I love nerd humor, but nerds predate the current "geeks are sexy" trend. Old school nerds FTW, nothing but. Besides that I just dig clever humor and amazing natural pictures. Bonus points for awesome band references.
I finally got around to streaming this show. Had to look elsewhere as Netflix hasn't got it yet and it's not included with Amazon Prime.
I love it like nearly nothing I've ever watched and constantly recommend it to everyone. It's the first show I've ever marathoned. I've had to set a limit of five episodes a day or I'll O.D. on it and not get anything done. It's the token philosophy class thought question about the "happy box." The longer I'm in the harder it is to come out.
I love it and I'm jealous of them all at the same time. They're fictional people and yet they have fun in a way I never knew I wanted. I have a wife and kids though, so maybe I'm just messing up a good thing. No one quotes movies with me in real life. My college lives were much more boring. I want a friend to do the Troy and Abed handshake with, or finish each other's pie.
I know the series is done. I'm reading a story and hoping I never reach the final page. I'm enjoying it while it lasts. It's fun seeing all the scenes until now I only knew as gifs from the interwebs. I'm only just into Season 3, so please don't spoil it by telling me who leaves or who arrives. I'll experience it all in my own timeline.
Thanks for listening to an odd rant/whine I was somehow compelled to put out there right before going to sleep. Felt oddly cathartic typing this here. This show will end, as our beloved MLKSHK will end. It'll be OK. We'll find and discover new inventive people and their incredible creations. We'll live in each others lives for a bit then go our separate ways as that very life dictates. And we'll be OK.
I'll be jealous of others, even in fiction, but I understand someone will be jealous of me and my life. I'll wise up and understand I have to be happy to find happiness. I've done it before, several times. I'll do it again. I have to stop now, my eyes are sweating.
" The mysterious 11-second sequence of red and blue rectangles could easily have been lost, unexplained and unappreciated among YouTube’s plethora of kittens and music videos.
But 28 minutes later Webdriver uploaded an almost identical video, and another an hour after that, and another, until eight months later – apparently happy with nearly 80,000 clips – they fell silent, with 236 hours of video to their name.
Almost all of the uploads follow the same pattern – 10 slides, each with a red rectangle, a blue rectangle and a computer-generated tone.
The shapes change size and the notes change pitch. Each video appears to be unique, but the format stays the same."