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|Dinosaurs for Kids|
They finally figured out kids like a story about dinosaurs more than a story about a Jew being tortured to death.
|Knocking down a silo...|
Loses a star for lousy camera work. Seriously, when documenting potentially tragic idiocy, do it with a tripod-mounted camera from a safe distance.
Also loses a star for the annoying dialogue.
|Pack Your Bags (Part 2)|
The first one was okay, but this is pure comedy gold.
|Giant squid filmed for first time in deep sea|
It looked at me.
|Dictator Obama is Going to Take Your Guns|
These things always end with dipshits like this holed up in their "compounds" flying American flags upside down until they finally get tired of eating their stale food stockpiles and surrender quietly to the authorities.
|Guns are to the NRA what Sperm is to the Catholic Church|
I know, right. That song went through my head when I heard the story on the radio. Some of the gun advocates seemed almost choked up as they were talking to the reporter about the guns being destroyed.
It's like they think guns are little people or something.
|Guns are to the NRA what Sperm is to the Catholic Church|
Their "legal" argument is the police aren't allowed to destroy abandoned property and must sell the guns to a Federally-licensed firearms dealer.
I don't think trading property for a grocery card counts as "abandonment" though.
Also, NRA lobbyist Todd Ratner literally said if the law isn't on their side in this fight, they will change the law.
I almost forgot to mention there were apparently a bunch of gun nuts outside the buyback area offering to pay cash for the guns, but most people preferred to swap them for the grocery cards.
|Richard Linklater makes Alex Jones' dream come true.|
I only learned who Alex Jones was two weeks ago, courtesy of this site, actually.
I thought the dude in the film was just an actor playing the role of a stereotypical paranoid moonbat. It's actually kind of disturbing to find out the truth.
I saw this movie and I really liked it. All the actors are great. They even squeezed good performances out of Winona Ryder and Keanu Reeves. Of course, Canoe really fit that role, so it wasn't so much "acting" as it was just "being." Robert Downey Jr. and Woody Harrelson sort of steal the show. I would almost have rather watched ninety minutes of them and their stoner dipshit antics.
I've never seen "Waking Life". How does it stack up?
|Chain Link Fence Machine|
That's not chain link fencing. It's chicken wire.
|IT'S ON: Alex Jones VS. Piers Morgan... - Part 2|
That was kind of surprising.
I always figured Jones for the type who would believe there really are metal sharks in the water.
|Crows are just like people|
"HEY! Thersh no algahawl in thish predzull!"
"S'kay, I took care ub it. "
|A Touching Tribute to Maurice Sendak|
The only thing that makes me hope there really is an afterlife is the notion people like Sendak still exist in some form and are happy.
Alas, I know deep down it cannot be.
|Darkwing Duck becomes Dark Warrior Duck|
And it's not nearly homoerotic enough.
|Neil Gaiman - The Price|
His sample but airy tail about a block coat.
|Scene from 'Small & Frye' TV Series (1983)|
Poor, poor Darren McGavin.
Did you notice how quickly he rushed through his part in that scene? Every scene with him was like that. He just did his bit, got the fuck out quickly and collected his check.
I couldn't believe they put such an awful show on the air. What was more unbelievable were the convoluted reasons they came up with for the guy to shrink himself down.
I mean, you would think that a private detective would have plenty of reasons to shrink down to a small size. It would be the perfect way to get past security or spy on people. So why did the writers have him shrink down?
Well, in one episode, Small & Frye were hired by the daughter of a famous violinist to recover her father's stolen Stradivarius which had been passed on to him by his teacher and mentor. Frye doesn't use his shrinking ability at all to find the violin. He and Small track it down with regular detective techniques. Unfortunately, there's a small mishap and the violin is smashed when the thief tumbles down some stairs during his escape attempt. It is then they discover the violin has always been a fake. Apparently, the teacher gave his student a counterfeit Stradivarius as a sort of "magic feather" that gave the violinist the confidence to become a world-class artist.
So they get another violin and give it to him. However, to make him think it's a real Stradivarius, Frye has to shrink down, sneak into his room and glue a fake Stradivarius label inside the violin. Unfortunately, the violinist comes back into the room at that very moment to practice with Frye TRAPPED INSIDE THE VIOLIN!
Hilarity fails to ensue, despite what the laugh track was trying to tell us.
|Red hot nickel dropped into a cup of water|
I did not expect it to chirp.
|Charlie Brooker 2012-wipe|
How did I never notice that before?
A ballpark resemblance to Jerry Seinfeld was the running mate of a ballpark resemblance to Bruce Campbell.
And "Twat-Dazzling Technology" would make an awesome band name.
|Uncomprehending Monster Child - Indian in the Cupboard|
He also put a toy deer in the cupboard and brought it to life so the indian could hunt and kill it.
|Crow learns human's weak spot.|
"Hey, are you using this? Can I have it? No? Okay. What about this one? Come on, you have two of them! This would be perfect for my nest. No? Well, what about this heavy thing? Can I have it? What? Come on! Give me a break! You've got lots of stuff. You're LITERALLY covered in stuff. I want some stuff, too! Seriously, can I have one of those string things? It really would be great for my nest."
For some reason, the European version of "Gex 3" used Danny John-Jules as the voice for Gex.