Wednesday, March 30, 2011

Britney Spears Does Jackass Stunt

The head honcho of the Jackass Crew, Johnny Knoxville, recently did an interview with Jimmy Kimmel. Johnny Knoxville revealed that Britney Spears did a stunt with the crazies over at Jackass in their latest film Jackass 3D. According to Knoxville, they had to cut the scene due to time shortage, but Britney was totally down with the stunt.

This confirms my theory that Britney Spears is out of her mind because you gotta be batshit crazy to willingly cover yourself in crap and piss.

Video after the break. Warning, not for the weak stomachs.

Great Moments with Tracy Jordan (30 Rock)

Here we have Tracy Jordan correcting a Harvard grad on the proper usage of the words "good" and "well".

[via Sick Sad World]

Tuesday, March 29, 2011

Shameless: Meet The Gallaghers

Shameless is raunchy, gritty, heart breaking, hilarious, charming show. Shameless chronicles the day-to-day struggles of the Gallaghers, a family made up of a deadbeat alcoholic single father (Frank Gallagher), a mother who walked out on her family a year ago (Monica), and 6 kids who barely manage to scrounge enough to make it through the week.

Here is a little background of the Gallagher family without giving too much up about the plot.

Sexy Sax Man: Careless Whisper

The 80's was a weird time for the world. Regan was President, Micheal Jackson was black, and cartoons only came on Saturdays. The 80's also gave birth to what is probably the most recognizable sax solos in the history of music. That solo is the one from George Micheal's "Careless Whisper".

Friday, March 25, 2011

Great Moments from The West Wing (BEST SHOW EVER)

Editor's Note: This is an ongoing guest piece by Frustra Data. Frustra Data owed me a favor for babysitting his pet fish while he went into hiding from the Feds. I transcribed this from a nearby payphone after he hit me up on my pager. I still think the Wire is the best political TV series, but Frustra disagrees.

I understand that this article has been done over and over again, that the show is incredibly polarizing, and that most people find it plain boring. I’m going to say suck it to all of that, and raise my glass to what is easily the greatest show EVER. Period.

Aaron Sorkin and later John Wells wrote what is among the most intelligent, well-crafted plots ever to grace a TV. If the sheer volume of events and parallels don’t leave you a little breathless, the punishingly unforgiving language will. About the third time you watch an episode, when the lingo is a little easier to follow, the gravity of it sinks in—every facet of this show is deep. Like Marianas Trench deep. If you’ve never experienced this show, get out from under that [right] rock, grab a dictionary, warm up google, and get a hold of this show. By any means necessary.

So, as a guest piece to SOAR, we’re going to give you some of the moments that should be entered as evidence in the case of it’s superiority over tv mundane stupidity (a la the cape).

Friday, March 18, 2011

Wonder Woman: First Look

So it seems NBC is trying their best to get a show involving superheroes. I'm guessing here, but maybe they're trying to recapture the following Heroes had before the writer's strike a while back. It's unofficial, but it looks like "The Cape" might get cancelled.

Thursday, March 17, 2011

The World's Greatest Extra: Jesse Heiman

You see that face? Do you recognize that guy? You probably do, but you can't quite remember where exactly it was you saw him. His name is Jesse Heiman and he's been an extra for the past 10 years. He's been on movies like Old School, American Pie 2, and Spiderman. As well as TV series like Arrested Development, Glee, and NCIS.

Monday, March 14, 2011

Silence of the Bees

 I saw this documentary last night on PBS. It's called "Silence of the Bees". The film explores the importance of bees to our ecosystem, as well as the reason as to why the bees are slowly becoming extinct.

Sunday, March 13, 2011

Late Pass: Fringe

Personal Note: After the whole Birthday fiasco, I had trouble chewing. The bottle struck me in the temple causing it to strain. Now I can chew happily, but I still hurt when I sneeze or yawn.

Monday, March 7, 2011

Happy Birthday!!

My birthday was on Sunday, but my cousin and I celebrated it on Saturday. We did some pre-game drinking before going out. We went to the club had a good time. We agreed not to get white boy crazy because I brought my car.

Thursday, March 3, 2011

RIP Laptop

Dear Laptop,

We had a great run, you and me. You were like my dog except I never could do the things I did with you with a dog. Or at least, that's what they tell me.

We laughed, we cried, we raged, we spent many quiet moments together. You heeded to my every keystroke, and I to you well lit lcd screen. Every time I turned you on, I became lost amidst the bits and bytes you showed to me.

And now you're gone. To be temporarily replaced by an excuse of hardware called a netbook. She could never replace you. No, you were more durable, much faster, more responsive, more screen space.

I never thought I'd say this, but I miss you dearly. And hope that once your hard drive comes in the mail, we'll be sure to carry on what we had. Sure, some things won't be the same, but I'll try to gather the pieces we had saved and look forward to make new ones.

Your User,


PS it only seemed fitting to play "Computer Love" by Zapp & Roger

Tuesday, March 1, 2011

Oprah Gets A Porn Parody

The all powerful Oprah. A woman, with one word from her mouth, can turn books into bestsellers or make John Denver cry for wasting trees. A woman who can claim a product one of her "favorite things", see the sales of said product soar through the roof. I'm pretty sure she walks on water, and turns said water into wine for her and her bff Gayle to drink while they talk shit about Stedman.