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The article for "Literacy" is brilliant.
Link also did not work for ZMannZilla, Owner Of Decrepit Electronics And Rejector Of Updates
In the comments section for the "Bruce Superman" article, I found a link to in4mador.com. Weird, and dare I say, eerie.
From the Buscemi Twitter:
"spoke with Christopher Walken regarding his fake Twitter. Trying to convince him to start a real one...he fears it won't be as good."
And we have officially come full circle!
I used to live in Buffalo, NY, where getting the Seneca Nation Casino built was supposedly a huge issue. I can only laugh at the irony, from a safe distance of course. Buffalo's probably got a better chance than any ironically to get through this, since most of its citizens have already been living in an economic depression since the late 90's.
That was absolutely hilarious. Too many excellent scenes to cite.
@Psyconius: "Jazz" is a different sort of music from "bluegrass", yet both are music. My inability to provide a proper adjective for Rikiman's rehashing of other people's music does not alter the fact that music can, and often IS, categorized into genres, by people who aren't necessarily without taste.
Well, it's my turn to be odd-man-out with an "eh, it's OK I guess". I guess you just have to be into that sort of music.
I opted to be the producer for a two-piece femme-pop band instead of the lead singer, because Sunrise Mall is not the name of any bad I'd ever be in, but rules are rules.
Band: Sunrise Mall
Album: Drag Them Down To Your Level
Check it out here: http://www.buzzfeed.com/zmannzilla/sunrise-mall-is-a-two-piece-femme-pop-fusion-of-cl-1cmj-7ps
They also serve those same garbage plates in Buffalo, NY, at a place called University Hots. Of course they renamed it "The College Plate", but it's the same principle. Awesome stuff.
I really empathized with those kids somehow.
Must have been the sombreros.
I agree Ty, but the thing that fascinated me was the unspoken moral of the film - the only way to survive a zombie outbreak is to keep your friends alive long enough to be used as bait while you make your own escape.
@Bargantuan: Absolutely amazing solution. Mine ended up looking like something Rube Goldberg would reject for being too complicated.
"Obeying the night"
This is like the title of a Michael McDonald song about masturbation.
Having actually been hit by a chair in a wrestling ring, I can assure you they aren't fake.
Psyconius is Sylvester Stallone???
Other fun ones:
Alec Baldwin = Folly
Dick Cheney = Dull
Christina Ricci = Clap
Flava Flav = Fail
Stripcreator = Stupidity
18 out of 20. I screwed up the "Heath/Skor" conundrum and failed to identify a Clark Bar. And this was a cruel thing to do to myself whilst dieting.
Way too addictive. I'm really glad there's a "Save Game" feature.
US Department Of Homeland Security: "The World's Favourite Airline"
America: "Making Transactions Into Relationships"
Durex: "Make Every Drop Count"
The man has clearly hacked the official databases of the Ministry Of Silly Walks.
Their logo makes me want to go bowling.
Basketballs don't hold grudges. What, it's already been done? Damn.
Best line ever:
“I DON’T WANT YOUR SUCK!!!” HE SCREAMS OUT, BARELY AWARE OF WHAT HE’S SAYING, “I JUST WANT YOUR BALLS!! AND NOW I HAVE THEM!!“
These would make for a really neat series of animated shorts, something that would have been on Liquid Television back in the day.
The first one looks like it could have been one of the posters on the wall of the creepy library from that Stephen King story "The Library Policeman".
This is pretty amazing, but now that damn Chromeo song is stuck in my head.
In response to jBot's post, the fact that DuChamp's "Fountain" (essentially, a sideways urinal with a pseudonym scrawled on the side) was voted the most influential work of art of the 20th Century, I think we can allow for an E-Z-Hack version of "Pong" to be considered art.
Mind you, it's not necessarily GOOD art, but that doesn't stop it from being art.
The thing that really got me was that 9/10 of the settings selected were barely discernible from locations in the movies, so it really didn't seem quite as exotic as it could have been. I agree with Bargaintuan on this one.
Despite a conspicuous lack of rope and fire, a very fun game. Obvious high score cheaters though.
I heard that 75% of this movie's budget went into the director's pocket, 20% went to the actors, and the other 5% was to pay any fees incurred in the filming of this movie.
I actually found this more amusing than "Arbuckle" for some reason.
Ah, you got me. I want in as well.
-3 on the sample hole, tried to make a course, lost interest 5 minutes in. My attention span sucks when I have a cold.
But where is Ron Paul's house?
Hahahaha... I rickroll'd the last page.
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