“William Shatner performed a unique version of Elton John’s song, ”Rocket Man“, in 1978, for a Sci-Fi/Fantasy awards show.”
Either he is a brilliant prankster, or absolutely insane. I managed to keep it together until the “third shatner” came out with his tie undone and started “dancing”. Watch it, you will understand.
While absolutely hilarious, and cool challenged, I have to be amazed by his talent. And I have to laugh. A lot.
If anyone can translate this site it would be great. Google attempted and came back with this:
“This way is the waste 墟 search photo studio which is the main of this HP.
Presently we search Kanagawa prefecture and the around that. The area we would like to keep expanding little by little from now on, is.
Still, it is the poor waste 墟 photograph, but the り please enjoy please loosely distantly.”
I wrote about my idea for a TV show a while back, what would the world look like 100, 200, 500 years from now if all the humans were instantly removed?
No one has made the TV show yet, but I have found a couple of photographers who have been taken pictures of long-abandoned towns.
“I decided to take a select few of these popular characters and render their skeletal systems as I imagine they might resemble if one truly had eye sockets half the size of its head, or fingerless-hands, or feet comprising 60% of its body mass.”
Dear Garfield Readers,
There are other comics with cats in them. Here is one that is actually funny. Sorry, no lasagna “jokes”. I know that will be disapointing.
PS- You make me sick.
Society for Handheld Hushing (Foul Language Warning!)
JUST SO YOU KNOW: EVERYONE AROUND YOU IS BEING FORCED TO LISTEN TO YER CONVERSATION.
Pass-along cards to help the courtesy challenged. I once sat behind a guy talking on his phone at church. I could have used a card that said, “Unless that is God…”
These ‘Shocking Remote Control Tanks’ definitely live up to their name. Each remote control has electrodes (I’m guessing) that will give you a mild electric shock each time your opponent’s tank scores a hit.
I have decided to occasionally post lists of links I have been reading lately, with the hope that others might enjoy them as well. I am usually linking to specific articles, and can’t make any guarantees about the rest of the content on any site.
DeYoung produced documents detailing alleged waste even on routine services: $50,000 a month for soda, at $45 a case; $1 million a month to clean clothes — or $100 for each 15-pound bag of laundry.
“That money could have been used to take care of soldiers,” she said.
DeYoung also claims people were paid to do nothing. Mike West says he was one of them. Paid $82,000 a year to be a labor foreman in Iraq, West claims he never had any laborers to supervise. “They said just log 12 hours a day and walk around and look busy,” he said. “OK, so we did.”
Stanley Kubrick’s films were landmark events – majestic, memorable and richly researched. But, as the years went by, the time between films grew longer and longer, and less and less was seen of the director. What on earth was he doing? Two years after his death, Jon Ronson was invited to the Kubrick estate and let loose among the fabled archive. He was looking for a solution to the mystery – this is what he found…
Prefab Modernist homes available for purchase.
You can be just as healthy if you’re fat as you can if you’re slender. And don’t let the obesity ‘experts’ persuade you otherwise, argues Paul Campos
A little bit too conspiracy theory for me, but certainly an interesting article.
Two years after the apocalypse that was called the Second World War ended Magnum Photos was founded. The world’s most prestigious photographic agency was formed by four photographers – Robert Capa, Henri Cartier-Bresson, George Rodger, and David “Chim” Seymour – who had been very much scarred by that conflict and were motivated both by a sense of relief that the world had somehow survived and the curiosity to see what was still there.