And yes, okay, that report was probably overblown given how many other things are assigned the same carcinogenic threat level. But hey, if you’re a stickler like that you can still enjoy the video below making fun of Apple commercials, can’t you? I know you can.
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Video. When people come to your house and instantly want to connect, are you okay with it? Or does it actually bother you a lot and if your friends want free WiFi they can just go to Maccas or something, because they are there to enjoy your company not your incredible download speeds, okay?! Okay.
Guy Gavriel Kay has carved out a unique niche, writing fantasy novels that take real-life historical settings and transforming them into something new and different. His latest novel, Children of Earth and Sky, takes place in a version of 16th century Europe that's under threat from a version of the Ottoman Empire, and includes a fictionalized version of real-life Croatian bandits called the Ushoks, who stole from the Venetians and the Ottomans for justice. We talked to Kay about just how he manages to turn real-life history into a world all his own.
Lots of people say they're children of the '80, but I'm of the belief that isn't true unless you know The Monster Squad. Fred Dekker's under-appreciated 1987 monster mash-up remains a worthy cult classic and Mondo is about to pay tribute in an awesome way.