Saturday, December 31, 2005

If only this happened to every Gap store: Pardon Our Dust

Thank you, Spike Jonze, for making my dream live.

Monday, December 26, 2005

Pimp my Nutcracker

Saturday, December 24, 2005

Happy Holidays everyone!
Can Fu

Friday, December 23, 2005

This spoof pilot by the guys who made the only funny SNL skit in the last decade is hilarious.

Thursday, December 22, 2005

Zefrank gives us a direct request line to Santa's elves.
I am such a sucker for Family Guy nostalgia bits: Pinball Stewie

Wednesday, December 21, 2005

It's official.. he really is the most terrifying pope ever....

Tuesday, December 20, 2005

Gotta love the Kinky Friedman campaign.

"I'm gonna de-wussify Texas if I gotta do it one wuss at a time."

Monday, December 19, 2005

Even SNL can stumble upon funny by accident: Narnia Rap

Sunday, December 18, 2005

Perhaps my all-time favorite web-game, Grow, now has a Christmas edition: Grow Ornament

Wednesday, December 14, 2005

Now this is the war on Christmas I'm talking about:

New Yorkers get in the holiday spirit and Santa strikes back.
Favorite non sequitur of the day: “Iraq's Al Qaeda vowed on the Internet to disrupt an election it called a "'democratic' wedding of atheism and fornication."”

If only…..

Tuesday, December 13, 2005

One of my coworkers assures me this is hi-larious (I, however, make no such promises): Yacht Rock

Monday, December 12, 2005

The Human Spider

Sunday, December 11, 2005

Ahhh Sweet Vindication...

Mr. Cranky echoes a sentiment about Rent I've had for years:

The story is about a group of friends, some with AIDS and some not, who live the Bohemian lifestyle in New York and don't want to pay rent. This apparently warrants worship. However, here's a practical idea that might help them out: Get a job and move out of New York. Let's face it: High rents and New York go together like breathing and air.

Addendum: As I was looking for a pic of Gary from Team America: World Police singing "Everyone has AIDS!," I ran across this fun factoid: The Michael Moore puppet was stuffed with ham before it was blown up. More fun trivia here.
A Christmas Gory

Saturday, December 10, 2005

Samarost 2
Archie McPhee

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Home of Angry Scotsman chewing gum, the Crazy Cat Lady Action Figure, 7 Deadly Sins Wristbands, Jesus Pencil Toppers and more.

Steve at The Sneeze is running a soon-to-end giveaway where you can get your hands on some bacon bandages and other fascinating items from AM.

Friday, December 09, 2005

Colbert challenges the war on Christmas

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Christmas is pinned down by enemy fire and Stephen Colbert is coming to the rescue.

Thursday, December 08, 2005

Meet Ned. Ned sucks.

Despite my dislike of Fear Factor, I have never really harbored any
ill will towards the host, Joe Rogan. Mostly I think that's because he often subtley mocks the contestants which makes me feel all warm and fuzzy in my heart-place. Anyhow, when I read his rant about joke thieves, I gained a whole new appreciation. Here's the best part of his PSA:

The latest, and most disgusting joke thief off all is a guy named "Carlos Mencia." The REALLY crazy thing, is that's not even his real name. He sells himself as being mexican, but the reality is his real name is Ned Holness, and he's actually half German and half Honduran. The mexican hook is something he did to ingratiate himself with the local Mexican population of LA where he started.
Now, normally I wouldn't dedicate so much time to talk about a piece of shit like "ned" on my website, but this stupid motherfucker talked shit about me on the radio, so it's open season for hacks.

Wednesday, December 07, 2005

Take that, ecological footprint!

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"Carson Williams put up the elaborate light display at his Mason home and choreographed it all to music. But so many people have been flocking to see it that it's caused a traffic jam in his subdivision. Williams tells FOX19 that there was a car accident in the subdivision Tuesday and the police couldn't get to the scene because of the congestion.

"So he's decided to shut it down indefinitely.

"But you can see it right here" (and here, although I make no guarantees about pop-ups).

Tuesday, December 06, 2005

Catholics and Jews of the world unite: Siskel & Ebert on protestants

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Siskel: "They don't get enough s*#$ and they have all the money. They have all the money!"

Ebert: "The only time protestants get on their knees is to adjust the f@%#ing TV set."

Siskel: "They have all the Godd^$%ed insurance companies, they have all the insurance companies, they run the government, they run everything."

Ebert: "You're right."

Siskel: "Steve Martin's new comedy Roxanne."

Ebert: "This week on Siskel and Ebert AND the Movies."

Monday, December 05, 2005

The pic says it all.

Sunday, December 04, 2005

The latest in PoF's continuing coverage of Scott Stapp's downward spiral: Scott Stapp Gets into Brawl with 311

"We had just finished dinner and were at the hotel bar to watch the Lakers game when Scott Stapp walked in being very loud and obnoxious," Martinez tells Rolling Stone. "In fact, one of the first things he said was that he loved to fight. So he started doing shots and breaking the glass on the bar, almost hitting one of our crew guys. My wife and I moved to a table and eventually Scott made his way over and sat down. He was looking for attention. Even before that, he had wadded up a napkin that he lobbed in our direction. It was pathetic, and we tried to ignore him, but it was impossible. Then he made a pretty disrespectful comment to my wife, which I'd rather not repeat, but in no uncertain terms, the word 'fuck' was used. That's when [drummer] Chad [Sexton] walked over."

"I had run into Scott that day," says Sexton. "We have some things in common, like the same producer, and we chatted for a few minutes. So knowing we got along earlier, I kindly asked him not to disrespect anybody and reminded him that we're all friends. That's when he sucker-punched me -- hit me right in the face."

"When Scott punched Chad," adds Martinez, "in the follow-through, he hit my wife so then I threw my punch. I think the last time I got into a fight was in the third grade, but it was an instant reaction on my part. [311 bassist] P-Nut also came over and he got sucked into it, opening up a scar on his right arm from a recent surgery. Scott went down, and his girl came over and sat on him to get him to stop, but he got up, enraged, still wanting to fight. After about five minutes, hotel security finally broke it up and kicked him out. Honestly, the hotel was really at fault for not kicking him out when he threw the first shot glass."

Saturday, December 03, 2005

Some holiday cheer:

Cthulu Lego


Friday, December 02, 2005

Indiana social discourse

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Foolishly thinking Indiana would be an improvement over Arkansas, I nearly drove off the road the other day after reading a window-sized declaration that some guy's truck here is "Eatin' Fords and Shitin' Chevys."

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Hoosiers are also quite fond of memorializing lost loved ones in car window sticker form, which is a new concept for me. Yes, that's a bulldozer - whether the person was fond of bulldozers, is supposed to have driven a bulldozer, or was run over by a bulldozer remains unclear. In any case, Calvin pissing apparently could not be worked in. Fear not, though, "No Fear" fans, the trend is still in its infancy.

Drew recently mentioned that "bumper stickers come in two varieties: 'extreme viewpoint' and 'infuriating cliche.'" Given these new developments, "formal declaration of stupidity" seems to be more comprehensive.

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On the other side of the political spectrum, one fellow recently walked onto campus and was complimented on his nice red and green Christmas ribbons. He gave thanks for the compliment, and then politely explained that these were actually for sexual abuse and domestic violence awareness. I'm thinking of wearing "Incest Awareness Santa" to class at some point here, as well as attaching "Awareness of Awareness" magnetic ribbons to those portions of my car that have not already been covered in rust.

You have your photos against the background of every conceivable landmark. The pyramids make you yawn. You've been to luxury resorts. You've tried eco-tourism. You've gone to working trips abroad. You've done sex in Thailand and drugs in Amsterdam. You've taught English and teeth brushing techniques to flee-ridden children in Zimbabwe. You've stayed in Hymalayan buddhist monasteries and hand-fed penguins in the Antarctic. You've seen it all. People and places, cultures and countries no longer amuse you.

Realization that in six thousand years of civilization humanity hasn't generated enough entertainment for just this one lousy lifetime of yours makes you dangerously bored.

For the sophisticated misanthrope you've become we are pround to present the new revolutionary concept of Misery Tourism.

credit to Nick.

Thursday, December 01, 2005

The rumor mill has already started on a possible Serenity sequel. Of course, if Wash isn't in it... sigh.

The story behind the dance.

Of course, I still think the Numfar dance of joy and the Angel dances are tops...

Shaun of the Dead reenacted with knitting.

Tuesday, November 29, 2005

The Right Brothers give us the abomination of neo-con rock. There is something catchy about Bush Was Right, but it may just be the resemblance to Billy Joel's We Didn't Start the Fire that's throwing me off. Ironic, really - and not in an Alanis Morrisette kind of way.

