Tuesday, July 31, 2007

Killa Kella, Beatbox Jedi


I was peeping that Hasslehoff show where "talented" people perform this evening, and noticed a beatboxer, which reminded me of the best beat boxer I've ever heard: Killa Kella. I blogged about him before, but this video is new to me. Watch him do for Drum and Bass what MC Hammer did for parachute pants.

For a more pop flow, check out his rendition of "Slave" by your girl Britnizzle.

Lebowski Action Figures


Shomer Fucking Shabbas! These are brilliant!!! (Buy 'em here.)

Chess To The Max


Worst X-Games ever.

Bill O'Reilly Vs. "I Like Turtles Kid"


Hanging out with the Unbeatable Kid collective this weekend, I was told about this amazing video. That lead to nerding, which inevitably led to uber-meme status, which leaves us with this gem.

Friday, July 20, 2007

Everything's Better with Chimps

The Chimp Channel was one of the best TV shows to grace the airwaves in the 90's and someone finally put a few clips on youtube.

If only, Lucas had done all of the Prequels with chimps.

What Did The 5 Fingers Say To The Face?

Slap!!!! God this game is nerdcrack. I feel dirty inside for enjoying this so much. The premise: some Anime-inspired game where you slap, or get slapped. I love it like fat kids love cake. FYI: Level three lady was a total bitch, but my slaps were like bang bang and she was like ow..so I win.


(click pic to play!)

Thursday, July 19, 2007

Picture Of The Day


No Surrender, No Retreat: The Training Montage


In the sprit of Rocky 4, and Bloodsport, here comes another fantastic 80's fight training montage. This time from a lesser known (but apparently fantastic) movie called "No Surrender, No Retreat". Now while watching this, you may ask yourself many questions. You may ask yourself "why is that young boy eating ice cream while sitting on that man's lap?" Or "why is there need for candlelight ambiance in a karate training room?" None of these questions really matter. What does matter is that you find some way to look past these seemingly ridiculous distractions and find the rock-fueled karate man inspiration inside you. The kind of magic that makes you want to high five your bros at the video arcade and wear cut off mesh shirts. It's time to find it. It's time to get radical. Or just simply do as the montage song instructs: hold on to the vision in your eyes. Right on, 1980's. Right the fuck on.

Time for Monkey Rehab

Monday, July 16, 2007

Ice Cold Hitler

Just to warn you, this clip is a 45 minute documentary. I'm posting it because it's given me the hebegebes like nothing else. These people used the most cutting edge science they could find to call forth the ghost of Hitler. The most chilling part to me is how many times the old Nazi said "wunderbar." I also felt ill at ease watching him smile at puppies and young children. The filmmakers know how to play up the drama with a particularly alien soundtrack.

Sunday, July 15, 2007

Shampoo that Sells Itself

(Click on the picture to zoom in)

It's not hard to figure out why "Gee, Your Hair Smells Terrific" Shampoo isn't around any more. Someone incorporated a slang expiration date into the title.

The funny thing about this ad is that it's pretty much the same way that I met my girlfriend. Crowding up on her in science class and smelling her hair. It's a patented move of mine that no one thinks is the least bit creepy. That girl has a smile that says it all. And by "saying it all", I mean that it's actually saying, "I'm uncomfortable."

This idea should really have been extended to other products such as "Yes. I Am Gay" hair gel and "Ummm. I'm Not Gay" aftershave.

(ad via stuck in the 70s)

One Smoke Ring to Rule them All

The physics behind smoke rings or "vortex rings" is pretty straight forward and enables even you to construct a smoke ring machine.

Sunday, July 08, 2007

Untitled J.J. Abrams Project

Did anyone catch the trailer for the new Untitled J.J. Abrams Project before Transformers?
It looks very interesting.
There are a few viral/teaser sites for it now.
Apparently it might be called



Tip: Look to the stars for help.

And another one... a blog setup to prove that thus guy Ethan is, actually, wrong http://ethanhaaswaswrong.blogspot.com/


Saturday, July 07, 2007

+4 strength, +4 stam, leather belt!!!!!

Labeled as Ventrilo Harassment on YouTube, you could liken this to the Jerky Boys of on-line gaming. And now for a little background in this to make it oh so much better.

A Ventrilo server, or a vent server, is a server that allows you to have voice conversations while you play your on-line games. This particular one (there are a lot of other great ones out there too, just do a search for Ventrilo Harassment) was done in World of Warcraft. +4 strength, +4 stam(ina), leather belt is the most basic configuration you could have at the beginning of the game, basically what you start with. It is NOTHING to get all extra excited about… and with that in mind… sit back and enjoy the original video that spawned a mini viral movement with this and the obligatory ytmnd page that any viral entity worth its weight must have.

(thanks Gavin)


OK. Where do we begin?

First of all the song is called "Behind The Cow". The title is a clue to the level of coherence throughout the rest of the song.

