This is so great. This letter to Santa is filled with URL strings. Note, one of them is obviously some sort of plane ticket or something from Orbitz. Oh, and $50 cash. (Via)
Here’s the scene in The Blues Brothers were the cops are chasing them through the mall recreated in LEGO. It’s totally spot on, as you’ll see because the original scene is also in the video. My only question is this. Who has the time to put something like this together? Is there such a thing… Continue reading The Blues Brothers Recreated in LEGO
If you’re a big Star Wars fan and have an extra $300,000 laying around you can own Han Solo’s DL-44 Blaster. The weapon was used in both The Empire Strikes Back and Return of the Jedi. It’s up for auction at Invaluable. Estimated price: $200,000 to $300,000. Here’s a snippet from the description. Harrison Ford… Continue reading Han Solo’s Blaster is for Sale
What if brands had tag lines that were more accurate? That’s what the site Honest Slogans asks and then they go out and create revise the tag line and create new campaigns for the companies and brands you know, love and/or hate. Here are some of our favorites. (Via)
Breaking Bad was an awesome show and we were sad to see it go, but it ended about as perfectly as you could end a show. Here we see the show’s main characters, played by Bryan Cranston and Aaron Paul, getting their first look at the script for the finale. There’s a bit of wonder… Continue reading Bryan Cranston and Aaron Paul Read the Breaking Bad Finale
Well, Dashing is back and that’s reason to celebrate because they post some awesome photos. This one made me laugh out loud. Boat in a parking space sums it up pretty nicely. But how!? And why!?
I live in Los Angeles. It rained yesterday in Los Angeles. Quite a bit in fact. I did not find this odd. It is November, after all. It rains in November. Usually in December, too. However, this was a story to one local news station, NBC 4. They sent a reporter out on the street… Continue reading Rain is News in Los Angeles
There’s a site called Textastrophe. The premise is this. The person texts people who leave their numbers in public places and plays out some absurd scenario to get a reaction. Here’s the most recent entry and it’s awesome. Go here for more.
What happens when you dress a short dude up as Chucky, the demonic doll from Child’s Play, and make him slash his way through a movie poster with his face on it at a bus stop at night? Some really frightened people. And hilarity. (Via)
Will Ferrell was on Conan last night in character as Ron Burgundy. And as Ron would say, it was glorious! The whole episode was pretty funny, but the highlight came when Ron dedicated a song to Toronto mayor Rob Ford, he of the crack smoking and such. Here’s Ron singing Loverboy’s Workin’ For the Weekend.… Continue reading Ron Burgundy was on Conan Singing for Rob Ford