Friday, January 21, 2005

Grand Moff Powell, FCC chief, joins his dad in the exodus from the Evil Empire.


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A scientific formula proves that January 24th will be the worst day of the year.


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JoBlo.com makes fun of some movie posters (Rebound, and Miss Congeniality 2)


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Dude, this is too fucked-up for me. All-mom bands rock more than the cradle.


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The latest Star Wars round-up.


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2005 Inauguration Address: President Bush's Inaugural Speech Promising Greater Freedom for Freeified Freefolk to Freely Enjoy Freetastic Freegasms of Freedomosity (WHITEHOUSE.ORG)


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A Sacred Place for you to find the Spells for your needful things


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WTF??? Captain Ozone's Offical Home Page


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This is a real story, not Weekly World News ... Korean fish has human face.


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Joe Lieberman talks about his secret to getting along with the Republican party.


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Norwegians surprised to see Bush salute Satan! Silly Vikings! If they didn't think Bush was in league with Satan, why did they think he named him Vice-President?


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Hey. Hey. Hey!!!: Police are investigating "An allegation made against Bill Cosby by a female acquaintance who claims she was drugged and groped by the entertainer"


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The Daily Show asks us to have pride in a government that allows for such a peaceful non-transfer of power.


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The Daily Show's Steven Colbert analyzes the inauguration festivities.


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Jon Stewart reviews the inaugural address.


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Two clips from The Upside of Anger, an old geezer romantic comedy with Kevin Costner and Joan Allen


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A video of a young Denise Richards strip-dancing in her lingerie!
  • Scoop's note: I didn't know if this was real - I brought the poster's comment up here to the main page, so you don't miss it. "This is a clip from the movie TAMMY AND THE T-REX with the original audio replaced by the Tom Petty song. Here is a link for a review of the movie with the original video clip."


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Anonymous Anonymous said...

This is a clip from the movie "TAMMY AND THE T-REX" with the original audio replaced by the Tom Petty song. Here is a link for a review of the movie with the original video clip.

http://www.badmovies.org/movies/tammytrex/index.html

 


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The trailer for Tim Burton's Corpse Bride
  • "In a 19th-century European village, Victor (Johnny Depp) travels to the underworld for a quickie wedding to a mysterious corpse bride (Helena Bonham Carter) while his living wife (Emily Watson) pines for his return. A stop-motion animated film like the Burton-produced 'The Nightmare Before Christmas'."
  • Awesome cast for a "voice" project. It also features the majestic voice of Christopher Lee and back-up work from Joanna Lumley, Albert Finney, and Richard Grant.


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Brigitte Bardot slams planned polar bear hunting permits in Greenland. There is a picture, and it's interesting to see what Bardot looks like today.


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I knew she looked bad, but she looks like fuckin Leatherface in that picture!

 

Summer camp for gun nuts


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BullshitJob.com - Home of the Bullshit Job Title Generator


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31 year old 'Moesha' actor killed in auto accident.


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NHL mini-talks break off with no deal, The NHL is in danger of being the first professional North American sport to lose an entire season to a labor dispute.


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Several pages of screen caps from the PlayStation game, Playboy: The Mansion. (A Sims clone based upon Hef's life)


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Two Roger Clemens stories: Clemens files for arbitration, asking $22.5 million. (The 'Stros offered $13.5 in the arbitration action.)


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Astros close to a deal on one more year of Rocketry. The 'Stros have offered to make Clemens the highest-paid pitcher in the game if he agrees to a one year deal.


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URL says it all: 1001DirtyJokes.com


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"Occult symbols are fast replacing Christian symbols in our culture. Therefore, we encourage you to use this list to warn others, especially Christian children who intentionally wear and display them because they are popular."


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France will allow U.S. film director Ron Howard to shoot scenes in the famed Louvre museum for a film adaptation of the worldwide bestseller 'The Da Vinci Code,'


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The president of Harvard University sparked an uproar at an academic conference when he said that innate differences between men and women might be one reason fewer women succeed in science and math careers. Actually, I'm not sure that the point is accurate to begin with. The concept of "success" is based on the relationship between effort and accomplishment. Do fewer women succeed, or is it simply that fewer women try?


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Fox News gets a little surprise in an interview that was supposed to be a puff piece. "It's a universal rule - the worse a war is going, the more lavish the inauguration to cover it up". You can debate whether the USA is currently at war, but even if you accept that, I don't think her point is true. In the past half century, there have been two wars that were going poorly for the USA, and the President responsible simply didn't get another inauguration, plain or fancy. Truman had already served seven years, and LBJ basically resigned in disgrace by voluntarily forgoing another term. The interviewee's point is based entirely on FDR's inauguration in 1944. FDR chose to have a modest inauguration so as not to seem frivolous in what was a very frightening time for a devastated world. I agree with what FDR did, but I'm not sure it has any application to GWB. If the American people felt the war was going THAT badly, they would have sent him back to Texas with his tail between his legs, as they did to LBJ. Right or wrong, they did not.


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Bruce Willis signs for Solace, scripted by Ted Griffin, writer of Ocean's 11. The much-delayed film is about a psychic hired to find a serial killer.


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Jennifer Lopez says: ... or you can call her J-Lo, or you can call her Lo-J, or you can call her Ray-J. But ya doesn't hasta call her Mrs Johnson.


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A look at the best biopics of 2004.


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JoBlo reports from Sundance.


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The trailer for Lost Embrace: "'Lost Embrace' stars Daniel Hendler (Winner 2004 Berlin Film Festival/Best Actor) as Ariel, a recent college dropout with hopes of escaping a career behind the counter of his mother's lingerie store in a Buenos Aires shopping mall."


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The trailers for Gunner Palace: "'Gunner Palace' reveals the complex realities of the situation in Iraq not seen on the nightly news. Told first-hand by our troops, 'Gunner Palace' presents a thought provoking portrait of a dangerous and chaotic war that is personal, highly emotional, sometimes disturbing, surprisingly amusing ... and thoroughly fascinating. Filmmaker Michael Tucker, who lived with 2/3 Field Artillery, a.k.a. 'The Gunners' for two months, captures the lives and humanity of these soldiers whose barracks are the bombed-out pleasure palace of Uday Hussein (nicknamed Gunner Palace), situated in the heart of the most volatile section of Baghdad. With total access to all operations and activities, Tucker's insider footage provides a rare look at the day-to-day lives of these soldiers on the ground -- whether swimming in Uday's pool and playing golf on his putting green or executing raids on suspected terrorists, enduring roadside bombs, mortar attacks, RPGs and snipers."


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