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Sunday, October 19, 2008

Sunday Morning Links pt. 5

I sat down in my comfy chair at 8:49 to play a few games of NCAA 09 on Wii. 

At 12:11 I looked at the clock and realized that I had spent my entire Saturday night playing videogames. This is what happens when Ohio doesn't play until Tuesday nights. It's okay, I really wouldn't have it any other way. I am not really the most social person ever. This was confirmed to me as I watched The Fellowship of the Ring and saw the hobbits's homes were isolated holes in the ground and thought "Hey! That wouldn't be a bad way to leave!"

Enough hermitry, onto the Sunday Morning Links!

- Dave Karger over at EW has been following the upcoming Academy Awards closely and has some interesting news regarding our favorite dearly departed Joker.

- Go check this out now before they change it! The top two stories from Newsweek.com are essays writing about two topics that directly contradict each other. America is too liberal, America is too conservative. Make up your mind, Newsweek.

- Remember when Browns Tight End, Kellen Winslow Jr. was injured last week, although no one would disclose what it was? Consider it disclosed now.

- You are asking for trouble when you name a film Zack and Miri Make a Porno, but even I didn't see THIS coming.

-And from the "I told you so" department...some responsible citizens released a fake news story announcing that Steve Jobs had suffered a severe heart attack. Steve is fine, but what do you think happened to Apple's stock? How are them Skittles sounding now?

That's it for me this week. God help the Rays beat the Red Sox in Game 7...I am starting to have flashbacks from last year.

3 comments:

A.G.B said...

Literally the SECOND after I published this post, I saw a commercial for "Zack and Miri Make a Porno", only it said "Zack and Miri".

This was 12:26 at night, mind you.

Melis said...

I want to see that movie. I love Seth Rogan!

Woozie said...

Seth's falling into the Will Ferrell trap of playing the same character in every movie. It's claiming Steve Carrell and John C. Reilly too.