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Secretariat's run in the 1973 Belmont
09/25/07, 21:42

My mother is an all-out mark for Secretariat.
Ahmadinejad at Columbia University
09/25/07, 20:43

Something this relevant and debate-provoking deserves an average of nothing less than five stars.
Robolar PSA (Boston, late 70s/early 80s)
09/25/07, 08:33

I've been looking for this for years, but thought the character was called "Robolon" and couldn't find anything with that name.
Star Wars I - The Phantom Menace (Jedi/Sith Duel)
09/24/07, 21:19

UGH -- the last thing I wanted to see in the series of prequels was a CGI YODA WITH RADDITUDE, KICKING ASS ALL KUNG-FU AND SHIT. Wasn't this the character who later said "wars do not make a man great"?
School Bus Demolition Derby
09/24/07, 21:10

I've been to one of these (in Waterford, CT), and it was sort of unbelievable how rank the air got with the smells of fear, gasoline and testosterone. And the buses got absolutely destroyed -- most of them looked like they'd been picked up and crushed in a giant's fist.

There was also a Motorcycle Demolition Derby that night, but it was like a pro-wrestling scaffold match; everyone was so aware of the immediate danger that they moved far too timidly for anything exciting to happen.
School Bus Demolition Derby
09/24/07, 20:36

If it's any (dis)comfort, think of the fact that those blows to the back of the truck would likely mangle some kids.
Colonel DeBeers, the Rasslin' Racist.
09/24/07, 12:12

Now THAT is some heel heat!!
Jerry Lawler is Mexico's Favorite Wrestler.
09/24/07, 12:05

I was absolutely SHOCKED when Demente Negro turned out to be Austin Idol...
'Family Feud': WCW vs GLOW
09/24/07, 11:36

It would be a generous application of "benefit of the doubt" to say that Jackie Stallone was in character.
Deadwood - buttload o' swears
09/24/07, 09:36

The thing is, the swearing on this show is massively anachronistic. But I guess a show where people used "hell" and "damned" as final-straw swears would come off like The Adventures of Yosemite Sam" to a modern audience.
Yo Gabba Gabba! - Frog dance
09/24/07, 08:29

My wife and I have decided that the "Party In My Tummy" song is going to be a godsend at some point.
Fat Wonder Woman Drag Queen on Rollerskates
09/24/07, 08:15

I feel that that particular sign language interpretor, reciting the lyrics to "Holding Out for a Hero" silently and without musical accompaniment, would be the star of the next Whitney Biennial.
WHAT TIME IS IT? (HINT: IT IS CLOBBERING TIME)
09/23/07, 22:32

Is that 'Ms. Lion' from "Spider-Man and His Amazing Friends"?
Star Wars I - The Phantom Menace (Jedi/Sith Duel)
09/22/07, 11:18

Great choreography, indeed, but I felt let down by the fact that THIS Sith had to resort to kung-fu shenanigans. I'm much more fond of the body language of Vader in his duel with Luke in EMPIRE -- he's in complete control, doesn't even look like his pulse is raised. Maul doesn't look like he could choke someone out while talking to them on a video screen...

This is the best scene in any of the prequels. Great pacing.
Tom Waits - Children's Story
09/21/07, 15:07

Wouldn't that be Tom WaitS?

Kinder Surprise
09/21/07, 09:29

Ah, but an inch-and-a-half Linus, in full "thumbsuck" mode, has been a decoration on my desk at every job that's allowed decorations.

None of the other 'prizes' have been all that great, though.
Mel Blanc's vocal cords
09/21/07, 08:28

I just...I...wow.
Kinder Surprise
09/21/07, 08:22

Their chocolate is pretty gross, but I got a little figurine of Linus Van Pelt in a Kinder egg in 94 and have been hooked ever since.
Ne to chto podumali.
09/20/07, 21:00

Why the hell was it taken down???
Alan Keyes 'ambushes' Neal Horsley
09/20/07, 09:43

Actually, looking it up, I found this:

"The phrase was popularized in 2002 by Perry de Havilland of Samizdata, a libertarian weblog. The term was originally rendered as ‘Barking Moonbat’, suggesting that certain issues seem to trigger a reflexive response from some people much like wolves howl at the moon (i.e. the term evokes the traditional association between the moon and insanity). According to de Havilland, a moonbat is “someone on the extreme edge of whatever their -ism happens to be”. Adriana Cronin-Lukas defines the term as “someone who sacrifices sanity for the sake of consistency”. This term has long been used to describe protesters on the political Left, but was originally coined to also describe commentators on the political Right as well as certain libertarians."

I'm gonna keep "moonbat" so that it can be brought back to its original, broad definition. Huzzah!

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