Andy is as burnt out as the next person with every other news story saying he should change his password, but when an breach that affects nearly every person who has used the internet seems to buried in the news, he thinks maybe this bug needs a better name than Heartbleed.
Andy liked “Everyday,” but gives his proverbial warning that this is an artsy-kind of film, meaning that even though he gives it a high rating, it isn’t for everyone.
A news report about the Chicago White Sox Opening Day festivities had the proverbial police officer warning that they would be on the lookout mostly for drunks, people getting drunk, and general mayhem. Also, if you’re planning on heading to the game to do something you’re not supposed to do, you better be careful because they are watching for you people, too. Andy wonders about you people, going somewhere to do something you’re not supposed to do.
This edition of Mostly Entertainment spotlights a new trailer for Sophia Grace & Rosie’s Royal Adventure, some new releases from IFC Films are coming, and yes, there are conspiracy theories about the missing Malaysian flight.
Andy thought about writing about the recent primary elections in Illinois, but Pitbull seemed to be having so much fun while Andy was watching his concert from SXSW that he began to wonder if TV might be the way to see a concert, at least if you are too lazy to get to a venue.
Posting concert photos has got me to wondering if you’ve been lucky enough to be in the front row at your favorite show. It’s my time to reflect a bit, but your turn to let me know.