Feb
11
2010
1

Joe Scarborough has Issues

Joe, we all feel the same way.

P.S. Feel free to upvote this on Reddit.

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Feb
09
2010
3

The Who at the Super Bowl, a Last Addendum

I just found this. Much better, the show they gave at the press conference.

And because I forgot to put it in before, the best show in recent memory:

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Feb
09
2010
0

You Know How I Know I’m Not Gay?

Because a rectal exam is just horrifying. It’s not an interesting sensation, it doesn’t make me curious, it just makes me wish I didn’t have to get one every year.

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Feb
08
2010
5

The Who at the Super Bowl

If I were a 20-something who was seeing the Who for the first time, my main reaction would be “Their drummer is pretty good. The singers good for an old guy. I don’t get the guitar player, is he a singer also?”

They needed more practice. They needed it because of all the changes they made to their signature songs, amending them for time. Almost all of the transistions were shaky. These were the worst parts. Invariably, someone in the band was a little unsure if the switch was happening. Pete was often cutting out at these points. When he was playing it was not with his usual confidence.

Whenever they did happen to play 30 seconds or more of a song with no edits, it was great. They looked like a fantastic band. These are the parts I’m going to reply tonight before hitting delete. But just then a chorus would get skipped, Pete wasn’t sure if they were supposed to go to the break so he’d a big sustain note to cover it… sloppy work. And his voice was just horrible. What was going on there?

They did say afterwards that they couldn’t see anything, and it appeared they were having trouble hearing.

These days they say about themselves, “We’re not The Who. But we’re the best damn Who cover band in the world!” Unfortunately last night, they weren’t even that.

Update: Just listened to a second time. I upgrade it to a B-.

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Feb
07
2010
4

The Super Bowl

I publicly predict that The Who will be mediocre.

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Feb
06
2010
0

Links o’ Interest

The first Calvin & Hobbes interview in 21 years. Boring, but still.

How a corporation became a person: An overzealous court reporter.

Gravity sucks

Unclear on how a dollar store works.

An interactive visual look at bipartisanship in the Senate.

Scale. No, forget that. Here’s scale a hundred times better. Truly mindblowing.
Charlie Brown at 35

Saints, Colts Hoping To Resolve Super Bowl Through Diplomacy

Even though I disagree with the message, this is a very clever ad.

Westboro Church meets it’s match. (If you don’t know who they are, google it. The most despicable human beings on Earth.)

Frog fail

125 rare photos of famous people.

Drunk guy comics

Man saved on frozen sea by webcam spotter

Winter 2010 Olympic Hotties. Here’s my favorite.
hottie

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