February 24, 2009

Since I made the reference

I'm guessing everyone has seen these commercials already, but just in case, "Oh, Snap!" gif I used in the last post comes from these,







Annihilating crappy ricers, especially the ones with the obnoxious, crappy loud sounding mufflers would be endlessly enjoyable.

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February 18, 2009

News from the Future

Living as I do near the Hadron Collider, I expected strange things to occur once they'd fired that thing up.  And lo and behold, I have started receiving e-mail updates of news from the future, just like that show Early Edition except with a lot bigger audience.  So I'm going to pass along to you my news updates from the future.  I've stuck the first one under the fold...
 
more...

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February 17, 2009

Do you hate what George Lucas has done to Star Wars?

Not nearly as much as this guy

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February 16, 2009

An interesting demographic

I can't believe this is real.  But it is.  I guess in today's economy, you have to find customers wherever you can.

(Thanks to mesa.)

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How I Spent St. Valentine's Day

I hope you all had a wonderful Valentine's Day.  Personally, mine was kind of a mixed bag.

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February 13, 2009

Yes, the saying is true!

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Oh, and for all you Facebook junkies, here's more gun porn.

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February 10, 2009

I Think I Found The Secret Weapon Against The Kremlin!

Guinea Pigs!

They then summoned Nastya's parents to condemn them for bringing up a brazen child who would waste the president's time on such trifling matters. Nastya was even forced to write a letter retracting her request.

But attitudes shifted when her parents complained to the president about the officials' behaviour and a newspaper publicised the plight of the girl from Kalitvensky in southern Russia.

The next day, officials called again - but this time to hand over two guinea pigs and a cage.

The episode marked a 'complete failure by the authorities to understand real people and their problems', said youth committee leader Sergei Chyuev.

Last year, Siberian girl Dasha Varfolomeeva, nine, used a TV show to ask leader Vladimir Putin for a dress and a trip to Moscow. She got both.

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February 05, 2009

Got half an hour to kill?

Most of you have probably seen this, but if you haven't, head over to Moron Central and listen to Blackfive's Uncle Jimbo and David Bellavia make a complete and utter fool out of an old, clueless Canadian hippie douche.  Trust me, it's hi-fucking-larious.

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Two great videos

You've got your pick, MKH's video at TWS,



Or Reason's video,


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Obama Science Czar Favors Witch Trials

The beleaguered Obama transition team was hit with another scandal today, this time centering around the newly-created position of Science Czar.  The nominee, Katherine Welch-Gimsley, said in an interview in 2008 that she favored "old-fashioned methods of scientific rigor."
 
When asked a follow-up question in a Senate hearing on Wednesday, though, Welch-Gimsley, who has a PHD in the History of Scientificalism from Harvard and owes $425,000 in back taxes, clarified her remarks as follows:
 
"Old fashioned means that if two scientists disagree, we have them fight a duel, knowing that whoever wins has been ordained correct by the scientific forces of nature.  And those who dispute the decrees of science, such as Pluto enthusiasts or Climate Change denialists, will be given the classical paradigm choices: either dunked under water until they recant, or hanged by the neck until dead.  This will also serve to decrease the surplus population, a worthy goal regardless of the forum of discussion."
 
Senator Harry Reid quickly disagreed, saying that "I favor, and I think that my colleagues will agree, drawing and quartering climate change deniers, because it is a far more environmentally friendly activity and produces more union jobs than a simple hangman."
 
An unnamed group of Republican senators were quoted by insiders as saying that they were prepared to cut a deal to confirm Welch-Gimsley anyways, in return for being allowed to bathe in the reflected glow of Barack Obama.

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I'll admit it - I kind of really want one

Behold!  The Life of Christ in Cats - Collectible Plate Edition


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February 03, 2009

Best. Infomercial. Evah!

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