Thursday, September 28, 2006

How did she lose??

Read this

Random quote from the last page of the thread:
"You are a fucking idiot. I can't hate a comedian that doesn't make me laugh? IT'S HIS FUCKING JOB TO MAKE ME LAUGH, YOU FUCKING ABORTION FACE."

Wednesday, September 27, 2006

Here's something worth reading.

One of those trainwreck type stories.

Daddy's Girl

Fisher Island millionaire Bruce McMahan loved his daughter so much, he married her.

D. Bruce McMahan, then 65, and his daughter Linda Marie Hodge McMahan Schutt, then 35, pronounced themselves husband and wife on June 23, 2004.
Afterward, she flew home to her legal spouse in Mississippi and he went home to his compound on Fisher Island, a ferry ride from Miami.
With their secret still safe, McMahan filed to divorce his fifth wife, and Linda moved out of the home she shared with her husband.
...when Christmas 2004 came along, they resumed roles as father and daughter...keep up appearances...but their secret was safe for only a few more days...

In court papers, McMahan denies that he ever had a sexual affair with his daughter. But he doesn't explain how his and Linda's DNA turned up on a vibrator that Linda's husband uncovered in her luggage.

Ask A Ninja

"Sometimes germs get lazy and hire ninjas to do their work for them.
You know the black plague? before they hired ninjas it was just 'that thing thats going around'"

Tuesday, September 26, 2006

Where's the new Breen and Headcrab?

Monday, September 25, 2006


There was just a report on eyewitness news.

Apparently the subway announcemnts are hard to understand.

and on top of that there are new trains coming out, and some are already in service!!

Thanks for the responses to my survey.

Fatwa Fridays - great idea!

CINCINNATI (Reuters) -- A car commercial proclaiming a jihad on the U.S. auto market and offering "Fatwa Fridays" with free swords for the kids is offensive and should not be aired, Muslim leaders said on Sunday.



I'm sitting and watching tv and I hear a bang outside.

And once again there's a vehicle on our lawn.

This time its an ambulance.

Hit two cars, one of which was being driven by who I can swear was one of Saddam's body doubles.

Sunday, September 24, 2006

Breen & Headcrab #4 - Anti-Itch


So I've got a free one way ticket to/from anywhere jetblue flies.

I was going to use it to fly back from visiting Laura in D.C., but they don't fly to the airport by her.

Here's one opinion:

so i guess the first thing you need to do is narrow it
down to the states the ticket will allow u to go to,
see who u know (and can stay with) there, and make a
desicion from there.

as i said- if no one works out, hostels are the
cheapest most conevenient way to meet new people in
strange new places. me & sammantha did it in
calfornia, met some great people from england who more
than made up for all the flaky hippies in the way.

B n H

Breen and Headcrab #3

Edit: Just for the record so it's clear to anyone who doesn't play HL2. This is a headcrab:

No mouth. No eyes. Just four claws and a gaping bloody sharp brain sucker underneath.

Saturday, September 23, 2006

Shitty deal (not worth the time)

Much better deal

"An orgasm for every two hours of service is pretty fair."

Breen and Headcrab is LIVE!

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Friday, September 22, 2006

Wednesday, September 20, 2006

The reason he shoots nude women? “I like naked girls,” he says succinctly, as though he’s explained this a thousand times to friends, family, co-workers, strangers, models and fellow photographers. He adds, however, “You can rationalize it by saying that nude women have been the subject of most art in western civilization, or you can say, ‘Because I can. I like it.’”


Tuesday, September 19, 2006

And now for something completely different.

Monday, September 18, 2006

Friday, September 15, 2006

Great Suggestion

So i'm doing my computer homework two days late cause I'm a fucking retard.

One of the things I have to do, go to and look up your name as a domain name.

So its available, but the part that made me laugh was the suggestions, instead of just suggesting or a bunch of numbers or some shit, they had:

Recommended Alternative Domain Names

Military Speak

Hard charger.
PT til you die!

How are you today? Outstanding.
Your dog just died. Outstanding.
What's 22 x 14? Outstanding.

Somebody kill me.

Thursday, September 14, 2006

Netflix something or other

Article on slate about looking at friends netflix queues. Sounds like me:

Some lists were tortured records of cultural duty: Dense classics would march solemnly towards the top, only to be demoted (as soon as watching them became a real possibility) and replaced by season three of Felicity, until finally all the most challenging films of the 20th century were pooled at the bottom of the list like dark sediment beneath a froth of romantic comedies. It's the Netflix version of the divided soul: The end of your list is the person you want to be—Eraserhead, the eight-hour BBC Bleak House, the complete Werner Herzog—while the top is the person you actually are: Wedding Crashers, Scary Movie 4, The Bridges of Madison County.

Turn the sound way up.

So the Wii, Nov. 19th @ $250? Sometimes it pays to be up early.

Wednesday, September 13, 2006

How to write screenplays. Badly.

Great post. (Full thing has a few dozen ideas)

1. Think of a movie that’s already been made.
2. Change one letter in the title.
3. The movie then writes itself. Pretty much.

You’ve Got Maul
When Meg Ryan discovers that the Dark Lords of the Sith have opened a rival bookstore close to her quaint and insignificant local shop, she enters into a war of words with the enigmatic black-robed proprietor. But little does she know he’s the same guy she’s joining for sordid cybersex each and every night, driving each other into a wrist-straining frenzy of long-distance masturbation until they both sit, panting and sweating, in front of their laptops covered in their own juices. Warning: contains double-ended lightsaber penetration.

Charlie’s Angles
Testicle-faced vigilante Charles Bronson painstakingly explains the difference between acute and obtuse angles, using the broken legs of a drug-dealing rapist as a visual aid.

Resident Evel
Milla Jovovich is trapped in the house of 70s stunt king Evel Knievel, and must battle her way to freedom before leaping over 30 zombie-filled buses and a lake of fire on a scooter.

Mission To Lars
Gary Sinise drags a reluctant Don Cheadle and Tim Robbins through space to a planet inhabited solely by clones of the download-hating pinch-faced Metallica drummer.

Do The Right Thong
Spike Lee finally sells out with a grotesquely sexist ghetto comedy starring Sisquo, Nelly and Usher. Warning: features repeated use of the word "dawg".
Lewis Black rants about Video Games

lewis black kicks ass...

Tuesday, September 12, 2006

The Daily Show: We Are Safe! (9/11/06)

Jon Stewart and Senior White House Correspondent John Oliver examine President Bush's methods of coping with the grief of 9/11 and the lessons he's learned from Hurricane Katrina.

Lox Addition: thats awesome.

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Something new on the page... please?

Monday, September 11, 2006

Searched for "your face"

...and got this

how perfect.

Another Great mission

Friday, September 08, 2006

Hackers gain private information on all 642,720+ Second Life users

Linden Labs has forced a password reset for every one of its 642,720+ residents after it was revealed hackers gained access to the entire user database. Customer service will not begin to address password issues until Monday, September 11.


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Thursday, September 07, 2006

Shortbus Trailer.

Watch it (NSFW)

"Shortbus: In a world..."
"Shortbus: Its got a face that seats five"

"My new movie is called shortbus, and its what you need to get you through two more years of George Bush"

Some fun books (one of which I'm sure Ea is buying as you read this)

Nightwork: A history of Hacks and Pranks at MIT

Before the term hacking became associated with computers, MIT undergraduates used it to describe any activity that took their minds off studying, suggested an unusual solution to a technical problem, or generally fostered nondestructive mischief. The MIT hacking culture has given us such treasures as police cars and cows on the Great Dome, a disappearing door to the President's office, and the commencement game of "Al Gore Buzzword Bingo."

Prank University

Here are 100 essential pranks—from classics such as Doorbell Drench and Silly-String Sleep, to more modern operations like Quick Leg Shave, Wasabi Paste, and Plastic Forking (you’ll have to look inside for that one, but trust us, it’s good). Step-by-step instructions and ingenious diagrams make these diabolical schemes all too easy. An icon system denotes prank difficulty as well as the number of accomplices needed, costs involved (if any), and whether to film the event for posterity.

Wednesday, September 06, 2006

Anyone want to come?

Ed's brother wrote and directed a play, its at St. John's Saturday at 8. Free admission.

Still editing photos

But heres a preview, i call it "biggest erection ever"

PS3 PAL launch delayed to March 2007

SCEE have announced that the PS3 release date has slipped from November 17th 2006 to March 2007 - fun, anyone?

