Let's see, on August 29th of this here year I posted this little nugget which shows you not only the "green band" trailer to the new Coen brothers' adapatation of Cormac McCarthy's No Country for Old Men but if you were lucky enough to be one of the fifteen folks to view it before it was yanked, you saw the "red band" version of said trailer. Well, according to a certain highly influential blogger who seems to be reading only other "highly influential bloggers" these days, Papercuts, that NYT litblog that is pretty good at borrowing ideas from bloggers, "unearthed" the trailer just today, September 20th. So if one unearths a trailer that was previously unearthed nearly a month before but by a much smaller blog--or one not attached to the NYT--can it still be considered unearthing or is it just being a little fart in a Cat 5 hurricane?
It's okay. Just proves the futility of what I'm doing here. In addition to working sixty hours a week I have to spend several hours a week earthing the NYT.
By the way, if you can stomach the blood (minor) and the ad (crappy), here's the "red band." Or you can wait about a month for its unearthing.