Stimulus Bill

Don’t worry guys, I’ll take care of this one…again.

There’s always more interesting photos on my Flickr.


The old internet machine has taken a bit of a back seat this week. I’ve got shelves to build, lights to paint and more trail mix than I know what to do with. Seriously, where am I going to put all this trail mix.
Lovely Listing – A blog dedicated to poorly photographed apartments in rental ads. It’s sad that this blog has so much material. The writing isn’t great, but the pictures are hilarious! Courtesy of Ashlinn.
Wainy Days – David Wain’s webisodes. Funny stuff.
Keamy’s Paradise – For those who just can’t get over that season 4 madman.
Vern Fonk I swear to God, these are real commercials for a real insurance company. The northwest is weird.
Turn off your cell phone! – The funny thing is that I originally tried to watch this on my cell phone at work. OK, that’s not the funny thing. The funny thing is the guy trying to kill the other guy (spoiler). Courtesy of Bagtown.

The Dentist

Everything I have ever found funny in the past was just preparing me for this:

Perhaps you’ve already seen it, along with the other 750,000 4,500,000 views it has gotten. Ashlinn says this is what I’m like when I’m drunk. Notice the Bat Boy moment at 1:00.
Courtesy of Laura Sabatie.

Strongest Man Unalive

There’s a lot of zombie talk lately, specifically the Austin zombie sign scandal, and the Sundance accepted Dead Snow. The funny thing is that these two stories are in direct opposition of each other. Dead Snow takes place in a winter climate, with Nazi zombies attacking a group of vacationers. If you’re up to date on your zombie knowledge, you’ll know that this is completely unfeasible. Since zombies are literally the walking dead, they have no body heat. They would actually freeze and stay that way in the winter climate of the film. That’s where the Austin “hackers” got it right. “Run for cold climates” was one of the messages displayed on the sign. (Of course everyone knows you can’t just run for a herd of zombies.)
One question has been nagging at me lately though. Are all zombies equal in strength? Technically the flesh and muscle on a zombies bones are not crucial to it’s mobility or function, so does it hold no merit to it’s strength? If not, than would that mean every zombie was just as strong as it’s undead brothers and sisters? Perhaps, but I have a feeling this is not what civil rights leaders had hoped for.

Austin sign link courtesy of Mat-Thorne.