Thursday, December 20, 2007

Oh good. I'm back.

Some nice New Years Panoramas.
This really is quite amazing. Lilly!
Monopoly. The movie. No kidding. Directed by Ridley Scott.
Hey, Jet Li and Jackie Chan are making a movie together.
Hey, look. Hellboy 2.
What you need is a Brazillian name. You know, in case you ever accidentally become a soccer star.

Wednesday, December 19, 2007

We're going to West Virginia For Christmas. Wish us luck!

OMG. Real Genius sequel. I'm both happy and sad...
I had no interest, really, in seeing The Kingdom. But here's the first four minutes of it. A neat little lesson in Middle East Conflict plays behind the credits. Worth the watch.
Hooray! Blood Bowl Video Game!
Since we're road tripping soon, here's a handy guide for packing a bag.
Sometimes Cracked.Com writes a pretty good article.
15 Awesome things you didn't know existed. I totally want that toaster.
This is weird. The Beatles sing Stairway to Heaven.
Oh, look. The Hobbit. Bet no one will make a big deal out of this...
Binocular Soccer. This is actually pretty good.
Soulvaki Tetris. I had to post at least one game, right? Be warned. It's loud. Or my headphones are.
Speaking of Tetris. This is awesome.
Oh. My. God. Look at this. It's a Dragonlance trailer. Why does it suck? Because, I mean, just look at it. It sucks right? It's not going to stop sucking just because you're not looking. It's lurking there, sucking, even when you're not paying attention to it. And they stuck the D&D logo on it. Why does everything that has the Dungeons and Dragons trademark attached to it have to suck? Why?

Monday, December 10, 2007

COMMENTS PEOPLE!

Ok, there's more warhammery goodness quotes over there. Check em out.

Mass Attack is pretty cool.
And you can waste a good hour or so with the R2D2 translator.
And there's more Narnia movies coming.
And finally, this made me laugh. Lego Indiana Jones. You gotta watch it all the way to the end for the surprise twist!

Oh, and somebody leave me a comment. I don't care what it is or if it's anonymous or what, it's just nice to know somebody is reading this thing. Not that I'd stop posting if no one was, I'm just saying.

Friday, November 30, 2007

Good Stuff, Gimme the Good Stuff

Ok, for those of you starving for more quote-y goodness, we've started playing again.
And this is awesome: Steam Trek.
Want to know what the cat does all day while you're at work? Here's the truth!
New Stephen Chow movie: CJ7.
Seriously? This is the new KITT? Um...go new Knight Rider movie? I guess?
Is this a sequel to this? (Looks like it's not, but it should be. They should at least be in a box set together. Oh, well Kayla will like it, it has Steven Strait in it.)
Apparently Batman is now going to be John Conner and fight the Terminator.
Oooh, neato jellyfish thingy. I want one.
Many of you who know me know that I love John Carpenter Movies. One of my favorites is "The Thing". Most people know it was based on an older movie. Most people don't know it was also based on this story, written in 1938, which is now completely online for free.

OK, that's it for now. Go read the Thing.

Wednesday, November 28, 2007

Giggity-Games.

Well, I promised I'd go through these games, so here they are. There's lots of them.

Distance Games:
Monkey Kickoff How far can the monkey kick?
Drop Kick the Faint Punk rocker kicks a dude to see how far out of the club he can get him.
Space Hamsters Try to get the hamsters to fly.
Kitten Cannon How far will the kitty go?

Puzzle Games:
Puzzle Inlay Blame my wife for this one. She found it.
Theseus and the Minotaur A logic puzzle game. Try to escape the maze.
You Don't Know Jack The Classic trivia game.

Action Games:
Matrix Rampage 2 Actiony jumping game. Kind of reminds me of Elevator Action.
Zebedee Numchuck Race to the top!
Press the Spacebar No, seriously, that's all you do.
Crypt Raider This game and the two that follow it are all similar. They're like Boulder Dash, if you remember that.
Acno More boulderdashy goodness.
Aqua-Energizer Again with the Boulderdash.
Avoision I really like this one. Keep the ball away from the marauding bugs!
Splash Back I might have posted this before. It's kind of neat.
City Smasher Play a GIANT monster trying to destroy a city.
Beliefs Very strange game. Sidescroller mostly, but it's totally weird.
Quadradius Two player elimination game.
Ownage Very nice sidescrolling shooter. Kind of like Cabal. If you remember that.
Zwok This is a weird multi-player war game where you throw things...and yeah.
Fishy Eat fish smaller than you. Get bigger. Rinse. Repeat.
Block Head Zombies Fun. Like lego-headed zombies. Lots of blood.
Campaign Weird strategy game where you try to take over the US as a presidential candidate. Fun for the whole family. Play as a Republican or Democrat. (If it had Get-Up-Licans and Get Down-O-Crats, I'd be happier).
4-Second Frenzy Like Wario Ware. Little 4 second mini-games.
Avalanche Try to climb up before the water gets you. See how high you can go.
High Speed Chase Woot! Fast car.

Text Games:
Hitchhiker's Guide to the Galaxy The original Text adventure. I played this on a C-64.
Trukz I have no idea why (or how) but this is a truck driving text adventure. Maybe my parents will like it.
Oregon Trail Again, I played this on the C-64.

Online MMO or RPG weirdness:
Rings of Orbis I have no idea what this is about.
Duels Or this, but it appears to have something to do with dueling.
Oil Empire Apparently you run some kind of Oil Empire. Probably a resource management game.
Mafia Returns Apparently, you're in the mafia.
Mafia Boss Also, mafia. La Cosa Nostra. Or whatever.
The Last Knights Fantasy.
Conquer Club No idea. Sounds neat though.
Tales of Pirates Woot! Pirates.
Carnage Blender Didn't play it. Don't know.

Sports Games:
Buzzerbeater This is some kind of basketball simulator.
PGA Golf The page looks pretty, but I didn't bother playing it.
Curveball It's like 3-D pong.
Dashabooja I'm barely qualifying this as a sport. It's supposed to be like playing 10 hands of poker at once, but it feels more like a slot machine.

Saturday, November 24, 2007

Good Turkey Day

So, Thanksgiving went off well, Allison made the most excellent turkey, and we had hams and such. It was delightful.

I still didn't sort out all those gamey type things I said I was gonna. I know. I'm a slacker. That's irrelevant at the moment because...well, it's my blog, I guess cause I say so. What are you gonna do?

While you're preparing proper retribution for my not giving you games, go look at bees. Bees are cool.
Ok, fine, so bees leads to B-Movies. Oh man, that was a good segway.
I wish I had one for this. It's just food pairing.

Ok, that's it. Hope you had a good holiday.

