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Norm Macdonald's son is terribly unfunny
05/19/15, 08:40

Hopefully this is just that awkward phase when he's trying to find what works for him, what sort of persona, delivery style, material, etc.

Unfortunately, YouTube persuades people that they ought to take their awkward phase global.
Uncle Buck - Official Trailer
05/19/15, 06:52

https://worldofblackheroes.files.wordpress.com/2010/07/battlestar-debut-of-new-costume-and-name-from-captain-america-341.jpg
Leprechaun: Origins - Trailer
05/18/15, 23:40

...

http://www.poetv.com/video.php?vid=1612
Uncle Buck - Official Trailer
05/18/15, 23:14

Just a reminder, "buck" remains a slur meaning "black man".

This is something Marvel Comics discovered the hard way in the mid 80s, when they were swapping out their Captain America, and decided to make a black man Captain America's new "Bucky". Positive idea, but poorly executed (name aside, there was also the small matter of putting a grown black man in the role previously filled by a young white boy). To Marvel's credit, they came clean in-comic about what a bad move it was, and gave the character a new name and promoted him to Cap's full partner.
Walmart Anti-Union video for employees
05/18/15, 23:01

Some unions do better than others, I'll give you that.

But if you like a five-day, 40-hour work week, you owe that to unions. If you like the fact that we even have a minimum wage, that's because of unions. And that pension ... would your dad even have a pension if it weren't for unions? Sure, a lot of what unions once did have moved into the realm of federal law rather than individual contracts, but that just speaks to what unions were capable of back when people supported them.

The other year, when Apple was getting bad press because their Chinese FoxConn plant was working its people to the point of suicide ... and FoxConn's response was to put up nets so they couldn't jump to their deaths any longer. Apple knew about that and still kept working with FoxConn. They'd do the same to US workers if they could get away with it.

So I'll side with the union until they show me they're worse than management ... and that's pretty damn rare.
Walmart Anti-Union video for employees
05/18/15, 22:54

Plenty of people feel that union law isn't strong enough, but the problem is how to actually fix things, and here's one I turn over in my head a lot. During a union drive, management is not allowed to act punitively towards pro-union employees, but they are nevertheless allowed to perform their normal functions, including firing employees or laying them off. Thus, if management wants to get rid of a pro-union employee, all they have to do to stay in the clear is also get rid of five "innocent bystanders" and claim it was about department performance or whatever. How on earth do you legislate to prevent that?

The other thing I think about is the ability of management and unions to talk to employees during the workday, where management can sit people down and force them to listen to their side of things ... with the Internet and desktop publishing (which is so commonplace these days we don't even bother with the term any longer), is there any reason to let either side talk to workers during the workday? Leave it all to printed materials or Youtube videos. That keeps all materials out in the open, on the Internet or on paper, and it takes away the advantage management has during the workday.

Am I on to anything?
DC's Legends of Tomorrow - First Look
05/18/15, 06:00

Hey Cena_Mark: turns out John Cena is a pretty great guy:

http://www.cracked.com/article_22430_5-true-stories-that-will-restore-your-faith-in-famous-people.html

What the hell is wrong with him, being decent and shit?
Raw: Putin Displays Hockey Skills in the Rink
05/18/15, 05:50

Next we've got number 70, rocking what I call the "freshly mowed lawn". It doesn't have the movement or bounce of traditional hockey hair, but for him it's a good choice, frames his head, doesn't draw too much attention to the bald spot, nice tight look.
DC's Legends of Tomorrow - First Look
05/17/15, 19:18

I wish DC would just stick to the cartoons (though I have to admit, Arthur Darvill is about as likely to get me to watch as anything).

I just watched "Batman vs. Robin" and it was pretty good -- they grafted the "Court of Owls" and "Nobody" arcs from the start of the nu52 together. "Son of Batman", which seems to have immediately preceded it, was worth a watch as well.
The Wendigo/Wendingo/Wendango/Wendongo Project
05/16/15, 17:19

My grandmother was bitten by a WereDago and turned into an Italian once a month (when the moon hit her eye like a big pizza pie).
Bill Cosby on Good Morning America
05/15/15, 18:15

It's okay, I'm working on revenge. This winter I made a snowball and I put it in the freezer.
The Super Globetrotters Intro
05/15/15, 14:15

I'm going to say this about "The Super Globetrotters" and "The Regular, Unpowered, Clearly Inferior Globetrotters" and "The Live Action Globetrotters Guest Starring Rodney Allen Rippy". When I was very young, that stuff was all over the Saturday morning cartoons, and that was honestly a lot of my exposure to blacks (living as I did in a lily-white suburb). But crappy entertainment aside, I think it made for a positive impression: these are guys who are friends, they're polite, they work at their craft, they have fun. Black people are awesome!

A lot of white kids grow up and when they see a black person their initial thought is, "I wonder if he's going rob me". That's not something that took root in me. On the other hand, there's probably a cluster of neurons somewhere in my head that expects them to produce a basketball and roll it from one hand across their arms and shoulders to the other hand, with a slide whistle sound. That's progress, I guess.
Joe Scarborough Stunned By Jeb Bush's Iraq Answer
05/15/15, 06:18

Feingold's running for his old Senate again. Here's hoping he isn't too proud to take some campaign money this time.

I like that he's principled, but get into office first, THEN use your office to change the law.
Joe Scarborough Stunned By Jeb Bush's Iraq Answer
05/14/15, 18:49

Cheney, Rumsfeld, and others were part of PNAC. Dubya wasn't, though, as far as I know.

