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My abysmaly received caption was just an innocent playful jab at Gabe’s ‘Everything, and I mean everything, is a gay retard’
Like Luke Perry identified himself as a member of the Gay Retard collective, embraced it and and awkwardly hugged his Gay Retard Fans but chose to address them in the politically correct term ‘Homosexuals with Down Syndrome’ like the super classy gentleman that he is.
All I have to say to you and all your fellow downvoters is… guys, seriously you’re all such an Andrea.
“Gabe told me this was the ‘Hug-a-Homosexual-with-Down-Syndrome-Con’!!!”
“My name is Paul… and this is between y’all.”
Who is Luke Skywalker in the ‘The Empire Strikes Back’?
Andrea Zuckerman was 90210′s Jar Jar Binks
You do know that Mad Men isn’t live, right?
Here’s a million dollar idea that I don’t have the software or technical expertise to actualise :
A mashup of “Fuck you” with scenes from “Passion of the Christ”.
That would be hillarious AND poignant.
*Whoever ends up doing it please give me a credit for the inspiration (a’ la Ron Wood for Hey Negrita ;p)
I like to think that he got really into coke in the early seventies, burned out from overworking and substance abuse, then became disillusioned with the whole lifestyle, pulled a Beatles-like Maharishi sabbatical in India for a couple of years and then returned to N.Y on the turn of the 80′s a wiser man and assumed a new role in the industry as the shaman of advertising.
That wasn’t the Emperor, it was Luke in a cave on Tattooine putting the finishing touches on his newly constructed lightsaber. That’s the whole point of the video, his completion of Jedi training.
* Didn’t mean to sound chastizing but informative. I am the hugest SW nerd
I like to think that Don Draper is still alive and well in 2010, ( Hugh Hefner style ) aged 81, running things behind the scenes, living in a penthouse in the Dakota building in New York, looking incredible for his age, silver hair gelled back, decked out in Ermenegildo Zegna suits, shacked up with a Brazilian supermodel, never for a single moment reminiscing about the 60′s…
I sympathize completely with how the interviewer feels. In 1974 I interviewed Sir Alec Guinness for Horse & Hound magazine and frustrated at his candor and sincerity I eventually held him at gunpoint until he recited the entire opening monologue from George Bernard Shaw’s ‘Caesar and Cleopatra’ wrapped in the Savoy hotel restaurant’s tablecloth for a toga and tomato stems tied together with dental floss on his head for Caesar’s trademark headpiece.
The entire restaurant gave him a standing ovation and I got promoted to features editor .
Hey Monsters let’s play a text version of the Larry King Game from the KPCS, For those who don’t know the rules:
1) You make an outlandish statement as Larry King
2) You go to a caller from a ridiculously sounding place in the U.S
” I was having dinner with Cesar Romero at Tavern on the Green when Aliens tried to beam me up to their spaceship! Fortunately Cesar grabbed hold of my suspenders and kept me on the ground! That was a close one… FROG SUCK Wyoming you’re on the air! “
The way I see it, Sam Merlotte is True Blood’s Rufus Humphrey.
LloydBraunReferenceGum You earned my upvote sir
Mother@#%&ing fractals! How do they work?
Straight to BETA
-It Am silly.
-Now you’re correcting my grammar?
I actually left the theater violently angry. This was a textbook example of ‘playing it safe’ ‘Focus Group based’ film. Favreau delivered a watered down formulaic and procedural version of what could have been a great movie. Stellar cast, great premise – Mickey Rourke’s revenge angle – , great villain and if I’m not mistaken a huge budget. But fucking Favreau was too scared to focus on a dark ‘Demon in a bottle’ type storyline and pandered to the 7 year olds and their parents just to make sure that the opening weekend gross was as HUGE as possible. I mourn the lost potential of this emotionally dead franchise and I promised myself that I wouldn’t watch part three as a matter of principle.
*Unless offcourse it’s directed by Chris Nolan -Highly Unlikely- or Rian Johnson (Brick, The Brothers Bloom) or any other vision driven director and not a corporate stooge like fucking Favreau.
*Fuck You Favreau, You Ruined My Favourite Superhero And Now I Have To Wait Like 10 Years At Least For A Franchise Reboot.
*Fuck You Favreau, You Fat Fuck.
Roman Polanski IN Dakota’s Fanny
For him a ‘nosejob’ is when a girl sucks his nose until he sneezes
So… I guess in Bizarro L.A timeline, where the island has been H-Bombed, the ‘Cork’ is off the bottle and evil is free to roam??? Quite the contrary it would seem… if you have noticed, everyone in Bizarro L.A is a righteous version of their ‘original timeline’ selves, with Ben being the good selfless helpful professor, Sawyer being supercop, Hurley happy go lucky helpful mogul, Locke in a loving relationship, Kate helping Claire… and so on. So my point is that as far as I’m concerned the bizarro L.A timeline has given us a kinda happily ever after conclusion which renders all other island based predicaments pointless.
Speaking of the Golden Age of television… how’bout a shout out for a little new show called “CAPRICA”? Easily the best show in a very, very long time. Get with the program dudies ;p