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|I ain't no skank!|
My parents hipped me to it and my wife and I are burning through the first season on Netflix as soon as the baby gets asleep enough each night. I hope AMC does some kind of marathon or whatever over the summer so's we can be caught up in time for Season 3 (we weren't able to do that with Mad Men as Season 2 hasn't come out on dvd yet)...
|I Fought the Law|
a) this is one of the best covers, period.
b) it came out in the seventies, so what's the deal with the "eighties" tag?
|The Sinful Dwarf|
I used to have a copy of this on "commercial" (read: Something Weird) VHS. My wife and I watched it several years ago, and when it ended, she said "okay, so THAT is the line that I won't cross when watching trashy movies. There was no...joy?...to it."
Needless to say, we haven't watched any Ilsa movies together.
|1978 Spiderman Underoos|
I had the hell out of these (Spidey, Hulk, Iron Man, Aquaman, Superman) when I was about 5.
My wife (who had the Wonder Woman ones) has pointed out that contemporary comic-store shirt selections are very obviously made by or for people who grew up on Underoos.
A hundred bulbs for anything related to the Fleshtones.
|Black Eyed Peas - Where's the Love?|
The only thing that needs more Fergie is the bottom of the Mariana Trench.
|School Of Russian Black Metal|
The teacher gave them a C-, as she didn't really consider this to be an adequate presentation on chapters 3-5 of "A Tale of Two Cities."
There most certainly is a "girl group" tag, and it's stocked with some great stuff.
This clip should have that tag, too, so 73q is guaranteed its crown as the best place for black-metal and girl-group videos.
|Odilon Redon or The Eye Like a Strange Balloon Mounts Toward Infinity|
^^ what he said
|A rare retraction on the Daily Show|
Here's one: the illegal invasion of a sovereign nation unrelated to the 9/11 attacks as obfuscation of the failures to catch the people who were actually involved in the attacks on American soil.
|The World is Just Awesome|
I imagine that the History Channel one would go something like
"I love Hitler...I love Latino gangs...I love George Patton, Nostradamus and the Chinese Tang"
|12 inch Boba Fett Commercial|
Yeah, you're right, he was in the holiday special. But when the movie came out, the special was a year and a half old and mostly forgotten by the kids I knew (I was 6 when Empire came out).
|Accordion Black Sabbath cover duo|
My ex-girlfriend and I used to talk about figuring out how to play "Black Sabbath" on accordion and bass guitar (or theramin, when I was obsessed with the theramin). She'd worked out the riff that comes right before the line "Could this be the end, my friend" on a 120-bass accordion and it sounded much, much better than these two doing a half-assed "Sweet Leaf."
Instead, I learned to rap. Worked out better, really.
|12 inch Boba Fett Commercial|
...as did the smaller figure, which was a mail-order exclusive labelled with nothing other than his name and "Bounty Hunter." When Empire came out, the kids who scoured the film looking for the new character they already had as a figure eventually saw him in a cameo saying nothing more than a three-word line.
And then he showed up in Bespin, and ended up flying off into the sunset carrying the frozen body of Han Solo.
Right there, the seeds were sown for the eventual fanboy worship of Boba Fett (and thus, the eventual sucking-up that Lucas did by having Fett be a MUCH more important character to the prequels than he would have been in, you know, a well-written storyline).
|GOB on Sesame Street|
...or delicious candy!
|Gathering Gay Storm|
"Congress shall make no law respecting an establishment of religion, or prohibiting the free exercise thereof; or abridging the freedom of speech, or of the press; or the right of the people peaceably to assemble, and to petition the Government for a redress of grievances."
"No state shall make or enforce any law which shall abridge the privileges or immunities of citizens of the United States; nor shall any State deprive any person of life, liberty, or property, without due process of law; nor deny to any person within its jurisdiction the equal protection of the laws."
|Chris Kelley R.I.P. Tribute|
It always stuns me how pansy-assed the Juggaloes' music is.
|Failed Wonder Woman TV Pilot|
I think they were trying to show you that she sees herself as more beautiful than she is.
Two problems: a) the woman acting as the reflection wasn't mirroring Wonder Woman's movements (they both moved their left arm at the same time, etc), so it looked even cornier and b) the woman in the mirror wasn't so much more stunningly beautiful that you got the "Julie Kavner thinks she looks like Linda Carter" gag that they were trying to go for.
One single point in this trainwreck's favor: a live-action Wonder Woman whose butt isn't as flat as a pane of glass.
|Wrestlicious Comedy Sketches|
I find it surreal that anyone would be actively excited to be working with Brian Knobbs.
|Glenn Beck at the Alamo Tea Party|
Hey, guys! Let's protest the election of a black President at the site of a massacre of Texans who were trying to secede from Mexico because Mexico was about to prohibit slavery!!!