Friday, November 16, 2007

Weekend Goodies.

I found a metric ton of links to webgames but I haven't finished compiling them yet, so that will have to wait for like Monday or something. But for now, I have some goodies for the weekend.

Check out this Squirrel playing dead.
If you're having trouble deciding between the Venison Carcass and the Elk Carcass for Thanksgiving, then...these pictures aren't going to help you.
I love this song.
The great Pizza Orientation Test.
The University of California Marching Band's tribute to Video Games. This is neat.
I find this game Infectious. (Ho ho, I'm so clever).
Free Rice. This is some kind of Vocabulary game, and when you get answers right they send free rice to hungry people. Or something. I didn't really bother reading all of it.
Paint Lines to help the ball get home. It's paintball. But not the kind you would normally think of.

Wednesday, November 14, 2007

Woot! I'm semi-famous.

Which is better than infamous because it has more letters. And a dash. That dash is cool, right? The point being I got a shout out from Freeman's blog, cause he's all awesome and stuff and really, the two of us are just like gangster rappers, tossing shout outs and stuff. So, if you're one of the 9 to 12 people reading this blog (that's 1d4+8) go check out his page, cause I'm sure he'll be happy to have .01% more traffic.

Oh, you probably need the address.

It's here. Also, somewhere over in that direction -> I'm going to add his page to my list of things, which I've been meaning to do for like a month now but gangster rappers are lazy. (If you're a gangster rapper reading this page two things, 1.) You're not lazy. That was just a joke. 2.) What the heck dude, why are you reading this?)

Linkies time:

SPOCK! It's SPOCK!
We all need more Free Comic Books in our lives (via Mangoat).
Hate on Cruise all you want, but I'm going to see this movie: Valkyrie.
It's odd to me that i haven't mentioned Orisinal before, since they do a lot of webgames that always intrigue me. Maybe I have, but I just forgot. I like this one. Anyway, I bring it up because I keep seeing people talking about the Crossing. Which is a very simple game, but might be the most beautiful webgame ever.

Thursday, November 8, 2007

Why the Writer's Guild is Striking


Some other Stuffs:

I want some of these. If you're looking for Christmas Gifts for me or whatnot, these are actually pretty cheap. Though they're sold out of them right now.
This webpage is fantastic. Just let it load and enjoy the show.
Go play NEWTON. It's a tank game.
Or you can go play Pac-Txt. It's like pacman in text adventure form. Actually, that's exactly what it is.

Monday, November 5, 2007

Gas pumps hate me, or something.

So, here's a story. I go to put gas in my car, right? This is a perfectly reasonable thing to do, I think. I've done it before. I'll probably do it again. So, I'm thinking, I know what I'm doing.

I pull up to the gas station, I get out, undo the gas cap, and I check out the pump. Now, normally, I don't look at the instructions for using the gas pump, like I said, I've done this before. But this one caught my eye for some reason, maybe it was it's placement, or the fact that it had big bright white letters or something. Anyway, what it says to do is 1.) Remove the nozzle from the gas pump and then 2.) Select a fuel grade.

This confused me for just a moment, because I'm used to doing what I do first, which is sliding my credit card and telling it either my pin number or my zip code so that it knows it's me. Cause it's not possible that anyone stealing my wallet and ending up with my credit card is going to know my zip code, right? Cause it's not printed on my driver's license or anything. See? Security procedure's working fine.

Anyway, I forgo my normal modus operandi and actually follow the instructions. I refrain from sliding my card first and try to be, you know, all helpful citizen and stuff, doing what the little signs tell me. So I remove the nozzle; I select a fuel grade. At this point, nothing happens. So I'm stumped. The instruction sign ends here. It doesn't say what to do now.

But I'm no fool. I should be able to figure this out. I check out the digital readout on the gas pump. It says "Slide card now." Or, more accurately what it says is 5LIDE CARD NOW, cause the 5 and the S are suspiciously similar. So I 5lide my card.

At this point, the gas pump says "INVALID PAYMENT METHOD" And just starts flashing. Er...Invalid Payment Method? I don't think so. It's a credit card. It worked when I bought lunch with it. Heck, it worked yesterday when I bought gas. Now it's invalid? I don't think so. I think if I'd tried to pay with string that would be INVALID PAYMENT METHOD. I'd like to pay with broken promises and childhood memories, is that ok? INVALID PAYMENT METHOD. Yeah, Ok, I'll buy that. But a credit card? That's VALID PAYMENT METHOD if ever there was one.

So, I gotta trek to the store. This is ok, it's a small parking lot, there's a lady working in there, I go in and tell her what happened. In fact, what I said, cause I'm always trying to be funny is "I think I broke your gas pump." She looks aghast at this news and I quickly follow that up with, "It's just blinking at me." She looks down at her gas pump-o-matic 3000 or whatever and pushes the reset button and says, "Try sliding your card first."

Yeah, thanks lady, from this point on any signs you have posted are pretty much getting ignored. Thanks for the heads up.

So, I go do things like normal and the pump works fine. I'm sitting there looking at the little sign thinking why would you even do something like that? Here's some instructions that don't work! Have a nice day!

But then, tragedy, when I finish pumping my gas, the little digital readout says "RECEIPT INSIDE". I can only assume it means the clerk has my receipt, because if it's inside the gas pump there's not much chance of me getting it without getting arrested or blowed up. So I trek back to the gas station.

Here's where it gets weird.

I go in and tell the clerk, "It says you have my receipt."
She says, "Yeah, here you go."
In another last ditch effort to get at least a chuckle I say, "I guess your gas pump is out to get me."
And here's where it goes off the rails. Her response to that, which I can't for the life of me still understand, is:
"I think all the gas pumps in Texas are out to get you. No offense."

Um...what? I mean, as a general overview of gas prices being high, then yes, I concur, all the gas pumps are out to get me. Not just me, but everyone, it would seem. And if that was her intention, that's fine, but why the "No offense."? Was I supposed to be offended that all the gas pumps are out to gouge me? Not just me but people in general? Was she saying I looked poor? The car I was driving was a rental, a brand new 2008 Black Ford Taurus. It didn't look cheap. It' s not a hooptie. I wasn't wearing a tuxedo or anything, but Lady, you're working at a gas station! No offense.

I still don't know what to make of that.


Anyway, here's some links while you ponder the mystery that is the Lady at the Gas Station's words of wisdom.

STUMP: The game.
Ramps. Another game.

WANTED: The movie. There's no way this is going to be as dark as the comic it's based off of, I guarantee that.
Underworld 3? Well, at least if there's more Kate Beckinsale in skin tight leather it can't be all bad.

