Wednesday, April 30, 2008

Xtreme Golfing Old-Timey Style!

It started out innocently enough....



I was looking for a pic of Dominic Purcell because someone didn't know who I was talking about.

Well, I didn't realize Google Safe Search was off when an image search brought up a porno pic of him.

Whua?

Of course I had to investigate, because why would The Dom do nude photos?

Well, come to find out, there's this site with celebs heads photoshopped on to gay pics.

Ha.

Some of them are totally laughable.

But some of them could almost pass.

The one of Bruce Willis and Ashton Kutcher, is just wrong.

The link is most definitely NSFW [Definitely Gay Porn].


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Ack!



That's just wrong.

From The Web Pen!

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Spring Jam



Jeff asked what our Summer Jam is and I would have to say this is my Spring one, even though it has been out for a bit.

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They are some cool pieces.

How can a pickle have no calories?





I know that cukes are mostly water, but to have no caloric value seems wrong.

Oh, and they weren't kidding about the hot and spicy.

It was so hot it made my lips numb.

I feel like I am going to be tasting it for a week.

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Why don't they just change their name to 'Lesbossians'?



Greek islanders seek to reclaim term ‘Lesbian’

Court has been asked to draw line between Lesbos natives and gay women


'ATHENS, Greece - A Greek court has been asked to draw the line between the natives of the Aegean Sea island of Lesbos and the world's gay women.

Three islanders from Lesbos — home of the ancient poet Sappho, who praised love between women — have taken a gay rights group to court for using the word lesbian in its name.

One of the plaintiffs said Wednesday that the name of the association, Homosexual and Lesbian Community of Greece, "insults the identity" of the people of Lesbos, who are also known as Lesbians.

"My sister can't say she is a Lesbian," said Dimitris Lambrou. "Our geographical designation has been usurped by certain ladies who have no connection whatsoever with Lesbos," he said.

The three plaintiffs are seeking to have the group barred from using "lesbian" in its name and filed a lawsuit on April 10. The other two plaintiffs are women.

Also called Mytilene, after its capital, Lesbos is famed as the birthplace of Sappho. The island is a favored holiday destination for gay women, particularly the lyric poet's reputed home town of Eressos.

"This is not an aggressive act against gay women," Lambrou said. "Let them visit Lesbos and get married and whatever they like. We just want (the group) to remove the word lesbian from their title."

He said the plaintiffs targeted the group because it is the only officially registered gay group in Greece to use the word lesbian in its name. The case will be heard in an Athens court on June 10.

'Lesbians for thousands of years'

Sappho lived from the late 7th to the early 6th century B.C. and is considered one of the greatest poets of antiquity. Many of her poems, written in the first person and intended to be accompanied by music, contain passionate references to love for other women.

Lambrou said the word lesbian has only been linked with gay women in the past few decades. "But we have been Lesbians for thousands of years," said Lambrou, who publishes a small magazine on ancient Greek religion and technology that frequently criticizes the Christian Church.

Very little is known of Sappho's life. According to some ancient accounts, she was an aristocrat who married a rich merchant and had a daughter with him. One tradition says that she killed herself by jumping off a cliff over an unhappy love affair.

Lambrou says Sappho was not gay. "But even if we assume she was, how can 250,000 people of Lesbian descent — including women — be considered homosexual?"

The Homosexual and Lesbian Community of Greece could not be reached for comment.'

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I'm thinking...



'She's Not Me' might be about Britney[?].

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Who'd a thunk....



as a kid, that my job in the future would require heavy use of geography and time zone conversion.

Thank god it's not history, because I always hated that.

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Today In - 'Some Ecards'

REO Speedwagon - 'I Can't Fight This Feeling'

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Tuesday, April 29, 2008

Go ahead, be a goat wit' it.

Friggin' Awesome



From J'adore Joey!

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For Lioux!



Ha ha ha.

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The Mustard Was Jealous

Vodkakke

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Random Shot

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Oooh. I forgot how much I love this song.



