Sunday, October 31, 2010

Here's what I'm grooving on:

(official video here:  )

Here's what I'm thinking:

...and in the spirit of Halloween:

Friday, October 22, 2010

Always Pushing The Boundaries

In the past few weeks, I've been seeing a new Jack In The Box commercial that is just very... well it's... umm... shit, I don't know how else to describe it: it pushes boundaries that I didn't think would ever be touched on in fast food advertising. See what I mean (if you haven't already):

Wow, right? Absolutely hilarious, but HO-LY  SHIT. (And if you have no idea why exactly that commercial is so awe-inducing, I firmly decline to be the first one to explain it to you. Ask your dad instead.) However, the best part about that ad is that this is definitely not the first time Jack In The Box has released a commercial that makes you stare around the room awkwardly and ask your friends if what you just saw was real or not. And I've done you the justice of compiling a few of these fantastic commercials right here (the ones I could find anyway):


Stoner Version 1

Stoner Version 2

If you know of any more of these ads , let me know and I would be happy to post them.

Thursday, October 14, 2010

In response to all the hate he's been receiving

I can totally understand why Justin Bieber gets so much negativity. He's an asshole.
Check this out:

(Thanks to James for showing this to me)

Tuesday, October 12, 2010

Encouragement Edition

Been going through midterms recently. Stress, anxiety, lack of sleep. You gotta find a way through it though. I found mine.

Here's what I've been grooving on:

Here's what I'm thinking:

Friday, October 8, 2010

Here's what I'm grooving on:

Here's what I'm thinking:

Wednesday, October 6, 2010

Where there's smoke...

I came across this article today:

If you're a lazy dumbo and not going to the link, here's what happened: a man in Tennessee was living in a trailer park. His trailer caught on fire when flames from a pile of garbage the man's grandson had set on fire rose. Firefighters were called but did not put out the fire because the man had not paid a $75 "fire subscription fee." The man told reporters that he had paid it in past years, but that it "slipped his mind" this year; he even offered to pay it while on the phone with 911. But the firefighters arrived, saw the fire, and according to orders, did not put out the fire. They did, however, contain the flames to just the man's trailer area because the neighbors had paid their fee.

          Lost in the fire were all of the man's possesions, including three dogs and a cat. 

Now I ask the burning question (no pun intended) on everyone's mind:
These firefighters are trained to NOT put out a fire because a $75 fee is missing? They arrived on the scene just to mock the man by protecting the neighbors and letting this guy's pets burn to death? This is supposed to be "justice?" What is "just" about not performing the public service that firefighters are trained to do? (Does anyone smell another health care debate brewing?)

The good news is that the man's son went to the fire station the next day and decked the fire chief in the face, gifting him with a black eye.  But still, how do you just let this happen as a firefighter?

P.S. PETA is about to RAGE.

Monday, October 4, 2010

A Brief Piece of Nostalgia

Just a glimpse into my childhood- maybe you and I have some parallels?

Know what movie this was from?

If you know this game, +10 cool points to you

Friday, October 1, 2010

Here's what I'm grooving on:

Here's what I'm thinking: