10/31/07

Scary styles you can't escape

Looks like CafePress is carrying the officially licensed Saw IV gear as well as 30 Days of Night apparel which is cool. Check out the page where they're also carrying shirts from Showtime's Dexter, official Reservior Dogs apparel, and tees from Showtime's Weeds.

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Trent Reznor and Saul Williams Discuss Their New Collaboration, Mourn OiNK

The two talk about Oink, the record industry, Radiohead, and more. Very interesting read.

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10/30/07

Kevin Smith TALKING about his protest of Dogma

Kevin Smith Protests Dogma

This video is great. It's a local NJ news report from when Dogma came out about how people protested the movie. Little do the protesters know that they were joined by Kevin Smith himself. Love it...great movie too.

10/29/07

Trinity (TX) Laterals Their Way to Division III Wi

Almost Time for 24!

This has been one of my favorite shows on TV for the past few years, but nobody can deny that last season SUCKED. I really really hope that this season is better. Check out the trailer below:

Preview of Season 7

Set in Washington, DC, “Day 7” opens with CTU dismantled and JACK BAUER (Kiefer Sutherland) on trial. Bauer’s day takes an unexpected turn when former colleague TONY ALMEIDA (Carlos Bernard) returns. Meanwhile, President ALLISON TAYLOR (Cherry Jones) leads the country alongside White House Chief of Staff ETHAN KANIN (Bob Gunton) and First Gentleman HENRY TAYLOR (Colm Feore).

A national security crisis prompts an investigation by a team of FBI agents including Agent JANIS GOLD (Janeane Garofalo), Agent RENEE WALKER (Annie Wersching), Agent LARRY MOSS (Jeffrey Nordling), Agent SEAN HILLINGER (Rhys Coiro) and security specialist MICHAEL LATHAM (John Billingsley). Although CTU is no longer, CHLOE O’BRIAN (Mary Lynn Rajskub) and BILL BUCHANAN (James Morrison) are back for another momentous day of shocking events.





10/26/07

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10/25/07

Top 10 Reasons Gay Marriage is UnAmerican

This list is so awesome. Had to share it with the other 2 people who read this blog:

From: wwjv4.com

I found this list on BW.org there was no attribution as he found it somewhere else. I thought it was very pertinent to this site and concisely addresses the most common arguments against gay marriage in a very funny way.

  1. Being gay is not natural. Real Americans always reject unnatural things like eyeglasses, polyester, and air conditioning.
  2. Gay marriage will encourage people to be gay, in the same way that hanging around tall people will make you tall.
  3. Legalizing gay marriage will open the door to all kinds of crazy behavior. People may even wish to marry their pets because a dog has legal standing and can sign a marriage contract.
  4. Straight marriage has been around a long time and hasn’t changed at all; women are still property, blacks still can’t marry whites, and divorce is still illegal.
  5. Straight marriage will be less meaningful if gay marriage were allowed; the sanctity of Britany Spears’ 55-hour just-for-fun marriage would be destroyed.
  6. Straight marriages are valid because they produce children. Gay couples, infertile couples, and old people shouldn’t be allowed to marry because our orphanages aren’t full yet, and the world needs more children.
  7. Obviously gay parents will raise gay children, since straight parents only raise straight children.
  8. Gay marriage is not supported by religion. In a theocracy like ours, the values of one religion are imposed on the entire country. That’s why we have only one religion in America.
  9. Children can never succeed without a male and a female role model at home. That’s why we as a society expressly forbid single parents to raise children.
  10. Gay marriage will change the foundation of society; we could never adapt to new social norms. Just like we haven’t adapted to cars, the service-sector economy, or longer life spans.

Contemptster Metioned in New York Magazine


Our friends (and I don't mean "hey, you write a blog and I write a blog" type of friend...they're actual friends of mine) over at Contemptster.com were pleasantly surprised to learn that they were mentioned in the latest edition of New York Magazine:

NY Magazine Link - 3rd paragraph:
3. In keeping with the spirit of online vitriol, a blogger known as the Contemptster chose the occasion of a recent Look Book subject (October 15) to chastise the magazine for glorifying the rich. “We have the largest gap between rich and poor in history …and most of us are one paycheck away from sharing the sidewalk with a urine-drenched schizo, yet we need to give this woman a forum…someone please fix me an arsenic cocktail.” Coming right up!

So great lol. Like Contemptster has any business being in NYMagazine.


