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I Drink Alone - George Thorogood
12/23/09, 16:54

I can.
Sauron didn't have a birth certificate either
12/23/09, 15:47

me not understand
A Portrait Of Tracy
12/23/09, 14:55

yup
A Portrait Of Tracy
12/23/09, 14:52

Chops.

Chops are kind of lame.
Sauron didn't have a birth certificate either
12/23/09, 14:40

more GOP/dork action:
Congratulations to Captain Picard! [Mike Potemra]

Palace sources say Patrick Stewart is about to be knighted by Queen Elizabeth II. It turns out he is an avid supporter of Britain’s Labour party; his support must be especially welcome in this, one of Labour’s darker hours. Coincidentally, I have over the past couple of months been watching DVDs of Star Trek: The Next Generation, a show I missed completely in its run of 1987 to 1994; and I confess myself amazed that so many conservatives are fond of it. Its messages are unabashedly liberal ones of the early post-Cold War era – peace, tolerance, due process, progress (as opposed to skepticism about human perfectibility). I asked an NR colleague about it, and he speculated that the show’s appeal for conservatives lay largely in the toughness of the main character: Jean-Luc Picard was a moral hardass where the Captain Kirk of the earlier show was more of an easygoing, cheerful swashbuckler. I think there’s something to that: Patrick Stewart did indeed create, in that character, a believable and compelling portrait of ethical uprightness.

(National Review Online)
Rutger Hauer Guinness commercial
12/23/09, 13:18

Guinness light would be Harp lager, I suppose. Guinness stout in cans is PERFECT. (It's not the same in bottles.)
Lazy Afghanistan Army
12/23/09, 13:15

My sides hurt from laughing.
Rutger Hauer Guinness commercial
12/22/09, 14:17

This ad has inspired me to go out and buy some Guinness.
Squeel 10 Tongue Simulator
12/19/09, 18:13

Looks difficult to clean.
Another begging cat
12/19/09, 11:47

Just shake the bag and pretend to add new food.
The Known Universe
12/19/09, 08:28

Music by some guys in space.
Zero Punctuation: Demon's Souls
12/17/09, 15:54

haha yeah you breezed right though it. You stupid fucking cocksucker.
No Reservations - Harvey Pekar
12/17/09, 15:51

When you're dead it robs life of many pleasures.

Two brilliant guys. Pekar's work is serious though.
Still life with kitten
12/17/09, 11:30

removed for terms of use violation: the too cute statute of 2007
Zero Punctuation: Demon's Souls
12/17/09, 11:24

The game could and should have been a lot better. Fuck respawns and no saves. Also: it's next to impossible to play while drunk. (Dragon Age, which is basically the exact opposite game, is really easy but fun.)
Dog Survives After Being Snatched by Owl
12/17/09, 10:11

Pomeranians are rodents. Worse than rodents.
She's Tight
12/15/09, 17:39

One On One is a really good album.
Can You Imagine
12/15/09, 16:56

Was that sarcasm? It's hard to tell now that we're living in the future.

(It was better when people played musical instruments...I know this is heresy and lots of great music has been made without recourse to instruments.)
He's a Whore
12/15/09, 16:52

Steely Dan but Cheap Trick is close.
Sheamus Beats John Cena for WWE Title
12/15/09, 14:15

So that guy is basically Fit Finlay?

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