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Today's quote:

"I am offended by reality all the time"
                                                  -Stephen Colbert
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'cause you know, sometimes it helps to watch this again in order to put things into their proper perspective...
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In celebration of the 4th of July!
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Okay, I can't pass up the 30th Anniversary of "Star Wars" without posting something.
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In the spirit of whatever.
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I've always wondered what a wrecked $1.5 million car looks like. Now, I don't feel so bad driving my POS.
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Better than the "Dawn" remake and "Land Of The Dead" combined!

Sushi Joke

Mar. 11th, 2007 05:29 am
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Yes, it's true. They are laughing at us!!!
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Had to post it!
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This is really funny if you're a Battlestar Galactica fan (current series) and if you're not you should be.
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Okay, if no one's going to post this stupid thing, I am.

Scary Mary

Dec. 8th, 2006 02:26 am
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Someone sent this to me. Had to pass it along.
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Posted this last years as print, but thanks to YouTube, here is the whole thing.
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Rumsfeld is out!
Buh-bye, ya bastard!
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I AM AN AMERICAN INDIAN, NOT A NATIVE AMERICAN!
from Russell Means

I abhor the term Native American. It is a generic government term used to describe all the indigenous prisoners of the United States. These are the American Samoans, the Micronesians, the Aleutes, the original Hawaiians and the erroneously termed Eskimos, who are actually Upiks and Inupiats. And, of course, the American Indian.

I prefer the term American Indian because I know its origins. The word Indian is an English bastardization of two Spanish words, En Dio, which correctly translated means in with God. As an added distinction the American Indian is the only ethnic group in the United States with the American before our ethnicity.

At an international conference of Indians from the Americas held in Geneva, Switzerland at the United Nations in 1977 we unanimously decided we would go under the term American Indian. We were enslaved as American Indians, we were colonized as American Indians and we will gain our freedom as American Indians and then we will call ourselves any damn thing we choose.

Finally, I will not allow a government, any government, to define who I am. Besides anyone born in the Western hemisphere is a Native American.
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Okay, this is just strange...
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I was wrong. I thought [livejournal.com profile] mock_the_stupid was the best. It has since been replaced by [livejournal.com profile] customers_suck. It is brilliance. As I like to say, "Anyone who doesn't think the human race is insane has never worked in the service industry."
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Yes, it's true:

http://news.yahoo.com/s/nm/20060502/film_nm/nightmare_dc_1

"Nightmare" awakens for 3-D release

By Sheigh Crabtree
Tue May 2, 4:35 AM ET




LOS ANGELES (Hollywood Reporter) - Sally will drop nightshade into Dr. Finkelstein's tea in 3-D come Halloween, when Walt Disney Pictures releases a digitally remastered version of "Tim Burton's The Nightmare Before Christmas."

The digital release of the 1993 stop-motion animated classic is set for October 20.

"Nightmare" marks the second digital 3-D theatrical release from Disney after "Chicken Little" did banner business last year in digital 3-D on 84 U.S. screens at 81 locations. The digital 3-D boxoffice returns outperformed the standard screenings nearly 3-to-1, according to Disney estimates.

Burton and "Nightmare" director Henry Selick are involved in the digital remastering of the stop-mo feature starring Jack Skellington, the pumpkin king of Halloween Town.

"When visitors came to visit the set of 'Nightmare Before Christmas,' they were always amazed by the intricate sets and beautiful puppets -- that they actually existed in miniature," Selick said Monday. "It was disappointing to see this effect lost on film. By remastering for 3-D, I hope that some of this magic can be captured and shown to the audience in a way they've never seen before."

Disney's rerelease of the wicked tale represents the first 3-D feature to stake a claim on the Halloween holiday, much like Warner Bros. Pictures called dibs on the Christmas frame with the 3-D rerelease of 2004's "The Polar Express."

"Nightmare" is in the early stages of being digitally scanned and converted into 3-D by the computer-graphics group at George Lucas' Industrial Light + Magic.

Executives were reluctant to discuss the design of the 3-D passive glasses that will be handed out to audiences at "Nightmare" screenings but suggested they will be appropriately ghoulish and collectible.

Domestically, "Nightmare" made $50.3 million when first released in 1993.

Sony Pictures' "Monster House," executive produced by Robert Zemeckis and Steven Spielberg, is expected to be the next film to play in digital 3-D when released July 21.

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"I was over in Australia during Easter which was interesting. Interesting to note they celebrate Easter the same way do; commerating the death and resurrection of Jesus by telling our children a giant bunny rabbit left chocolate eggs in the night. Now, I wonder why we're fucked up as a race? Anybody got any clues out there? Where do you get this shit from? Why those two things? Why not goldfish left Lincoln Logs in your sock drawer, you know? As long as we're making shit up go hogwild, you know. At least a goldfish with a Lincoln Log on it's back going across the floor towards your sock drawer has a miraculous connotation to it.

'Mummy, when I woke up this morning there was a Lincoln Log in me sock drawer.'
'That's the story of Jesus.' "
-Bill Hicks "Rant In E-Minor"
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Was reading the Dallas Observer and then was at their website for an update:
Trees will be closing for good on January 2:2006

http://www.dallasobserver.com/Issues/2005-12-29/music/music.html

and according to this:
Club Dada has closed.
http://music.dallasobserver.com/Issues/2005-12-29/music/isthison.html

Apparently, there's a sign on the door of Dada saying that they'll reopen after Christmas,
...but WE'VE HEARD THAT ONE BEFORE (not that I haven't been actually in the place in about oh, ten years).

I gotta go to work.
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