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Friday, October 31, 2008

Happy Hallowe'en

And remember kids, safety first!

Find more demented Happy Tree Friends films here.

Find the entire 30-Second Bunnies Theatre Library here.

Wednesday, October 29, 2008

A Century In Video - 1922

Just in time for Hallowe'en I bring you a vampire classic.

Warning. This is the entire movie. So don't start if you don't have 1:25 to waste on a bald vampire.

Here is the Wikipedia entry.

And from IMDb.

Fun Fact!
If the lead actor Max Schreck was still alive, he'd be 129 years old. Of course since vampires are immortal, his age doesn't matter.

Happy Hallowe'en everyone, and watch out for the scary shit.

Friday, October 24, 2008

I'm Not Putting That In My Mouth

I can't stand sweet liqueurs.

Which is probably a good thing or I might be really tempted to down a Popsy


Tuesday, October 21, 2008

One Wiener To Rule Them All

Brat would probably lay down in the middle of the track and look @ us like we were nuts.

More here

Monday, October 20, 2008

O.M.F.G! The Pepper, The Pepper...

... It's out to get me!

I love the site Faces in Places. People all over post pictures of things that look like faces.

Sounds simplistic? It is. But it's also kinda weird and wonderful. Pictures can be funny, whimsical, bizarre. Or as in this recent favourite, kinda scary.

Sunday, October 19, 2008

It Was an Itsy Bitsy, Teeny, Weeny...

...minuscule piece of art

Willard Wigan literally creates art in the eye of a needle.

See his site for more examples of his work.

Apparently enough people doubted his art that he rated a Snopes entry.

Thursday, October 16, 2008

Carte Blanche

The Cedar Mill Community Library (Portland, Oregon) really likes to name their book trucks. And they aren't naming them Bob or Sue.

Here is a wonderful photo gallery of a bunch of their truck names, most a play on the word cart.

The set lives here.

Wednesday, October 01, 2008

Oy, A Bit More Sarah

Not that Sarah, the other Sarah

I don't always understand her humour, but at times I find her incredible funny. Like when she's F*%king Matt Damon.

Now she (and the Jewish Council for Education and Research) are campaigning for Obama. They want everyone to convice their Jewish grandparents to vote for Obama.

They produced this hilarious (and I might add humorously offensive) video to help all the young Jews get started.

Fun facts:
1. [his] foreign policy is much more stabilizing than John McCain's
2. He wants to protect social security
3. His brisket is beyond

Of course most of the points made in the video are for the sake of humour. But they do have some interesting info at the official Great Schlep site.

Even if you are not a young American Jew, please take a look.

Final note. Why do I write so much about American and not at all about Canadian politics. Because except for one singular example of puffin pooping, Canadian politics are not in-your-face funny.

I also haven't watched any Rick Mercer lately