Tuesday, August 29, 2006

Conan's Emmy Odyssey

Not bad for an award show medley. Especially the stops at The Office and South Park.

Wednesday, August 23, 2006

Dope Music Video

The new Mike O'Connell jam "What's it Gonna Be?", featuring Yoshido...

Dope Ad

Especially for you Grand Theft Auto lovers out there...

Thursday, August 17, 2006

Bush Goes After the Inbred Appalachian Sodomizer Vote

From Macon.com:

Moonshiner who appeared in 'Deliverance' pardoned

ATLANTA - A Georgia moonshiner who appeared in the movie "Deliverance" has received a presidential pardon for his crimes.

Randall Leece Deal, 66, was convicted in 1960 and 1964 for moonshining in North Georgia.

He was one of 16 pardons announced Wednesday by the White House.

"I had no idea it had been granted," Deal said Wednesday afternoon, as he was cooking dinner at his home in Rabun County, where he works for the sheriff's office. "Well, whoopee. I wanted to go out with a clean slate."

Deal said he was convicted when moonshining was common in the north Georgia mountains. He served two years probation for the 1960 conviction and two years probation for the 1964 conviction.

He said he applied for the pardon after hearing about another moonshiner who was pardoned in 2003.

"I figured if that guy could get one, why not me?" he said. "We're the same age."

In 1972's "Deliverance," Deal plays one of two brothers who encounter characters from Atlanta played by Burt Reynolds, Ned Beatty, Ronny Cox and Jon Voight, who get lost looking for a river during a canoe trip.

He delivers the line, "It ain't nothing but the biggest (expletive) river in the state."

At the movie's Atlanta premier, he said he told his religious mother he never used the profanity.

"I told her, 'They lied to me. They dubbed that line in there. I didn't say that,' " he said.

Monday, August 14, 2006

Chavez and Castro Moonlight for Fashion Site

Friday, August 11, 2006

Best Tombstone Ever

Official: David Hasselhoff IS The Anti-Christ

From some gossip rag:
David Hasselhoff fears he may be the Antichrist after reading conspiracy theories about himself on the internet. The star confesses he's hooked on searching his own name on the net and reading the wacky entries fans post.

He says, "I Google myself. This morning it said, 'References to David Hasselhoff: seven million, three hundred and thirty-three thousand, six hundred. Everything from me being a God to being the Antichrist.

"I actually read it and believed it. I started thinking, 'Maybe I am the Antichrist? Maybe why that's why all this weird s**t that has started happening to me and women yell at me on the street."

Thursday, August 10, 2006

Out of this World!

Whatever happened to the high concept sitcom? "My Name is Earl", with a list of wrongs to right every week? Please! "Out of this World" was about an alien who came to Earth and married a human, got her pregnant, and flew back to his planet. But he left a cube device so his half-alien daughter could communicate with him at the beginning and end of each episode. Also, because Evie (the daughter) was half-alien, she could freeze time by pressing her fingers together. What a show! Note how they cleverly hide the father's face in the opening credits (although I have no idea why it was important to keep his face hidden, I presume he had a human-like face when he went to Earth and managed to blend in and start dating).