Joss Whedon, who you may or may not know as the creator of Buffy the Vampire Slayer and Firefly (that's a great series if you've never seen it) is coming back to television with a new show. That's good news!

I love this, cause I love wacky Japanese shows, but this one's good. The world record holder for walking speed is practicing on a track in Japan. Apparently the idea was to send a group of armed Samurai after him to see if he would run or walk away. Oh, yeah, it's fantastic. What did he do? You'll have to watch to find out.

Finally, I'm not even sure what the most interesting thing about this post is. Is it that they're making a Shazam movie? Or that they've signed the Rock to play Black Adam? (Seriously, that's good casting.) Or the fact that the Rock leaked this information while he was filming a remake of Escape from Witch Mountain. It's the Witch Mountain thing, right?

Monday, October 29, 2007

Sunday, October 28, 2007

3 more days til Halloween. Halloween, Halloween...

New I Am Legend Trailer.
Incredibly violent, silly, alien invasion video game (you're the alien).
Speaking of Alien Invasion video games, you can now download the original X-Com for free.
Freaky Ghost pictures.
If you have some free time, you can watch Nosferatu (the entire 1922 movie) on Youtube.
The Life and Death of a Pumpkin.

Tuesday, October 23, 2007

Berenger Says I'm Slacking.

It's been a while. So I have bunches of stuff. Or as my relatives in West Virignia might say, Oodles. Oodles of stuff.

So, let's get to it.

(Also, a random format and color change. Woo-hoo! That's what makes Blogs more popular, right?)

RANDOM STUFF:
Let's start with the LED Coffeetable. There's really no point to it, I just thought it was neat.
If you'd like a little more interactivity with your tables, you might want to program a robot to play you in air hockey. (See how I kept the table theme going there? That won't last.)
Korean fans know how to put together a cheer.
Seriously high-end shoes. Probably expensive. (And the fact that I couldn't find a price on their webpage just screams: "If you need to know you can't afford it.")
Time saving tips from Sprint. (I tried the potato one and it sort of works. I also tried the tying headphones in a knot one and it sort of also works. These are like "Sort of time saving" tips.)
Green Bay Packers Yearbooks. From 1960 - 1967. I love these things, mostly because the Ads are so weird.
Oh, for the love of Pete, this appears to be a real thing.

GAMES:
Portal. Not that Portal. Just based on it.
Factory Balls. Kind of neat.
Frustrating Cat Game #1: Archery-Golf.
Frustrating Cat Game #2: Pole-Vault.
Frustrating Cat Game #3: Trap the kitty. (I liked this one a lot more than the other 2, and it's not made by the same people, so it's not really as frustrating.)
Thule Trail. Kind of like the old school Oregon Trail.
Spot the 5 Differences. Some of the things actually change when you replay it.


MOVIE STUFF:
Peter Jackson made a short film about World War I. Here's the trailer.
Here's the end of a movie called Dam Busters, which George Lucas might have seen. In fact, someone dubbed the end of Star Wars over it, and...well...check it out. Oh, and for no apparent reason, they seem to be remaking Dambusters.
In case you haven't been paying attention, there's more Star Trek casting going on. Slashfilm put together a great photo set for the new guys.

Tuesday, September 25, 2007

I don't know what to do with myself.

Graphics Schamphics, I like Stick Figure Fighting Games.
Is Daniel Radcliffe moving from one British Legend to another?
Japan is just all about the fun. Especially if it involves giant monsters. Or Robots.
Classic Horror Monsters. We keep remaking them. Dracula. Frankenstein. And now Wolfman. I guess this didn't count.
That being said, this always makes me happy.
Here's a neat link about all the CGI in Zodiac. Kurt, thanks for sending me that. I think that was you.
This is a classic, and I probably posted it before, but I think it's neat. Art vs. Artist.
I have no idea what this is about, but I'm intrigued: Southland Tales. From the guy who made Donnie Darko, so you know it'll make sense.
Go read some Heinlein.
Or play some INDESTRUCTO TANK. Seriously. It's indestructible.
Poor Chewbacca is trapped in a nightstand. (Requires sound)
And last but not least, some Real Life Donkey Kong.

Friday, September 14, 2007

Finishing the Game

From Mangoat, amazing NASA pictures.
Child Beater. Oh, and there's a Sequel. (No children were harmed in the making of this film.)
Awesome razor commercial.
Neat things you can Print, but that you might not have known you could print.
Horse vs. Car. From Old Magazine Articles.
Things are different in Korea. Witness this Brawl at a Baseball game.
This is old, but I hadn't seen it before, about Pirates of the Caribbean. I think it's neat. Particularly the mousing over the special effects while the movie plays.
It's a Mario Bros. level that, well...it plays itself.
In 1973 Bruce Lee died after completing very little footage for his dream project "Game of Death". Someone had to finish that movie. This is their story.

Monday, September 10, 2007

Superheroes, movies, football, games, and dogs. Oh my.

Legitimizing a couple of things I posted earlier:
The Dark Knight
and
Iron Man
Stephen King's the Mist is coming soon...ooh, scary...
Please to note, also, Tobey Maguire is planning on being in Robotech. Not sure what Robotech is?
Check it out.
Then, let's take a trip back in time to 1983...look at those awesome computer graphics!
Then, we'll come back to the present for a nice NFL commercial.
Speaking of NFL commercials, nobody's better at it than Mr. Manning.
Oh, and while we're on football, this is fantastic.
Ok, on to some video games...this looks pretty amazing.
Then you can play a little SPROING.
Think they'll ever make video games like this?
Then watch the Doberman slide down the slide.
Then figure out what the world will be like after we're gone.

Sunday, September 2, 2007

Camaros and Aliens. Word.

Hey, look, it's the Better Off Dead Camaro.
Neat video about Image Resizing.
Funny: 11 Guys you meet on the playground, might have some not safe for work langauge, and I think I might be guy #5.
Nice Aerial Photos.
The world's most Ridiculous Game Show answers. I love these things.
Very interesting: The world without us.
Potentially 'R' rated trailer: Aliens Versus Predator: Requiem. Lots of gore.

Friday, August 24, 2007

Not dead yet...

You're probably wondering if I died or something (i did not) since I haven't updated this page for like 3 weeks. So, now i'm updating it so you know i'm ok. (Seriously, I'm ok.)

