WINONA RYDER CALLED TO TESTIFY AS EXPERT IN... →
rebloggedforfrank: (This is old but I never saw it.) The plaintiff says he suffers from several mental health problems brought on by WoW’s “alienating” features, such as forcing beginners to walk or run to get from one point to another instead of speedier options available to those who master the game or buy an expansion pack. Estavillo says that the slow pace is “deceitful” because more time =...
notnadia: chrisreblogs: notnadia: elision: Hysterical, although I still think Chatroulette is REALLY SCARY just in concept. I feel like I’ve reached the embarrassing part of my life where: I do not know what Chatroulette is? …yeah. That’s simple: Imagine a tool where people can anomalously be connect with video to total strangers. Basically the thing to scare every parent out there. ...
Confession: I have never been a huge fan of Transforners. Double confession: I have never actually seen Transforners: The Movie from 1986. I like robots, I like vehicle, I like transforming… I just never got into the Transformers. And, as far as I know, every single game has sucked. Which is weird because you have giant robots fighting and shooting and turning into cars and racing...
Answers to Dr. Brain-Wizard's Logic Puzzles →
by Curtis Retherford at McSweeny’s For any one who had read Encyclopedia Brown and thought “What is NOT wrong about this so called mystery?!”
ummm... Tony Macaroni
patbaer: Guys, am I supposed to know who Tony Macaroni is? Because he emailed me today… for some reason he thinks I’m involved in John and Will’s podcast. This dude is NOT happy. Far as I can tell he is either a restaurant or a new age pianist.
hugel: Tim Burton’s Weekend At Bernies by Landline. Let me say that someone needs to write and actual movie for Storie and Hugel to be waifish in.
This Is About Smith →
halphillips: Reblogging this for people I know who were involved with that show. anoush: After seeing this show, which I found great, I realized that there are certain things people will never know about me unless I come out and tell them, or unless the conversation calls for it. You know what, though? It’s alright. Like, when people ask - where did you go to college? Normally, I’d say...
Guess I'm a Young!
iamwhitehouse: purns: alexbalk: Cho: http://pewresearch.org/millennials/quiz/index.php Me: oy Me: Somehow I got an 82 Cho: hahaha Cho: i got an 80! Me: HAHAHAH Me: Shut it, Grandpa. 39! GET OFF MY LAWN! 87! GET OFF MY HOVER LAWN! (insert appropriate millennial abbreviation for laughter and/or pawnage. Ah, I see where those 13 points went.) 51! GET OFF MY… Damn it....
Breaking Up With History →
A few years ago, I found a Time Machine. Recognizing that Time Travel posed serious risks to the delicate fabric of our reality, I decided that it would be fooldhardy to use the Machine for anything of great import. So I’ve been using it like a dating service. And oh boy, is that backfiring. Part of Year of the Blog
snapalicious: My coworker is quoting lines from The Wire. This is the sort of guy who doesn’t just quote a line, he has to quote an entire scene, acting out multiple characters. I hope he’s doing the “F*ck” scene.
gamefreaksnz: Halo Spartan Master Chief goes on a Date with Stormtrooper Who says spartans and stormtroopers can’t get along?