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Thank You, Internet: Dance, Dance, Dance Doctors Who

Strangely hypnotic, this.

via journal of impossible things

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On Our ‘To Do’ List: Punch the Internet

There are days, man.

So many days.

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Scott Pilgrim, Getting It All Together: Game Trailer, Movie Trailer Review, Avatar Creating, Fan Art, Flesh Art, Overload

Bryan Lee O’Malley provided the sketch. Twitter friend, and cartoonist, Harry Myland IV gave it the animation.

An epic overload of Scott Pilgrim stuff below the cut.

Really. You can’t imagine what we threw down there.
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Chris Hansen is Watching You Poop

Jeff Goldblum has company.

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Where the Bloody Hell are They?


Booboo’s stealing food.

Madonna’s stealing babies.

Bill Murray’s washing your dishes.

Found in and around ONTD.

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This Post is So Gay

All of these were found around the ONTD Livejournal. One has nothing to do with the other. They all made me laugh in that non-PC sorta way:


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The Superman Hype is Building

Over on that devil creature known as MySpace, Superman Returns is collecting images of you sporting that jazzy red, yellow and blue crest/shield.

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House Makes Funny Faces

I can’t swing a dead cat without hitting a funny House M.D. avatar. Seeing as tonight’s the season finale and that cantankerous old bastard gets shot by an old patient. I’ll post’em.


who’s house? runs house!

(via more livejournal diving)

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Merry Mutant Mayhem

Three X-Men based avatars:

And one X-adjacent:

darwin rulez

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Stephen Colbert, he just nailed ya

filled with truthiness

Master Colbert’s alter ego Stephen Colbert has gained more popularity than I imagined from his remarkable White House Dinner speech thingie. I’ve been willingly net-blind to events the last few days. Luckily I caught the act afterwards.

Mark Smith, a reporter for The Associated Press who is president of the White House Correspondents’ Association, acknowledges that he had not seen much of Stephen Colbert on Comedy Central before he booked him as the main entertainment for the association’s annual black-tie dinner on Saturday night. But he says he knew enough about Mr. Colbert — “He not only skewers politicians, he skewers those of us in the media” — to expect that he would cause some good-natured discomfort among the 2,600 guests, many of them politicians and reporters.

What Mr. Smith did not anticipate, he said, was that Mr. Colbert’s nearly 20-minute address would become one of the most hotly debated topics in the politically charged blogosphere. Mr. Colbert delivered his remarks in character as the Bill O’Reillyesque commentator he plays on “The Colbert Report,” although this time his principal foil, President Bush, was just a few feet away.


At issue was a heavily nuanced, often ironic performance by Mr. Colbert, who got in many licks at the president — on the invasion of Iraq, on the administration’s penchant for secrecy, on domestic eavesdropping — with lines that sounded supportive of Mr. Bush but were quickly revealed to be anything but. And all this after Mr. Colbert tried, at the outset, to soften up the president by mocking his intelligence, saying that he and Mr. Bush were “not so different,” by which he meant, he explained, “we’re not brainiacs on the nerd patrol.”

“Now I know there’s some polls out there saying this man has a 32-percent approval rating,” Mr. Colbert said a few moments later. “But guys like us, we don’t pay attention to the polls. We know that polls are just a collection of statistics that reflect what people are thinking ‘in reality.’ And reality has a well-known liberal bias.”

That line got a relatively warm laugh, but many others were met with near silence. In one such instance, he criticized reporters for likening Mr. Bush’s recent staff changes to “rearranging the deck chairs on the Titanic.” “This administration is not sinking,” Mr. Colbert said; “this administration is soaring. If anything, they are rearranging the deck chairs on the Hindenburg.”

In all honesty, everything he did he woulda done anyway on his own show. Glad to see that he didn’t change the act just cause he was all tuxed up and next to the president.

(via aol news via oh no they didn’t)

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