These are some neat pictures of San Jose, California, 1975 side by side with 2006.
Here's a list of 100 Film Sites. Someone may find that useful.
Also on the list of things someone might find useful, a comprehensive list of Breakfast Cereal Characters.
I'm full of the useful, so here's how to make your own bacon.
This movie looks fantastic: Be Kind, Rewind.
This just looks neat: 3-D projector.
Fun game alert - Metal Gear Slug
And a sequel to the fantastic asteroids 2 (where you played an asteroid) it's Asteroids 3!
Anybody want a free Statistics book?
Ever wanted to be an evil despot? Try Pillage the Village.
I know cops are always looking for creative ways to catch criminals, but seriously, a monkey on the SWAT team?
If you're tired of your own bacon, try rootbeer float cupcakes. Man, this is making me hungry.
The internet loves to bring you more info on Aerogel (also known as frozen smoke). I've been seeing this stuff for years now, seriously, where is it?
I don't usually bother with things like this but, er...global warming?
And then here's some cool case mods. You know. For kids.
And this game looks spectacular. Team Fortress 2.

Monday, August 6, 2007

Birds, Quarters, Movie Reviews, and Runways.

Is this for real? This bird mimics sounds it hears in order to attract mates...including chainsaws it heard while people were tearing down the forest around it.
Learn how to do all kinds of neat coin tricks.
You can go watch all the old Siskel and Ebert reviews right here. Sometimes it's fun to see what they thought of old movies.
Pictures of the world's Most Dangerous Runways.

Wednesday, August 1, 2007

That's weird wild wacky stuff.

Nice Youtube video explaining the meaning behind the lyrics of American Pie.
An analytical discussion of Red Shirt Deaths on Star Trek. (They fare much better when Kirk "makes contact" with a female of the alien planet.)
Videos of car crash tests. (Warning, loud music that might have a bad word in it somewhere).
Weird video of gymnasts on a trampoline simulating video editing techniques. Yeah, all those words don't seem to go together do they?
Weird mix of video games from the 80's and beyond.
Prison inmates in the Phillipines did a Thriller video. Yeah, I'm not sure why they did that. Or who let them. Maybe it was a good idea? Probably not a lot of fighting going on that day.

Saturday, July 28, 2007

The awesome. Let me show you it.

OMG. The Awesome is coming.
Oh, yeah, plus it doesn't look like Jon Favreau screwed up Iron Man. Rob Downey Jr looks like a perfect Tony Stark.

Thursday, July 26, 2007

Mostly games today.

How do you say that in Sign Language? Here, these videos will help.
Baseball! Cool avatars, but this game is hard.
Took me a while to figure out how to play this game. But then it got addicting.
This game is wicked hard. Physics for the win!
Oh, yeah. And Beowulf.

Wednesday, July 18, 2007

Every Once in a while...

Every once in a while I have to do something to prove to my sister that I read her blog. So I'm posting my top five Album Openers, which by the way, will probably not look like anybody else's album openers since I have almost no musical connection to the kinds of things my sister listens to (although, I'm pretty sure that Top Gun CD she listed was mine...)

1) Run DMC
Year: 1988
Album: Tougher Than Leather
Track 1: Run's House

2) Public Enemy
Year: 1992
Album: Greatest Misses
Track 1: Tie Goes To The Runner

3) Greyboy All Stars
Year: 2001
Album: Mastered the Art
Track 1: Mastered the Art

4) Das EFX
Year: 1992
Album: Dead Serious
Track 1: Mic Checka

5) D-Nice
Year: 1990
Album: Call Me D-Nice
Track 1: Crumbs on the Table

Ok, now that we've gotten that out of the way, here's some linky goodness:

Pound is an amusing short film.
Sphere is an escape from the room game.
Take some free courses from M.I.T.
Make some music with Chord Stuido.
Have a slap fight with your sister. It's Japanese so I have no idea what's going on, but there's a girl and you slap her and she tries to slap you and...yeah, there's really just no telling.

Ok, we're gonna end on that one.

Thursday, July 12, 2007

Buddhists, Cameras, and Baseball. An Eclectic mix as usual.

Oh, man, Mom used to watch this show, and I used to watch this show, and this looks fantastic! Steve Carrell is Maxwell Smart!
Babies are cute, and dogs are cute, so check out Bumbo! And if that isn't enough, there's a part II!
Enter your blog address on this webpage and it will tell you you're rating. Mine is PG-13. I think because it mentions blood or killing in some of the game descriptions...
It's the Octapult. One of those bizarre things you only ever see on the internet.
Baseball is only fun if you actually get to play yourself. Play some baseball.
Alan Watts is a Zen Buddhist and a philosopher. As Watts himself would have said (I'm paraphrasing)"...I'm not advocating or selling Zen Buddhism. I'm just here to entertain." These videos were put together by the South Park guys over some old recordings of Watts. They're neat.
I always like posting games here. This one is from a camera company. It's called Temple of Zoom. I think you get a gift certificate for finishing it, so if you're out to buy a camera...

Sunday, July 8, 2007

First actual post from the new house.

Protect the servers!
Seems a lot like Vector Tower Defense.
How much is your corpse worth? You know. To science.
The last time Russel and Denzel got together it was sort of silly. This looks a little more dramatic.
Ok, this is impressive.
Neat card trick called Sam the Bellhop. Though the guy doing the trick seems a little sleazy...
Neat German commercial. The Wind.
Why is this dolphin pink?

Monday, July 2, 2007

Jen likes it when i tell you everything in a one sentence title, so here you go: we got a new house.

This is a fascinating little Youtube video of women in art. Morphing pictures of famous artwork featuring women.
I don't know if you know who Rube Goldberg is, but he was a cartoonist who designed crazy contraptions. Man I love these things.
New game for today: Bloxors.
I still like Star Wars, no matter how painful working on that stupid game was. Star Wars Bloopers They make-a me laugh.
Rowan Atkinson is :Spider-Plant Man! (& Part II)
Video game movie alert: Hitman. (Timothy Olyphant looks terrible with a shaved head, btw).
I like Alfred Hitchcock. Now he has his own Hitchcock Wiki. Fascinating stuff in there, particularly trivia, info about all the movies, and check out the 1000 frames where they show cool stuff from each movie.
For math geeks: Marble Adding Machine. (Well, I thought it was cool.)

Saturday, June 23, 2007

This may be the last saturday in my old house.

