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|Final Shots From NASA's GRAIL Mission|
I'm pretty sure this is the exact same camera pan from the "HBO in Space" bumper clip.
|RUN HIDE FIGHT|
Shotgun. A brilliant weapon to have if you plan on killing people in batches of eight from a distance no greater than fifteen feet.
|jerk-it jenni's Hentai Review 'Good Wife'|
1:57 - Panties? PANTIE- no panties.
I would be willing to forgive her saying "j/k" out loud if there were panties.
|Does the Bible contain errors? |
Ah, the straw man, Christ's greatest disciple.
No non-christian I know has ever accused the Bible of being inaccurate because of bats. It's inaccurate because of things like Judas' multiple deaths.
But if you already believe in a god who sends bears to kill children then magically writing off every challenge to your faith as a translation error doesn't much effort.
|Bill Burr verbally abuses Philadelphia for 12 minutes.|
I hope your mother has herpes in the center of her asshole and you go home tonight, you lick it, you get it on your tongue, and some other horrific shit happens that involves cancer.
It's nice to see the Special Olympics has a comedy event.
I'll never get tired of tugging and lugging my hose.
|Shape Up With Jazzercise in two minutes|
There aren't many exercise videos I can't fap to.
|Qualcomm's surreal 2013 CES keynote|
Microsoft isn't doing the keynote this year, so we're going to do Microsoft's keynote for them. Let's bring out Ballmer!
|Tony Bennett sings 'Slimey To the Moon' on Sesame Street|
More entertaining than his duet with KD Lang.
|Sweeter Peter Palpin (aka Peter Barbarian) today|
John Lennon sunglasses and a black turtleneck and he'd be a star.
|Deleted Barbarian Brothers scene from Natural Born Killers|
Was this before Robert Downey Jr. went to acting school?
|Crows are just like people|
So I says to this bitch, look, I don't care how bad it was, I ain't bringing your soul back to put no wrong things wri .... oof ... to put no ... to put ... ooh, excuse me, I - BLAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAARG. Man, sorry about that. Got a paper towel? Anyway, where was I? Oh yeah, putting wrong things right.
|Freddy Kreuger on DC Follies|
Thank God for Chris Guest or this and "Fernwood Tonight" would've been Fred Willard's legacy.
|Tripping the Rift episode|
I worked at Gamestop when this came out. I had a coworker who thought "Darth Bobo" was the most hilarious thing he'd ever heard. He liked to say "Darth Bobo" a lot. He never actually saw an episode, he only read it on the DVD package that Gamestop sold in their short-lived "anime" section.
|Michael Angelo Batio|
Unless I'm mistaken, "Dimebag" came after he had his column. He was still Diamond then, they weren't long out of their arena-rock roots. I could be wrong about that.
|Michael Angelo Batio|
I picked up the guitar in '88 because of all the hair band douchenozzles I listened to at the time. I quickly learned that being a great guitar player isn't about how fast your fingers are - hammer-ons and pull-offs mean you're sweep-picking every third note; throw in tapping and you sound like a machine gun - no, the hard part is remembering your progressions, and there's like 9 million variations on guitar. The really great guitarists are the guys who have a vast repertoire of progressions and know how to improvise using them rather than just play the same ones over and over, or play random ones like this guy.
Buckethead had a column in Guitar Player where he would teach different progressions that could be strung together in any order to create a kick-ass solo. He was basically making fun of guys like Diamond Darrell whose columns were all about how magical guitar playing is.
|Paul F. Tompkins performs 'Skyfall.'|
The opening 15 minutes of every episode of the Pod F. Tompkast is always better than any podcast that came before it.
The rest of each episode is pure shit.
|Silverhawks - Mon*Star's transformation|
I've always wondered if he was just yelling the name of his hawk, or if he chose to use the name of his hawk as his battlecry, or if that was just something he liked yelling so he also named his hawk that.
|Massive Gas Plant Explosion in Mexico |
4 of these stars are for the guy in the bottom right corner.
|Korean Kittens sing Can't Buy Me Love on BBC's Tonight, 1964|
Somewhere in that broadcast audience, a guy named Jeff had an idea.