This is awesome: Man Robs Long Island Bank Wearing Darth Vader Mask. Actually he was also wearing the cape and breast plate — looks like he was about 2/3 fully ‘Vadered. I just wish I knew what he said to the teller. Was it the basic “Gimme all the money” or did he put on a James Earl Jones voice and say something silly like “Luke, I am your bank robber…” Awesome. Oh, yeah, stealing is wrong.
The tarring and subsequent firing of Shirley Sherrod is wrong in so many ways — Breitbart and company are utter tools, which isn’t exactly news, but the White House and Tom Vilsack have reacted poorly, to say the least. All I’m gonna say is this. If you’re being a douchebag in the public square, if you’re out there spouting cynical garbage — stuff you know isn’t even true but you say it to play to your racist followers — do try to avoid silly typos. […]
From Comics with Problems, “Dignity and Respect: A Training Guide on Homosexual Conduct Policy”. The nitty gritty of the awkward protocols dictated by a bizarre policy told in comic book form — it ain’t exactly Sgt. Rock. Actually, it may be Sgt. Rock — we’re didn’t inquire re: Sgt.’s hardness and if we knew we wouldn’t tell.
Google Chrome can’t find google.com but suggests I might find google.com by simply Googling google.com. I’m not feeling lucky.
What are the last words a redneck says before he dies? “Watch this…” EMBED-Basketball Trick Shot Fail – Watch more free videos
When it comes to TV commercials for products you apply to your intimate areas, nothing can top the ’80s spots that began “Mom, do you ever get that … not-so-fresh feeling?” I wonder whether I would still be so sure of myself if I spoke Japanese. This is potentially just as good.
Why do I keep posting soccer videos? Must be the slow creep, creep, creep of World Cup Fever. Here’s an outstanding celebration from the Danish Superliga. Love the Superliga.
I can’t say Sparklehorse was the most consistent group/guy in music, but when it/he was good he was very good. Mark Linkous killed himself Sunday — very sad.
“Daddy was making them watch yet another documentary on the impact of Bauhaus on American architecture.” –from Unhappy Hipsters, a deconstruction of the photography in Dwell magazine.