Fish: Just when I thought that Sony had run out of ways to screw themselves more.

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Human Dominoes

This is clever.[LOX EDIT: THIS IS AWESOME!]

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Tuesday, September 05, 2006

Everyone was forced to carry a club and all requests were ignored unless followed up with a threat (i.e., "make these fucking copies for me or else I'll see that your daughter starts being an orphan and stops being a virgin on the very same night.")

Game Over

"Sir, how many pillows do you have on your bed?"
"Jeez, you need an intervention, what, are you building a fort?"

"Men, if you take off your shoes when you enter your house you'd better be Japanese or you are a whipasaurus."

"I'm the love master, I can chip your tooth from right here, I can hold two cups of coffee and a dozen donuts, I was circumcized by a bandsaw"

Monday, September 04, 2006

Sunday, September 03, 2006

Call of Duty Team Reveal Their Next Project

Fall of Liberty will be a next-gen first-person shooter set in an unnerving World War II alternate history where Winston Churchill has died. The game is set for release on 360, PC and PS3 in Q4, 2007.

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Let me know if you want to come to the next ImprovEverywhere mission. They're fun.

Watch this

Quote of the Day

"...You get the evil tendrils of F.A.C.T – that’s the Federation Against Copyright Theft to you and me; a 47 second advert preaching the dangers of movie piracy, cut to a dated sub-techno soundtrack. “You wouldn’t steal a car,” it says. Well, I would if it was as easy as downloading a movie, and I’m pretty sure everyone else would too. "

Saturday, September 02, 2006

More NESkimos

...And a pyramid of Coke


Which of these do you like better?

Rob is a nerd

Friday, September 01, 2006

Penny Arcade Expo 2006 (UPDATED)

Ok I added 3 more of my own videos and 2 other videos to complete the PAX re-cap. New stuff is at the bottom.

Our Flight

On August 23rd Steve, Ed and Myself flew from JFK to Seattle on Jetblue. Needless to say, it was a long flight.

The Car Battery Story

Also on the 23rd, we all met up with JP and had an agenda that included the Pre-PAX dinner at las margaritas and Snakes on a Plane with about 100 other PAX attendees. I forgot my camera so none of it was documented. So as a result we all told the story of that night as we each saw it. What really happened? No one knows...

The Omegathon

I was an Omeganaut in this years Omegathon, a six round video game competition, and took part in competing for a 2006 Scion xB. The first video spans from the beginning meeting until my elimination. The second video is of the final round which took place on the last day of PAX.

Also: This is not my video but I did come across it on YouTube. It's the pre-reg line outside PAX on Day 1. We were somewhere on that line until I had to go to the Omegathon meeting.

This one is of Tycho and Robert Khoo playing each other in Guitar Hero II right before the Omegathon round. At the end of the video the PS2 froze because they were just rocking too hard.

Part II

Alright so first up we have a short clip of Gabe (Gabe’s son) dancing during the final round of the Omegathon. It’s short and Steve told me to put it up so here it is.

This next video is footage I took of the Expo Hall during Day 3. That place was packed and it made me wish I went to one of the E3’s. Also at the end is some footage of the table-top room at the other hotel. Steve and I were hunting for Steve’s quarry. He was not found.

This video is a bunch of random footage I took during day 3. It includes the line for console freeplay, the console freeplay room, the PC freeplay room, some robot, the “Beat the Pros” event, and that’s all I can remember.

The next two links are the Q & A sessions with Gabe and Tycho of Penny Arcade. These are mp3’s and not the complete session. I realized as I was editing the video that there is nothing visually interesting and I didn’t feel like uploading 20 minutes of QnA so instead you’re all getting it in mp3 format.

QnA 1

QnA 2

The next video is not mine (I recorded it but I don’t feel like compressing and uploading it) and it is of a special announcement that took place at the beginning of the first QnA panel.

The last video is of the NESkimos. This band played last in Friday’s concert and rocked big time. They were the reason I even went to that concert. This is only one of their songs. The guy who uploaded this said he will soon have their entire act on Google video. When that shows up I’ll replace this one.

So that’s it. Everything I have to present regarding PAX 06. I can’t wait until next year when we do it again. Now you all need to bug Steve to upload some damn photos. He took over 600 and not one is on the internet yet.