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I Love The Internet (pt. 27)

September 27, 2010 Leave a comment

– Move over Kerri Strug; we have a new female heroine of Olympic perseverance.

– Is this a bookstore, or…heaven?

– I was all set to be good and sick of Sacha Baron Cohen, but then Graham King and Tim Headington had to go and give him the lead role in an upcoming biopic about the late great Freddie Mercury (one of the all-time great rock names, incidentally).

– Because if there’s anyone I want realizing¬†man’s first contact with a species not of Earth, it’s a man who once wrote “Happiness is the most insidious prison of all.” That wasn’t sarcasm, by the way – I’m deadly serious.

– In case anyone felt like being horribly depressed today.

– So…does this mean that “Ramon” Flowers and “Rex” Richter hooked up? Because that is decidedly less hot than two girls getting together.

– This is the angriest homosexual I have ever seen. Maybe he’d be in a better mood if he lived here; I know I would.

– I never actually saw this remake, but I’m telling you this is absolute and complete horseshit. Velma hooking up with Shaggy behind Scooby’s back, and then trying to get between the two friends? Blasphemy! The fact that it even made it to ten episodes seriously bugs me.

– Huh; I had no idea Grand Theft Auto had one of those LEGO versions made. Oh, and speaking of which, THC-infused ice cream, California? Really? I swear, the siren song of the Golden Coast gets stronger every day…

– You know how every guy has a couple of women on their “list” that they would absolutely smash, but don’t necessarily want anyone to know that about them? For me, one of those women is “model” Coco.

– This honestly makes me smile.

– “Hmmm..the room looks ‘OK’, I guess. You know what would really tie it all together? A giant sleeping bag/sofa/burrito/vagina.”

– Well, damn. I guess nobody parties like Russian kite surfers.

– Why Luigi is truly the bad-ass in the family.

– Holy shit. From the sounds of this report, Mexico is about to completely explode. Man, I don’t even have a joke for that; that is some serious shit.

-I hate, repeat hate slideshows, but for the 50 hottest Hawaiian women? I’ll gladly make an exception.

– Wait; Grant Morrison’s writing a Watchmen knockoff and a psychedelic Western indie? Um…hey, if anyone can make it work, it’s Morrison, right? Right?

– Few would have guessed he’d grow up to be Gandalf AND Magneto.

– SCIENCE BOMB! A slate of upcoming particle physics experiments, for the apocalypse-minded man who still keeps an eye on his schedule; the story of a star that said “fuck you” to the usual astronomic conventions; apparently what we consider the “laws” of physics are just regional statutes, at best; and last, it turns out we know fuck-all about gravity.

– Normally I’ve got nothing but sneers for NASCAR, but if it gets you a wife like Samantha Sarcinella, hell, I’ll gladly drive in a circle for five or six hours.

– As far as I’m concerned, OK Go are officially trying too hard:

– This is just cheesy and over-the-top enough that it’s perfect:

– New rule: from now on, all action movie previews must be done a capella:

I Love The Internet (pt. 17)

January 1, 2010 Leave a comment


– Welcome to 2010, everyone! Marissa Miller says hello too.
– This montage/collage/whatever of just about every major Greek myth would make a fantastic poster; no doubt about it.
– I’m honestly torn about whether or not I should actually care about President Obama hiring his first transsexual.
– I want you to take a good look at this man:
Likes to play the ponies
This is the face of a guy who is hooked on horse pussy. Yeah.
– The Tartarus of sand sculptures.
– For all you art fans out there, Boston authorities may have found a new Leonarda da Vinci painting; Dan Brown’s already on the scene.
– Taking over for Miss Miller, here’s Laura Leigh to help us keep the new year going on the right track.
– See, I love Lifehacker because there’s a ton of practical stuff on it. For example, this list of six easy-to-learn kitchen skills – it’s the type of thing that only takes five minutes to read, but comes in handy every day.
– I have absolutely no idea who Monika Kis is, but wow…wow.
– As the man who made concept designs for the original Star Wars movies, John Berkey is a god in certain geek circles, which makes this collection he did of potential cities of the future such a ridiculously sweet find.
– As someone with slightly more than a passing interest in technology, a list of the 9 coolest hacks of 2009 is something akin to a person watching “Faces of Death“, or something of that nature.
– How is there not a L4D Scooby-Doo mod? Seriously?
– If I can ask for one thing this year, can we as a society please cut down on the sex scandals? Yes, they’re amusing, but it doesn’t exactly inspire confidence in those who are supposed to be our “leaders.”
– To paraphrase an old saying, you won’t get where you want to go if you don’t know where you’ve been. With that in mind, here’s 66 Women Who Wowed in 2009 to help us take a look back, or just for the sake of variety, a 2009 Celebrity Bikini Recap; on the other side of the coin, the 10 Hottest Women To Watch in 2010 (Yes, it’s a slideshow; you’ll live).
– I know, I know, but one more list, I swear. Besides, are you honestly saying you don’t want to see what the 20 most anticipated movies of 2010 are?
– Over the last few years, I’ve become a fan of DJ Earworm’s annual “United States of Pop” mash-up, where he takes the top 25 pop hits of the year and…well, mashes them together into a new song; you’d be surprised what you find out about yearly trends from listening to it. In 2009’s “Blame It On The Pop” (download here)? Seems like a whole lot of denial going on…