Here's their response:

A special thanks to New York Magazine for linking and writing about our blog. Even though they’re criticizing our “vitriol” and offering to assist our suicide like so many Dr. Kervokians it’s still pretty cool. We really have no right being published in a legitimate magazine let alone a publication that practically swept the National Magazine Awards last year.

But you know what, I think I’ll pass on that arsenic cocktail for now. That is, until we make the Lowbrow/Despicable quadrant of the Approval Matrix (which has been known to “borrow” our ideas from time to time. Kidding!) because that would be a pinnacle that we could never top.

Oh, and one more thing: we’re called Contemptster, not “The Contempster”. Well, unless you want to sound like my dad in which case may we introduce you to “The Google“?

So exciting for our friends over at Contemptster. Maybe one day soon the people over at New York Magazine will be excited to learn that they've been mentioned on Contemptster.com.







Google Launches 'The Google' For Older Adults

From: The Onion

The Onion

Google Launches 'The Google' For Older Adults

MOUNTAIN VIEW, CA—The popular search engine Google announced plans Friday to launch a new site, TheGoogle.com, to appeal to older adults not...


MOUNTAIN VIEW, CA—The popular search engine Google announced plans Friday to launch a new site, TheGoogle.com, to appeal to older adults not able to navigate the original website's single text field and two clearly marked buttons.

"The Google will have all the same information currently found on regular Google, but with the added features of not stealing your credit-card numbers or giving your computer all kinds of viruses," said Rick Tillich, The Google project director. "All you have to do to turn the website on is put the little blinking line thing in the cyberspace window at the top of the screen, type 'thegoogle.com,' and press 'return'—although it will also recognize http.wwwthegoogle.com, google.aol, and 'THEGOOGLE' typed into a Word document."

Tillich added that he hopes the site will soon replace Yahoo Internet Website.com as the most popular search engine for users over 55.

Ha! I Love it. Hopefully next they'll come out with an iPod that's easier to use since my mother still can't figure it out.

10/23/07

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10/19/07

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Last night I attended the greatest football game in history as I witnessed Rutgers beat #2 ranked University of South Florida. I've never seen anything like this...it was amazing. Check out some of the videos below:



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10/18/07

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10/17/07

Mac OS X V10.5 Leopard available NOW!

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Apple to Ship Mac OS X Leopard on October 26

CUPERTINO, California—October 16, 2007—Apple® today announced that Mac OS® X Leopard will go on sale Friday, October 26 at 6:00 p.m. at Apple’s retail stores and Apple Authorized Resellers, and that Apple’s online store is now accepting pre-orders. Leopard is packed with more than 300 new features and introduces a brand new desktop with Stacks, a new way to easily access files from the Dock; a redesigned Finder that lets users quickly browse and share files between multiple Macs; Quick Look, a new way to instantly see files without opening an application; Spaces, an intuitive new feature used to create groups of applications and instantly switch between them; and Time Machine, an effortless way to automatically back up everything on a Mac®.

“Leopard, the sixth major release of Mac OS X, is the best upgrade we’ve ever released,” said Steve Jobs, Apple’s CEO. “And everyone gets the ‘Ultimate’ version, packed with all the new innovative features, for just $129.”

Leopard’s new desktop includes the redesigned 3D Dock with Stacks, a new way to organize files for quick and easy access with just one click. Leopard automatically places web, email and other downloads in a Downloads stack to maintain a clutter-free desktop, and users can instantly fan the contents of this and other Stacks into an elegant arc right from the Dock. Users can also create their own Stacks for quick access to folders, documents or applications. Leopard’s gorgeous new look extends to all applications, with every window on the desktop offering a consistent design theme and active windows outlined by deeper shadows that make them stand out.

The updated Finder includes Cover Flow® and a new sidebar with a dramatically simplified way to search for, browse and copy content from any PC or Mac on a local network. Content on any computer on a local network can now be searched using Spotlight™, browsed using Cover Flow or copied across the network with a simple drag and drop. .Mac members can use the new Back to My Mac feature to browse and access files on their remote Macs over the Internet.

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iChat®, the easiest-to-use video conferencing application on any personal computer, offers even richer video chats in Leopard with iChat Theater, which makes it easy to show photos, presentations, videos or files in a video conference; screen sharing which lets users remotely view and operate another Mac; and Photo Booth® effects for fun distortions and video backdrops that can instantly make users appear to be anywhere they choose.

