Archive for the 'I endorse it!' Category
He’s got my vote.
What? It’s totally scientific and arty. It is the New York Times.
This is a fan film released in time for the big Celebration V last week. It’s actually not bad. It’s not great, but it’s not bad. It looks really good, anyway. It’s 20 minutes long, and it’s only the first half, and I highly recommend going full screen on it.
After spending quite a few extra minutes and strained shoulders the last few trips trying to determine if I am grabbing the right suitcase off the belt, I really want one of these stickers. I just can’t decide which one.
You worth my while.
You Rambo musical.
I like you style.
This educational video for Korean students to learn English swear words is one of the most pickled things I’ve seen in a long time.
Oprah is giving away TV shows now. Something tell me most of what passes for Oprah-friendly fare on her new network isn’t going to have a lot of appeal, but I would totally watch this guy’s show. And not just because he has the sexiest of palsies.
This is another of my favorite things I saw this week. Clearly, this is one brand that understands what the digital realm can and cannot do. And their app is very good, too.
Might actually be Whitney Huston. Not sure. I do know it’s the best thing I saw all day, maybe all week. Watch the whole thing.
This is a short documentary about the wall painting advertisers of NYC, produced by the fine folks at Mother. Because they don’t have anything better to do I guess than go out and make documentaries now. Anyway, it’s 12 minutes, and it’s gorgeous and heartbreaking. And for some reason I want a Stella. Wait a minute… SON OF A BITCH!
I like Fridays, because I know it won’t take long for the norms to skeddadle and I’ll have the building to myself and I can watch things like the Archive of American Television’s interview with Robert Culp. I always liked that guy. I loved I Spy as a kid, and I genuinely credit that show and its stars with forming my core values about what “cool guys” were like and that color was just a color. And when he showed up later on Greatest American Hero he was the same cool cat. I’m gonna miss that guy.
It was a late night, drinking, eating fried foods, listening to women complain about the cute boys not in their lives. I need to work off some of this steam. This Teen Steam.
I like Bill Paxton. I’ve always thought he was a decent actor, if somewhat limited in his range. But he seems like a good guy who’s probably had to work pretty hard to get where he is, and I certainly wouldn’t begrudge him his success. And I imagine he’s the kind of guy that would really appreciate the kind of dedication that goes into something like this.
Be sure to check out the video library of the Bill Paxton Pinball Machine here.
I never fails to astonish me the extent to which a woman will heartily instigate a man’s misfortune.
See an interview with the old man and get his side of the story here. NSFchinamen
If I were the sort of person who’d had a clique of friends who liked doing nerdy things with me, and I also had an absurd amount of time and money, I would probably do something like build a room just for Dungeons & Dragons®, complete with portcullis and functioning fog machine.
Have you ever seen a Christian tramp stamp? Give a man a dog, and he plays for an afternoon. Teach a man to put a dog in a bathtub, and he plays for a lifetime.