Monday, November 28, 2005

Clarence Goes to Harlem
Mostar finally gets its Bruce Lee statue...

..and within a day someone has already stolen the nunchucks.

Saturday, November 26, 2005

You’re all in for a special treat this week - original PoF material that is not simply me ranting about my latest television, music, or nerdling obsessions. And thanks to the some generous server and bandwidth sharing from Sheldon [ed: has since moved to new server], I even have pictures (yes, I'm just too cheap and lazy to get a real host). So check out the BESTEST POST EVAR!!!
In case you forgot to Tivo "Pet Star," check out Einstein the Parrot.

Friday, November 25, 2005

The story of Mel Gibson's latest crazy project isn't that exciting, but I think we can all agree, this pic belongs here.

Thursday, November 24, 2005

Happy Turkey Day!

Wednesday, November 23, 2005

Brian from Family Guy does Peanut Butter Jelly Time

Incidentally, I don't know the origins of the song, but there's something very Wesley Willis about it.

Tuesday, November 22, 2005

Link round-up:

Super Mario meets high school talent show

Ozzy Osbourne writes a musical about Rasputin

Escaped Cons Successfully Pose as Frat Boys

and, sadly, the World's Ugliest Dog died.
It's about time

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From Division of Labour:

"Harlequin Enterprises Limited, one of the world's leading publishers of women's fiction and the global leader of series romance and NASCAR, the largest sanctioning body of motorsports in the United States, today announced a new licensing agreement.

"Under the agreement, Harlequin will publish a variety of women's fiction titles that will be included in the NASCAR Library Collection, which provides a high level of authentication and quality to NASCAR-licensed books. The novels, by some of Harlequin's bestselling authors, will have plotlines centering on NASCAR and will bear the NASCAR brand on their covers. Harlequin will also be the first publisher of women's fiction for NASCAR.

"The debut title in the new program, IN THE GROOVE by award-winning author Pamela Britton, will be published on January 31, 2006 to coincide with the Daytona 500. IN THE GROOVE will be the first fiction title ever published as part of the NASCAR Library Collection."

Sunday, November 20, 2005

It seems like this should be somewhere in the archives, but I can't find it and it's worthy of a re-post in any case... Ill Mitch.

First name ILL, last name Mitch
I don't cheat, I don't snitch
I don't rap about a gun
some are mad, I am fun
that is why you like me winning
that is why you like me grinning
when I go to rapping contest
everyone say ILL Mitch the best

Credit to Kathryn via Nick.

Saturday, November 19, 2005

Todd sent this gem to my inbox today, though I'd share:

"They would not let you rest, day or night. Stand up, sit down, stand up, sit down. Don't sleep. Don't lie on the floor," one prisoner said through a translator. The detainees were also forced to listen to rap artist Eminem's "Slim Shady" album. The music was so foreign to them it made them frantic, sources said.

"Frantic"? Or was that a burst of spontaneous poppin' n' lockin' in Abu Ghraib?

I think this means Eminem has overtaken AC/DC -- whose "You Shook Me All Night Long" was used to bombard Manuel Noriega's compound -- on the psy-ops countdown. Scary stuff, but if a nuke ever goes off in a major American city, mark my words, even liberals may end up condoning the use of "Barbie Girl" by Aqua, Geneva Convention notwithstanding.

Thursday, November 17, 2005


Rick Moranis... sings country.

Wednesday, November 16, 2005

I dedicate this link to Zach for no particular reason: The Long Toe Gallery

Tuesday, November 15, 2005

After this New Yorker article revealed the gender-bending identity of A3G, the author of one of my favorite blogs - Underneath their Robes, the blog was taken offline. For those of you who care (read: Alec), there's a thread over at Volokh about the outing. And another here.
Update: It's made the NY Times. CNN should get to it in about a week.

Monday, November 14, 2005

This week's photoshop contest in the SomethingAwful forums gives us Honest Game Titles.

Friday, November 11, 2005

Todd sent this great find a while back and I only now remembered to post it....

Head, Shoulders, Knees and Toes

More excellent vids here.

Thursday, November 10, 2005

Lest we not forget Michigan's other claim to fame...

The Sacramento Kings bought full-page ads in two newspapers to apologize for showing derogatory images of Detroit on video screens prior to their home opener against the Pistons.

