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August 15, 2014

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Shiggz

I both do and do not want further explanation of the deal with the turtle wang.

-Is that all turtles?
-Is that shape to get around lady turtles shells?
-Ifso, in the future will our wangs evolve to get around pantsuits?

Shiggz

re the "this high" video.

*Dollars to donuts their HR administrator sitting in her office shopping for shoes online makes more then those guys.

-anti smoking ad played first then the first guy i see in the video has one hanging on his lip, and think to myself... Wow smoking is the least dangerous thing that guy is doing.

Hal

A project for the weekend.

It's nice to note that several have considered the gravity of the situation.

rjmadden

Wait, I put it in my mouth and… what?

It's not a good sign when your celebrity endorser refuses to be seen using your product.

Hal

You have to wonder how this happened.

Actually, looking at the picture tells me everything of what happened.

Then again, I and associates have repeatedly had to babysit alleged adults who think nothing at all of regularly painting themselves into situational corners and only then finally noticing the situation they and sometime we are in---and providing warnings ahead of time have proved pointless. Equally inevitably, they then they then go nosing about with totally enraged expressions, rather like a pissed off version of these.

Hal

How high? This high.

Admittedly, somewhat reminiscent of this.

David

It’s not a good sign when your celebrity endorser refuses to be seen using your product.

“How much money? Okay, I’ll hold it… but I won’t put it in my mouth.”

Hal

Free noir films.

. . . !! . . !!!! . . . . !??!?!?!?!?!?!!!!!!!!

hot damn.

---There is a paper on recent examples of film noir where the research has been utterly bottlenecked behind the research and writing of a different paper which is now finally approaching completion . . . . Absolute bloody hell why thank you, David, will add that resource to this other . . . . !!!!!!!!

Hal

And finally . . .

A tortoise penis is a thing to behold.

Well, considering the situational logistics of two different shells, I'm rather not surprised . . .


A giant turtle made of scrap.

Oooooohhhh. Nice. Very well done . . . . .


Calculating the Doctor’s face.

Heh. Hehehehehehehehehehehehehehehehe . . . . . . . . . . A tool already noted when considering the aspects of making movies with video game production software . . .


And finally, the formula for pretty much every episode of Murder, She Wrote.

Also already noted elsewhere: Angela Lansbury will return in an updated "Murder, She Wrote." This time her bloodbath reign of terror is exposed and she's electrocuted in Texas during sweeps.
- from Tim's column on April 1 1998

Angela Lansbury is a murdering demon. How many times must we say that one day, in a just world, she will pay for the bloodbath that is Cabot Cove?

. . . . . or as a girlfriend noted one time when we were listening to Sweeney Todd one afternoon, and she finally realized exactly who was cackling away on the recording, Angela??!?!?!!!!!!!!!!!!

David

I’m happy that you’re happy, Hal.

Greg Allan

"100 ways to attack the groin."

Reported that video to youtube as a revolting promotion and mockery of sexual assault.

R. Sherman

The tortoise penis is definitely not something to look at during breakfast.

(Please ignore the fact that I voluntarily clicked the link.)

David

The tortoise penis is definitely not something to look at during breakfast.

I first saw one of those, in action, a few years ago at my sister-in-law’s house. I thought the creature had had some horrific prolapse. It turned out it was just trying to hump the kitchen floor.

Tyrone

I also made the mistake of clicking the tortoise link during breakfast. Ye flipping gods. What has been seen cannot be unseen.

Ted S., Catskill Mtns., NY, USA

I always figured Jessica Fletcher committed all the murders and used her skill as a mystery writer to "solve" the cases in a way that got others to confess.

Angela Lansbury was quite saucy in Gaslight.

David

Ye flipping gods. What has been seen cannot be unseen.

No refunds. Credit note only.

I’m not sure why anyone would choose a tortoise as a pet, instead of, say, a cat or a dog. Or fish. I mean, a tortoise is pretty much inert. You might as well get a nice vase instead. It would do almost as much.

Jacob

Wait a minute.

Attack the groin.
Massive tortoise penis.
Village People.
His levitating wiener.
"Tunable stiffness structures".
Putting big flappy things in your mouth.

There's something going on here.

David

Man who created the first pop-up ad finally apologises.

R. Sherman

I first saw one of those [tortoise penis] in action, a few years ago at my sister-in-law’s house.

So many questions, so little time.

rabbit

Film noir is one of Hollywood’s only organic artistic movements.

Still trying to parse that one.

Hal

Film noir is one of Hollywood’s only organic artistic movements.

Still trying to parse that one.

Easily done, actually. Rather than wander off into discussions of the penny dreadfuls leading to noir, vs the big screens westerns and big screen musicals also being innovative, vs where they all came from actually, what I'm noting as more telling is the previous line;

Ask that question to the Film Noir Foundation and this is what they’ll tell you: . . . . .

. . . because the Film Noir Foundation is not going to be the least bit biased or interested in monopolizing the conceptual conversation whatsoever, will only state the totally objective view---Yeah, how noir of me . . . !

I am quite interested in that collection of sources in the meantime, even if the presentation looks, ah, seedy and . . experienced, ah, well used, that's the thought . . !

dicentra

A thoroughly strange Japanese commercial

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