But don't trust Richard's review of the show. Let's see what the Pitch's Nick Spac.k has to say in his review:
"Honestly, I spent the better part of the latter half of the Arctic Monkey's set hanging out in Liberty Hall's foyer shooting the shit with various people, and not a single one of us were even slightly interested in any of the songs being played 50 yards from us."
Richard: "For fuck's sake, Spac.k, shouldn't you at least be required to watch the show you are reviewing! Why don't I have your job?"
After successfully driving local T-shirt shop Joe College out of business due to exorbitant legal fees, KU has now decided to waive those fees so long as Larry Sinks agrees never to make another shirt that involves "Kansas, Lawrence, a Jayhawk or anything else even remotely associated with Kansas University, its athletic teams or colors" (LJ-World).
Richard: "So you're telling me poor Sinks can't even print a blue T-shirt from now on? I wonder if he's even allowed to use any of the letters that make up the phrase 'Kansas University?'"
Chip: "The guy should consider himself lucky that Big Lew didn't have him assassinated long ago."
Tonight's Lost episode is Hugo-centric and titled "Everybody Loves Hugo." Our vote for fanboy comment of the day goes to McFaux:
"So, if the symmetry holds, this epi tonight should be pretty fair dinkum. 2.04 was the episode that reallly kicked off the second leg of the Journey. We'd just finished opening the Swan hatch harbaville triptych of MoS-MoF, Adrift, and Orientation. Desmond had found 'his' sucker to save the World, the 815's were left holding the bag, and were left sayin WTF? That Hugo epi was laden with metaphor and subtext and the other things, both Science and Faith. 8 feet of Concrete and Chernobyl. Magnetic walls pulling in Keys. Apollo bars and Rising stars.. Quitting Jobs and Starting Jobs."