See you next year.
Archive for December, 2006
More end-of-year goodness, complete with links to the toons.
14-year-old performance from David Sedaris as Crumpet the Elf.
Those totally awesome Bratz dolls that I’m getting everuone for Christmas – built by slave labor.
That post title is so meta, it blows my mind. Sometimes, I’m the funniest person I know.
Anyhoo, enjoy the best propaganda for drinking another species’ milk yet.
I don’t know about “very,” but there are some good ones.
Chicago area student hides his precious bodily fluids in the ranch dressing.
You know you clicked on it.
Front row seat to best/dumbest way to get away from the cops.
iTunes is giving away the pilot episode of Frisky Dingo.
Apologies to the dry hump of marketing strategies.
Why are women, who have the whole male world at their mercy, not funny? Please do not pretend not to know what I am talking about.
I don’t know if this is a Kaufman tribute, a Kramer send-up, or real.
*UPDATE*- turns out, whatever it was, it wasn’t real.
Do you like designing things, but hate getting all that awful money in your pocket? Then you should enter the FACTORY GIRL poster designing contest! Design a poster for a movie no one has any interest in seeing, and recieve a free screening of said movie for your trouble.*
How many people know George Lowe collects folk art? How many people even know who the hell George Lowe is? And where were his rings, huh? Where were his rings, funny boys? It isn’t George Lowe without the bling. Get it right.
Even Oswalt knows Squidbillies is where it’s at now.
The big-footed Ross passes on this news from my spiritual homeland.
For those of us who just can’t get enough Kevin Smith… there may not be 47 reasons why MTV doesn’t suck, but there is one.
Though something tells me going to Columbia would have made me even more miserable.
New Bond and sex bomb Daniel Craig wants the superspy to go gay. Because all good looking guys are gay. It’s true.
Demi-god Orson lends his voice to a parable on freedom. From the days when people’s attention spans could actually sustain something that lasts six minutes.