Remember that weird, super action-y gun style movie with all the bizarre gun fights? Some of you may have talked with me about it, some of you maybe not. But here it is Shoot Em' Up With Clive Owen.
I don't know much about this band, but this is a cool video for a Daft Punk song.
Nice list of 20 movies, Not Coming Soon to a theater near you.
If you know me, you know my favorite author is Elmore Leonard. He used to write westerns before he started writing cool crime capers. 3:10 to Yuma is one of those westerns. It's got Christian Bale and Russel Crowe.
Video games? Oh yeah, these guys play some video games. King of Kongs
I came across this guy's blog (he's a screen writer) and I quite enjoyed his James Bond Reviews
Nice article on ways to Sleep Better.
If you're bored, Watch some Television why not?
I'm not sure if it shoudl be Why Paint Cats or Why Cats Paint.
In role playing game news, the Marvel RPG is now free. For download.
And perhaps your kids would like to do some role playing? RPGs for Kids

Thursday, June 21, 2007

Just Because I thought this was interesting

Secret Service Codenames:

Barack Obama - Renegade
Hillary Clinton - Evergreen
Bill Clinton - Eagle
John Kerry - Minuteman
Al Gore - Sawhorse, later changed to Sundance
George W. Bush - Tumbler
Jimmy Carter - Deacon
George H.W. Bush - Timberwolf
Ronald Reagan - Rawhide
Nancy Reagan - Rainbow
Richard Nixon - Searchlight

Monday, June 11, 2007

In case you're wondering, someone wants to buy our house.

First there was a book. Invasion of the Body Snatchers. Then there was a movie Invasion of the Body Snatchers. Then, they did that again, only with Dr. Spock and Hawkey Pierce and Dr. Malcolm. Then, they did it again, but they shortened the title to Body Snatchers. Now, they just used the other good word in the title. And got Nicole Kidman and Q-Tip and James Bond involved somehow. Invasion. Yeah, you already know what happens.

Also, while we're talking horror, how bout 30 Days of Night?

USA Today lists 25 things that have disappeared in recent years.

I find that I'm quite enjoying the Crossword puzzle game.

Pixar can do no wrong. So far. We'll see what Wall-E is like. Looks good though.

If you're bored with crosswords play Crazy Mammoths.

Finally, the Coens are back. No Country for Old Men. Looks dark.


Friday, June 8, 2007

This Title has not yet been Titled

Somene put a camera on a cat and let it walk around taking pictures. They're kind of neat.

I don't think I can play this game. It's called mystic ball, but these guys look really good at it.

Hey. An underwater city. That's neat.

This guy will teach you how to save your potato chips. So, no more chip clips.

Do you feel the need to do weird conversions? Do you need to know how many Shaquille O'neals tall some thing is?

Dr. Seuss wrote this. Gerald McBoing-Boing. It's a kid who can only speak in sound effects. Or something.

Shuffle is a fun little game.

I Am Legend Will Smith stars in a remake of Omega Man (with Charlton Heston) which was itself a remake of The Last Man On Earth (with Vincent Price) which was based on the book I Am Legend by Richard Matheson.

At some point, Ben Kingsley went from Gandhi to like a crime lord. Check out his recent parts in movies. Now he's in You Kill Me as an alcoholic hitman. It's weird, right?

Wednesday, May 30, 2007

Pirates of the Great Salt Lake. At first I was like, Meh, but then I was like, heh, ok, I can see that.
Neat! I want one of these. I don't know why. It just looks cool.
Haha! Do you really want to be part of the video game? How bout if you're the controller?
This is the microsoft surface. Nice. That won't crash. Not at all.
Clone Wars TV trailer. Just cause.

Thursday, May 24, 2007

I've completely run out of ideas for titles.

Ok, I love zombies, and I'm so going to see Fido.
Awesome violinist plays some Yes and some Michael Jackson.
Design your own basketball Jerseys!
The last 10 seconds of every episode of Star Trek: The Next Generation's first season. Strangely compelling.
These books are kind of cute, kind of sad, kind of weird. But you can read them online.
Where are they now? Star Wars edition.
A fascinating look at putting together the Space Shuttle.
Oh, and more 80's cartoons are coming. Another live action remake of He-Man.
Did no one learn anything from this?

Tuesday, May 22, 2007

Hey, I updated on a Tuesday!

Neat pictures of clouds.
If you don't know who Harvey Dent is, well, he's Two-Face in the Batman universe. He's going to be in the next Batman Movie. Here's a website put up by Warner Bros.
Everything you need to know about the Civil War in 4 minutes.
Here's a silly, fun game called Ladybug.
And here's a game called Hama that I can't stop playing. (Hint, toss the silver ball and try to get it in the red or green stuff.)

Sunday, May 20, 2007

Some quick Weekend stuff

Rocky IV wasn't enough. Now we're getting Rambo IV. (UPDATE: It was pointed out to me that I should mention, this trailer for Rambo gets extremely violent. Just so you know.)
We're apparently not done with Sarah Conner either.
This stuff is new though. New and Awesome!
All these animals love each other. Aww.
Fantastic movie on Copyright Law using, um...characters you might have seen before. (Rhymes with Bisney).

Tuesday, May 15, 2007

Thursday again. I'm on a once a week schedule.

Chairs made based on children's art. They use steal rods and bright colors.
In fact, that whole webpage wheredidyoubuythat.com is fantastic.
This guy has some weird way of doing math that involves lines. It's neat.
Bionic Woman. The Remake. Preview. Coming soon. For like 3 episodes then it's probably gone. (Looks terrible. Go Shaky cam fight scenes).
Calvin and Hobbes animation in French. I love Calvin and Hobbes. This video is pretty good.
Good MadTV parody. Apple and Politics.

This is one of the best things ever. 100 Quotes, 100 numbers. Somebody toook a lot of time to make this and it features some outstanding movies.

Tuesday, May 8, 2007

I had to ask Kayla to remind me it was Thursday.

Christmas for Villains. That spanish voice over at the end is saying "Some are good all year long, some are only good at Christmas." Oh, yeah, and it's a DirectTv marketing ad.
Aries Spears does rap star impressions on the radio.
Dear Lord, they're making a sequel to Wall Street. It's called Money Never Sleeps.
Nice Asteroids style game. Luminara.
I may have posted this once before, but I still think it's cool. Powers of 10.
How to become a Creative Genius.
This video is most likely faked through editing, but it's still neat to watch this guy catch glasses on his face.
I don't know what's up with this turtle, but he hates cats.
Neat video of a Wind Powered Walking Robot.
Haha, Clever Bus Ads.
Business cards that are way too cool.

Sunday, May 6, 2007

It's been Sooooo Long.

Rusell Crowe is going to be the sheriff of Nottingham. In a strange adaptation where he's not the bad guy, and is involved in a love triangle with Robin and Maid Marion.
Ever wonder what 300 Calorie Meals look like?
Here's the big trailer for Rush Hour 3.
What happens if you pour plaster in an Ant Hill? This.
Very nice Zombie Game. Can you survive 20 nights?
Tired of parking your car? Try to Dock Your Boat.
David Letterman presents his Top 10 Bush Moments.
One of the greatest basketball shots of all time: the Jeff Malone Buzzer Beater.
Learn history from the Bayeux Tapestry.
Here's a list of 20 Amazing Coincidences.
How popular is World of Warcraft? This popular: WoW Visa.
Old school spidey. Spiderman Meets the Yeti. Note Morgan Freeman as the cop!
There might be some not safe for work language here, but I still think it's funny: Pulp Muppets.