Other new features in Leopard include:

  • improved Parental Controls, aiding parents in managing their kids’ online activities with automatic identification of unsuitable content before allowing website access, plus time limits and activity logs that can be accessed from any Mac on a home network;
  • the complete Boot Camp® release, previously available only as a beta, making it possible to run Windows natively on Intel-based Macs;**
  • Web Clip, bringing anything that a user wants from a web page to Dashboard as a live widget;
  • new Photo Booth features, helping users create animated iChat buddy icons or fun effects and backdrops with still or video images;
  • an enhanced Dictionary with Wikipedia built in, allowing users to access up to date information on virtually any subject in a snap;
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Mac OS X version 10.5 Leopard will be available on October 26 at Apple’s retail stores and through Apple Authorized Resellers for a suggested retail price of $129 (US) for a single user license, and online pre-orders can be made through Apple's online store (www.apple.com) starting today. The Mac OS X Leopard Family Pack is a single-household, five-user license that will be available for a suggested retail price of $199 (US). Volume and maintenance pricing is available from Apple. The standard Mac OS Up-To-Date upgrade package is available to all customers who purchased a qualifying new Mac system from Apple or an Apple Authorized Reseller on or after October 1, 2007 for a shipping and handling fee of $9.95 (US). Leopard requires a minimum of 512MB of RAM and is designed to run on any Macintosh® computer with an Intel, PowerPC G5 or G4 (867 Mhz or faster) processor. Full system requirements can be found at www.apple.com/macosx/techspecs.

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10/16/07

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10/12/07

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So, once again Ann Coulter has opened her giant, hate spouting mouth on national television. You can find the info here:

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In short she has said that all Jewish people should be "perfected" to Christianity. Not ok.

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10/11/07

Ann Coulter - Crazy AND anti-Semitic

Article originally found here: http://www.editorandpublisher.com/eandp/news/article_display.jsp?vnu_content_id=1003657196

We all know Ann Coulter is crazy, but on a recent Donny Deutsch show, Coulter made some pretty overt anti-Semitic remarks. Below is the article and I'll look for youTube clips as well.

Ann Coulter on CNBC Show: Jews Need 'Perfecting'

By E&P Staff

Published: October 11, 2007 12:15 AM ET updated 1:30 PM ET
NEW YORK Appearing on Donny Deutsch's CNBC show, "The Big Idea," on Monday night, columnist/author Ann Coulter suggested that the U.S. would be a better place if there weren't any Jewish people and that they needed to "perfect" themselves into -- Christians.


It led Deutsch to suggest that surely she couldn't mean that, and when she insisted she did, he said this sounded "anti-Semitic."


Asked by Deutsch whether she wanted to be like "the head of Iran" and "wipe Israel off the Earth," Coulter stated: "No, we just want Jews to be perfected, as they say. ... That's what Christianity is. We believe the Old Testament."


Deutsch told E&P's sibling magazine, Adweek, today, "I was offended. And then, and this was interesting, she started to back off and seemed a little upset."


Asked to gauge her reaction, Deutsch said, "I think she got frightened that maybe she had crossed a line, that this was maybe a faux pas of great proportions. I mean, did it show ignorance? Anti-Semitism? It wasn't just one of those silly things."


A transcript, provided by Media Matters, follows.

*

DEUTSCH: Christian -- so we should be Christian? It would be better if we were all Christian?


COULTER: Yes.


DEUTSCH: We should all be Christian?


COULTER: Yes. Would you like to come to church with me, Donny?


DEUTSCH: So I should not be a Jew, I should be a Christian, and this would be a better place?


COULTER: Well, you could be a practicing Jew, but you're not.


DEUTSCH: I actually am. That's not true. I really am. But -- so we would be better if we were - if people -- if there were no Jews, no Buddhists --

COULTER: Whenever I'm harangued by --


DEUTSCH: -- in this country? You can't believe that.


COULTER: -- you know, liberals on diversity --


DEUTSCH: Here you go again.


COULTER: No, it's true. I give all of these speeches at megachurches across America, and the one thing that's really striking about it is how utterly, completely diverse they are, and completely unself-consciously. You walk past a mixed-race couple in New York, and it's like they have a chip on their shoulder. They're just waiting for somebody to say something, as if anybody would. And --


DEUTSCH: I don't agree with that. I don't agree with that at all. Maybe you have the chip looking at them. I see a lot of interracial couples, and I don't see any more or less chips there either way. That's erroneous.


