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Do Big Cats Like Water?
07/17/14, 14:37

I just discovered the Big Cat Rescue channel last week, BCR is a sanctuary in Floirida, and they absolutely know how to make the most of the situation on youtube. My favorite video so far is just leopards and ocelots tearing up rolls of toilet paper exactly the way my cats like to do it.
'Weird Al' Yankovic - Foil
07/17/14, 11:30

The amazing thing about Weird Al is that he was Weird Al in 1980, when I first heard "Another One Rides the Bus". He was 20 back then, and he had already figured out who has was going to be for the next 35 years. I'm still trying to figure out what i want to be when I grow up.

He's the first celebrity that I ever followed on Twitter. I remember how amazing it was to get his reaction to the death of Michael Jackson in real time. (Twitter is the best place on the internet for experiencing tragedy as it happens. I remember a man posting the news of his son's death in Afghanistan. It was the 4th of July. His name was Aaron.)

Mostly, from following him on Twitter, I get the sense that Weird Al is a great Dad. Can you imagine having Weird Al as a Dad? How wonderfully embarrassing!
'Weird Al' Yankovic - Foil
07/17/14, 05:35

Yeah. I just checked it out. There's nothing wrong with it, to quote Ian Dury.
'Weird Al' Yankovic - Foil
07/17/14, 05:25

A My little Pony Fan explains hipness to a Boxxy fan. Truly, this IS the portal of evil!

These days, my media is 100 percent internet, no radio, no TV. Certain things take their time getting to me.
'Weird Al' Yankovic - Foil
07/17/14, 03:03

>>oh grandpa

Wait a minute! Doesn't my ignorance of the shitty pop song imply hipster cred?

Fuck you, kid. Get off my lawn.
'Weird Al' Yankovic - Foil
07/16/14, 14:26

Am I the only one who has no idea what the original song is?
Chomsky dispels 9/11 conspiracies with sheer logic
07/16/14, 11:12

"Sheer Logic" is not how i would describe Chomsky's linguistic theories.

It's kind of impressive that I spent two whole semesters in 1987-88 wrestling with Chomsky's Transformational Grammar theory, and never knew that he was associated with politics.

When I finally did grasp the concept, it was one of the most satisfying triumphs of my college years. And then, I promptly forgot all of it. In fact, if not for google, I wouldn''t even remember what it was called.
The Bible Says -Damn, Dead Link Now-
07/15/14, 18:42

I guess it's back up.

I honestly can't tell if this is a joke or not.
Kevin Smith on the set of the Millennium Falcon
07/15/14, 18:15

What I love most about Star Wars isn't the movies themselves. I love that it's become such a rich source of metaphor. The death star, the empire, the dark side... these images color our discourse. Without them, we'd all have to talk about baseball a lot more.
Kevin Smith on the set of the Millennium Falcon
07/15/14, 16:15

STAR WARS HUNHH! GOOD GOD!
WHAT IS IT GOOD FOR?
(Absolutely) NOTHIN!
Say it again!
Ohio Woman Wears Idiot Sign
07/15/14, 13:56

Doesn't the fact that she lives in ohio sort of make the sign redundant?
Kevin Smith on the set of the Millennium Falcon
07/15/14, 13:53

That's okay. Just let it out. We're all here for you. Would you like a tissue?
Kevin Smith on the set of the Millennium Falcon
07/15/14, 10:27

I'm going to go out on a limb here and express the radical, outsider opinion that the original Star Warsl trilogy 4-6 is a classic.

Joseph Campbell, born 1904, Age 83, 1987

83 year old man talks about the "mythos" of Star Wars, and it becomes a public television classic

http://youtu.be/2F7Wwew8X4Y

Catie Wayne born 1992, age 18, 2010

When Boxxy returned to youtube after being hacked, stalked, threatened, and pursued, she found her courage by assuming the persona of Princess Leia.

http://youtu.be/aTyCJQYrGt0

>>a true storyteller of the sci-fi or fantasy type would not bring the level down to children, but bring children up to the level

Well, sure. He said he didn't really like it. Again, I'm going to take the outsider position and suggest that maybe episodes 1-3 weren't quite up to the level of 4-6. Considering the success and influence of 4-6, saying that episodes 1-3 work okay for children isn't extravagant praise.

Me personally, I'm more of a Trekker.
Kevin Smith on the set of the Millennium Falcon
07/15/14, 09:40

I'm not a big fan of most of his films, but DOGMA was the shit.
Kevin Smith on the set of the Millennium Falcon
07/15/14, 03:04

Really? Childhood nostalgia is EVIL now? Fuuuck.

I'm having a hard time wrapping my head around the idea that his wife was all that mortified. They've been married for 15 years, they do a podcast together, he photographed her for Playboy. (I just got all this from Wikipedia, i'm not that big of a fan.) If they do a podcast together, the've probably developed some kind of shtick. Couldn't it have been part of the act?

I really love what Abrams did with Star Trek, which is a lot closer to my heart than Star Wars. Anybody else, I'd be expecting disaster.
Rob Zombie presents The Haunted World of Superbeasto (Complete)
07/14/14, 18:59

Seriously? Those characters were literally the worst people I'd ever seen in a movie. Even the Nazis in Schindler's List weren't so incredibly sadistic. Clearly, they thought their ending was romantic, and the movie gave us their point of view, but having just watched the movie, I felt a certain ironic detachment.

Back when "Free Bird " was just a song, it wasn't a bad song, but to a whole generation of dumbasses, it became a romantic tribute to immaturity. How many dudes were inspired by "Free Bird" to run out on their pregnant girlfriends?
Rob Zombie presents The Haunted World of Superbeasto (Complete)
07/14/14, 15:43

>>I'm going to have to watch this just to see about these "smart references to B movies," because references to B movies are almost always insufferable, especially for the last 15 years.

Not seeing the logic.

I like the robot from "The Phanton Creeps", Tura Satana, and where did I see that werewolf before?

Oh, I think I saw a pony.
Rob Zombie presents The Haunted World of Superbeasto (Complete)
07/14/14, 15:40

>>None of them deserved freebird, regardless of how played out that song is for me.

Freebird deserved THEM. Or rather, the sleazy, sentimental redneck/stoner bullshit myth of the song fully deserved that kind of a send-up, making it the swan song for inhuman monsters.
Rob Zombie presents The Haunted World of Superbeasto (Complete)
07/14/14, 11:38

I saw White Zombie in 1994, but I was already in my 30s, and I was one of the older people there to see one of the opening bands, The Ramones. I liked it, and even bought one of his solo albums.

I love the end of THE DEVIL'S REJECTS, although I found most of the movie hard to watch. Anyone who was alive during the late 70s knows what a horribly overplayed anthem Lynard Skynard's FREE BIRD was. It was incredibly popular to begin with, and then half the band died in a plane crash, and from that point forward there was no escaping it. The way FREE BIRD was used at the end of THE DEVIL'S REJECTS was one of the most beautifully ironic uses of music that I can rememeber. It was a glorious "fuck you" to everybody who used to drive you crazy with that fucking song.
Rob Zombie presents The Haunted World of Superbeasto (Complete)
07/14/14, 10:27

One thing I'll say, if you're a fan of Zombie's albums, you might be surprised by the music, which is a long way from Rock and Roll, but I don't think it's so bad you should avoid it, and if you like MLP, it think it's probably up to your standards (but I don't get MLP, so that's not a promise.)

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