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The Nutcracker 3d Trailer
11/25/10, 12:23

NOBODY likes the Nutcracker. Edward Gorey, who went to the ballet every day of every season for 50 years, didn't even like it. He just went to check up on his favorite ballerinas, noting that THEY didn't even like it.
Gala opening of 'Brigham Young' (1940)
11/25/10, 12:20

One starring my own video, as somebody somewhere decided to remove it from the Internet.

It was worth it, though. Sorry everybody.
How to play: Rock, Paper, Scissors, Lizard, Spock
11/25/10, 04:14

No Bomb?

Gay, and not in the fun way I like after dark.
The Nutcracker 3d Trailer
11/24/10, 21:25

You know a character actor's career is in the terminal stage when they're willing to play the uncle in a production of "The Nutcracker".
North Korea Animation about repelling American invasion
11/24/10, 18:43

That's South Korea. North Koreans have literally no industry whatsoever.
TurBaconEpic
11/24/10, 18:39

I must be the only Gentile on the internet that just doesn't care for bacon.
Phil Rosenthal testifies before Congress about product integration
11/24/10, 06:26

Neil Gaiman once mentioned on Twitter that somebody approached him for product placement in his novels, and he had a mild freak out about himself over it.
How To Beat Your Wife
11/24/10, 06:13

Let's be fair, Christ and his ministry were more or less an outgrowth of a poor culture that had seen better days and was basically being forced to learn to adapt to the globalizing activities of the the Roman Empire, had he actually been a military Messiah, his cult would have been fairly swiftly smashed and it would have been remembered as a political movement, if remembered at all. The best thing Christianity had, as opposed to other nascent religions of the time, was that it appealed to the poor (due to a removal of the need for sacrifices, which were costly), it had promises of a better life following this one (which is attractive to a poor Roman provincial) and it was largely inoffensive to the Roman populace at large, with the exception of the Imperial cultus. It was in a good niche for expansion.

Islam, similarly, had a good niche. It united the warring tribes of a Neolithic society that had only recently started to interact with the Iron Age outside of it's horizons, it introduced a fairly advanced concept of economy, and it made it possible to live in a frankly inhospitable part of the planet with at least the insurance that even if water was tight, you were still within pilgrimage distance of a place with water, where you knew you wouldn't be abused.

Christianity is well suited to the European environment and Islam is well suited to the Middle Eastern environment. If Christians had introduced rules about wife beating, it would be something we pretend to agree with but ignore anyway, like our cultural opinion on pro-life matters.
How To Beat Your Wife
11/24/10, 05:56

An entire religion based on the ability to grow a beard, which totally screws the Irish whiteys like me who can grow the Three Musketeers goatee and literally nothing else.
The Room - 'You Think About Everything'
11/24/10, 05:47

The Room is the story of a love triangle between Johnny (Wiseau), his "future wife" Lisa (Danielle), and his best friend Mark (Sestero).

At the beginning of the film, Lisa has become inexplicably dissatisfied with Johnny, confiding to her best friend Michelle (Paris) and her mother Claudette (Minnott) that she finds him boring. Lisa seduces Mark, and they begin an affair that continues throughout the film, even as Mark more than once tries to break it off.

Lisa stays with Johnny because he is a successful banker who has promised to buy her a house. As the wedding date approaches and Johnny's clout at his bank slips, Lisa gets closer to leaving Johnny for Mark, though he appears to be surprised every time she begins flirting with him.

The film has several subplots involving secondary characters. Denny (Haldiman), a neighboring college student whom Johnny supports and loves like a son, has a mysterious run-in with a drug dealer and struggles with his attraction to Lisa. Claudette, Lisa's mother, deals with real estate problems, failed relationships, and breast cancer. Michelle's boyfriend Mike (Mike Holmes) is shamed by Lisa and Claudette walking in on him with Michelle in Johnny and Lisa's living room. All of these subplots are introduced and quickly forgotten, particularly Claudette's breast cancer, which is only mentioned once.

When Lisa throws Johnny a surprise birthday party, she flaunts her affair in front of Johnny, and Johnny and Mark get into two altercations. Johnny has also attached a tape recorder to the telephone, recording an intimate call between his future wife and Mark. Claiming that he doesn't have a friend in the world, Johnny locks himself in his bathroom until everyone has left. When he comes out, he destroys his apartment, finds a handgun and shoots himself through the mouth.

Lisa and Mark discover Johnny's corpse soon afterward, and Denny is not far behind. Mark blames Johnny's death on Lisa, calling her a tramp and saying that she'll never have him, and that he doesn't love her. Denny blames Johnny's death on Lisa and Mark, urging them to leave him alone with the corpse so he can say farewell, but as the film closes, Lisa and Mark remain with Denny as police sirens grow louder.[8]
Altoids Tin Martini Kit
11/23/10, 16:31

The worst kind of martini is the kind that isn't just a shot of chilled gin.
Shameless Product Placement in 'Days of Our Lives' Week - Wanchai Frozen Chinese Food
11/23/10, 16:10

It's pretty bad, actually. They always get new exercise equipment and lo-cal food replacements which are blatantly advertised, they work out at the 24 Hour Fitness Supercenter, and I forget which brand of shoes they get, but it's not Nike.
Dutch candy commercial, early '90s
11/23/10, 02:25

The Dutch are a deeply weird people. They have little shelves in their toilets so they can inspect their stool before flushing.
Shameless Product Placement in 'Days of Our Lives' Week - Chex Mix!
11/23/10, 02:20

Do they actually write scripts for this? HOw do I get involved with that?
Kid's room is awesome
11/23/10, 01:47

Psh, I've got Richard Pryor to amuse me.
Guess who'se quitting the internet!
11/22/10, 22:55

When you sell something on eBay, somebody somewhere has to be willing to buy it. This would mean there's somebody far worse than Chris-Chan WITH the funds necessary to buy things on eBay, and the circle begins anew.
Winter Rose sings 'As Long As He Needs Me'
11/22/10, 05:43

OMGOMGOMGOMGOMGOMGOMGOMGOMGOMGOMG

I wouldn't call this feeling I have "happiness", but it's whatever the hell mutant emotion wells up when a POE-Red Exhibit turns out to still be alive, after a fashion.
Poker Night at the Inventory Trailer
11/21/10, 04:34

Let's not forget freakishly high pitched and Muppety.
That Mitchell and Webb Sound Welcome to Hufflepuff
11/20/10, 16:40

I am Hufflepuff.
Kingpin - Ernie McCracken
11/20/10, 05:20

When all is said and done, and Bill Murray is laid in his grave, cinematic history will look back at him and say "There goes this town's greatest asshole."

And the tears will FLOOD THE STREETS.

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