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|Alaskan wilderness porch party|
All of their little woodland friends are coming to help like in a Disney movie.
|Tokyo Disneyland Anime Commercial|
Since this is a Madhouse production I'm surprised his face didn't split open to reveal a laser weapon with a shiny lens nestled in amongst cybertech, unleashing a blast at some grotesque beast leaping at them from out of nowhere or something like that.
|Lupin the Third: The Woman Named Fujiko Mine teaser|
Looks interesting, and Lupin was one of the early series that attracted me during my period of slightly-greater-than-my-current-minimal interest in anime - especially Castle of Cogliostro, The Mystery of Mamo and The Fuma Conspiracy - Farewell, Nostradamus, Gold of Babylon and the rest of the films and specials and direct-to-videos I have found to be varying degrees of "eh" or "well, it was OK, I guess."
|Dr. Neil deGrasse Tyson on being turned into a meme|
I have nothing against the guy, but he does happen to be a favorite amongst that irritating species known as the Internet Athiest (for example, the sort of people who post in r/atheism) - i.e. angry nerds who consider themselves to be avatars of Reason and Science and express it through obnoxious meme-pics and weepy, soppy paens to science "o tis true, we are the stuff of starrrrs, sob sob" that often betray only the most shallow, dilletantish interest in science.
But I tend to be irritated by Internet (Fill in the Blank) anyway...
DEATH TO ALL THAT IS NOT LOVEBIRD
|Electra Woman and Dyna Girl (2001)|
I was going say "compared to when" but TV was pretty awful at the turn of the century
|Zima Commercial 1994|
Zima, providing joke fodder for many tedious stand-up comedy hacks for an ultra-brief period during the 1990s.
|Fish Police - The Shell Game|
There were good comics produced during the B&W boom (and still worth seeking out) but the birdcage liner, the dross was what helped turn the boom into the inevitable bust - too many people who thought they'd be the next big thing with their college-study-hall-doodling level art and awkward storylines, too many dinky little here-today-gone-tomorrow publishers run by opportunists trying to ride the wake of whatever sort of comic was considered the hot new flavor of the month (TMNT knockoffs one week, sci-fi comics the next, maybe sword and sorcery afterwards, who knew what the week after that) and comic shop owners desparate not to miss out on what could be the next big thing over-ordering the junk and being left with piles of unsellable comics on their hands - and when the boom went bust creators, publishers and stores suffered, the innocent and the guilty alike.
Of course, nobody seemed to learn anything from the B&W bust or the 90's boom and bust or any of the other mini-booms and busts ('bad girls' comics, small-press comic character action figures, etc. etc.) since then.
And you know, I never read Fish Police but I've come across ads for it in comics from that era.
|Bad Dog opening|
"time slot filler" could be a tag on many of these recent cartoon entries
|Quack Pack intro|
I'm really glad I didn't watch any of these Disney Afternoon shows - though I wonder if any of these shows like Quack Pack had any crazy fans like the ones who obsessed over the other, somewhat more successful shows like Rescue Rangers and Talespin - you know, folks that made the sort of creepy, kooky websites that ended up as PoE exhibits.
|Targeted individual gangstalked by nano fibre|
The Home Office back on planet Niburu takes a very dim view of complaints such as yours - if the Glorious Annukai Masters thought you were ready for a nano-snake you would have gotten one.
I have to find this movie or I might indeed start feeling 'surly'.
|Saved By the Bell - Native American History|
I was thinking of that TNT series where he plays a wacky, flamboyant lawyer alongside Breckin Meyer - dire stuff.
Then there was that other TNT series where he played an idealistic public defender whose facial expressions, when confronted with injustice, resembled less a crusader seething at the unfairness of the system than a ten-year old about to throw a fuss because his mom told him he couldn't do something.
|Saved By the Bell - Native American History|
The amazing thing is that Gosselar has actually become a worse actor over time - if you've ever had the misfortune to come across one of those terrible TNT 'original' series he was in, you'll know what I mean.
|KONY 2012 ‘Masturbation’ Meltdown Video|
It looks like he's doing some kind of violent exercises.
|We should totally just STAB CAESAR! |
The original title: Julius Grab the Girl before She Gets Away
|Nerd Rage Over Card Game|
I never played any of these collectable card games, because I'm, y'know, such a cool guy - the coolest, even - but I did work for a stint at a combination bookstore/hobby store and on Fridays & Saturdays they would have tournaments for card games like Magic and Pokemon.
Mostly the players were kids, normal kids from like 8 to mid-teens, average kids but the adults who would show up to play, hoooooooooooooly crap.
An assortment of guys who looked like adult sized 9-year olds with neckbeards and adult acne, fat guys who looked and smelled like they hadn't taken a shower in months and had dried foodstains on their shirts, etc. etc.
The store had more problems with the nominal adults than they did with the kids - These so-called grownups would cause all sorts of problems including starting arguements with the kids and their parents. They had no idea how to behave appropriately in public. Several of them had to be kicked out for having freakouts or shouting at little kids.
|Rich Hall shills Pizza Hut Flintstone Kids glasses.|
The Flintstone Kids were clearly a ripoff of Jackie Gleason's 'Honeymooners Babies'.
|Planet-Sized Tornado on Sun's Surface|
Same happens to me every time I eat too much chili 'n' beans! (cue stock, strained-sounding sitcom laughtrack)