I don't hold that Bush's motives were the same as Cheney's or Rumsfeld's.
Joe Scarborough Stunned By Jeb Bush's Iraq Answer
05/14/15, 18:22

I don't even think that's why Bush was so keen on Iraq. His reason was ... all the kick ass presidents are known for winning wars, and Bush wanted to be a kick ass president. That's right, he wanted to sit at the figurative cool kids' table.

Jeb answered as he did because, like many lifelong sleazy salesmen, he doesn't tell "the truth" so much as "whatever is likely to mollify the customer", and he miscalculated this time. He thought he could lubricate his way into a nonadmission of wrongdoing on his family's part, and it didn't work.

Lori Klausutis remains dead.
Test footage from Zemeckis' Yellow Submarine
05/14/15, 11:56

There are good ways and bad ways to modernize old undersea epics. Here's how to do it right:

http://www.poetv.com/video.php?vid=76569

They took what was bland and made it charming. I don't think the reverse transformation on "Yellow Submarine" is a good idea; YS worked because of its cultural context, you can't easily "modernize" it and make it work.

You damn kids who grew up with CDs rather than vinyl and Beatles songs as elevator music, probably never read the liner notes for "Yellow Submarine". Well they had a lot of surface area to cover and so they had some fun with it:

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Somewhere during the hours between the years 700 and 750 (anno Domini), a brother from the Northumbrian monastery wrote of a youthful thane of King Hygelac (King of the Geats) named Beowulf ... a hero. A super-hero who arrived from far by sea to rescue Heorot ... a feasting hall built by a benevolent old king called Hrothgar ... a feasting hall that exuded the pleasures of food and music and perpetual celebration and all that was raison d'Ítre... a feasting hall which for years had been ravaged by the villainy of an evil spirit named Grendel. Having already proven his metal as a good-guy combatant par excellence (by the conquering of a picturesque sea monster and a victory over Breca in a swimming match), Beowulf goes forth to rid the once beautiful Northumbrian landscape of destructive Grendel ... a demon who indeed perishes when his arm is delicately dislodged from its socket by Mr. Wulf. The kingdom is saved (albeit after disposing of Grendel's mother who took unkindly to the action) and Heorot restored with the pleasures of food and music and perpetual celebration and colorful beauty ... a restoration which permits bigger and better glorias to be raised to the local gods addressed as Wyrds.

Some 465 years later (1215), an English king named King John signed a Magna Carta at a roost called Runnymede ... an act of prodded royalty which liberated barons and bumpkins to roust with a greater degree of carefreedom.

Some 561 years later than that (1776), a Virginia gent named Jefferson quilled a Declaration of Independence in, of all places, Philadelphia and shipped it to a king called King George which hypothetically rid a small group of new-world colonies from crimson-frocked enforcers from a faraway land ... taxations without representations vanished and the colonies flourished freely under a hero named after the colonies' capital, Washington. (Ruffled feathers on both sides of the sea have since been plucked.)

And in 1968 -- some 1,218 years anno Beo (A.B.); 753 years anno Magna (A.M.); 192 years anno Declaration (A.D.) -- bad people (Blue Meanies) still force their wills on good people (Pepperlanders) and demolish the human and physical landscape of beautiful pleasure domes (Pepperland). And Agnes -- the inquisitive baby sitter next door in California, United States of America -- will be pleased to know that there are still heroes around of the calibres of Messrs. Wulf, John, and Jefferson ... there's John, Paul, George and Ringo and their attending Lonely Hearts Club Band who sail from one place (Liverpool) at the invitation of a benevolent but old leader of another place (the Lord Mayor of Pepperland) to rescue the pleasures of food and music and perpetual celebrations and colorful beauty from the villainous hand of less-than-beautiful people (Blue Meanies) who act under the supreme guidance of the most evil spirit (Chief Blue Meanie). The Beatles come by sea (through the Seas of Monster, Time, Music, Science, Consumer Products, Nowhere, Green, Phrenology and Holes) -- each puddle supporting a lively cast of characters in a YELLOW SUBMARINE captained by Old Fred (also leader of Sgt. PLHCB) where they prove their heroic metal by outwitting a sea monster (Vacuum Man) and outswimming competition (School of Whales) even before they reach the shores of the besieged undersea kingdom of Pepperland. Once arrived at target P., they triumph over the Chief Blue Meanie's primary evil-tempered henchmen (par exemple: the Lanky Apple Bonker who assaults his prey with Baldwin apples; the corpulent Hidden Persuader with a penchant for underhanded unscrupulence; the abdominal Snapping Turtle Turk who chomps at the slightest bit; the Belligerent Butterfly Stompers who perform the tasks that any evil butterfly stompers worth their soul would perform with supreme acuity). The good guys win... the hero-Beatles triumph once again and restore the pleasures of color and music and all that's beautiful ... a restoration which permits bigger and better glorias to be sung to the reigning god of Pepperland addressed as Love.
Supergirl - First Look
05/14/15, 11:32

There's a new more better trailer:

https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=CThmpQJ6NMY

Still a lot of self-doubt, but hopefully that won't be a series theme.
Supergirl - First Look
05/14/15, 08:39

Since this trailer all seems to come from the pilot episode, the hope is that Kara shakes most of her insecurity by the end of the episode and is much more her own woman by episode two.
Best of Foghorn Leghorn
05/14/15, 06:45

He's a parody of then-popular radio character Senator Claghorn.
SMOG
05/13/15, 20:44

It used to be the definition of "pretentious" was hearing the Lone Ranger theme song and saying, "ah, the William Tell Overture". Nowadays I bet kids wouldn't even understand that.

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