When the Pistons were introduced Tuesday night, the Arco Arena scoreboard flashed pictures of abandoned buildings, burned-out cars, piles of rubble and other negative images of Detroit. The Pistons won the game 102-88.

The Kings apologized that night and owners Joe and Gavin Maloof bought a full-page ad that ran in Thursday editions of The Detroit News, expressing ``great respect for Detroit's long and rich tradition as a landmark American city and the incredibly positive impact the Motor City has made over the course of our country's history.''

Credit to Nick.
There's a New Mayor in Town

Sessions, who turned 18 on Sept. 22, ran as a write-in candidate because he was too young to get on the ballot in the spring. The young politician used $700 from a summer job to fund his door-to-door campaign in Hillsdale, Mich., a town of about 9,000.

Unofficial results show that Sessions got 732 votes, compared with 668 for Mayor Doug Ingles, 51. Once his victory is certified and he's sworn in - the ceremony is set for Nov. 21 - he may be the youngest mayor in the USA.
Sessions says his parents were skeptical at first but are now "very supportive." He says he has no agenda but wants to meet everyone. "I'm trying to set up a board of advisers" that will include a former mayor and leaders from Hillsdale College, which he hopes to attend next fall.

This is so much better than the last big story to put Hillsdale on the map.

Credit to Nate and Kara.

It's been a slow week. Let's fix it with some Japanese TV,

Morning Musume vs. The Lizard

Wednesday, November 09, 2005

#2 on our Iceland countdown comes to us via Malice's blog:

Original found here.

Tuesday, November 08, 2005

Sigur Ros pays tribute to Prussian Blue, France, Stonehenge, the tribe from Mad Max Beyond Thunderdome, nap time, and lemmings in Glosoli. (If you don't like atmospheric Icelandic music, you might wanna skip it...)

Saturday, November 05, 2005

I doubt anyone else will appreciate this besides me (except, of course, Victor) - Nickel Creek covers Britney Spear's Toxic.
I'm not much of a football fan, but I gotta admit - this play by the NO Saints just kicks ass.
An oldie, but a goodie: Wierd Al Interviews Eminem

Friday, November 04, 2005

Meet Gunther - he's like a mulleted Swedish Hasselhoff. (some video NSFW)

Thursday, November 03, 2005

The King Kong trailer is up.

Wednesday, November 02, 2005

Mickey was having one crappy October in 1930.

Tuesday, November 01, 2005

First it's San Francisco in jello, now it's Vader and Yoda in butter. I wonder what food product sculpture will make this triad complete? (I'm not counting the glorious puking pumpkin, but I could be persuaded otherwise...)

Monday, October 31, 2005

Happy Halloween

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"Seriously, what beats Halloween? As a snack enthusiast, NOTHING, that's what! Just for knocking on their mortgaged doors, middle class suckers are obligated by law to give you tasty treats. USA, baby! Don't even TRY to beat us!"

Sunday, October 30, 2005

Still in need of a costume for Halloween? Why not go with the "safety smock?"

When an inmate of a correctional facility is acutely suicidal, officers must remove every item that can be used for self-harm. Our smocks and bedding safely allow the inmate warmth and modesty.

Saturday, October 29, 2005

Anoop Dogg - Drop it Like a FOB

Wednesday, October 26, 2005

I found this take on the Shaft themesong hilarious....

Wha be tha blake prevy lawe
That bene wantoun too alle tha feres?
Ya damne righte!

Wha be tha carl tha riske is hals wolt
Fro is allye leve?
Konne ye?

Wha be tha carl wha ne wolden flee
Whan peril bene all aboughte?

Alle clepe tha carl ane badde mooder-
Speken of Shaft bene I.

He be a man konne unnethes
Namo save is mayde konnes im.

It gave me flashbacks to my junior year in high school when I had to memorize the opening lines of the Canterbury Tales. "Whan that April..." *shudder*

Link stolen from Victor's comments.

Tuesday, October 25, 2005

Despair Inc.'s new 2006 Demotivator designs unveiled

More are scheduled for release in November.
The best stuff is always hidden in the footnotes...

If you only skimmed the headlines of the latest news about Howard Stern leaving Infinity, you might have missed the best part of the story. After wading through the blather about Stern and laudatory bits about his main replacements, David Lee Roth and Adam Corolla (bleck and ugh, respectively), there's a final mention that Penn Jillette of "Penn kicks ass!" fame will also be hosting a new one hour program. Yahoo news is currently the only source that does more than mention this in passing.

