Saturday, October 31, 2015

Happy Halloween!

Friday, October 30, 2015

Halloween Twilight Zone Time

Lee Marvin, Rosco P. Coltrane, and Lee Van Cleef? You better believe it. One of the few Twilight Zones that I like that wasn't a morality tale but just a good old ghost story. 

It's A Music To Play When You're All Alone In Your Giant Mansion And Not At All Mad Music Friday

Wednesday, October 28, 2015

Friday, October 23, 2015

Oh You Better Believe It's Nightmare Fuel Music Friday!

Just start the video while doing something else and see if it doesn't freak you out. I accidently left this on while I was watching a Vincent Price movie and I haven't slept in three days.

Thursday, October 22, 2015

Wednesday, October 21, 2015

Your [Shaking Head] Ohhhh, Canada Quote Of The Day

"Mr. Trudeau is an unapologetic pro-choice politician, even going so far as to deny pro-life Liberal members of Parliament a free vote on the question. That move is disturbing, not simply for what looks like callous disregard for human dignity, but for its undemocratic impulse."

So I Guess I Have To Say Something About This New Star Wars Movie

First of all, I'm getting kind of a Phantom Menace thing from all the hype. I'm actually surprised that anyone would give this kind of leeway to a new Star Wars movie after all the prequels were so terrible but whatever. Also, am I the only one who thought the battle action scenes (the ones not in space) in the trailers look kind of fakey like in Phantom Menace? CGI environments don't work in daytime, people (At least not yet apparently).

Second, the trailers seem to hint at an offspring of Luke (or Leia). When they first started talking about the three new young actors a while ago, I thought it would be the pilot guy who would be the heir because at the time they said something or other about how he was "the best pilot in the galaxy". But now I don't even think he's on the movie poster so whatever again. Then I thought it was the girl because they put her front and center and also because she looks like she's from Tatooine (that's Luke's home planet!)(or maybe the desert planet is Jakku??) and also she's a girl and this is 2015 and girls are exactly equal to men and "Take that!" say the SJWs. But now I'm thinking it's the John Boyega character since he's the only one of the three who seems to have a light saber in the trailer and the poster. And also "Take that!" say the SJWs because can you imagine the anger of all three of the people who had a problem with a black storm trooper or whatever if he's actually Luke's son?

But one thing, after the first trailer I thought Boyega was just part of the rebellion and he had stolen the stormtrooper uniform to escape from something but now they say he really is/was a stormtrooper. But how can this be since he's not Polynesian or whatever like the prequels told us all clones were? And does this mean that there are more of him and that in the next sequel he's going to have to fight himself/himselves?

Another thought I had is that the black guy... no not Boyega... the other black... I mean he's dressed all in black.... the villain guy, Rilo Kiley or whatever he's called, I thought he might be Luke's son and he turned bad like his grandfather (maybe the dark side always skips a generation like cancer or a predisposition to murdering younglings or something) and that's why he has Darth Vader's head because that seems like a normal thing to do if you're the son of a Jedi whose father was also a Jedi but who had turned evil because he couldn't stand Natalie Portman's acting. And also does his mask have a duckbill? Is that supposed to be some tie-in with Donald Duck and the whole Disney thing?

Oh, and apparently Chewbacca dies. In this last trailer the girl (Rey?) is crying over someone. At first I thought it was Luke (her father?) but then I remembered Jedis are magic and they disappear when they die, so it has to be someone who isn't a Jedi. And plus whoever it is looks kind of furry so Chewy?

And Just In Case You Thought That Last Post Was Just Some Isolated Nightmare-Fuelish Incident

It's Nightmare Fuel Wednesday!!

Tuesday, October 13, 2015

Heh. Ouch.

Letterman, I watched as much as I could
Do you miss Letterman?
No. No. [But] I liked him.

And more ouch...

He should work at Tiffany’s.
Why, Jerry?
Because he’s dull.

Sunday, October 11, 2015


I checked and all but two of my striped ties follow this pattern. Freaky. It's like that toilet water rotation thing. (Click "CC" unless you're one of those weirdos that speak Japanese.)

Thank God Obama Wasn't President During WWII

Steve Kroft: Who's going to get rid of them (ISIS)?

President Barack Obama: Over time the community of nations will all get rid of them...

Friday, October 9, 2015

I'm Just Going To Leave This Right Here

From Hotair via Ace

Steve Kroft: A year ago when we did this interview, there was some saber-rattling between the United States and Russia on the Ukrainian border. Now it’s also going on in Syria. You said a year ago that the United States– America leads. We’re the indispensable nation. Mr. Putin seems to be challenging that leadership.

President Barack Obama: In what way?...

Your It's Time To Defund Quote Of The Day

"Faculty at the meetings noted that students’ emotional fragility has become a serious problem when it comes to grading. Some said they had grown afraid to give low grades for poor performance, because of the subsequent emotional crises they would have to deal with in their offices. Many students, they said, now view a C, or sometimes even a B, as failure, and they interpret such “failure” as the end of the world. Faculty also noted an increased tendency for students to blame them (the faculty) for low grades—they weren’t explicit enough in telling the students just what the test would cover or just what would distinguish a good paper from a bad one. They described an increased tendency to see a poor grade as reason to complain rather than as reason to study more, or more effectively"

It's A This Is Why I Don't Have Any Mirrors In The House Halloween Edition Music Friday