Thursday, April 28, 2011
Wednesday, April 27, 2011
|In yo' face Donald.|
Tuesday, April 26, 2011
Monday, April 25, 2011
Children's television must be so hard to write. The scripts are obviously written by "grown ups" who have to have a very vivid imagination. I picture Mr. Rogers sitting beside Mr. dress up and scheming on how they are going to depict a nativity scene that will teach kids not to litter while still having a fun time treking to the grabage can 10 feet away. It's a tough sell but these shows still manage to instill morals in kids and parent them. Here are a couple other shows that bring back such vivid memories from my childhood.
Thursday, April 21, 2011
She loaned me “The Elephant Man” which, to my chagrin, I had never really heard of (and I call myself a cinema aficionado-FOR SHAME!) I watched it last night, having very little idea of what it was about.
Let me break it down:
An up-and-coming English doctor hears of an ‘Elephant Man’ in a traveling freak show. He pays the sleazy owner to see the deformed human when the show is shut down-due to complaints and a poor health code. The doctor is appalled and intrigued by the man. He shows him to the medical community and then decides to keep him in the hospital. Word spreads and the high-class folk want to go spend time with the Elephant Man-AKA John Merrick at the hospital. They soon discover that he is sweet, intelligent, and a learned man, despite the fact that his previous situation of poverty and mistreatment.
There are some random spurts of antagonists throughout the movie (guys who want to profit off John’s physical misfortune, and beat him because they are super-a-hole douche bags who CLEARLY have no soul)
The ending kills me. John Merrick yearns to be like everybody else. He can’t even do the simple things. He can’t even lie down to go to sleep because of the massiveness/weight of his head could impair his breathing issues and impede his already dwindling health. And while those closest to him know that he is dying treat him with such care, and he more than verbalizes his appreciation and love for his new blossoming life, decides to do what is so common to all others---ATTEMPTS TO LAY DOWN AND SLEEP, TO NEVER WAKE UP.
It was really quite an excellent show. I was completely fascinated by it, so I look it up on Wikipedia this morning—the movie did a very good job to try to stick to his actual story…the makeup for 1980 was fantastic and did a bomb depiction of John Merrick. But snap, a lot of the trouble he went through was brutal, and the way they captured this poor man’s attitude was wonderful. I HIGHLY RECOMMEND THIS MOVIE-it very deservedly was nominated for Best Picture. Sigh, go rent it. Real good.
Wednesday, April 20, 2011
Sunday, April 17, 2011
On opening day sex and zen, which is shot entirely in 3D grossed 2.78 million Hong Kong $'s in comparison to 2.5 million HKD's which Avatar grossed it's Opening day in China. This says a lot about pornography. Wildest thing in my opinion is that you sit in a sold out theatre elbow to elbow with a stranger watching the dark arts. Take a look @ the trailer and let me know what you guys think. I personally would LOVE to watch skin flicks entirely in 3D. IMO it's even worth the headache and the constant glasses re-adjustment. It just cums with the territory.
Thursday, April 14, 2011
Wednesday, April 13, 2011
Old school term, props to Beazley and Justin Beiber's double. Holler.
Monday, April 11, 2011
Sunday, April 10, 2011
Lingerie Football League.
Basically a bunch of well endowed scantily clad women try to rip each other's heads off to put a ball across a line and score points. Watching it is rather brutal and I can't say I'm a fan of seeing chicas being so rough...but sometimes a missed hit is involved and this is the result:
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If you guys didn't get a chance to check out the 1st deleted scenes video check it out here: http://musclesglasses.blogspot.com/2011/03/daily-clip-epic-meal-time-they-dont.html
Which is funnier? You be Simon Cowell on this one.
Saturday, April 9, 2011
I recently became slightly obsessed with TRON: LEGACY sountrack, to whic I still am loving Daft Punk. But The Chemical Brothers threw in all kinds of crazy mixes that make you yourself wanna go out and assasinate all kinds of special ops/run a marathon/do something totally illegal 'cause the music just gets your heart racing in a good way.
If I could describe it, I would say its music is a repetive beat of sexy/tech rock. I dunno if that makes sense, but that seems to be the underlying tone of the show.
In HANNA, her dad (played by the always super deletable Eric Bana) says that music is,
"a combination of sounds with a view to beauty of form and expression of emotion."
Totally Eric, totally. This soundtrack epitomizes this definition. I totally gave in and spent $10 on iTunes to satisfy my craving for my newest running mix. Awwww yeah!