Monday, October 24, 2005

I think we all know this was the only logical outcome of sending idiotic reporters out into hurricanes: Al Roker falls on his ass.

Update: Link fixed.

Sunday, October 23, 2005

Think this site is a waste of time? Well, at least you're not spending your time creating a scale model of San Francisco in jello.
Someone put a lot of effort into this Power Rangers spoof. (in Japanese, subtitled) I only post it because it might be the first bit of Japanese humor that has made any sense whatsoever.
Lawyer, Lawyer

Friday, October 21, 2005

Still wondering what to dress the baby as for Halloween (assuming of course that you don't leave him/her in the cage)? Try crocheting some Yoda ears.

I found my next vacation destination: Bon Bon Land

Be sure to click through the entire photo set and read the captions - the ant joke had me laughing out loud.

Thursday, October 20, 2005

I usually don't plug bands, but I'm feeling a little obligated now that I've gotten three Epoxies cds for free. Todd was kind enough to give me the first two and now I have the local Virgin megastore to thank for the third. After waiting 20 minutes for them to hunt down a copy of Stop the Future, I had nearly given up when they offered to just give me the promo cd. What can I say people, I live a charmed life.

Monday, October 17, 2005

Must see webTV: Anne stars as Susan O'Schaffer over at the Etc site in their spoof election coverage of the NYC mayoral race.
Holy crap.

Sunday, October 16, 2005 - Infant Confinement Specialists Since 2001

On the go? Traveling on a plane? This travelling carrier is for you. Made of plastic to safely carry your beloved cargo. Suitable for infants 0 to 2 years old.

Saturday, October 15, 2005

Feeling too optimistic?

Start your day off right with a steaming cup of "where the fuck did my civil liberties go?" with this disappearing bill of rights mug.
Who needs a New James Bond when you have these guys?

Separatists in southern Thailand—a region that up until Thailand's annexation in 1902 was semi-autonomous, Malay, and Muslim—have increased violence against the Thai Buddhist majority in recent years, targeting more and more Buddhist monks and teachers. A recent terror tactic, writes the Observer Research Foundation, is "for two terrorists to travel in a two-wheeler and for the one in the rear to take out a weapon and kill the target. This helps in rapid get-away after the killing without being captured by the bystanders or the police." As a result, new products are being developed to protect Buddhist monks, from bulletproof vests in the traditional safron hue to motorcycle sidecars—dubbed "monkmobiles"— encased in protective glass and outfitted with a small window for receiving alms.

Many of the products are devised by "Thailand's Q" (a reference to James Bond's gadget guy), Major Songphon Eiamboonyarith, a defense contractor who has also invented bulletproof tuk-tuks (motorcycle taxis), "umbrellas that shoot rubber bullets, bullet-proof baseball caps and a hand-held device to fire a man-sized net 30 feet (10 m) to stop a villain in his tracks."

Tuesday, October 11, 2005

Insect filth and mammalian excreta - mmm!

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After eating pupae, Steve points out a helpful government guide to acceptable levels of filth in food fit for human consumption.

Monday, October 10, 2005

OK Go's A Million Ways

Sunday, October 09, 2005

UNICEF bombs the Smurfs

Belgian television viewers were given a preview of the 25-second film earlier this week, when it was shown on the main evening news. The reactions ranged from approval to shock and, in the case of small children who saw the episode by accident, wailing terror.
The short film pulls no punches. It opens with the Smurfs dancing, hand-in-hand, around a campfire and singing the Smurf song. Bluebirds flutter past and rabbits gambol around their familiar village of mushroom-shaped houses until, without warning, bombs begin to rain from the sky.
The advertising agency behind the campaign, Publicis, decided the best way to convey the impact of war on children was to tap into the earliest, happiest memories of Belgian television viewers. They chose the Smurfs, who first appeared in a Belgian comic in 1958.

Saturday, October 08, 2005

I bet this is what all those Christian mimes are doing in their off time: finger breakdancing.

Friday, October 07, 2005

The first nine or ten minutes of Serenity are online.

Update: For Colorado residents, there's even a money back guarantee if you don't like the movie.
Another fun ad: Guiness Evolution (credit to Todd)

Thursday, October 06, 2005

Funny, these aren’t the Flintstones vitamins I remember.
As Howard Dean would say: YEEEAAARGHHH!!!!!!!