Embrace - 'Ashes'

I've waited, and given the chance again,
I'd do it all the same, but either way
I'm always outplayed, up on your down days
I left it the right way, to start again

chorus 1
Now watch me rise up and leave all the ashes you made out of me
When you said that we were wrong, life goes on, just look how long I've agreed

Now watch me rise up and leave all the ashes you made out of me
When you said that we were wrong, life goes on, just look how long I've agreed

Verse 2
Out of place, like a gem on a coalface
Lost on the right way, it's all the same
'Cause I've had my hopes raised, riding the wrong waves
Scared when you feel safe to start again

chorus 2
Now watch me rise up and leave all the ashes you made out of me
When you said that we were wrong, life goes on, look how wrong I could be

Now watch me rise up and leave all the ashes you made out of me
When you said that we were wrong, life goes on, you blew me away
Awaaaaaaaaaaaaaaaaaaaay
Awaaaaaaaaaaaaaaaaaaaay
Awaaaaaaay

chorus 3 - as chorus 2

I sink like a stone, I lost my control x3

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What's In Your Pocket?



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The Pigeon Detectives - 'This Is An Emergency'

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Monday, April 28, 2008

Sisters Of Mercy - 'This Corrosion'

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Story Time With Miss Amy

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What is 'private space'?

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Beat Kids! Beat Kids!

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One of the worst movies, ever.



'Sublime'

It's slow, pointless, and tries to be something it's not.

Stay away from this stink-burger.

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Netflix Suggests...



I haven't seen Oz in at least two years.

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Yikes.



'More important, there are real topics that get lost amid all the hand-wringing about indecency. Earlier this month Italian artist Pippa Bacca began hitchhiking from Italy to the Middle East wearing a wedding dress, for a work intended to foster "marriage between different peoples and nations." Bacca was picked up by a trucker in Turkey, who raped and strangled her, then dumped her naked body.

The conversation Bacca wanted to inspire about international unity has been overshadowed by her death, underscoring the difficulty for any artist to dictate the terms of discourse about a work. But even if it wasn't the conversation Bacca intended, the question of why a woman still cannot travel alone safely in much of the world seems a more valuable topic of discussion than whether a college student lied about her menstrual cycle.'

Art Aimed to Shock

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Weirded out.



So, something happened over the weekend that I am still kind of weirded out about.

Friday night some of us went out to celebrate my and ExSBF2's birthdays.

Well, a bunch of people I haven't seen in ages also decided to go out and it was crazy awesomeness.

Well, we closed the bar down, and some peeps decided to come over to my place for after hours.

One of those peeps is this guy that for the sake of this story, we'll call Captain Jack [CJ].

CJ and I don't really hang out or anything, but every time I run in to him while out and about, we have a blast.

He's a great guy who's funnier than heck.

Usually when we're out, we kind of become like the only two people in the room; ensconced in conversation and high jinks.

I have posted before that I have [had?] a non-sexual man crush on him because he has such a great personality.

Anywho, back to the story, CJ and the rest of us continued the party until the wee hours of the morning.

Eventually, CJ passed out and I told him to go pass out in my bed since I didn't know how long every one would be over.

Well, eventually people went home and I went and took a shower to hit the hay.

Now, initially I had planned on sleeping on my sofa since CJ was in my bed.

That didn't happen.

In a drunken haze I guess I climbed in to bed with CJ.

Not sure what happened, or how it even started, but we ended up making out.

Ack!

I had forgot all about it until I realized CJ was in my bed when we woke up later that day.

Now normally this wouldn't be a prob, but I have to point out CJ is as straight as they come.

Plus, I don't really see him in a sexual way.

So I was and still am having icky feelings and confusion about the whole incident.

I want to just chalk it up to drunken shenanigans, but I am scared of:

a] losing him as a bud,

b] potententially realizing I may have more than just a man crush on him,

c] not wanting to go down that path of the Straight Boyfriend again.

So hopefully, maybe he was drunk enough that he won't remember, which is quite possible and I am hoping is the case.

We were supposed to go meet up with fellow bloggers Viva and The Caff that night but I had such a heinous hangover, that didn't happen.

