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(no subject) [Aug. 1st, 2010|02:16 am]
It is no secret that I love to hate Twilight.

Jack had a hard time convincing me to go to the first movie, but it turned out to be hilarious.

I was completely willing to the second one, because it was like the movies were secretly parodies.

Tonight I dragged Jack to see the latest Twilight movie. It was different than the first two; it was an okay movie. Not the sort of movie that you go around recommending to everyone to see, but the sort you enjoy while watching. I mean, heck, the actors emoted in this film. Even Kristen Stewart!

I don't know how I feel about this.
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(no subject) [Jul. 26th, 2010|01:31 pm]
This morning, a sparrow landed on our windowsill and looked at Jack.

Just thought I'd share that, since it's not everyday you have a Jack Sparrow experience.
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AAAAAAAAAAAGGGGGGGHHHHHHHH!!!!!!!!!!! [Jun. 21st, 2010|05:46 pm]
I've been reading some It Just Bugs Me stuff on TV Tropes, because I normally find that very entertaining. Today I've been reading the stuff that just bugs people about Transmetropolitan, V for Vendetta, and Watchmen. I want to scream and bash my head into a bloody pulp.

Okay, the fact that, for the latter two, people can't seem to separate the comics from the movies is irksome, but typical.

With V for VendettaCollapse )

Concerning TransmetropolitanCollapse )

What is really horrible is the maddening cluster-fuck that is the It Just Bugs Me page for WatchmenCollapse )
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Captain America: A Sad Reflection of American Values? [Jun. 18th, 2010|12:57 pm]
This is just about a thought that occurred to me about Captain America's super powers. He went from super-scrawny, un-enlistable to Aryan Wet Dream American Super Soldier thanks to the Super Soldier Serum. I'm pretty sure that his immune system got kicked into high gear with that, eliminating any allergies he had and, presumably, allowing him to deal with any sort of infection he might come across. If this is the case, I have a question:

Why are there any viral/bacterial diseases in the Marvel Universe?

We basically create vaccinations by injecting stuff into volunteers and then removing the blood later on. So why doesn't Captain America just volunteer himself to public health? He wants to serve his country so bad he submitted himself to experimental injections in the first place and then put on spandex, but he doesn't do this? He would do so much more for his country and the world than any of the civilian-endangering, property-destroying crap he does. Of course, that's much flashier, but that just suggests that Captain America is more of a glory hound than someone trying to serve his compatriots.

So the next time you listen to Angel dying in RENT, just remember that that would totally be Captain America's fault if RENT was part of the same universe as Captain America.
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(no subject) [May. 17th, 2010|09:14 am]
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WARNING: PUN [May. 5th, 2010|12:21 pm]
How is Hitler like a phallic potato?

I don't know, how is blah blah blah?Collapse )
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(no subject) [May. 5th, 2010|11:41 am]
Now I remember why I stopped using Tom of Maine's deodorant the last time I had it; it gave me a rash. Good thing I got two sticks of it while it was on sale.
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Writer's Block: Cinqo de Mayo [May. 5th, 2010|11:40 am]

Do you celebrate your country's independence? If so, how?

I celebrate by spelling it Cinco de Mayo

Umm...I don't think I really do much of anything for July 4th, unless someone has a barbecue or something. Maybe watching fireworks.

I would like to get a Hungarian flag and cut a big hole in the middle to hang up during the period of the year that the 1956 Hungarian Revolution was going on. (During the revolution, Hungarians cut the Soviet coat of arms out of the middle of the flag.)
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(no subject) [May. 4th, 2010|04:27 pm]
A shitty day at work is the perfect prelude for a final exam that you have no idea how you'll do on.
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(no subject) [Apr. 2nd, 2010|01:15 pm]
Discrimination in the Workplace from Cracked.
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