Archive for January, 2007

Snake of the Week

January 26, 2007

How racist is Rush Limbaugh, you ask? Here’s what he had to say Wednesday:

LIMBAUGH: Hey, Barack Obama has picked up another endorsement: Halfrican American actress Halle Berry. “As a Halfrican American, I am honored to have Ms. Berry’s support, as well as the support of other Halfrican Americans,” Obama said.  He didn’t say it, but — anyway, there are those out there — greetings.  (Listen for yourself here)

Rush Limbaugh…Eegah’s “Snake of the Week“!



A wink’s as good as a nod to a blind bat…

January 22, 2007

“He who winks the eye causes trouble, And a babbling fool comes to ruin.”  Proverbs 10:10


Good luck at tomorrow’s State of the Union, oh, great orator of our time!

Holy crappy logo, Batman!

January 11, 2007


Warner Brothers today announced their solution to the HD format wars – one side of the disc Blu-Ray, the other side HD-DVD.  Sort of like the Crispix cereal of home electronics.  This announcement comes on the heels of LG’s two-in-one HD player earlier this week.  I just wish there was a third format so the combinations would be endless.  Anyway, the worst part of the TotalHD announcement is the logo, which appears to have been designed the night before they unveiled it.  Yes folks, you are looking at Copperplate – the second most overused font after Comic Sans. 

The Psycho shower murder…in pop-up form!

January 10, 2007

Okay, this has got to be one of the coolest popup books ever.  I own nearly half of Alfred Hitchcock’s 53 films, several of his short story anthologies, and Season One of Hitchcock Presents.  But this is definitely something to add to the collection.

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“You ask Stan Grossman, he’ll tell ya the same thing!”

January 9, 2007

Little Miss Sunshine

I watched “Little Miss Sunshine” this past weekend. It has got to be one of the funniest and at the same time most well put together movie I have seen in a long time. It is aslo one of the best dark comedies since “Fargo”, which brings me to my point – both movies have a character named Stan Grossman. Coincidence?