Windows 10 can overload a system if you forget to upgrade your firmware information. It happened to me, and now my hard drive can't be accessed to boot. BSOD is still a thing, but the error messages are at least pretty obvious.
It's a bit of a different tone from Zim. A lot more murder, obviously, but there's also a supernatural element in the books. Demons, angels, heaven, hell, monsters, etc. All black-and-white, too, if that's a turn-off.
I like most flavors of tea, save for Oolong and Jasmine. I typically go for Earl Grey because I'm a Star Trek fan. I sort of developed the habit out of sheer curiosity as to why in the world it's Picard's beverage of choice, and wound up liking it. However, spice teas or chamomile are nice when I'm feeling a bit ill.
Finally got around to watching Transformers: Age of Extinction, due to insomnia. There were about five different plots, and none of them made sense. Still, explosions, chase scenes, the past coming back to bite humanity in the butt, and robots turning into cars and back again, so, basically what I expected.
1. The Great Dictator
2. Singin' in the Rain
3. You've Got Mail
4. It's A Mad, Mad, Mad World
5. The Lion King
6. Star Trek: The Wrath of Khan
7. Return of the Jedi
8. The Apartment (1960)
9. Eternal Sunshine of the Spotless Mind
10. The Preacher's Wife
The Motion Picture felt like three episode plots molded into one: Kirk butting heads with a man he replaced, the new USS Enterprise NCC-1701 being less-than adequate for its task, and an external threat caused by past actions. The film's problems resulted from trying to fit them all together.
April Fools' Day is rightly perceived by countries which do not practice it as complete and utter lunacy. There is no justifiable reason to participate in it or encourage it, so it's rather problematic to try and describe the reasons why people do April Fools' pranks.
Looking back at the list, I know I voted for the Pearl Harbor attack and the lack of WMDs as being true, but it was more along the lines of, "They blatantly ignored analysts who told them about the probability of this stuff," instead of, "They were aware of all of this and went ahead anyway."
So, basically, I think conspiracy theories, even when they have a sliver of truth, are extremely hyperbolic expressions of reality.
My favorite goof is Robin answering the riddle, "What weighs six ounces, sits in a tree and is very dangerous?" with, "A sparrow with a machine gun!" [spoiler]Because clearly, explaining that a kite is both a child's toy and a bird of prey is too difficult.[/spoiler]