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Okay, this is actually a little funny to me. I'm watching Mystery Science Theater 3000 online and because my throat and vocal cords are still sore and tired from clenching and coughing, whenever I try to laugh, it comes out more like a puppy whimpering. I have no idea why, but that actually makes me want to laugh MORE at the sheer ridiculousness of it.
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Something old (& funny):
Happy Fun Ball! (damn thing won't embed right...)

Something new (& amazing):


Something borrowed (& adorable):


Something blue (& bizarre):
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Now, I know that everyone's all excited about the big game, so tell me who you're rooting for. Personally, I'm looking out for Read more... )
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So I've been surfing YouTube a lot today. I caught the entire run of the The Maxx animated series as well as the first part of the first episode of Spy Groove... ah, I miss that show.

Anyhoo, I also stumbled across this ad for the hottest new product:

dPod )
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"You've reached the answering machine of Hiro Nakamura. I'm sorry he isn't here right now to take your call. He's busy altering the fabric of space and time itself, but as soon as he fixes the timeline, he'll get back to you as soon as he can. In fact, he may have already called you back and this timeline is no longer operational. Beep."

copied from LaraAriadne at TWoP.
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From [livejournal.com profile] anglicub
Put your iTunes/Winamp/WMP on shuffle.
Say the following questions aloud, and press play.
Use the song title as the answer to the question.


Musical Fortunes Await! )

Also, I just checked and I have 1238 audio files (songs and spoken pieces, etc.) which come to just under 80 hours of playtime. Wow.

Videoland

Feb. 8th, 2006 07:50 pm
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Apparantly ABC had a commercial for Lost during the Superbowl: Totally Addicted To Lost

I expect that most of you have already seen Ultimate Showdown of Ultimate Destiny by Lemon Demon. The song's been on Dr. Demento and 'tis quite amusing.
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I'm still going through various job sites and I spotted this lovely ad:

Phone Actor/Actress

And if you can't access it for some reason, here's the text )

...Yeah. I've never seen someone advertize for phone sex operators before, even in such euphemistic language.
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Wow. I'm watching Category 7: The End of the World on tv right now and it's the biggest schlockfest I've seen in a long, long time. It's worse than 10.5, people!

It's so cheesy, it's like someone melted a Velveeta factory into a fondue pot and garnished it with cans of EZ-Cheez.

Although, I must admit that I admire the writers for not even bothering to give us any reason to care about the characters. And giving us visual proof that Ma Nature hates mimes, soccer hooligans and creepy clowns, in that order.

Poison. Frogs. Get loose at a political function and wallow around on the food. I'm not making this us; there was a clear shot of a frog, on its back, wiggling in froggy glee all over a plate of paté.

Shannen Doherty! Randy Quaid! Swoosie Kurtz! It's a madhouse of B/C-list actors desperate for a paycheck! Batten down the hatches!!!

It's the plagues Moses called down on the Egyptians and this time, God hates potheads! Potheads and jocks! And maybe Tom Skerrit, I'm not sure yet!
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Linkspam time again, boys and girls. Let's start off with the fun & amusing bits, okay?

[livejournal.com profile] fandomhigh is a cracktastic online roleplaying game. For the full effect, be sure to check out all the ancillary communities listed in the userinfo.

Orneryboy engages in a little roleplaying

Let Jinx cater to your every geeky T-shirt need. Please.

And now for the not-so-fun links.

Former Powell aide links Cheney's office to abuse directives
Vice President Dick Cheney's office was responsible for directives that led to U.S. soldiers' abusing prisoners in Iraq and Afghanistan, a former top State Department official said Thursday.

How to kill a website with one email
A Dutch advocacy group dedicated to online rights found that, of 10 prominent Dutch ISPs, 7 killed websites containing completely legal, public-domain information based on A SINGLE complaining email from someone claiming that the website was illegally displaying copyrighted information. The websites and emails were all generated by the group, who had specifically chosen content that was public-domain and correctly attributed to the original author, who had died in 1887. The emails were all sent from Hotmail accounts and in one case, the ISP provided, WITHOUT BEING ASKED, private information about the owner of the website!

Finally, rather than relinking it all, I refer you to this post in [livejournal.com profile] cleolinda's journal. Specifically, note the links to more evidence of Mike Brown's incompetence and the debate over a nearly 100% effective cervical cancer vaccine.
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"He's a deeply religious drug-addicted lava Jesus who's ridiculously paranoid about everything. She's a manipulative pseudointellectual fangirl from the wrong side of the tracks."

Now they ded from coke!
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"He's a world-famous overambitious paranormal investigator searching for his wife's true killer. She's a radical blonde queen of the dead trying to make a difference in a man's world. They fight crime!"
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Costume Party!! )

Aww... I wanted to go as a Biker Pirate. ::pouts, in a biker-pirate fashion::

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