I know eventually I will get over it, but for the last two days, I have had the gnawing sense of ickyness that doesn't want to go away.

What am I, in my mid-20's again?

Sheesh.

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Industry - 'State Of The Nation'

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Friday, April 25, 2008

Hedley and Wyche

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Only In Bangkok





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I walked around with a piece of ham in my pants, just to have my own secret.

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I heart Christina Applegate.

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Since the old post is dead....

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Sweep the leg, Johnny!

Maybe we should start limiting who can post on YouTube.



Gramma's big Ta Ta's probably make this NSFW.

From Lioux!

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The Staple Singers - 'Respect Yourself'

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Awesome.

Scientolochimps

Tommy Boy







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Hubba Hubba

They're back!



Doin' The Hussle!

I guess they take requests too:



And here they're rockin' out protesting to Laura Branigan's 'Gloria' [WTF?].

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Funny 'coz it's true.



Thanks to Claystation!

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Team Pant



Colleen brought up an interesting question.

Why are they called 'a pair of pants'?

There is only one.

I can understand a 'pair of shoes', because there's two.

But 'pants' plural?

I think she may have just converted me to use 'pant' instead of pants.

For an examination of pants vs. trousers and a probably way too over analyzation of the issue, go here.

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Today In - 'Ack!'

Gary Coleman is a whack job.

I saw this documentary on a 'Day In The Life' and he is a piece of work let me tell you.

Did you know he created a shoot-em up video game called 'Postal'?



Marriage over for child star

'The 40-year-old actor and his 22-year-old wife, Shannon Price, are set to appear on TV's "Divorce Court" on May 1 and 2. The couple wed in August after meeting on the set of the 2006 comedy "Church Ball."

Among the problems the pair discusses with Judge Lynn Toler are Coleman's anger and intimacy issues. Coleman and Price agree they have "ugly" monthly fights.

"If he doesn't get his way, he throws a temper tantrum like a five-year-old does," Price says, according to a transcript of the show provided to The Associated Press. "He like stomps the floor and yells, 'Meehhhh,' and starts throwing stuff around. He bashes his head in the wall, too."

Coleman says he gets frustrated because "the male is always the bad guy."

"When I try to state my case or explain things to her or try to get her to understand my point of view," Coleman says, "my point of view doesn't matter."

Price also complains that Coleman has no friends and inexplicably disappears from home in the middle of the night.

When Toler presses him, Coleman admits he is negative.

"I don't have any friends and don't have any intention of making any," he says. "People will stab you in the back, mistreat you, talk about me behind your back, steal from you. And they're not really your friends. (They're) only there because you're a celebrity or because they want to get something from you."

Coleman went on to describe the couple's private life as "mediocre."

"It's not her fault," he says. "I always feel like I have the weight of the world on my shoulders every day I get up. ... There are days I don't even want to get up."

"Divorce Court" is a syndicated show on which couples appear to settle real divorce cases. The show's judge resolves issues such as alimony and asset division, and her decisions are legally binding.'

Dude has issues.


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Blues Traveler - 'But Anyway'

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So I'm Gen Y now?

I want a Chairy.

ABBA - 'I Have A Dream'

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Who would win in a race?



A bunny or a cat?

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Interesting.



MySpace can bring shy kids out of their shells

'When Jessica Kellen was 12 years old, she met a boy on MySpace who said he was 17.

She had pretended to be 16, which allowed her to sneak past the site's rule that members have to be at least 14. Jessica, who's 14 now, describes her sixth-grade self as a "really shy kid." Conversing with a stranger on MySpace about the boy's family farm, parents and adolescent drama came easier than doing so with people she knew. And the virtual friendship helped boost her self-esteem in the real world — allowing her to make more friends at school.

“If I can do this on the Internet, why can't I do this in person?” realized Jessica, who lives in Centennial, Colo.

MySpace anxiety

While horrifying headlines tie MySpace to teen suicide, violence — and especially sexual predators, research tells another story. Larry D. Rosen, a psychology professor at California State University, Dominguez Hills, found that only 12 percent of teenagers actually rendezvous offline with an online friend in his recent survey of 482 teens. That finding jibes with similar nationwide studies.

