Friday, February 29, 2008

One down, 19 to go

io9, a pretty cool new sci-fi blog, just posted "The Twenty Science Fiction Novels that Will Change Your Life".

The only one I have read:

I, Robot (1955), by Isaac Asimov
This collection of linked short stories quite simply changed the way we think about robots. Asimov invented the "three laws of robotics," which are included in so many subsequent tales of humanoid robots and also in the work of robotics engineers. So this book has already changed your life, by changing robot history -- reading it, you'll be surprised how much this work of fiction has become accepted wisdom about the way real robots will function.
Unless Will Smith is willing to make 19 more offensively unfaithful movie adaptations, I guess I have some reading to do.

[The Twenty Science Fiction Novels that Will Change Your Life]

Tuesday, February 26, 2008

Alas, poor Arbuckle!

What happens when you take Garfield out of his comic strip? Jon goes crazy, is what.



[garfield minus garfield]

Thursday, February 21, 2008

Classy, overly excited advertisements


A whole fucking mess of these ads right here. You'll click that shit. Fuck yeah, you will.

Wednesday, February 6, 2008

I learned it by watching you!


Best Week Ever's The 10 Funniest Anti-Drug Commercials In Advertising History

This year’s Super Bowl didn’t disappoint with its annual roomful-of-laughter-inducing anti-drug PSA, featuring a carelessly outspoken drug dealer warning parents that their kids can get drugs from annnnyyyywwhere. So in the grand tradition of legends like this dude and the teenager who got pregnant last Super Bowl because she was high, here’s a list of the ten anti-drug commercials we just couldn’t help but laugh at (more than usual): [Link]

Friday, February 1, 2008

In case you haven't already heard, Sarah Silverman is fucking Matt Damon

And here's how she broke the news to her boyfriend, Jimmy Kimmel: