form of the noun, then surely “childrens” would be the plural.
What an example our illustrious leader is sending . Even my students recognize the correct pluralization of child – and English is their third language!
aside note: I have been listening to your “Foundations of Libertarian Ethics” lecture series and have been given a great deal to ponder – thanks!