I dunno. I put this video up in protest. I think this makes him look kind of badass and cool.
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Huh. Did not know.
Steve, I'm very disappointed.
Seven or eight years ago, the news broke that Steve Jobs had been diagnosed with pancreatic cancer, but considering it a private matter, he delayed in informing Apple's board, and Apple's board delayed in informing the shareholders. So what. The only delay that really mattered was that Steve, it turned out, had been treating his pancreatic cancer with a special diet and other alternative therapies, prescribed by his naturopath.
I guess if you've got nothing better to do, and really like protein bars, this is OK.
Honestly, I don't think he got them all.
Insane Clown Possee's new syrupy video paves the way for their transformation to an X-tian cult.
The Posse is about to transform into a Christian cult.
Seriously, if you take the curse words out of the video and wipe that ridiculous clown makeup off the jackasses rapping, these dudes could make a (second) mint off touring the mega-church circuit with this song. But they don't need to, because they've got a big enough audience of incredibly and inexplicably devout followers start their own mega-church -- which is precisely what they plan to do.
That's right, we're calling it. Let the conspiracy-theorizing start here: ICP is turning their marketing savvy and army of dedicated followers into the next big Christian cult. Step aside Jehovah's Witnesses and Mormons -- the Church of Jesus Christ, Latter Day Clown is on the rise.
I don't know which surprises me less: that a geek put on a real cosplay show and fancies himself a superhero; or that there's a league of them, and they haven't pulled their homepage out of 1995.
Looks like he's registered on the World Superhero Registry, too.
He calls himself the Watchman. He won't give his real name.
His identity is obscured by a bright red mask that covers half his goateed face. He wears black boots, black pants, black leather gloves and a black trench coat, but there's a large yellow circle on the chest of his black hooded sweatshirt, with a big W.
"I'm what people refer to as a real-life superhero," he says.
By night, on weekends, he patrols Milwaukee's Riverwest neighborhood, looking for injustice and evildoers. By day? That's a mystery.
Nice try jerks. Pandora drops the blame on the fees being demanded by record labels and rights societies (like the CRIA).
Canadian Recording Industry Association President Graham Henderson, doing his best to alleviate the music service concerns, essentially says that they are wrong and that licence fees are not problem. Instead, he argues that copyright that is the real reason the services are not entering the country (none of the services interviewed appear to have raised copyright as a concern), claiming that Canadians "have no appetite for a legal marketplace." Yet according to Pandora, it is the music industry that is to blame, not the law nor individual Canadians.
Homeopathy, like many "natural medicines," can kill. In homeopathy's case, it's when it's substituted for actual needed medicine.
Japan may soon join Switzerland and Germany, where governments have concluded that homeopathy is ineffective; national health insurance no longer reimburses for homeopathic treatments there. (Ironically, homeopathy originated in Germany 200 years ago.)
Other European nations might follow suit, too. After a scathing report on homeopathy by the U.K. House of Commons Science and Technology Committee in February 2010, the British Medical Association this August called upon the U.K. National Health Service to refuse payments for homeopathy, to eliminate funding for homeopathic hospitals, and to otherwise instruct doctors to not prescribe, refer, or recommend homeopathy to patients.
Nuts to those Canadian socialists!
Oh, the pain.
Recently, at an Asian fusion restaurant, I was offered a thing called an Asiadilla. This was a quesadilla with roast duck and hoisin sauce inside it. Just let that idea sink into your mind and permeate your tastebuds -- in essence, it's Beijing Duck crossed with Tex-Mex. With extra cheese. Watching The Last Airbender is like being force-fed a hundred Asiadillas, washed down with a pitcher of overly sweet Saketinis. The Asian kitsch flies at you, from the yin-yang fish to the army of Samurai who are all South Asian. You want a cheesy foreign backdrop for your fantasy epic? M. Night Shyamalan will smother you in cheese! Because the setting, in this movie, is just another trickster making fun of your desire to believe in it. Airbender's Asia is a giant pantomime, and you are Puss in Boots.
I have one of the reverse snuggies. It's great when I'm getting out of the shower.
It's sad, but I'd probably watch this.
From MST3KInfo: Some guy named Rupert Munch Jr. wants to commit a crime against humanity and make a sequel to "Manos: The Hands of Fate", possibly the worst movie ever made.
To add insult to injury, he wants it to star Jackey Raye Neyman Jones, who played the daughter-cum-wife in the original film. Or rather, "film".
Jackey saw our productions. She told us that through the years, she has seen every ToRgO and Master, shtick, bit, film, play, comic, etc. come down the chute, but she thought they were all...(sorry to anyone out there)...unworthy. But she felt our "style, humor, intelligence, and love/respect for the characters" resonated with her, and she wanted to participate in some way! We told her we would like to do a feature length sequel to "Manos" with as many of the original cast and their families as possible. ... We want to do it in a contemporary style (40+ years later), that still captures the spirit, awkwardness and magic of Manos."
Now that Lost is finished, there were some unfinished threads which need to be tied up.
Coming in July 2010. A seemingly actual product.