Monday, September 25, 2006

Urinal Etiquette

Male Restroom Etiquette - ghettofob.com
A Sims-ish short film that takes the basics ... don't use a urinal adjacent to a urinal in use, don't talk, etc... and takes it to a a whole new level.

Mrs. C-Dog Will Appreciate This ...


"OH! My spleen!!!"

What I Like Most About This Review ...

... of Yo La Tengo's "I Am Not Afraid of You And I Will Beat Your Ass" isn't that it praises the album, which is praiseworthy if not one that I think would make new listeners love the band, rather it's how huge the picture of the reviewer is in the article.

I imagine this will be fixed, so if you follow the link and it's a normal sized picture, well ... I don't know what to tell you.

Sunday, September 24, 2006

Covers

IGN: The Top 50 Marvel Comics Covers of 2006

Don't Take it Lying Down

Think Progress » VIDEO: Clinton Sets The Record Straight On Terrorism, Smacks Down Fox News
It really is time the Democrats stopped playing lapdogs and fought back. Trying to be civil obviously gets you nowhere with the right wing attack dogs. The Republicans, for all their bluster, are making the world less safe and that needs to be pointed out until it sinks in.

Wednesday, September 20, 2006

Is It Just Me or Does This Boyle Character Sound a Bit Like Bill Frist?


We're paticularly fond of the work of Robert Boyle, whose ethics board-baiting 17th century research includes "Observables upon a monstrous head" and "Whether a fierce dog stocked with the blood of a cowardly dog may not become more tame?"
Royal Society opens free online archive | The Register

50


Ortiz just cracked number 50, tying Jimmie Foxx for the Red Sox single season HR record.

A Message to You, Ska Fan


If you're jonesing for some fresh ska-dub-rockin' then you could do far worse than picking up a copy of The Stolen Records "Basement Songs" at CDFreedom.com. If CDFreedom sells out, try CDbaby.com. I don't know if you'll find it anywhere else, it's one of those little indie things not on iTunes ... nor even at Newbury Comics.

RIYL: Hepcat, The Slackers, Weaker Youth Ensemble, Steady Earnest.

Tuesday, September 19, 2006

... Or Are You Just Happy to See Me?

This was not me. Excerpt:

Mulloy made it through customs, but his friend Robert Cusack was stopped by customs agents after an exotic bird flew out of his suitcase. He then admitted he had two pygmy monkeys in his pants ...


"Mulloy got through the screening process," Thom Mrozek of the U.S. Attorney's Office said. "Perhaps because of the excitement at the discovery of the monkeys."
It just sounds like a scene from a Marx Brothers movie. Shake Harpo's hand and see what else comes out of his pants.

Sunday, September 17, 2006

Mess With the Bull


Well, the much anticipated (on my part) debut of the remodelled Trek got the horns. Fox's coverage of Bull Riding, I kid you not, ran long. They joined Trek in progress about 35 minutes or so in. What I saw looked OK, the changes weren't jarring, the stars, starships, and phaser fire just looked better. I didn't see any enhancements to the viewscreens around the bridge, or anything added to crumbling of the Romulan bridge scene. Maybe I'll catch it from the beginning next week. Of course, if they keep the same timeslot, it'll be right after football, so it's likely to be joined in progress again. Raw deal.

I really need Bledsoe to have a better week than last or my fantasy team is in trouble. Not too metion another bad week could mean Romo starts seeing time.
(Update: Bledsoe did just fine, but nobody else on my team came through. Bunch of sad sacks.)

Saturday, September 16, 2006

Check Your Local Listings


Fox is carrying the new cgi-enhanced ST:OS in my area, starting this Sunday at 6pm. ~hangs head geekily~

Friday, September 15, 2006

The Pluckiest Companion


Sarah Jane Smith to get her own Who spin-off. Too much of a good thing, what with Torchwood and the K-9 shows also coming soon? Nah. I guess it's to Sladen's benefit the Rose spin-off didn't come together.

Tuesday, September 12, 2006

The Impolite Phrase is "Impeachable Offense"


Olbermann skewers W's shameful use of the 5th anniversary of 9/11 to continue spinning his indefensible war.

Worth keeping in mind: the 9/11 attacks happened on W's watch, not Clinton's; five years later Osama is still free; Ground Zero is still a hole in the ground; terrorism is not the biggest problem we face -- I'd feel much more secure if my tax dollars were being funneled into cancer research, fighting poverty, and improving our public schools than wasted on invasions and occupations; and yet W wants to stay the course, continue centralizing power, continue enlarging the federal government, continue shredding the Constitution, and maybe destroy Social Security if he can find the time.

This morning, Olbermann joined Dennis & Callahan's Axis of Terrorist Appeasing Evil. I want my apolitical sports radio back!!

Monday, September 11, 2006

There Goes Any Interest I Had ...

... in seeing The Black Dahlia or Hollywoodland. Some very lackluster reviews for what I was optimistically hoping would be a nice little neo-noir double dip.

Thursday, September 7, 2006

Sunday, September 3, 2006

Trek Again


I posted to the proof of concept earlier, now it looks like the full on digital enhancement of the original Star Trek series is coming back, as soon as September 16th, to broadcast syndication.
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