Tweeting about the New York Times profile piece on you that you don’t want anyone to read is a bad strategy. Just Trying To Help, Kali
Pathetic Geek Stories are the BEST
Pathetic Geek Stories was a weekly series of comic strips based on the humiliating and darkly funny true stories of bygone adolescent trauma submitted by readers. It was basically awesome. Unfortunately, the strips are not longer being produced, but the archives are always good for a laugh. Like group therapy through art, sort of.
The Years Haven't Mellowed You!
Is there anyone you would actually kill if you knew you could get away with it? I find it repellent when people do yoga exercises at the gate in airports. I want to kill them. — John Waters in a Q&A with the New York Times.
MacGruber was really funny
I know the reviews are bad, but we honestly laughed — hard — throughout. If you like the skit (and who doesn’t, right?), you’ll like the movie. They go all out with the crude and the stupid, but hilariously.
First human 'infected with computer virus'
It’s not quite what you think, but it’s still pretty good.
Isn't "icing" just self-imposed viral marketing?
And what’s cool or even funny about that? No, really. I’m asking.
Drunk Hulk on Twitter
I wish I was friends with whoever writes this.
"My brother is my boyfriend, and I am his...
Um. I just. Cannot. What?: Over the past few months, [twins Elijah and Milo Peters] have become two of the most controversial performers to hit the gay porn world in a very long time. That’s because they’re willing to break a taboo that, even in an industry that thrives on extremes, is too extreme for many: twin incest (or, more succinctly, twincest). While the concept of twin...
"Too Many Jews on the Supreme Court"
— by Pat “Old Coot” Buchanan And once again, I thank conservatives for saying EXACTLY what they mean.
Once or twice during the week, I dream that it is...
I swear — I really do! I know I’m not unique or anything but damn I love not going to work.
Now that I think about it, I'm pretty sure I've...
This is the first.
Something I've Noticed About Old-School New...
They use the gerund form when people generally use the present perfect. Some comparing and contrasting: Me: I’ve lived here for eight years. OSNY: I’m living here for eight years. And here’s a double whammy example — in which this tendency is combined with the use of the present indicative to describe a preterite condition: Me: I’ve known him since I was six...
I met M.I.A. last night...
and we chatted — mostly *I* chatted — about…um, some things. So, yeah. That was cool.
Machete: A Movie for Arizona Robert Rodriguez’s trailer for Machete, featuring a bunch of people you recognize (including Danny Trejo, that guy with super badass face who’s always in movies and who you’re always like, “What is that guy’s name?), about some unfortunate types who “just fucked with the wrong Mexican.”
Gummi Bear Surgery
A how-to guide on how to perform gummi heart transplants, for example: