So, the world did not end. We didn’t think it would.
However, we were surprised the world didn’t end after the crew from Rejected Pitches, Cool Kids Table, Belle and Bernice, and The Front Desk came together to party for the holidays. I mean, it could have ended from complete and total awesomeness.
The Lord of the Rings cost a boat load of money to make, something like $430 million American according to a website. That’s a lot of money the Rejected Pitches team could have saved Peter Jackson. Also, you know how long it took to film? Years! That’s a ton of time Peter Jackson will never get back. And all he has to show for it is some meandering epic trilogy.
Well, I’m sad to report that this season of Rejected Pitches has come to end. And what’s a more appropriate way to end than with the beginning…of time, ya nerds! With dinosaurs, ya dummies! And Steven Spielberg is back, too. If you’re a real fan of the series, you know what I’m talking about.
And if you don’t know what I’m talking about, click here.
And if you do know what I’m talking about but aren’t a real fan of the series, perhaps you should watch the rest of the Rejected Pitches series here and become one.
In Alfred Hitchcock’s film The Birds, birds kill humans for no given reason. That got me thinking, how many birds could I take on if it came down to it? No weapons, no clothes, no nothing. Just what the big (wo)man upstairs has given me, and what he/she has given to birds.
I suppose it really depends on the type of bird, right? I mean, little birds wouldn’t be a problem. I could take on dozens. But you take some kind of prehistoric beast-bird like, I don’t know, an Argentavis, and I’m in over my head a little bit.
How many can you birds could you take, ya bird brain?!