Programming Note

July 29, 2009

I’ll be in P-Town Thursday to Monday and will not have internet access. 🙂

EnteringPtown

xo

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Blog Of The Day: Lamebook

July 29, 2009

Ok, don’t know how I missed this one but Lamebook re-posts Facebook’s best/worst moments. For example [click to enlarge]:

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lamebook thanks kyle

Basically it’s like “STFU, Parents” but doesn’t discriminate.  😉

More: Lambook.com

Thanks, Tom.


Glenn Beck: Obama Is Racist

July 28, 2009

Oh Glenn, will you please go away and STFU?!

Via JMG.


Blog Of The Day: Men Who Look Like Old Lesbians

July 27, 2009
kevin bacon
Kevin Bacon
paul mccartney
Paul McCartney
leigh foxx

Leigh Foxx

But seriously, Paul McCartney has been freaking me out for years…

More: Men Who Look Like Old Lesbians

Thanks, Beth


My Current Desktop

July 24, 2009

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Grand Central Terminal, taken after a stupid job interview in stupid Midtown.  At least I got a good pic out of it. Click pic to enlarge.


Opening Today: “In The Loop”

July 24, 2009

This movie somehow completely escaped me:

Vodpod videos no longer available.

The Awl collected some choice reviews:

New York Daily News: “It would be a perfectly respectable use of this space to do nothing more than rave about the collected works of British television genius Armando Iannucci. However, then we wouldn’t have room to laud his first foray into film, which happens to be one of the sharpest satires in years.”

New York Times: “The plot is as intricate and elegant as a computer circuit board, though at times it looks more like a tangle of crossed wires. The short summary is that everybody betrays everybody else, that opportunism trumps idealism and that telling the truth is a matter of tactical calculation rather than ethical imperative…. The audience, meanwhile, is likely to die laughing. While ‘In the Loop’ is a highly disciplined inquiry into a very serious subject, it is also, line by filthy line, scene by chaotic scene, by far the funniest big-screen satire in recent memory.”

Boston Globe
: “‘In the Loop’ is that rare film utterly without heroes; instead, it amasses a group of boobs, users, and charlatans on both sides of the Atlantic and asks us to recognize our duly elected and appointed officials. You’ll laugh until you bleed, or vice versa.”

Los Angeles Times
: “Violently verbose and startlingly impolite, with shovelfuls of obscenities, “In the Loop” is the most savage, biting political satire on the big screen in years.”

And finally, the Guardian, noting the UK release of the DVD: “This is so far ahead of other current comedies that I had more laughs from the 27 minutes of deleted scenes than any other full-length movie this year.”

Sign me up!

More: Rotten Tomatoes (93%!) | Trailer Addict (Clips, additional trailers, and deleted scenes)


I Could Watch This All Day

July 24, 2009

HD video of the world’s second largest aquarium, Kuroshio Sea.

Via Towleroad.