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Paris For President
05/22/14, 13:46

I'd vote for Boxxy, but only if she ran as a Pirate Party candidate.

Actually, I would vote for any Pirate Party candidate that got on a serious ballot, but Boxxy especially.
Rapid T. Rabbit with Telly Monster of Sesame Street
05/22/14, 13:42

"and I'm sure they can't just take a Muppet out of the studio and do whatever they want with it in their off-hours."


ohhhhhh goooooooood...
You Want To See a Picture of My Boy?
05/22/14, 13:41

The first season after they came back was a bit rocky. While I appreciated that the writers had turned Amy Wong into an endless parade of fan service, it was, on the whole, a bit too edgy and dumb. I stuck it out, more from obligation than anything. Zest's impression is correct.

However, the show really picked up again after only a season/ season and a half. The final season was nearly on par with the best Futurama had ever been, and, given more time, I have no doubt Futurama could be king again. *At the very least* it deserves the standard fifteen + season run enjoyed by shows like The Simpsons, Family Guy, and South Park, as even at it's worst, Futurama was still better than Family Guy.
The Monty Hall Problem
05/22/14, 12:53

Well, my strategy would be to have a guy on the inside who could relay to me information about which door to pick. Possibly Monty himself; I'd tell him before the show that I'd sell the car and split the profits 50/50 with him, so long as he told me via secret hand gestures which door to pick.

I would then reneg on my deal, because what's he going to do? Complain to the producers and tell them he helped me cheat?
The Monty Hall Problem
05/22/14, 12:47

Well, maybe if someone is absolutely clueless about probability and is really, REALLY struggling to make sense of the problem, but I think you'd have to try pretty darn hard to overthink her statement enough to make that sort of mistake!

Anyway, your breakdown of the choices is very good. Maybe you should start making your own math how-to videos?
The Monty Hall Problem
05/22/14, 12:34

And she is right, there is no use trying to outsmart her (sadly!). The probability is 2/3s on a switch, and her later example (the one with the 100 door problem) is a much clearer illustration of this principle at work.
The Monty Hall Problem
05/22/14, 12:30

"...the door that Monty opened would always have behind it a Zonk"

She says right there that it's always a goat (or zonk, to remain show-accurate).
The Monty Hall Problem
05/22/14, 11:00

She does specify that Monty always reveals a goat, at 1:06. It's a bit quick and you might miss it, but it is pointed out.
Toddlers and Tiaras-Toddlers and strippers?!
05/22/14, 06:55

Look, all I'm saying is, blanket condemnation of child labour is short-sighted and unwise. There is nothing inherently "evil" about working, so long as the conditions are safe and the pay is equitable, and even when there is a rational, dispassionate case to be made against certain instances of child labour (and I agree, many child labour situations fall into this category!), any attempts to combat it must be accompanied by a serious, sustainable plan for the future. This is not really a controversial position, and it is one shared by many in UNICEF. Unless food, shelter, and schools are in place, focusing on child labour is bound to be detrimental to the child's well-being, and even schools are nothing but a stop-gap measure, which will eventually lead to nothing unless the economic infrastructure exists to provide them with jobs after they graduate.

Or maybe they could just grow up to be adult strippers, instead?
Godiego - Monkey Magic
05/22/14, 05:14

Rules are too non-enforced for 73Q! We are an anarcho-syndacalist commune, NO GODS NO KINGS etc
You Want To See a Picture of My Boy?
05/22/14, 04:43

Why they cancelled this (again) and not the Simpsons will forever remain a mystery to me.
Toddlers and Tiaras-Toddlers and strippers?!
05/21/14, 20:18

As an interesting aside, the looming threat of sex work has long been one of the strongest arguments in favour of a progressive reimaging of attitudes towards child labour; in places like Bangladesh, studies have found that many children who are forced out of work environments, turn not to school (which is often not an option), but to prostitution.

Children who work usually work because they *have* to. The basic anti-labour strategies, of boycotts and imposing blanket bans on Third World child workforces, simply do not and cannot account for this reality; having lost their job, and having no other source of income or support, both the children and indeed often their families, are forced to choose between starvation, and finding illegal, potentially dangerous work - like stripping and prostitution.

