Archive for June, 2009

Japan’s version of the Afrac duck

June 30, 2009

I love Japanese television.

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Fun with plastic and a lighter

June 30, 2009

Those plastic see-through cd’s that come in spindles of blanks can be so much fun when you just add a lighter to the equation.

Michael Jackson’s father continues to pimp out his record label

June 30, 2009

Joe Jackson might the most opportunistic douchebag in history.  That covers a lot of ground, people.  Fresh off his bizarre interview at the BET Awards where he plugged his new record label, Joe couldn’t help but plug is record label again while at a press conference.

Why is Al Sharpton on the stage?  Nevermind, there’s cameras around……

“Transformer”

June 29, 2009

There’s a reason why you should secure your laptop.

Cotton candy storm warning

June 29, 2009

A Daniela Edburg print, via Found Shit

Michael Jackson’s father grieves by plugging his record label. Just a bizarre interview from start to finish.

June 29, 2009

Weird man..it gets even weirder from around the 1:00 mark.  Joe Jackson, father of Michael gives one of the most bizarre red carpet interviews I’ve ever seen.  Watch as Joe has his publicist, attorney, and business partner all chime in.  Bonus fail: Joe plugs his latest business venture at the end.  He seems to show none of the grief you’d expect from a father that had just lost his meal ticket son.

Find your first computer at the Computer History Museum

June 28, 2009

Fun.  See your old Commodore 64 at the Computer History Museum in Mountain View, California.

Official website of the Computer History Museum

“The Hurt Locker” opening nationwide in July

June 28, 2009

The film opened this past Friday in New York and L.A.  Looks pretty good.

“Anonanimal” by Andrew Bird

June 28, 2009

Multi-instrumentalist Andrew Bird performing “Anonanimal” from his latest cd, The Noble Beast. Check out more of Andrew Bird’s music at his official website.

“Kush Support-A Natural Rest for the Breast”

June 25, 2009

What. The. Hell?

Via Geekologie