The kids most at risk for encountering trouble on MySpace are the ones who are looking for it, Rosen said in an interview.

“But they would be the same kids going out there looking for it offline,” he said.

In his recent parenting book “Me, MySpace and I,” Rosen says that parents’ MySpace anxiety likely arises from their lack of understanding of what teens actually do on the social-networking site. A third of parents have never glimpsed their teen’s MySpace page — and three-fourths do so less than once a month, according to his research.

And what parents might not know about MySpace is that it can actually help their kids. Bolstered by interviews of more than 1,000 parents and 2,500 teens, Rosen’s research shows that the oft-stigmatized site can foster adolescent pursuits of true identity, friendship — and validation.'

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I don't think you're happy enough.

It's Big. It's Heavy. It's Wood!

Don't Whizz On The Electric Fence

Whoa, nelly.



Check out this Russian dude hitting some supersonic notes.

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Disco Showdown!



The Sylvers

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Thursday, April 24, 2008

Been There, Done That

video

Thanks to Clay!

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Rise, Robots! Rise!



Last night Ex-Straight Boyfriend #2 [ExSBF #2], and fellow blogger Caffeinator X, and I went to go check out the Kraftwerk show at The Fillmore.

It was pretty cool.

Or at least as cool as it could be with four dudes standing behind computers in front of a screen of graphics.

Ha.

The sound was great though.

What wasn't great was that they decided to curtain off half the floor for the show.

So this left the masses all huddled up in front of the curtain and hanging off the side sections.

The floor Nazis kept telling us to move, or squish up against the other lemmings on the side areas.

Which of course made the place hotter than a Turkish bath.

It was an interesting mix of people.

You definitely had your older peeps, but also thrown in were some Goths, and younger kids who seemed to have no idea who Kraftwerk were.

At one point, I overheard a girl behind me go, 'it's like performance art!'

Ha.

Highlights of the set for me were:

'Tour De France'



'Vitamin'



'Trans-Europe Express'



'Autobahn'



and of course...

'Robots'



Like the above video, what was cool about 'Robots' was they actually had robots come down and take the place of the guys.

This was after the break for encore, mind you.

We got a good laugh that they had to take a break for an encore.

It's not like they were running around the stage performing acrobaticly choreographed dance numbers.

Heck, they were probably checking their email and surfing the 'nets on stage.

There was a brief period of darkness/silence which prompted us to think maybe their server had crashed.

Ha ha.

And once some of the crowd opened up that space-splitting curtain, people began to get their groove on.

All in all it was a good show.

What was interesting about this show was that this was the first time I had ever met Caffeinator X in person.

Actually, this was the first blogger I have met in person, that I didn't already know before they began blogging.

Having read his wife's posts about the goings-on of their family unit, it was a weird thing meeting someone for the first time, yet having known a bunch of stuff about them.

[Interesting side note: Thanks to Facebook, I found out the Caffeinator used to work with one of my BFF's, Helen. Small world I tells 'ya.]

But it was cool, and it felt like I had met and known Caffeinator for years.

Speaking of that, a funny thing happened when The Caff tagged along when I went for a smoke.

These two dudes who asked for a light inquired if we were a couple.

Ha ha.

One of them actually made a funny comment that the show was like The Blue Man Group 'minus the blue.'

Or was that The Caff?

I had to tell them that ironically, we just met that night, and he's married with children.

I got a chuckle out of that.

Back to Kraftwerk, since they didn't have an opening act, the show was over by 10.

Which kind of pissed off some of the people who showed up fashionably late.

I couldn't blame them; how often do shows start on time?

Those damn Germans and their efficiency!

We said goodbye to Caff and hopefully if I get my work in by deadline this weekend, I may hang out with The Caff and The Missus this weekend on Saturday.

They seem like a cool couple and would totes hang out with them.

Then, since it was a relatively early night, me and ExSBF #2 stopped off at Charlie Brown's for a nightcap which I was kind of dreading.

