I’m as big of a supporter of schadenfreude as anyone, but I’ve never really latched on to American Idle. That said the character of Simon Cowell does fascinate me, mainly from the absurd polarization between critic and performer that the show creates with him. Sky News has this moderately aesthetically interesting masks gallery up right now; … Read moreSimon Cowell’s face
My hat is off and on the floor to how great the second half of Battlestar Galactica Season 4 has been thus far. Not only have they managed to make all of the expected reveals; Ron Moore, Mark Verheiden, and everyone else have made everything more interesting with each week. I’ve still got five remaining hopes/theories … Read moreMy final five hopes
I’m serious. I don’t care how bad the reviews are. This game lets you fight orca whales with a samurai sword. There’s something to be said for that. (Source: IGN)
The follow is a spectacular 25-minute vampire Abraham Lincoln film masterminded by my friend Chris and starring many gentlemen whose creative efforts I support, endorse, and fervently recommend exposure to. And now, “The Transient.”
Well, it’s been an interesting last 12 days. I think I Twittered a few days ago that there’s a 7-day period in there that will come to be known in my memoirs as “The Week of Cookies, Doctor Who, and Positive Thinking.” I’m transitioning right now from a full-time office job back into a couple … Read more5 great things about the last 2 weeks
This is the kind of presentation I miss since leaving New York last year; awesome artist with a taste for the theatrical, Banksy, has opened up a new pet shop near dear-to-my-heart bar The Jekyll & Hyde Pub. The picture from the Village Voice’s slideshow caught my fancy extra snugly — framing an issue of … Read moreBanksy’s new pet store
This week, a 48-year-old former Swiss fighter pilot successfully flew around above the Alps in a jet pack. The BBC had this awesome photo of him captured in the act. No reports of successfully launched laser beams from anyone’s eyeballs this week, so Yves gets my laurels.
One of my favorite fellows to deal with at my old job once asked me if I’d made up my last name to sound cooler as a writer and went on to suggest it sounded like the name of a metal band. This week my joy knew no bounds when I discovered the MySpace page … Read moreWarmoth is finally a thrash metal band