Congrats! And I’ll echo what Ned said: It’s well-deserved, too.
Early 90s Cultural References:
Hannah wears an outfit composed entirely of DayGlo neon colors.
Reinforcement of Negative Stereotypes Alert:
The city’s Chief Postal Inspector threatens twelve-year old children repeatedly that he will go after them with his shotgun.
R.L. Stine Shows He is Down With the Kids:
Knocking over mailboxes, stealing ice cream cones from local parlours, these are some James Dean-level shenannigans.
Official Dream Sequence Tally:
Memorable Cliffhanger Chapter Ending:
Hannah goes up to her room to go to sleep when suddenly the shadowy figure is by her bed! Oh, by shadowy figure she means her jacket. What a spooky jacket, Hannah!
Apparently blogger beware has been active since March 2006, but I only today discovered this loving, encyclopedic tribute to the Goosebumps series.
It is a solid 2.5 hours from Brooklyn, but at least now I won’t feel mocked when I see those commercials.
There are already several Sonics closer to Williamsburg, including one on the Jersey Shore, one just outside Philly, and one a straight shot west on 78. (It’s, uh, possible I’ve considered a Sonic road trip in the past.)
From today’s NY Times:
30 Rock “Generalissimo” (Season 3, Episode 10):
The former banker interns have “zero real world skills, but God they work hard.”
“The plan is intended to stem the exodus of talent from the rapidly collapsing financial services industry, which has been the city’s economic engine for decades, and speed the industry’s recovery, which may take years, officials said.”
I’m pretty impressed with these “officials.” Personally, I can’t handle that level of cognitive dissonance.