COULTER: No. In fact, there was an entire Seinfeld episode about Elaine and her boyfriend dating because they wanted to be a mixed-race couple, so you're lying.


DEUTSCH: Oh, because of some Seinfeld episode? OK.


COULTER: But yeah, I think that's reflective of what's going on in the culture, but it is completely striking that at these huge megachurches -- the idea that, you know, the more Christian you are, the less tolerant you would be is preposterous.


DEUTSCH: That isn't what I said, but you said I should not -- we should just throw Judaism away and we should all be Christians, then, or --


COULTER: Yeah.


DEUTSCH: Really?


COULTER: Well, it's a lot easier. It's kind of a fast track.


DEUTSCH: Really?


COULTER: Yeah. You have to obey.


DEUTSCH: You can't possibly believe that.


COULTER: Yes.


DEUTSCH: You can't possibly -- you're too educated, you can't -- you're like my friend in --


COULTER: Do you know what Christianity is? We believe your religion, but you have to obey.


DEUTSCH: No, no, no, but I mean --


COULTER: We have the fast-track program.


DEUTSCH: Why don't I put you with the head of Iran? I mean, come on. You can't believe that.


COULTER: The head of Iran is not a Christian.


DEUTSCH: No, but in fact, "Let's wipe Israel" --


COULTER: I don't know if you've been paying attention.


DEUTSCH: "Let's wipe Israel off the earth." I mean, what, no Jews?


COULTER: No, we think -- we just want Jews to be perfected, as they say.


DEUTSCH: Wow, you didn't really say that, did you?


COULTER: Yes. That is what Christianity is. We believe the Old Testament, but ours is more like Federal Express. You have to obey laws. We know we're all sinners --


DEUTSCH: In my old days, I would have argued -- when you say something absurd like that, there's no --


COULTER: What's absurd?


DEUTSCH: Jews are going to be perfected. I'm going to go off and try to perfect myself --


COULTER: Well, that's what the New Testament says.


DEUTSCH: Ann Coulter, author of If Democrats Had Any Brains, They'd Be Republicans, and if Ann Coulter had any brains, she would not say Jews need to be perfected. I'm offended by that personally. And we'll have more Big Idea when we come back.


[...]


DEUTSCH: Welcome back to The Big Idea. During the break, Ann said she wanted to explain her last comment. So I'm going to give her a chance. So you don't think that was offensive?


COULTER: No. I'm sorry. It is not intended to be. I don't think you should take it that way, but that is what Christians consider themselves: perfected Jews. We believe the Old Testament. As you know from the Old Testament, God was constantly getting fed up with humans for not being able to, you know, live up to all the laws. What Christians believe -- this is just a statement of what the New Testament is -- is that that's why Christ came and died for our sins. Christians believe the Old Testament. You don't believe our testament.


DEUTSCH: You said -- your exact words were, "Jews need to be perfected." Those are the words out of your mouth.


COULTER: No, I'm saying that's what a Christian is.


DEUTSCH: But that's what you said -- don't you see how hateful, how anti-Semitic --


COULTER: No!


DEUTSCH: How do you not see? You're an educated woman. How do you not see that?


COULTER: That isn't hateful at all.


DEUTSCH: But that's even a scarier thought.

10/10/07

Texas Tech bans T-shirt of Vick likeness hanging Texas A&M's dog mascot

from ESPN.com: http://sports.espn.go.com/ncf/news/story?id=3056172

LUBBOCK, Texas -- Texas Tech has banned the sale of a T-shirt bearing the likeness of Michael Vick hanging the dog mascot of rival Texas A&M.

The red and black shirts, with text that says "VICK 'EM" on the front in an apparent reference to the Aggies' slogan "Gig 'em," was created by a Tech student who was trying to sell them before Saturday's game in Lubbock.

The back of the shirt shows a football player wearing the No. 7 Vick jersey holding a rope with an image of the mascot Reveille at the end of a noose. Vick, who faces up to five years in prison after pleading guilty to a federal dogfighting charge, is suspended indefinitely by the NFL.

Tech officials late Tuesday announced the fraternity that sold the shirts was suspended temporarily and will face judicial review for allegedly violating the solicitation section of the students' code of conduct.

The school said it wouldn't allow the sale on campus of items that are "derogatory, inflammatory, insensitive, or in such bad taste."

No more shirts are being produced, the school said in a release.

A&M officials, in a statement, thanked Tech administrators for "their response and action regarding this matter."

