Me fail English? But that's unpossible!
I can only assume you've been copying-and-pasting your outrage into the comments sections on a variety of sites, because you'll see the words "as originally rumoured" were used in reference to Weaving, and the words "beaten out" don't appear anywhere beyond your comment.
Ah, but the point of my comment was less about the guidelines themselves than the fact that the phrasing "There. I said it. She died by suicide" is perhaps more than a little insensitive. There's a time and a place for "There. I said it" in online discussion and I am not sure it is while discussing someone's incredibly sad death less than 48 hours after the fact.
I would suggest that if you are going to fly in the face of accepted guidelines regarding the reporting and discussion of suicide in the press, then perhaps at least not including the sentence "There. I said it. She committed suicide." might be a good idea.
(You're right, though - I blame his low growl, half the time you just have to guess at what he's saying. Although, I think pretty much anyone save perhaps Gary Gygax himself would find themselves quickly out-geeked by Vin Diesel.)
Shit happens when you transcribe naked.
Haha I've already worn it out! (The coat and scarf go particularly well with a mini dress and thigh boots.) Goes to show what an incredible costume designed Dickson is, too - I enjoyed The Hobbit but it wasn't a patch on her work.
Oh man, that was suspenseful - I was getting ready to bellow "ANTHONY, WHERE IS 'THE WORDS'?!" but there it is in its rightful position.
Thank you for the mental image of Jorah writing 'Why Does My Heart Feel So Bad', it's somehow taken the edge of this awfulness.
"Burglekutt, you're troll dung!"
Alan Arkin and the demolition sight gag made this worth it for me.