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Toby Radloff on the Eddie Marshall Show, 1989
12/10/07, 19:17

The actor who portrayed him in the movie got him down so very very well.
Just because you love Japan doesn't mean Japan loves you
12/08/07, 15:43

Loving Japan for an actual good reason doesn't make you a weeaboo.
PissedOffVideoGamer - Nintendo Gamecube Review
12/08/07, 15:41

He looks like one too.

Plus, he has an XB360 and PS3 and is only just now reviewing a GameCube?
1987 Orange Bowl half-time show
12/08/07, 15:39

Is that Bob Barker narrating the "song?"
The Telephone of Space
12/08/07, 03:19

LOOK I AM ZANY AND RANDOM
Citizen Soldier National Guard ad
12/08/07, 03:17

This is why I just wait for a movie to come out on DVD, and rent it via Netflix. The MPAA must really hate me since they make no money off of me and they can't even do anything about it.
Falling Down - Whammy Burger
12/08/07, 03:14

Plus making a big credit sequence at the end about OMG LOOK I UPLOADED THIS!

However it's a good scene in a good movie and it's where you start to realize that maybe the main character isn't actually the protagonist of this film.
South Park - String of unfunny Family Guy "remember when" references
12/07/07, 16:40

I DO BELIEVE THAT IS THE POINT SIR
"Two Legs Standing"
12/07/07, 16:38

OMG U R SO HARDCORE 3DGY DUDE
Dystonia: Bizarre Brain Disorder
12/06/07, 21:37

Constant writhing appears to be good for weight loss. Bad for everything else though.
Split Brain Experiments
12/05/07, 19:17

From http://www.uk-guitar-teachers.com/mus_int_article.html:
"According to Shlaug, music study also promotes growth of the corpus callosum, a sort of bridge between the two hemispheres of the brain. He found that among musicians who started their training before the age of seven, the corpus callosum is 10-15% thicker than in non-musicians.

"At the time, Schlaug and other researchers speculated that a larger corpus callosum might improve motor control by speeding up communication between the hemispheres."
Split Brain Experiments
12/05/07, 19:13

Well, I'm a musician, but I'm not about to step up to the plate on this. (And anyway I'm not epileptic.)

There needs to be some sort of registry of epileptic guitar players so that we can convince one of them to go through this procedure. Guitar (especially classical) seems like it'd be the instrument that would be the most profoundly affected.

On the other hand, I can totally see this procedure being beneficial to drummers.
addivitve vs modulative shadows
12/04/07, 19:09

I like how you link to an actual productive graphics researcher's page which has nothing to do with the area this video is even about but still make it sound as if you know what the fuck you're talking about.
Kid playing video games 'attacked' by dog
12/04/07, 19:01

WHERE IS THE ALFRED SHITCOCK TAG
The View - 'Is the world flat?'
12/04/07, 18:45

Except Whoopi.
Content Aware Image Resizing
12/04/07, 18:35

Because they're part of the submissions process for papers into computer graphics journals (such as SIGGRAPH and IEEE Visualization), and they're thanking the reviewers for their time.
Skittles Beard Commercial
12/04/07, 18:28

Skittles and Starburst must have the same advertising company, because both of them have ads which have the same exact sort of awesome.
Zero Punctuation - Psychonauts
12/04/07, 18:21

These early Zero Punctuations seem so low-key and relaxed compared to the current ones. Why yes, Yahtzee, I'd love to stop by for a cup of tea and a nice sit-down. Tally-ho, old chap.
Portalized Fun with Portals
12/04/07, 18:14

I think Portal actually uses render-to-texture, which are a much easier way to do these things anyway (and makes it a lot easier to have portals-within-portals if you're okay with each additional layer being a frame behind the last one).
addivitve vs modulative shadows
12/04/07, 18:10

I actually do understand stencil buffers and shadow depth mapping and etc. and this is still hilarious.

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