“One of the most bizarre stories is called ‘The Astronaut’s Suicide.’ It tells the story of an astronaut who returns to Earth from a long stay in space, finds he can’t adjust to normal life, and kills himself. It’s meant to be a children’s book.”—Foreign Policy article on Gaddafi’s terrible books.
The deal is worth between $75 million and $100 million, people close to the situation said. That means Netflix is paying close to $1 million per episode of the series, which “Mad Men” creator Matthew Weiner said last week would run seven seasons. Each season has 13 episodes, which Lions Gate licenses to cable network AMC.
So if you’re a “Mad Men” fan, you’ll now be able to watch reruns of the show on your TV, iPad, iPhone, and pretty much in your sleep.
Have you noticed all of the frightening aviation news lately? It seems like there’s a story about a new incident almost everyday (which is why I threw together the above title which ended up looking more like a Pixar movie poster than a scary tabloid headline).
Maybe this is a normal volume brought to light by the Southwest news. Either way, here’s a rundown:
March 24: Tower at Reagan National goes silent as planes attempt to land