Thursday, April 7, 2011
This last Friday, I saw Unstoppable-after many a peep gushed over this said show for months/weeks. Not gonna lie, it did hold my attention for a good hour and a half. I was freaking out after attempt after attempt failed to STOP THAT TRAIN! I was feeling for the 2 main characters, yearning for the uber smoking Chris Byne to heal his beautiful foot, and for Denzel to get a fat bonus for saving the city of Scranton from chaos and toxic crap.
- the unstoppable train actually occured in OHIO.
- the idiot who jumped off to change the track at the beginning, and set the train to cruise-worked there for 35 years prior. He wasn't some chubby new guys making a boo boo. And guess what? He wasn't fired.
- There was no actual duo that saved the day. There was 1 dude that stopped the train, and the train wasn't gonna crash into anything--it was just going forever and ever.
- There was no horrible boss guy threatening to fire anyone/girl transportation director who was rewarded for doing nothing (the only thing I WAS happy about after I found out that my exciting train ride was super over hyped in the movie)/awesome truck driver with ponytail.
- The train was stopped by another train (there was SOME truth, but no one got on until the train was going only 11 mph) No jumping on, no car chases along the train.
- The train was only going 70 mph, not 80...I feel like that is significant difference (be it only 10 mph less) there were 47 cars, and only 22 cars had anything on it--a few being the toxic stuff.
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The most creative and BA umbrellas we've ever seen.
OH NOz! NO FACEBOOK OR TWITTER OR INCREDIBLE EDIBLE INTERNET FOR MORE THAN AN HOUR!?!?!?
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Getting the Hypest sh*t onto your Itunes. If you use anything other than Itunes to play music, You're dumb. Sidebar.
Wednesday, April 6, 2011
Some People are stupid and can't do math...
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HOLY CRAP!!! ACTUAL NEWS!!!!!
Tuesday, April 5, 2011
Ah, America. A country filled with thousands of lonely b******s who have nothing better to do than make love to latex. Now that Miley is 18 and legal, the public (and by public, I mean desperate, lonely men who live in their mom's basements) has demanded everything sexual from Miley Cyrus--including a sex doll. This so-called "lifelike" doll was in so great a demand, in fact, that it sold out in sex shops and online within 48 hours of its release. The doll named "Finally Miley" boasts three "achy love holes" to satisfy any crazy and disgusting fantasies you've ever had with Miley. For some reason, legal action hasn't been been taken yet on Miley's side, but rumors have been circulating around the internet that the lawsuits may fly very soon.
This isn't really news, just something that will probably make you LOL. I will not be coving this in the future.
If you want to order one of these things, just search it in Google Shopping or check it out at this LINK.
Here at the Incredible Edible Internet, we love Legos. We played with them as a kid. We built cities, cars, Star Wars figues, we did it all...or so we thought. We sure as hell didn't do this as a kid. This Lego stop motion video shows that apparantly, Legos have sex lives that cause them peril. Just goes to show that abstinence is always the best way to keep accidents from happening (if you know what I mean!). Watch the video, you'll catch my drift
This is called the Mycolonic twitches:
Myoclonus ( //) is brief, involuntary twitching of a muscle or a group of muscles. It describes a medical sign and, generally, is not a diagnosis of a disease. The myoclonic twitches are usually caused by sudden muscle contractions; they also can result from brief lapses of contraction. Contractions are called positive myoclonus; relaxations are called negative myoclonus. The most common time for people to encounter them is while falling asleep (hypnic jerk), but myoclonic jerks are also a sign of a number of neurological disorders.Hiccups are also a kind of myoclonic jerk specifically affecting the diaphragm. Also when a spasm is caused by another person it is known as a "provoked spasm". Shuddering attacks with babies also fall in this category.
Pretty intriguing stuff isn't it? Personally, I twitch aggressively when I'm heading into the dream world. Fainting goats and twitching humans reside in the same category of disorder, although twitching isn't quite as serious. Here's the picture. You're a Billy goat, you're on the run, and you are the direct pray of a famished Liger. A liger is a mixture of a Lion and Tiger. Supplementary research required if you wanna find out how G'd up this animal is. Back to the canvas. You're adrenaline is pumpong, but you need to calm this adrenaline ASAP. Tough luck, you're a fainting goat, you're genetics get the best of you and you experience temporary rigor mortis. You wake up murdered. Game over. Fainting goats were not initially the novelty they are today. They were breed because their muscles don't atrophy, therefore their muscles don't atrophy so they are leaner for slaughter. PETA is not to happy about these goats, and the term un-natural selection is associated with their "gift". On a side note, how cute is this BONUS video:
|Athletes for Days.|
|Bringing my friends overseas, sort of.|