Tuesday, April 24, 2007

For Some Reason It's a Tuesday

Harry Potter. Word.
The World Series of Uno. Sort of funny.
Weird interactive head.
Nice CGI movie: Nazi Robot Attack!

The Umpatriots seem to be awesome. I've only watched a few of these, but these are my favorites:
The Orkin Man
Pac-Man
Superman

Monday, April 23, 2007

Weekend Playoffs Etc.

These are the movies I was talking about last week:

Jedi Dog
Lego Gatling Gun
Awesome Dinosaur Project
The Finished Dinosaur's in Action

Also:

Ads Vs. Reality
Parker Posey Movie
Totally Bizarre Japanese Potty Traning Video. (Warning: Cartoon Poop)
Fantastic Lounge Music Covers (Not Safe For Work Lyrics in some songs)

Wednesday, April 18, 2007

Midweek Madness

Scale model of the Universe.
Lawrence Kasdan is remaking Clash of the Titans.
Suicide Foods. A blog about food where the mascot is killing itself to feed you.
Clocky!The amazing alarm clock that runs away!
Blood Puddle Pillows. Nuff said.
Protecting the Border, Last Starfighter Style...

I had a bunch of Youtube videos to post, but Youtube appears to be down at the moment, so they may be coming tomorrow...

Monday, April 16, 2007

Little Weekend House Cleanin'

Apparently someone decided to do a Green Arrow movie. Actually, it focuses on SuperMax, the DC version of a superpowered prison, and Green Arrow being wrongfully arrested and put there, and his subsequent escape.
Sometimes, Cats just ride the Bus.
New Hulk movie coming. Starring Ed Norton. Hooray!
Bizarre, hilarious Will Ferrel Skit. Some not safe for work language, but oh, so funny.
Some totally not safe for work Rap, but haha, Weng Weng. Agent Double-O.
This is so totally cute. Pitbull vs. Kitten.
Somtimes video games steal ideas from movies. Or people. Sometimes they steal people.
Play some Monkey Kickoff.
I like heist movies. Here's a list of the top 10.
Here's a list of the top 10 reporter attacks. That reptile one is awesome.
Why do they say Roger on the radio?

Monday, April 9, 2007

It's Been Too Long...

This guy is a Kansas City Royals outfielder. He jumps over cars.
Perhaps you'd like to play some Lineage II? In a browser.
Or, perhaps you'd like to see Ads with Vans in them. (From Mangoat)
Haha, Hamster Shredder. (From Mangoat)
Wow, a Life Size Model Kit. (From Mangoat)
Here's a weird game. Who's Famousr? (From Mangoat)
There's nothing better than Magazines from the 70's.
Wordsworth's most famous poem, done as a rap song by a giant squirrel mascot. I don't make this stuff up.
Um...I don't know what this is, but if you click on the little buttons at the bottom you can see cool things.
Here's a long article about why women don't like horror movies, and how we need more female horror directors. I like horror movies and I'll read just about anything, so, here you read it.
Ooh, Kirigami pictures. Like Origami, but more so.
The wikipedia explains all there is to know about Lightsaber Combat.
Oh, wow, Classic American Television Commercials. Mmm....Chesterfield Cigarettes.
This is nice. Make your own picture stories.
This webpage is entirely in Russian, so God knows what they're actually saying. (Something about vodka, or bread lines, or it being cold probably). But what they're showing is how Disney clones cells of it's movies for use in other movies. The pictures are indisputable and cool.
Hooray for Donkey Kong and Post-it Notes. These guys have way too much free time.
Fantastico! American traveller guy Ryan Duzer ends up in a Honduran gameshow and wins a dance contest.
Google directions for getting from New York to Paris. Step 23 is difficult.

Friday, April 6, 2007

Monday is not the Funday

Rob Zombie's Halloween Trailer.
Hooray! Virtual Drums.
Haha, Superbad trailer made me laugh.
Trying to find that perfect blend of colors? Try Kuler.
Did Nasa accidentally nuke Jupiter?
Chaoscope shows the beauty of Chaos.
Hatfields and McCoys...Being from West Virginia I found it fascinating.
But not as fascinating as this: Vintage Toys.
Hey, look, Posters.

Tuesday, April 3, 2007

Tue-, no it's Wed-, no, it's actually Thursday now.

Apparently St. Louis Cardinals fans own tractors. And have copious free time.
Hey, Bob (in the comments list, woot) pointed me to this. Cthulhu Nation. Online MMO for Cthulhuey goodness.
Haha, I like this. You're not allowed access to the internet unless you have ze good grammar.
Sports Pictures that are, well, you'll see.
Weird. A rolling bridge.
Awww....little babies born at the Zoo. They're so CUTE!
This is the biggest site filled with Trivia Games I've ever seen.
Ok, this is a website dedicated to Truly Awful things. There's some bad stuff on here, so you may want to skip it if you're, you know, delicate. Personally, I'm finding it hilarious.

Sunday, April 1, 2007

Biggidy Bang Booma.

Ill-advised ventures into children's programming.
GTA IV. Word.
From the Questionable Special Effects Department.
Everything you ever wanted to know about little green army men.
This dog is smarter than most of the kids I know. (Not my kids. Those kids are smrt. I mean smart.)
I like Cthulhu stuff. Therefore, I like Clark Ashton Smith. Therfore, I like this webpage.
My friend Adam loaned me a DVD with this video on it. You should watch it. It's funny. Lots of cameos. (Adam, I think I still have your DVD. Too bad you moved to New York. Haha!)
In the category of things I like, HHGTTG is way up there. Here's some unreleased interviews with Douglas Adams from 1979, before he became incredibly famous.
I know people who like Gundam action figures, but this is ridiculous.
Did you like Gross Pointe Blank? I did. Here's a non-sequel sequel.
Or as Cusack pointed out, "Disney doesn't want to do a sequel. So it's pretty hard to take that specific character and setting and do one but I would like to. Like the further misadventures of...I have secret plans to do a non-sequel sequel."

Friday, March 30, 2007

Weekends indeed

Mangoat pointed out Skywire. Fun. Up and Down Arrows to move.
These 360 degree pictures are neat.
This guy should be more famous, considering what he managed to accomplish.
Neat! Flight simulator over Google Maps.
Here's another game: Crazy Flasher. It's not what it sounds like. It's actually, well, it's a fighting game.
Guy built a Lego robot to bowl a perfect Wii bowling game.
Haha. Scary movie trailer ahead. And funny. Coming out on 4/20 for a reason. If you don't know, don't ask.

