|IrishWhiskey - 2011-03-22 |
If Jon Stewart and Lewis Black had a baby.
|chumbucket - 2011-03-22 |
Charlie, you now have another fan
|Caminante Nocturno - 2011-03-22 |
5 because I don't think 50 Cent got enough heat for being an asshole.
Clearly people look up to someone named 50 cent as the arbiter of good taste. How shocking he would make jokes. Gets your dander up doesn't it?
There actually are people that look up to 50 cent.
Just because smart people know 50 cent is a fucking assclown, doesn't obsolve us of the responsiblity of pointing that out to the people who don't, how much of an idiot he is.
|Bebido - 2011-03-22 |
In California, all the local news outlets were really trying to make it seem like the tsunami was coming towards us with a vengeance, like somehow the tsunami has one last place to destroy. Either way, didn't stop people to go to the beaches and check it out. I think most people now a days are playing off the news as a farce and childs play, hopefully. Probably not.
I remember 4 idiots got swept out to sea and one drowned while visiting the beach to watch the absolutely harmless tsunami waves that could in no way ever harm anyone ever.
Pretty sure all the local news coverage was just telling people to stay well away from the beaches, bays and rivers.
Also; you're a fucking idiot.
|Longshot- - 2011-03-22 |
He's spot on.
|phalsebob - 2011-03-22 |
I hope California yacht owners are ok.
|Rudy - 2011-03-22 |
This morning I caught a little "Good Morning America" before work. The first thing I see is a segment in which a white dude in a suit went around Tokyo interviewing embarrassed-looking people and waving a Geiger counter around, pausing every now and then to take readings which always showed the usual normal background level of radiation. At the end of the segment, he proclaimed most of Japan safe and ate a piece of sushi.
Then it went back to the studio where a banner reading BREAKING NEWS-IS THE RADIATION UNSTOPPABLE? filled the screen and an frantic-looking host segued awkwardly into an interview with Michio Kaku (cause he's Japanese, you know) who told everyone that the Japanese reactors are ready to explode at any moment.
Then I ate an orange and switched over to NBA highlights.
He also has a very pronounced anti-nuclear agenda, from what I remember reading.
He's also really short. I saw him on the subway once. Hooray for minor celebrity encounters!
Jet Bin Fever
But, how do you know it was him and not some other ching chong ling long bing bong Chinaman?
|Innocent Bystander - 2011-03-22 |
Darth Vader glued to a shark.
|delicatessen - 2011-03-22 |
|godot - 2011-03-22 |
I'm sorry, I'm kinda emotional. Gotta go.
|takewithfood - 2011-03-22 |
Early the morning after the tsunami, CNN's coverage was headed up by two vapid blondes who couldn't figure out what time it was in Japan, and were repeatedly surprised that footage from Japanese news was not in English.
However, they already had a great intro clip that rapidly scrolled the words "tsunami", "earthquake", "disaster" and "Japan" over black-and-white images of the destruction, complete with dramatic music, as though they were worried that one of the worst natural disasters in memory needed a little dressing up, a little excitement, or people wouldn't stay tuned. I've this clip again recently, and they've since added more features to it.
|Rodents of Unusual Size - 2011-03-23 |
Charlie Brooker excites me.
|Banal Intercourse - 2011-03-28 |
5 because it's great to see Yahtzee branching out.
|Magical Man from Happy-Land - 2011-04-05 |
HAHA oh god the hysterical crying rich white woman in santa cruz worried about her boat
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