Saturday, September 13, 2003

As though we needed another reason to move to Canada... it's where the Jason comes from, eh?

Also, while I'm still harping on this whole RIAA thing, this is a program everyone (EVERYONE) needs to get and keep running at all times.
It keeps 'em out yo' bidness, yo.

Mitch Hedburg is a funny, funny man..
"I went walking by the dry cleaners at 3am and they had a sign on their door, 'Sorry, we're closed.' You don't have to be sorry, man. It is 3am and you are a dry cleaner. It would be ridiculous for me to expect you to be open. I'm not going to walk in at 10 and be like, 'Hey, I came by here at 3am and you f***ers were closed. Somebody owes me an apology.'"

Friday, September 12, 2003

I just found out that both John Ritter and Johnny Cash died today.
My weekend has officially been ruined.
If anyone needs me I'll be in my room listening to Johnny Cash albums.

For those of you who enjoy sharing files, but have no desire to be sued by the incorporated asses collectively known as the RIAA.
Or if you just like the idea of people not being able to find out who you are, here's another even.
And yet another.

Pic of the day.

Wednesday, September 10, 2003

The news has already started spreading like the proverbial wildfire, but in case you haven't heard, Christian Bale has officially been signed to play Batman in the Christopher Nolan helmed, Batman: Year One.
If you recall, I made mention of him being one of the front-runners for the role last week.
I think we can all breathe a little easier now.

Opus returns!

Miramax has released the first trailer for Quentin Tarantino's Kill Bill: Vol. 1. Go watch it already.

There's a new Simpsons game coming out the day before my birthday... here are some lovely pictures from it.

I think every single one of you needs to watch this.
Then share it with someone else.
My thanks go to Sam for hipping me to this particular link.

Sometimes Bryan Hitch shows off.

Check out the first story here.

Tuesday, September 09, 2003

Start pouring tea down your throat as fast as humanly possible. Go read.

I don't know if boycotts help, but they certainly couldn't hurt.

For those of you who are stuck at work and can't go buy it yet, Andrew WK's new album The Wolf is available for listening, downloading, and purchasing on Rhapsody.

Monday, September 08, 2003

This is the kind of girl I hope to marry.

I like Family Guy.
Chances are, you like it as well.
This news should make you happy.

I'm learning that this guy is a genius.

I don't know how many of you are actually comic fans, but I'm told this particular comic is going to be part one of some kind of "big deal" story.
See what you think.

Dennis Miller talks about our neighbors.

Picture of the day... and here's another along the same lines.