Any of us would be impatient as f (or worse) in the same situation. And don't worry David, your hair still looked great!

There's nothing that bad or unlikeable about David in this video and I'm not a fan at all. I can't imagine anyone else being so invested and angry over this.

This week has seen a magnificent broadside by French chefs against the greatest evil facing Europe today: the phenomenon of diners taking pictures of their dishes.

Even worse, some of these smartphone berserkers then show said snaps to their friends, perhaps on social networking sites.

She had the largest chest of all the senior girls so it was quite a treat.

Those are definitely my favorite, especially when unsolicited and done especially for me.– /u/Jazz-un Alexia La Fata is a Senior Editor.

I laugh at most of the comments thrown his way here but in all honesty, he was most likely just frustrated that his staff was unprepared and he just wanted to get through the apparently hot-assed day.

I wonder where he was on location; it DID appear hot as balls, and I'm sure he couldn't wait to rip off that jacket & take a cold shower.

Muir was a dream to work with, compared with many of those I work(ed) with, who weren't nearly as well-known.

DL fave, queen Adam Joseph thinks he's an expert on lighting, but always complains when his lighting and (heavy) makeup aren't to his liking--which he's invariably dictated in advance. He actually looks better without it, as you see on the field.

broke big news about a small lawsuit: an Austin man named Brandon Vezmar had filed a suit against a woman who he met on the dating app Bumble, alleging that she had been texting during the movie the two saw on their date, and owed him the price of a ticket (.31) to declared the man a “hero,” and on Wednesday, the Alamo Drafthouse offered Vezmar a gift certificate for .31 in an attempt to settle the suit.

The story has largely been treated as a quirky case of a person attempting to correct bad behavior through unusual means—but a statement the defendant offered to the media about the case indicates that there’s more than one way to view the situation.

As a print journalism major, luckily, I don't have the pleasure of working with broadcast "journalism" talent often.