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Posted 5 years ago on July 25 2009


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This is for you, Clint.

This is for you, Clint.


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Posted 5 years ago on June 29 2009


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seanbury:
Yes, that’s one of the Jonas brothers testifying before the United States Senate.
 Testifying before the US Senate is no laughing matter&#8230;Oh!&#8230;oh wait&#8230;.hmmmmm&#8230;&#8230;.

seanbury:

Yes, that’s one of the Jonas brothers testifying before the United States Senate.

 Testifying before the US Senate is no laughing matter…Oh!…oh wait….hmmmmm…….


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5 years ago on June 29 2009

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I will now be political

What if we could produce our own oil again, thereby releasing us from foreign dependancy and still allowing the auto industry time to technologically catch up with today’s “green standards”? http://www.usgs.gov/newsroom/article.asp?ID=1911 Would our government allow such a thing?


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Posted 5 years ago on June 6 2009


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I actually had the privilage of seeing the great Dick Van Dyke perform songs from this musical the other night with the Jr. Philharmonic Orchestra. Naturally he almost tripped and broke a hip trying to re-create the dance steps to Chim Chimney. He’s a silly man.

chriscantwell:

Expialidocious.


Posted 5 years ago on April 27 2009


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Bea Arthur, you will be missed

My favorite part of watching the story about the death of Bea Arthur, I know it sounds morbid but I mean well, is KTLA’s extensive coverage of fan reaction, which takes place entirely in West Hollywood.


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Posted 5 years ago on March 9 2009


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Yes, that dump I just took, knowing full well you still had to use the restroom before tucking in for the night, was in response to this rather scathing post. No, I did not light a fucking match. I didn&#8217;t even turn on the fan in the hopes of sucking out as much stink as possible. In fact, if I wasn&#8217;t the one who bought the little glass Glade thing that smells of Clean Linen, I would have thrown the fucker out, effectively eliminating all defenses against the harshness of the smell of my poop.
You&#8217;ll do full well to remember this next time, Gage.
cmg420:

I’d just like to say a quick “Fuck you” to Clay and my neighbor Tim for claiming that there were never any such things as Peanut Butter Patties.
I’ll see you guys in Hell.
attentiondoozers:
Asian girl scouts know what I want

Yes, that dump I just took, knowing full well you still had to use the restroom before tucking in for the night, was in response to this rather scathing post. No, I did not light a fucking match. I didn’t even turn on the fan in the hopes of sucking out as much stink as possible. In fact, if I wasn’t the one who bought the little glass Glade thing that smells of Clean Linen, I would have thrown the fucker out, effectively eliminating all defenses against the harshness of the smell of my poop.

You’ll do full well to remember this next time, Gage.

cmg420:

I’d just like to say a quick “Fuck you” to Clay and my neighbor Tim for claiming that there were never any such things as Peanut Butter Patties.

I’ll see you guys in Hell.

attentiondoozers:

Asian girl scouts know what I want

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Posted 5 years ago on March 8 2009


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Whether or not you agree with the politics of yesterday or today, this is sad. (location: Santa Monica beach- Iraq Memorial)

Whether or not you agree with the politics of yesterday or today, this is sad. (location: Santa Monica beach- Iraq Memorial)


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Posted 5 years ago on February 18 2009


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Life’s a Breeze

When I was little, I asked my uncle why bad things happen to good people…he told me it was because I touched myself at night………..so………….sorry…


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Posted 5 years ago on November 18 2008


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You know, when you think about it, Steppin’ Tron appeals to a wide range of people. His name alone personifies diversity. The white people like it because it has spice and flavor that makes them feel special. The gays are immediately reminded of their favorite dance routine or “High School Musical” movie moment. (Actually, that’s more gay men, the lesbians just like it’s assertiveness.) The geeks believe it to be the name of a super, all-powerful robot that they themselves will build and will ultimately get them laid. The minorities like it because it has rhythm and substitutes apostrophies for letters. Religious fundamentalists prepare to march to Zion, and Heaven help you if you get in their way because they sure as hell wont. Children in the 5th grade and younger like it because you can say it making like a million different voices and it’ll still be cool/funny. Middle school kids like it because it suggests something rebellious. High schoolers feel nostalgic for “the good old days” when everything was much easier and life didn’t hate you so much. Actually that applies to middle school as well. College students like it because you can make it into like a million different drinking games and it’ll still get you laid. Old people like it because it keeps them in touch with kids these days. The uneducated recognize and identify with its rawness and simplicity. People with higher than a bachelor’s degree and the rich feel its existance was predicated by them in an effort to give back to the community. And forigners will immediately latch on to it in 15 years as the new American fad that must permeate their entire existance until it is publicly and vehimantly admonished in the open streets.

I mean that is some amazingly diverse appreciation. He should run for President. I, myself, really don’t like labels, so I don’t think any of this is funny.

seanbury:

And Pizza Robot comes to its conclusion.  Let the fan fiction begin!

attentiondoozers:

Mount up

teamtigerawesome:

Pizza Robot: Vengence

Will Steppin’ Tron and the gang get their revenge? Will Banana Gorilla get away with Murder? All your questions will be answered in the final episode of the Pizza Robot Trilogy.

Starring Clay Dzygun, C.J. Meeks, Chelsea Bradshaw, Christian Langera, Eric Cire, and Renee Hill.

Part 1 of Pizza Robot
Part 2 of Pizza Robot


Posted 5 years ago on September 16 2008


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Fallen Hero

My camera has gone from me. It has served me well. I shall mourn…

…Silence creeps towards me. The kind of silence that seems to open up into an entirely new dimension that will never reveal itself. Somehow it starts deep in the recesses of my brain and slowly works it’s way out. Thought has even lost its voice as the deadliest calm overpowers the eardrums; they seem to sag in, oh so slightly, in a defeated surrender. Silence grows. It brings Cold with it. The two masters of the moment slowly and deliberately creep throughout the body, stifling all resistance and enslaving every molecule to their cause, one by one. Breath is slow and deliberate; it is told be so. There is no Numbness. There is no Pain. Silence and Cold prepare - Emptiness is near. The wait is over. Hope, dwindling more and more, stirs for perhaps the last time. Sight is called into battle. A block of yellow appears. It takes form, defining six sides and outlining itself in thin black. Thought rushes to Sight’s aid. The shape continues to form as letters seep out of the yellow. Finally, it is complete. Thought and Sight rejoice as more of their comrades awaken to welcome back their old friend…Hope. Cold and Silence forelornly retreat for now; they have been beaten. Emptiness shall wait…

…Mourning has ended. Best Buy has more cameras. Funds shall be collected.


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