I personally find it a pretty entertaining read but I can see how some might find it a dry read - it's around 1400 pages in total I think, which is a fair amount for a piece that covers only six years of history. But Carr is a great writer and he's able to include inane amounts of detail in his writing while still maintaining a pretty high level of readability.
I'm definitely adding it to the list of things I need to read.
That quote about "wheelbarrowing" is hilarious.
first episode: "meh, i'll watch one more i guess." second episode: "alright this is pretty acceptable." third episode: "alright fuck it i think i really like this show". --- thanks for the recommendation!
Hmm. I've heard of it before and it has a good IMDb rating, but I guess the Victorian atmosphere and lack of knowing any fans made me pass it over. Will watch and report back with thoughts.
yeah that's it. it's actually like a 3/5 kinda show and after the first three seasons ended like shit i don't even think anybody watches it anymore but it's legit i mean look at that clown for one
re: the clown picture - you an AHS fan?
I'm liking this whole buddy cop movie idea. I'll start thinking up signature hand shakes.
Cool, I'll reply to it there~
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