In a sense, then, well-meaning Westerners who blindly crusade against child labour, without treating the issue with the nuance it deserves, are actually in favor of child strippers.
Toddlers and Tiaras-Toddlers and strippers?!
05/21/14, 19:59

It's not labour if she's not being paid.
ZooKeeper movie - wolf pee scene
05/21/14, 14:31

Have you seen this movie? How much screentime does Bas Rutten get? The impression I get from IMDB is that Bas is barely in this.
When WIll The Bass Drop?
05/21/14, 13:42

I don't get it.
Casey Kasem's 'American Top 40' Intro + Theme Song
05/21/14, 12:09

Another thing that's always baffled me about Bowie is why Veruca Salt, one of the best bands of the 90s, were fans of the guy. I guess it's probably just female hormones or something; I love Nina Hagen, but I find it hard to justify my appreciation of her music beyond "I want to bone her".
Casey Kasem's 'American Top 40' Intro + Theme Song
05/21/14, 11:59

I've never claimed to "hate" Elton John, I just don't think he's very good... because he isn't. He's better than Bowie, both as a songwriter and as a singer, and he can play piano fairly well, although granted he's no Jared Sloan. Bowie has perhaps a slight edge in terms of stage presence and fashion sense, but it's really not significant; they both look pretty tragic, and at any rate image is, for me, the least important ingredient in the package.

I recognize his songs, but then, I also recognize Bieber and Limp Bizkit, so that's not really saying much. All recognition means is that the media has drilled his music into your memory through raw rote repetition.
Casey Kasem's 'American Top 40' Intro + Theme Song
05/21/14, 10:54

Ugh, fucking Elton John. The 70s equivalent of Dragon Force, right there. All flash, no substance! He was a much better technical musician than Bowie, I'll give him that, but all that means is he was Gaga minus her solid songwriting skills.

And I couldn't even finish that Bowie song you posted, Mr Wildcat. The intro was neat, and I appreciated the psychedelic influences, but the moment Bowie got on stage and opened his mouth, he totally killed it. It's like watching an orchestra play the opening bars to Tchaikovsky's Piano Concerto, and then the pianist rips a giant fart. Bowie ruins Bowie.
Casey Kasem's 'American Top 40' Intro + Theme Song
05/21/14, 10:40

He's just massively overrated. Everything I've heard of his has either left me with a feeling of profound indifference, or I've hated it (Fashion, I'm looking at you!) It's like he's stuck in this uncanny valley between fun, sugary pop and legitimate rock; a valley of garish technicolor, ruled over by Andy Warhol and stinking of cheap vinyl.

Bowie was a good showman I guess, but his lyrics were dumb and, unlike Fleetwood Mac, he could never write a truly memorable hook or a really compelling chord progression; it was more about the ambiance, the attitude, the lifestyle he was selling. In his defense, Bowie was hardly the only overrated musician of that era, and one could argue that he was both less obnoxious and more interesting than many of his equally overrated peers (Springsteen, I'm looking at you!) but I find it difficult to muster anything more than hostile indifference towards the Bowster.

And some punk bands took it seriously and tried to live the lifestyle; that's alright, I respect that! I love punk, as I've said before, and even horseshit like the Sex Pistols has it's own enduring charm. I've got endless love for people like, say, Sasquatch from Sasquatch and the Sickabillies, this dirt-poor, relentlessly touring psychobilly punk who kicks all kinds of ass but never plays anything bigger than dive bars and the occasional vintage hotrod festival. (seriously, Sasquatch is an entertainment god amongst men, and it's downright criminal how little exposure he gets) But taking a giant put-on seriously does not make it any less a put-on, historically speaking. I am sure there are a great many earnestly devoted screamo bands who've really bought into the hype and hit the ground running with their chosen scene, and there's gotta be at least a few gutterpunks who honestly believe in their own hype.
ZooKeeper movie - wolf pee scene
05/21/14, 09:38

"Yet more pee / watersports form our awesome movies :P"

This movie may have been largely forgotten, but at least it will forever live on in the hearts and minds of furry pee fetishists.

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