… sprayed on the weeds without regard for environmental regulations because, in this new to-be-made-grated-again America, we can just ignore regulations and laws that get in the way of profit, right?
- Final score: Airlock 1, Zarek 0. When I suggested to Richard during a break early in second-season shooting that his character was destined for the airlock and could not make it to Earth or even survive without undermining the entire show, after a huge guffaw he agreed… he'll be missed. So say we all.
- Another personal musing from the Arts Community (yes, the capitalization is arch, intentional, and archly intentional) concerning the class selectivity that is too genteel to call "class warfare" hiding in the Manhattan arts/writer scene. In complex systems, "the sum of the parts" is always a different thing from a simple summation…
- …and the relationship to six centuries of "who's the 1% in Florence?" bears pondering, especially in terms of familial succession in the "trade" in the arts.
- Actually, there's only one appropriate way to describe this week: with a fleeting expletive or three or a dozen or maybe hundreds. Brings a new perspective on the FCC's rnewfound disdain for net neutrality, doesn't it?