Tuesday, May 30, 2006

Stuff You Didn't Study in Art Class, Part One

Imagine my delight, surfing the Internet, and this - THIS! - comes up in a random Google image search. I love that somebody did this. My faith is humanity is temporarily restored.

Monday, May 29, 2006

The movie of the summer. Hands down.

What the fuck does "hands down" mean, anyway?

(Real blogging will recommence shortly).

Friday, May 19, 2006

Not that I watch it or anything


They listened.

("O.C." spoilers within. Don't click if you haven't seen last night's episode).

Wednesday, May 10, 2006


And it's official. Baseball has lost its fucking mind.

Can you imagine Ty Cobb putting up with this? Hell, I can't imagine Billy Bean putting up with it. I don't care if its for a good cause or not; it's just another entry into the pussification of sports that began with the introduction of football facemasks, and continued with things like the designated hitter, ballparks that look like Six Flags, refs overprotecting the quarterback, and Alex Rodriguez.

Tyler Durden had it right.

Monday, May 01, 2006

Laugh attack

Not since National Lampoon's Animal House has a comedy so perfectly captured an era in American history - ribald, coarse, and nostalgically sweet all at the same time. As far as uproarious laugh riots go, this new film establishes lofty heights which haven't been witnessed since the early days of Monty Python, or perhaps even as far back as Charlie Chaplin.

Yes, if you really need your funny bone tickled, United 93 is the movie for ...

... OK, I won't keep that up.

(The film really is a triumph).