In a need to state the obvious, this song was clearly not written by anyone with any understanding of the English language. But that by itself does not make this the worst song ever (OK maybe worst song ever is a little harsh, but it does grate on the nerves) , although it helps… about half way through, for no reason at all, Fatman Scoop comes in accompanied with a new beat that is COMPLETELY off rhythm.

It is almost as if the Fatman Scoop part was recorded for something else, never used and then purchased for cheap and used in this song. Apparently this song was huge in Europe. Scooter was also the genius that brought us, “I’m Raving, I’m Raving.”

Thursday, July 05, 2007

Picture Of The Day


The future looks so damn futuristic. Look at that portable telephone! You don't even need a backpack antenna to use it! These guys blinded me with science...and mooseknuckle.

Walk It Out, Fosse


Bob Fosse, meet UNK. Brilliant! Those ladies got moves! What is it about old timey times that is so undeniably awesome?

(via M&C)

I Feel This Way Every Time I Use Computers


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Straight Shooter

Is it too much to hope that this is a scene from the new Transformers movie?

Transformers: The M4H Movie Review


Ok. So I caught Michael Bay's new nerdgasmic destructofest Transformers the other night, and gotta say..I fucking loved it. It didn't shock me that I liked it..I am more than easily entertained. What surprised me was how much better it was than I expected.

The plot: This kid gets a car from Bernie Mac which turns out to be a giant fucking robot. Said giant fucking robot instant messages his giant fucking robot posse in outer space who promptly come to Earth to find their lost thing that looks like a Borg Spaceship (google it, non-nerds) to make sure it doesn't fall into the hands of other more evil giant fucking robots. Some stuff happens with jokey jokes, hackers, and a hot girl, then Megatron wakes up and decides to be a totally boss, evil robot badass. Starscream shows up, and I squeal like a nerd pig. Then the giant fucking robots on both sides have a giant fucking super fight in downtown Los Angeles where they bring the ruckus and wreck fucking house till my eyes start to bleed from seeing too much awesomeness . The end. If you squint and imagine a trillion dollar cocaine-fueled CGI budget, it looks alot like this:


So to sum it up, here are the reasons to go see it:

1: There are giant fucking robots in it.
2: Those robots are really fucking awesome, even when being gay.
3: More things explode than ever before.
Even the explosions explode.
4: Optimus Prime is voiced by the original cartoon actor, who sounds like Jesus if he came back as a 20 foot alien Mack Truck.
5: Autobots: Boss.
6: Decepticons: Uber-Boss.
7: There is going to be a sequel.
8: See reason #1, and say it to yourself 20 more times.

Please, feed Michael Bay's cocaine habit so he can make more of these. And don't believe the naysayers. They must have a problem with giant robots who fight, party,
and wrap fanboy brains in awesomeness for 2 hours. Clearly they hate freedom.


Ghostbusters Vs. Steve Irwin


Kahn Vs. Waldo


Brimley Wars


Diabeetus straight ahead! stay on target...stay on target..

Tuesday, July 03, 2007

Pirates for Jesus

This video gets neatly filed away in the WTF catagory.

Almost makes a body feel sorry for the old red devil. I'm also a little confused about the concept of Christian Pirate Puppets. Are they pirates in order to get some kind of street cred that regular christian puppets don't? Whoever created these clearly didn't understand the fundamentals of pirating. Rape, murder and pillage for Jesus!

More Robots!

In keeping with the theme, since this holiday weekend is all about scary robots, here's another Chemical Brothers video from their last album that had me looking over my shoulder....

Soundwave: You Got the Touch!

Two of my favorite things, together at last: Transformers and Boogie Nights! In honor of the release of the Michael Bay explosion-filled-snizz-fest being released tomorrow, I thought it only proper to check in with our favorite "1st Generation" Transformers who didn't get a call-back for this summer's blockbuster...Clearly, Soundwave is having a tough time in this age of iPods and digital media...

Monday, July 02, 2007

the Chemical Brothers - Do It Again

This video is amazing (and it doesn't hurt that the song gets in your head). It's your classic "liberating rave music freeing people's minds" tale with a twist. The Chemical Brothers have remained relevant for 12 or 13 years, which is no small feat in today's ADD, fractured music scene.

Bonus Coverage:
Here's a killer mashup vid of another dope Chemical Brothers song with some Crouching Raver Hidden Dragon shit.

Macho Man: Protector Of America


"Elian!!! You're in the Danger Zone! Surrender to the power!! Bow down to the kingdom of the madness! Oooooh Yeeeah!!! History beckons the Macho Man! The madness is runnin' wild!!! Elizabeth?"

Sunday, July 01, 2007

Pharoahe Monch - Body Baby

This track is killing it in England right now, with good reason...Pharoahe Monch flexes on production over a lot of the new album, and it's good. Hopefully more people will buy this album than the last one (which was also damn good). This one's got a late 60s vibe and a very sing-songy flow, and the whole album has a classic soul flavor to it, even the bangers (and there are a few).

Magnetic Fields Forever

Part preacher, part scientist, and part berserker rage, Grandpa John, is all infotainment. Add in a little unnecessary blue screen and you've got the next Bill Nye.