Wednesday, October 05, 2005

Finally some proof of dolphin intelligence I can buy into: Dolphins at Disney's Epcot Center Taught to Sing Batman Theme Song

Update: The squirtgun gets more and more disturbing every time I look at it. Everything about it is just so WRONG....

Tuesday, October 04, 2005

The Leslie Hall Gem Sweater Collection

I initially thought this might be the unfortunate victim of some cruel and obsessive photoshopping, but then I noticed the hair and the dead-fish gaze is just a little different in every shot. She's the real deal, sequins and all.
Who says starvation can't be a good time?

Mothers use his name to scare their children while even adults hope they don't bump into him in the dark -- for more than 40 years Gopal Haldar has been making his living in India's Sunderbans mangrove region as a ghost.

Measuring a mere 1.21 meters (four feet) and weighing a slight 24 kilograms (52 pound), Haldar -- now near to retirement age -- says he has been malnourished all his life.

"I have hardly had the money to buy good food or visit a doctor. I have been suffering from malnutrition since my childhood.

Because of his poor health and stick-like physique, he added, neighbours had said he was "born to play a ghost".

Monday, October 03, 2005

I love the internets.... Harriet Miers already has a blog.
Men of the internet

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"A web project which consists of a compilation of found images of the cornerstone of any good teen movie: computer nerds. 'Men of the internet' presents the idea of the computer nerd as a species of human that have had their bodies literally transformed and modified as a result of prolonged computer use. A collection of real life altered physiognomy and biological/technological modification: bigger brains, protruding craniums and enhanced eyesight with enormous glasses."

Just keep clicking for more...

Sunday, October 02, 2005

Some guy on the web pays homage to Loverboy's "Working for the Weekend"
The Prince of Eternia pays homage to 4 Non Blondes.

Saturday, October 01, 2005

Another ps260 spoof trailer, this time it's for West Side Story.

Friday, September 30, 2005

If my rabid fandom hasn't convinced you to go see Serenity tonight, perhaps the hefty 80% rating over at Rotten Tomatoes will. Feel free to post all thoughts and spoilers here.

Thursday, September 29, 2005

Todd sends along this brilliant spoof trailer for the original version of The Shining. (and I swear I hadn't gotten his email before posting the Stewie pic... these memes just happen.)
Stewie Live!

It's subservient chicken all over again, but this time it's Stewie from The Family Guy and not some weirdo in a basement wearing a chicken suit.

Wednesday, September 28, 2005

Let's just get this creepy mime thing out of the way and move on... Mimeistry. ("ministry"+"mime" = brilliant!)

p.s. - Has anyone seen my co-blogger recently? Perhaps he's been abducted by one of these all too pervasive Christian mime cults...
Laura Bush is making an appearance on reality TV, Anna Nicole Smith goes to Washington... what the hell? I mean really, what the hell? Did Nostradamus have something to say about this?

Tuesday, September 27, 2005

Some of you may be wondering why my Serenity-obsession has yet to hit fever-pitch level on this blog given that we're only days away from the premiere. Fear not. My obsession remains intact, I just choose not to post every little Serenity-thing that floats across the web or into my email inbox - mostly because there's too much to post and it would get real boring real fast. So I'll just sum it all up with this: Serenity opens on Friday. Go see it. See it again. Make me proud and go a third time. Why? Because if the box office does really well in the first week, there will likely be TWO sequels. And I WANT MY SEQUELS DAMMIT!!!!!

Monday, September 26, 2005

What religion do I need to convert to to stop this... I think we may be headed for another threepeat. Here's Christian mime entry #2: K & K mime

Christian Mime Ministry scripts equip Christian drama ministries to provide sermon illustrations that bring scripture passages and contemporary parables to life through the ministry of pantomime.

Mime comes from the word, "mimesis," which means to "recreate." This ancient, graceful art form will bless your congregation as it opens their imagination to "see" the Word of God materialize invisibly.

They've conviced me. There clearly is no god.

Sunday, September 25, 2005

Which Historic General Are You?

..better than most stupid quizzes, for the record, I am Colonel Tarleton.

Saturday, September 24, 2005

Just when I thought the Japanese could get no weirder...

... they give us live lobster vending machines. via BoingBoing