Behold: a burger made from ground bacon.
KIRK: Hey, man. You up? FLAPJACKS: Blurrrgh. KIRK: Yeah, but are you up? FLAPJACKS: Ugggggh. KIRK: Great. So can I borrow some rubbers? ME: (opening door) Okay, look, you were here last night. KIRK: Yeah. ME: When he ate that sandwich from Subway. KIRK: Yeah. ME: And when he started vomiting two hours later. KIRK: [...]
The fourth edition Dungeons and Dragons rulebooks have leaked onto the interwoobs, and out of curiosity I decided to take a look. I highly doubt I’m going to sit down and play straight D&D ever again – standard fantasy RP doesn’t interest me any more, hasn’t for years, I find whatever RPG interests I have [...]
In the final episode, the judges and choreographers dance in the big opening routine along with the contestants. And they are good. Honestly, that’s a sort of national character thing right there.
Kellogg brings back Hydrox cookies.
Every Thursday, mightygodking.com returns to the pages of Who’s Who, the classic 1980s DC comic book encyclopedia of their characters. Every week, a character shall be judged on the only scale scientific enough that matters: the Rex The Wonder Dog scale of fantasticosity. I have to admit, I am completely torn this week. On the [...]
Another week, another posting from me at The Court – this week is a critique of the recent ruling in Canada v. Khadr, which should be of interest to some of my American audience, seeing as how it concerns a Guantanamo Bay detainee.
Another film that got overlooked in theatres, and although most who have seen it sing its praises (and given the subject matter that is kind of a bad pun), it still hasn’t found the audience it rightly deserves on DVD as of yet. Right now it’s mostly a cult flick. Saved is an excellent film [...]
The amount of drama and sheer stupidity being generated by the Livejournal Advisory Board election is beyond belief. For those of you wise enough to stay the hell away from Livejournal (“going downhill since 2005″), a brief summary. The Livejournal Advisory Board is exactly what it sounds like: a bunch of people who advise Livejournal [...]
Twitter. I utterly fail to see the appeal of Twitter. Understand that I am someone who is online a lot – I am not offering up the standard crank “why you kids playin’ with those danged computers dang it” rant here. But this need for total connectedness is beyond me, and frankly it’s not even [...]
If anything, Sydney Pollack’s legacy isn’t his roster of great character acting roles, nor his reasonable slate of directorial work. It’s his work as a producer – the most thankless of roles in the business, often unfairly dismissed as “money men” when the best producers are the most passionate hands-on creators of them all. The [...]