[We would have invited you 'Caff but we didn't decide to go until on the way home!]

Back around the Holidays, there was an incident that kind of soured our bromance.

Needless to say, I haven't hung out with him since and conversation has been pretty limited to stuff with The Magazine.

But it was for naught.

The incident has been resolved and we caught up and all, and hopefully things should be back to being copasetic.

Now the next test, is when ExSBF #2 and I hang out with our ex-BFF Friday night.



P.S. - Besides Coachella, they only played two other cities this stint in the USA.]

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Ack!


[Click image for full size scariness]

This is what nightmares are made of.

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Up With Free-Range Kids!



You get leaner cutlets that way.

Ha ha.

I kid.

But, yah, as a kid back in the day I gadded about all over the city.

As long as I did my chores, and came home, my parental unit didn't really care what I did.

I was a latch-key kid after all.

I really am interested to see how these over-protected children are going to react when they hit the real world.

Helicopter Moms vs. Free-Range Kids

A New York columnist lets her grade-schooler ride the subway alone, provoking a wave of criticism. But do kids really need more supervision than in generations past?

'Would you let your fourth-grader ride public transportation without an adult? Probably not. Still, when Lenore Skenazy, a columnist for the New York Sun, wrote about letting her son take the subway alone to get back to her Manhattan home from a department store on the Upper East Side, she didn't expect to get hit with a tsunami of criticism from readers.

"Long story short: My son got home, ecstatic with independence," Skenazy wrote on April 4 in the New York Sun. "Long story longer: Half the people I've told this episode to now want to turn me in for child abuse. As if keeping kids under lock and key and helmet and cell phone and nanny and surveillance is the right way to rear kids. It's not. It's debilitating—for us and for them."

Online message boards were soon swarming with people both applauding and condemning Skenazy's decision to let her son go it alone. She wound up defending herself on the cable news networks (accompanied by her son) and on popular blogs like the Huffington Post, where her follow-up piece was ironically headlined "More From America's Worst Mom."

The episode has ignited another one of those debates that divides parents into vocal opposing camps. Are modern parents needlessly overprotective, or is the world a more complicated and dangerous place than it was when previous generations were allowed to roam unsupervised?

From the "she's an irresponsible mother" camp came: "Shame on you for being so cavalier with his safety," in comments on the Huffington Post. And there was this from a mother of four: "How would you have felt if he didn't come home?" But Skenazy got a lot of support, too, with women and men writing in with stories about how they were allowed to run errands all by themselves at seven or eight. She also got heaps of praise for bucking the "helicopter parent" trend: "Kudos to this Mom," one commenter wrote on the Huffington Post. "This is a much-needed reality check."

Last week, buoyed by all the attention, Skenazy started her own blog—Free Range Kids—promoting the idea that modern children need some of the same independence that her generation had. In the good old days nine-year-old baby boomers rode their bikes to school, walked to the store, took buses—and even subways—all by themselves. Her blog, she says, is dedicated to sane parenting. "At Free Range Kids, we believe in safe kids. We believe in helmets, car seats and safety belts. We do NOT believe that every time school-age children go outside, they need a security detail."'

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Rosie O'Donnel For Mental Illness

Oh man....

Caffeinator X mentioned Cannon Films in a comment and after I had to Google it, I discovered they were responsible for 'The Apple'.

Probably one of the worst movies ever.

Finally someone has posted vids so that I can share this unbelievable masterpiece of cheeze.


Some audio NSFW





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Awwww!

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Squeeze - 'Slap And Tickle'

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Life Without Britney

The New Moment Of Truth



An F-bomb is dropped.

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Whua?

Does/did anyone actually like Wall Of Voodoo?



'Mexican Radio'

His voice is like nails on a chalkboard to me.

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For Ted!

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Wednesday, April 23, 2008

I love Turkey of the Jungle Bananas!

They're the bananas with the turkey on the label.

In your grocer's chicken aisle.

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I had no idea there was a video for this.



R.E.M. - 'Radio Song'

Where was I?

