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Kill the Ground Zero Mosque TV Ad
07/16/10, 20:34

In white hoods.
A clip from The Last Airbender (2010)
07/16/10, 20:33

The movie's one redeeming quality is that if got me to watch the TV show. I started two weeks ago, and plan on seeing the finale tonight. More than once it struck me that the writing was up to par with some of the best TV shows I can think of, especially the way they carefully plotted three seasons of epic fantasy to focus on character development. If you haven't seen it yet, watch it streamed from Netflix, as they give away free monthly subscriptions all over the place.
A clip from The Last Airbender (2010)
07/16/10, 16:41

I swear, I thought this was a theater group's home production of Avatar until the special effects started. At which point it was upgraded to "unlicensed South American DVD release" quality.

I can't think of a single aspect of cinema that this short scene doesn't completely mangle.
Kill the Ground Zero Mosque TV Ad
07/16/10, 15:44

Why would Muslims even think this is a good idea in the first place?

Muslim1: "Hey terrorists murdered thousands of innocents to turn our faith toward radicalism and spark holy war. What's the best way to stop them?"
Muslim2: "Ive got three words for you: Ground. Zero. Mosque. What better way to show that modern Islam is part of American values, and not an incompatible violent screed like Bin Ladin suggests."
Muslim1: "But what about the racist dickheads who'll ignore the peaceful anti-jihadist goals of the group, and simply lump all Muslims together as if there were no such thing as white Christian terrorists?
Muslim2: "Fuck 'em. All it'll do is put the violent fundamental bigots who promote radicalism and holy war on one side against those of us who fighting for peace and tolerance."
The Expendables: Fan Trailer
07/14/10, 15:40

And yet, the trailer is now unavailable on YouTube due to a copyright claim by the "Motion Picture Association".

I'm sure its just a matter of time before more copies are posted, so that people can do the marketing departments jobs for them, despite their best efforts to alienate fans.
Mel Gibson and Christian Bale have a civil discussion
07/13/10, 21:43

Maybe this is all an elaborate plot by Warner Brothers to make Christian Bale look better before the next Batman movie is released.
Simon Tam, M.D.
07/13/10, 19:06

Sean Maher never quite fit in Firefly. He's the only character who could have died without me blinking an eyelid.

If you'll excuse me, my three fans are clamoring for updates to my epic 13 part alterverse Shepard Book fanfic "Without A Prayer", where Book survives, and crosses universes into Speaker for the Dead and Cowboy Bebop.
Megwin - Fireworks of Japan that does at home
07/12/10, 16:31

Dammit, this needs a warning tag. Like my coworkers already didn't think I was strange enough.
I Will Survive: Dancing Auschwitz
07/11/10, 14:23

Its either the most or least appropriate thing ever.
The Homeschool Channel.
07/10/10, 14:41

Makes sense, since they seem to be proposing, not Education including Christianity, or Christian-based Education, but rather teaching religion as opposed to an education.
The Homeschool Channel.
07/10/10, 14:32

I turned it on, and I immediately I heard the pastor warn parents: "We worship the God of Education, not the God of the Bible."

It took less than 20 seconds to hear education condemned on a homeschooling channel. Good lord.
EZ Cracker Infomercial.
07/10/10, 11:00

The only actual use this thing could have, is quickly peeling hardboiled eggs. However, every time they "demonstrate" that use, they do a quick cut from the crack, to the finished product. Its the only time in the ad they do so. In other words out of its two uses, one is pointless and the other doesn't work.
Richard Dawkins on the Oreilly Factor
07/10/10, 10:13

Funny, I looked at all the posts above, and the only direct word of praise was "Also, go Dawkins". Which doesn't sound much like religious worship to me.

It's almost like you presumed anyone saying something positive about Dawkins was an atheist and as such spouted your talking point, but didn't bother paying attention to what was actually said. Which sounds downright... indoctrinated
Glen Beck can't spell
07/09/10, 22:44

Stars for Pirate King Mongo
Mama Grizzlies
07/09/10, 22:11

"This, fundamental transformation of America, a lot of women who are concerned about their kids future's saying, "we don't like this fundamental transfiguration." Up in Alaska, they remind me of the grizzly bears, that rise of on their hind legs, when somebody's comin' to, attack their cubs to do something... adverse toward their cubs. Pitbulls!... Watch out Washington, cause there's a whole herd of pink elephants."

THIS IS SCRIPTED. THIS IS NOT HER USUAL IMPROVISED WORD SPAGHETTI. AND THIS IS STILL THE BEST THEY COULD DO.
Augmented Reality
07/09/10, 14:30

1. Take any popular modern piece of technology.
2. Imagine what people from 20 years ago would have said of its possibilities and applications.
3. Now compare that to its actual present use.

I think its an appropriate level of cynicism.
Augmented Reality
07/09/10, 12:54

When he turns them on and off, there's a display showing an advertising income rate.

This makes perfect sense to me. Early augmented reality devices are likely to be subsidized by advertisers. The person here could be making some money, or helping pay off his device, by leaving it on full when possible, and turning it off when its inconvenient. There are already mobile phone apps that act similarly. Advertising free Frank Lloyd Wright devices would exist, but be far more expensive.

creepy uncle sam with an annoying voice sings a song
07/09/10, 12:49

True story: When I started grade-school in America, my parents told the admissions counselor I was multilingual. The counselor sympathized, and offered to put me in remedial classes.
11 year old girl plays YYZ on electric organ
07/09/10, 10:58

Leave a copy of Nebraska's "Child Abandonment" law on the table.
The typewriter suite
07/09/10, 10:57

Ah, I see. The "Weird Al Shreds" video was a post-modern critique of this classical movement.

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