Geoffrey Candia, the creator of the shirts who is with the Theta Chi fraternity, told The Associated Press they were taking full responsibility. "We realize the shirts shouldn't have been printed," he said.

He told The Battalion, A&M's newspaper, for Tuesday's editions that the university prohibited sale of the shirts on campus through his fraternity. He said he originally had wanted to give 50 percent of the proceeds to an animal defense league in Lubbock "because we knew there would be a controversy about the shirts, you know, animal rights, stuff like that." (editor's note: um, yea, sure you were gonna donate proceeds)

Candia told the newspaper about 300 had been sold. He had hoped 500 would be sold before Saturday's game.

In a posting on his Facebook site at about 4 a.m. Tuesday, Candia wrote: "a little tshirt get aggies all worked up... its a t-shirt people!"

The controversy comes about 2½ months after Gerald Myers, Tech's athletic director, announced a campaign to promote good sportsmanship across the campus and at athletic events. The words used in the effort are honor, respect, pride and tradition.

Myers did not immediately return a call seeking comment Tuesday.

"You can't make light of a situation like that," Tech media relations spokesman Chris Cook said. "That is in poor taste and poor judgment."

Robyn Katz, president of Tech's chapter of the Student Animal Legal Defense Fund, said her organization "wouldn't take a dime" from Candia.

"If he really wanted to help promote anti-animal cruelty then he would donate time" at a no-kill shelter," she said. "He's really doing the Tech community a disservice. There's plenty of other ways to promote a rivalry."

Hostility between the two schools is nothing new.

In 1999, after a Tech football victory, Red Raiders fans pelted Aggies players with batteries and taunts. Tech fans tore down the goalposts and paraded them past the Aggies' bus.

In 2001, about 1,000 Tech celebrants tore down the goalposts, marched them the length of the field and pushed them into the A&M section of the stadium. Aggies threw ice and a skirmish ensued.

Then there were the tortillas. In 1992, Tech fans began tossing them like Frisbees onto the field during games. A year later, hundreds of tortillas -- many carrying unprintable messages -- were thrown during an A&M game.

The rivalry is not confined to the gridiron. Controversy followed two men's basketball games that A&M won in Lubbock.

In 1994, after a one-point, last-second decision, a jumble of punches and pushes broke out between the exiting Aggies and angry Tech fans. Aggie coach Tony Barone and two of his players ultimately paid $5,000 to settle a lawsuit stemming from the fight.

In January 2000, referees counted A&M's shot in the final second to give the Aggies an 88-86 win. Then they overturned it. Then they overturned it again, giving the victory to A&M.

Copyright 2007 by The Associated Press


10/9/07

Crazy Carl and the first black Karate Kid

This morning I sent Carl this link: Will Smith's Karate Kid and Crazy Carl didn't like it one bit. Is he a racist? Well, he could be, but that's not what this is about...

The following is copied and pasted from my conversation with Crazy Carl:

Read that first sentence. "Will Smith's son Jaden is set to star in a remake of cult classic 'The Karate Kid'."

You know what drives me nuts... moron journalists who know nothing. How can something be referred to as a "cult classic" when everyone on planet earth knows about it.? Karate Kid is a mainstream movie from a major studio, which 99% of Americans between ages 20 and 40 have seen. It was the 5th highest grossing movie of 1984. In fact, in the author's words "The first 'Karate Kid' - which starred Ralph Macchio as Daniel and the late Pat Morita as Mr. Miyagi - was so successful it spawned three sequels, the most recent being 'The Next Karate Kid', in 1994". That sounds absolutely nothing like a cult classic.

I can't wait to go home on thursday, and watch that cult classic tv show "Grey's anatomy", after I read that cult classic "the Da Vinci Code", and eat at the unknown little bistro called "McDonald's"

Oh Crazy Carl.





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10/5/07

Daily Show: Bush is slowly going from Nixon to Mr. Burns

WTF


This can't be real.....can it?

10/4/07

SNL Digital Short - 'I Ran'

Don't ya just love drunk people

I thought I'd share this picture with my wonderful readers. My brother was at a hotel on Monday night and came across this...camera phones can really be dangerous lol. Did I mention that this was at 7pm?


What do you think happened here? Do you think she was by herself and made it OH SO CLOSE back to her room? Do you think she was bringing some guy up to her room and just passed out and he was like, "well screw this!"?. Maybe this is outside some guy's room and he just wanted her off his hands cause he was...well...done with her? Either way, I'd sure love to hear the real story.


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