Archive for November, 2008

Adam Sandler sings his ode to turkey on Thanksgiving

November 25, 2008

A classic.  Happy Thanksgiving!

Youtube favorites remixed

November 24, 2008

Kind of funny.

Cat tames Roomba

November 24, 2008

Kids look stupid while playing video games.

November 24, 2008

I’m assuming I look worse…

Via Geekologie

Hot Club of Tuscon performing the Cantina song from “Star Wars”

November 24, 2008

I’m such a nerd to be excited about this.

Pre-teen girls love American Idol runner-up David Archeletta. Example: their reaction to his losing the American Idol final.

November 24, 2008

I’m sure they’ll look back on this and laugh one day, but how did it get on the internet? Regardless, it’s funny.

Newark, New Jersey cop chokes photographer while photographer is cuffed. Photographer’s “crime”? Filming on a public sidewalk.

November 23, 2008

Newark, NJ cop apparently forgets about the First Amendment as he arrests cameraman for filming.  In broad daylight.  On a public street.  I’m sure this is an isolated incident.

More on this story here.

63 of the weirdest photos you’ll see today.

November 23, 2008

See the entire collection here.

Via About.com

What’s Eating Buster Bluth?

November 23, 2008

A great tribute to my favorite character from Arrested Development, Buster Bluth, masterfully played by Tony Hale. The song is “Happy-Go-Lucky-Me” performed by Paul Evans.

Video Wars: “Freaxx” by Brokencyde

November 23, 2008

Video Wars started as an informal gag between myself and some friends. We would send terrible music videos to one another in an attempt to out-mortify one another. These videos are not for the faint of heart, or for those who have an empty stomach. This week’s entry is “Freaxx” by Brokencyde. This is a perfect storm of terrible-ness and shows the ugly side of the availability of audio and video recording technology. Seriously, this might the most awful thing I’ve ever seen. I know it’ll be painful, but watch the whole thing. It jumps off to uncharted regions of suck around the 1:50 mark.