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Monthly Archives: June 2009

Oh man.

I don’t know if I should even tell you guys about this. (You guys totally already know, don’t you?)  It is too efficient and marvelous a time-waster.  You could end up trapped there like Coach Gordon Bombay in Freejack

Ok, you were warned.  Here it is:  The Daily What

It is an awesome collection of fun things, created by the internet, to put your eyeballs on.  Don’t believe me? Check it:



I like this more than I should…

And punched myself in the face for every connection this chart missed (No Jubilee one-sided infatuation with wolverine? *punch*)



We run a classy Web Log

The only thing better than wasting time reading various newspaper and magazine articles and op-eds on the internet? Reading funny and pointed commentary that snarkily tears apart those articles and op-eds. It took me awhile, but I think I’m starting to get into, even though I generally dislike heavy use of internet-ese (exclamation points, FULLCAPS, and other forms of over-exaggerated emphasis! Ironic use of nerd slang and meme references!!1!) Everything in moderation.


First Farrah Fawcett, now Michael Jackson. Death is removing an icon from each decade. If I were Mark Paul Gosselaar, I’d be careful out there today

Mark Paul Gosselar…lol


i dont whether to feel sad that a childhood hero is dead…or happy because I totally nailed that joke



is that bad?


haha, probably


i wonder if parents everywhere are rejoicing




while 20-something young adults are weeping


7 year old boys are exhaling and unclenching their sphincters

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Best Movie Review Ever?

Possibly.  It may be trendy to hate Transformers 2, but this is hilarious.

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by Angrymice, via Joshuah Bearman via Lisanti Quarterly

BBoy28980: !!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!
BBoy28980: i gotta finish this meeting on IRC
BBoy28980: and take this poop

I know we’re late to this (as to most things in the cyberspaces), but:


I just left an elevator in a big important company building. They had a flat screen tv in the elevator. One side of the screen was recapping the Washington D.C. train tragedy. The other side of the screen was showing a trailer for “The Taking of Pelham 123” a movie about a group of criminals that hijack a subway train with the intention of crashing it.


Thumbs Down:

To male porn stars grunting, moaning and, especially, speaking. Shut the F up. Please.


This may come as a shock to you, your goatee, and your shorn scrotum, but no one is picking up a copy of “Schindler’s Fist” to hear your masterful line delivery of classic dialogue such as “Oh yeah” and “You like that?” I don’t know about those blonde twins, sir, but I do not. Like it. When you speak. Don’t get me wrong, I enjoy the things you are doing, but, much like a barber, shoeshiner or masseuse, I just don’t want you to speak while you are doing them. This is my time, not yours.

Thumbs Up:

To Mongolian Beef.


Or chicken. Or Mongolian ANYTHING. Fry some onions and garlic, add some unrecognizable meat product and then drown it in chili peppers and chili sauce. That is a meal fit for conquerors and the holders of territories that are strategically unimportant in RISK. If science ever created a Mongolian burrito, science could retire to Aruba because I would buy one of those for every breakfast, lunch and dinner. Mongolian food is the best.

I know people will complain that I’m describing a Panda-Expressed bastardization of Chinese food rather than traditional (bland and non-spicy) Mongolian cuisine like Boodog, which, if wikipedia memory serves me correctly, is mutton cooked within the abdominal cavity of a deboned marmot. To those people I say: I cannot hear your complaint regarding my historical inaccuracies due to the loud, tumescence-inhibiting chatter of the dude in this porno I’m watching.


Bonus neat fact about Mongolia: Apparently real live Tremors live in their deserts, Maybe (More here)