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Member since: October 22, 2004
Is that Charlize Theron?
I thought it might have been a student film or something. I dunno. I didn't put too much thought into it, other than "that was pretty cool."
"Fox Steals From Itself
While other networks have been firing off legal notices to the video website YouTube.com demanding that they remove content from their programming, Fox on Friday uploaded a live version of the opening title sequence of The Simpsons to the site, in which human characters mimic the actions of the animated ones. The Los Angeles Times blog "Channel Island" reported that the clip was produced by the U.K. ad agency Devilfish and was designed to promote the upcoming 17th season of the series on Sky One, Fox's corporate sibling in Britain. The clip was quickly picked up by other websites, becoming what a studio spokeswoman described as "a viral campaign," adding, "It's amazing how quickly it went around the world." "
It was all just a big advertisement for the Simpsons made by Fox. This saddens me.
Why is there a pron gallery?
I complained to Proctor and Gamble about stale Pringles and they sent me several coupons for free cans.
Demetri Martin is funny.
What, no Virgin Mary imprints?
Blue team FTW!
"If a train leaves Austin at 10:37 am traveling at 57 mph and another train leaves Ontario at 9:50 am traveling at 48 kph, how much does an oxen weigh?
Depends on the type of train, if it is a Pacific Trails type, I'd say about 78 stones. However if it is the highly inferior Amtrak train, then I'd say roughtly 68."
I'm confused. Was this posted to help out the one or two female posters here, or is so the rest of the guys can see bouncing polygons?
John Mecina I think his name is.
This is pretty fun.
Though I still haven't recieved my answer.
I had just tried to make a version of Link out of Legos. I didn't get far because I don't have any green pieces.
The last two are amazing. I can't find the guys head in the bookcase picture.
"Garfield" changes from being a comic about a sassy, corpulent feline, and becomes a compelling picture of a lonely, pathetic, delusional man who talks to his pets. Consider that Jon, according to Garfield canon, cannot hear his cat's thoughts. This is the world as he sees it. This is his story."
Jon is crazy. These are more funny than the originals. Kinda like that random Garfield comic generator, it created comics way better than the originals.
I thought Batman looked awesome.
Oh, it was puzzle 7. I see the answer, and I knew it was something similar to that but I couldn't quite get it. This is neat.
This is a lot of fun. My score was 14725. I couldn't beat the sixthor seventh puzzle.
That last cat is in a kitty wheelchair! ZOMG!
Why are some of the casts SO much larger than the actual limb (like that chihuahua)?
Ninja bananas rule.
That's a lot of mazes!
That was very mean. The kid was obviously quite upset and will probably never use a computer, play a maze, or trust his dad again.
I had a dream that I saw a commercial advertising these little people. You would get one a month for $60 a year. It was weird.
They shaved a kiwi!
Between this and Cute Overload and Things that make you go Aww and Puppy/Kitten War, I've seen enough cute things to last the rest of the year.
I viewed this a few months ago and they were still here. Oh well, better start googling.
Boring. I thought the Diamond Baby was way better.
It's kinda like watching Alton Brown cook. He explains why sugar is adder or why salt helps and stuff. It's really great to understand the how's and why's of cooking.
That was neat.
I also liked the Multi-touch interface screen demo. That was nifty.
He should go with the Recording Contract. It's got more "funtential."
I never completed any of the others. Now there's another I'll never finish!
NO GIRLS ALLOWED!
I like the puppy named TiVo.
Behold, they are no longer internet virgins.
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