Wednesday, March 28, 2007

Thursday in the state where the Spurs play.

Here's a horrible story with a fantastic picture.

This one's for Mom and Pops. Truckers Restaurant Reviews. Actually, everyone should check that out if you're going to eat somewhere. Anywhere. In the country.
This is bizarre, but strangely fascinating. Watch people make posts to Twitter, in real time.
CReAte Your Own Newspaper. CRAYON.
Cover art for the British version of Harry Potter released.
Make your computer say things. In different voices.
Mad Driving Skillz.
This is for the Wednesday night crew. I Can Has Cheezburger?
And for those of you who wanted to see them, here are all the RPG motivational posters. (Warning, some of the things may not be safe for work).
Jason Bourne is back.

Tuesday, March 27, 2007

BREAKING NEWS!

You couldn't even make up stuff this good.

Monday, March 26, 2007

Boo.

Balls of Fury! (Don't worry, it's not porn.)
J.R.R. Tolkien's son (Christopher, if you're wondering) puts together his pop's notes and publishes a new Tolkien book.
I have no idea what this guy is talking about. But he throws techno-speak around so casually I can't help but laugh. Well worth the 2 minutes it takes to watch and try to figure out what he's saying.
Oh, Simpsons, I miss when you were this funny. Ammendment to Be, a schoolhouse rock parody.
28 Weeks Later... Man, I like zombie movies.
Did we all just give up and decide Anthony Hopkins was Creepy Guy? Is that it? Was it too much Hannibal Lector?
Haha! Larpers.

Saturday, March 24, 2007

Looking for some Feedback

Before we get to the links today, I have added a Snap preview to all the links on the page. Someone tell me if that's annoying or if you like it please.

How to make Pancakes like a drug addict.
I don't watch SNL as a rule, but this Peyton Manning bit was fantastic.
Haha, dogs are dumb. And they play virtual soccer!
Think you're so smart? Try Einstein's puzzle.
Now here's a good idea. Make Congress READ THE BILLS they pass.
Yo. It's the 10 most magnificent trees in the world.
Hey! You can play Risk online, multiplayer, in just 5 minute moves a day! Join Conquer Club!
Test your world geography skills. Alone, or against another player.

Lots of stuff for a Saturday

I read this book a few years ago and I thought, "They could never make that a movie." Well. They did. Stardust. (By Neil Gaman).
It's the final Spider-Man 3 trailer. Ooh. Venom.
Day Watch. Weird Russian matrix-y vampire-y action-y something or other movie.
You see, when Jet Li said he wasn't doing any more action movies, what he meant was, "Except for the Mummy 3."
Oh, and apparently he's doing a movie with Jackie Chan.
Great Daily Show clip about Viacom, Google, and Youtube, and a lawsuit, and...none of that's important. Daily Show is funny.
Thunderheart sent me these neat little reference tools for checking out important things on Digg.
I was fascinated by this. Bruce Lee's Screen Test for the part of Kato in the Green Hornet. (Originally from Mangoat)
Also from Mangoat, the Animalympics are now on Youtube.

Thursday, March 22, 2007

Thursday Howell III

Don't click this link yet! Prepare yourself. You only get 10 minutes! Do you know all the states?
Was that too easy for you? Try the world's hardest flash game. No, seriously.
Saturn looks neat.
This headline is fantastic.
Adam Sandler subs for David Letterman, Interviews his dog. And Don Cheadle.
How ridiculously good was Bo Jackson in Tecmo Bowl? Ask this video.

Tuesday, March 20, 2007

Wednesday Addams. Just Cause.

It's a Family Tree for Greek Gods. Maybe that's helpful. Or possibly, just more confusing.
This is mostly for my WoW playing homies. Musical Chairs in Karazhan. (Some Not Safe For Work language).
Play some Boomshine. If you dare!
Mmmm....deep fried cheeseburgers. No diet can hold me!
This is vaguely disturbing, slightly disgusting, and never by canned fish in Russia. That is all.
Let's get that disturbing image out of our mind with Smurfs. Um...Smurfs in German. Well, uh...Smurfs in German, rapping. You might say. (Yeah, I can't explain this one).
Haha! This will take care of those pesky carjackers!

OH LOOK! IT'S CAPTAIN JACK! AGAIN! FOR THE 3RD TIME!

Monday, March 19, 2007

Monday Goodies

Did you see 300? I did. It was awesome. The guy who was the lead? Gerard Butler. What's he gonna do now? He's gonna be Snake Plissken, of course.
I guess if they can make a Transformers movie, Voltron wasn't far behind, eh?
This game is called Balls! It's like a mosh-pit simulator.
As a fan of Big Trouble In Little China, this website made me happy.

Thursday, March 15, 2007

Weekend Wupdate

Watch two worlds collide. Ice Ice Baby in Sign Language.
This is Koji Kondo. He wrote a song you might have heard once or twice...
Speaking of which. Needs more Drums.
Disney is introducing it's first Black Princess.
More Indiana Jones IV casting news. Cate Blanchett. She's in it.

Tuesday, March 13, 2007

Woohah, Wednesday's Got You In Check

This squirrel is a little hammered...
Bling H20. 24$ bottled water. Hooray. We're all doomed.
Russian Cartoon featuring Sherlock Holmes. Don't worry, it's subtitled.
Learn how to SCREAM! You know, before you start your metal band.
Comedian Richard Jeni died. I really liked this guy growing up.
More Cute Cats. (And some dogs, too.)
This looks like a good book. My mom might be able to use it while driving around the country. :)
This blog has a 300 trailer (an R-rated one, don't watch it Kayla, yeah, right) and the test image of Rorschach from Watchmen. Awesome.

Thursday, March 8, 2007

Just chillaxing.

Stephen King confirms Dark Tower Movie, from the producers of Lost. Herm.
Don Cheadle is the awesome. And this is a movie I'd like to see.
Now here we go. The dude who directed 300 is doing Watchmen. Oh, let it be good...
Now that's a neat looking drink.

Tuesday, March 6, 2007

Thursday, or something very much like it.

If you want to go surfing, and you don't have waves, you can use dynamite to make your own. (Nobody try this at home).
Holy Moledo, this table is awesome!
A list of things on Amazon that you should NOT buy. I think they're just test pages, but it's funny that you can get to them. The review of ASDFAS (Calendar) is fantastic. (link from mangoat)
This kind of thing fascinates me. Especially since I have kids. Essentially it's a research study explaining why you shouldn't just blindly praise kids for being smart. Very interesting. (also via mangoat)
Are people at the Game Developers Conference (GDC) talking about Macs? Maybe. (again with the mangoat)

Tuesday is Wow Patch Day

So, I'll bring you some other games to play while we wait for the servers to come back up and Druids to get nerfed...