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Lisa Lisa & Cult Jam - 'Can You Feel The Beat'



Inspired by Mean Dirty Pirate!

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Psycho!



But a hottie in a serial killer way.

Jason TT

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Obama/Hillary Smackdown!



From James!

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Like...totally...fer shure. Fer shure.



Frank & Moon Unit Zappa - 'Valley Girl'

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Rick Astley: Patron Saint Of Bon Jour, Pee Wee ©



'She Wants To Dance With Me'

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I highly doubt crackheads would be doing that.




"There are children in our neighborhood that use that day care center," he says. "People are coming on private property, they're defecating, they're throwing crack needles, sometimes they're throwing crack rocks."

Robotic vigilante: Homemade 'Bum Bot' patrols in Atlanta

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Chicago - 'If You Leave Me Now'

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Holy schnikes.



'The turning point happened last summer when Sherrie Boughter's son came to her in tears about his weight — at 8 years old, he tipped the scales at 184 pounds.'

That's like 50 pounds more than me.

Couch-potato culture may cut our lives short

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Remember this fad?


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Stereograms

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More like Casa Don't-eat-a.



We used to go there as a joke for birthdays.

Ha ha.

Casa Bonita



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Free Video Hosting

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Odd Dream



I ate a snack before I went to bed, which of course meant I had a weird dream

This time I was roommates with the keyboardist from Information Society.

The weird part is the lead singer guy came over to hang out and he was convinced that I was the other guy in the band.

I told him I wasn't, I was me, but he didn't register it.

So I just went along with it.

As time went on, his reminiscing began to get very personal and made me uncomfortable.

He was all, 'remember the time we.....'

We then went out to grab a bite to eat, and got noticed by 'fans' and were asked for autographs.

And why the Info Society?

I haven't heard them in a long time, so I don't know what part of my psyche that sprang from.

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Ghet-to.



Pitbull - 'The Anthem'

Totally ruined the original for me:

Alex Guadino featuring Crystal Waters - 'Destination Unknown'

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Tuesday, April 22, 2008

We should organize one down on the 16th Mall...



Or at Skyline Park.

It's a silent rave.

From Viva Vavoom!

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How I Roll

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Oh man.



Toad The Wet Sprocket - 'Good Intentions'

I haven't heard this song in ages.

It brings back some really specific memories from the end of high school.

Freaky.

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Fave Artists - 'Gilbert & George'









I have always been a fan of their work, but I must say I am digging their later stuff.

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Nifty.



An area rug designed to look like a slice of a tree.

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Today In - 'Max Ernst'

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The Script - 'We Cry'

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Julie Brown - 'The Homecoming Queen Has A Gun'

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R.E.M. - 'Pretty Persuasion'

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James - 'Sit Down'

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Internets Commenter Retirement Party

See more funny videos at CollegeHumor


Audio NSFW

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Grillz.



Cities with the Best Teeth

Rank - City:

1 Madison, WI
2 Nashville, TN
3 Raleigh, NC
4 St. Paul, MN
5 Aurora, CO
6 Charlotte, NC
7 Yonkers, NY
8 Grand Rapids, MI
9 Fargo, ND
10 Minneapolis, MN

Cities with the Worst Teeth

Rank - City:

100 Lubbock, TX
99 Philadelphia, PA
98 Spokane, WA
97 Salt Lake City, UT
96 Jackson, MS
95 El Paso, TX
94 Portland, OR
93 Tulsa, OK
92 Tucson, AZ
91 Baton Rouge, LA

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Depeche Mode - 'Just Can't Get Enough'

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Scritti Politti - 'Boom! There She Was'

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Monday, April 21, 2008

Ick.

McLovin



Audio NSFW

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McLovin and The Cops



Audio NSFW

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Friday, April 18, 2008

Little Richard Simmons Show

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Debbie Downer At The Academy Awards

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Mango Vs. J Lo

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Pranksters

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Ernestine

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Inside The Actors Studio: Charles Nelson Reilly

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Goth Talk

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Leg Up!

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Massive Headwound Harry

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I got blown.

The Man Inside Me



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