Play Offsides. Get the little dudes to the right side of the box!
Or, try Drawplay. Warning, it's LOUD.
Hey, you can be a cowboy! Try Bang Howdy! From the makers of Puzzle Pirates.
Best. Nintendo Game. EVER. Tecmo Bowl. Enjoy.
Nation States, also called Jennifer Government.
I also enjoy the Sudoku.
I've linked some other games from this site, but here's their main list. LOTS of games here.

Monday, March 5, 2007

Shout Out from Sunsword. Word.

Baby Got Back by Jonathan Coulton. Genius.
More Jonathan Coulton Here. Don't miss out, this guy is the funny.
You need more evidence? Check out Code Monkey.
Japanese aerobics that teach you English. Man, I hope this is a joke. It's funny either way, but it's really just...go watch it.
Random Kitten Generator. So CUTE!

Tuesday, February 27, 2007

What day is today? Oh, it's Thursday.

This cat is broken. Watch the cat's reaction when the dude stops. It's bizarre.
Hey, for Kayla, look, it's a cool looking anime movie. Really cool looking actually.
Hm...Fido. Interesting. Zombies. Not really sure...
If Spiders scare you, do NOT look at this picture.
Grow-style RPG game called Sprout.
All I have to say about this link, a news story, is...um...wait, what?
Mmmm....Horde birtday cake. Tastes like Durotar...
Huge list of Documentaries on Youtube. Including one on Blade Runner, and one about Hunter S. Thompson.
Neat. Monstropedia. A wiki for Monsters.
Penelope. That's strange looking. But I'd watch it.
Jim Carrey doing David Caruso on Letterman. Fantastic.

Tuesday is a light day

Cutest Bunny Game EVER.

Global warming causes ice to melt. We get to see Sea Creatures. And Fishies. See. Al Gore? It's all good.

Thursday, February 22, 2007

My Post was deleted. :(

So, there's gonna be a Milli Vanilli movie. So, two actors will pretend to be two guys who pretended to be singers. There's a wormhole opening up somewhere in there.


I'm sad because I wrote a whole post, tried to publish it, and it vanished. CURSES!!!

So here's a quick rundown:

Movies I'm interested in or that look dumb (You figure out which is which):
Fantastic Mr. Fox
The Condemned

TV Show that intrigues me:
Andy Barker, PI

That's all. I did more, but now I'm just too sad to go on.

Wednesday, February 21, 2007

Thiggidy-Thursday

Tape on cats is funny.

Give up all hope of productivity today as you try to beat Dice Wars!

Holy crap! Giant Squid!

The best parts of CSI:Miami all summed up for you. (Pay attention to the Sunglasses of Justice.)

Look at all the actors they got to be in Command and Conquer 3! That's Sawyer from Lost, Dr. Cameron from House, Michael Ironside (from no end of bad movies), Couple of People from Battlestar Galactica, and hey! Lando Calrissean!

If you get tired of Dice Wars, try Virus 2. Sadly not subtitled Electric Boogaloo.

Oh, and finally, imagine you live in Portugal, you buy a lovely farm house that's been empty for 15 years. You explore a little bit and find a barn. You open the barn, and inside you find...this.

Woohoo! Wednesday

Hooray! Resident Evil: Extinction Trailer!
Want to know all about High Definition Video and Televisions? Maybe this will help.
Van Halen is becoming Spinal Tap. Or at least as ridiculous as Spinal Tap.
The wonders of Make-Up. (I'm not vouching for the veracity of any of those pictures. Some of them look fake.)
Wow! This is Neat! Laser Graffitti.
50 Underappreciated Rap Songs in one collection. There's some nice stuff in there. I particularly like Redman (NSFW lyrics), but then, I own all his albums so, I'M not underappreciating him. What's up with the rest of you?
Scott McCloud explains Micropayments. As only he can.
And then Sean Barret (a programmer) explains Why It Probably Won't Happen.
Super Mario Beatboxing Flute. Yeah, you read that right.

Monday, February 19, 2007

Nobody's Gonna Read This

If I keep not updating. Got Mungo to 40 last night and bought an Emerald Raptor. Fantastic.

And here's a movie for you. The end user has always been a problem.

I Keep Missing Fridays.

Your penguin wants a sweater.
We so could have used this for making lunch decisions when I worked at Sony.
It is beginning. We will have our robot bodies.

I been too busy trying to get my Rogue to 40 to get my mount to have done much more searching for cool links than this, but I'll hit 40 today and tomorrow maybe I'll have more stuffs.

Thursday, February 15, 2007

Thursday, Thursday, Thursday.

NBC is producing a pilot for a new Bionic Woman tv show. Apparently.
Take any video on the net and add your own Pop-Up Video style bubbles.
All your wow map flight route needs are taken care of here.
The world's largest collection of Stock Photo Images.
Lots and lots of comic book covers.
What's in the batcave? Here's a pretty comprehensive list.
Here's a bunch of cool Flash Games.
SLING! This game is actually pretty funny. And kind of fun.
Here's another game I really enjoy, Swords and Sandals.
Apparently Dan Aykroyd has confirmed that there's going to be a Ghostbusters III. Possibly as an animated movie? Maybe with a relaunched new cast? (Like Zach Braff, Ashton Kutcher, Wilmer Valderrama, and maybe Hillary Duff or something. The kids would watch it.)

Wednesday, February 14, 2007

Happy Heart Day! <3

This is the luckiest guy ever.

Haha, Tripod.

Discount stores of the 60's.

If you are in need of some Thor merchandise, check here.

For some reason: Fluffy Motorcycle.

One of the most bizarre, fascinating things I have ever seen. I'm not even sure if it's finished yet.

Thursday, February 8, 2007

Tuesday's Child is Full of Something

Someone named Abby left a comment on one of my posts. That's awesome. I have no idea who that is. SOMEONE ELSE IS READING THE BLOG! HOORAY!

Tell your friends. We need more people reading the craziness.

I find stuff like this fascinating: List of TV shows canceled after 1 airing. Includes a random BBC show in which Hitler and Eva Braun live next door to a Jewish couple in the suburbs. Which you can watch here. Seriously, it's called Heil Honey, I'm Home.

Rabbit vs. Snake. OMG! Go Rabbit!

Your odds of dying. Of random things.

This is random. A list of advertisements that use spanking in their advertising.

Chris Rock is funny.

That is all.