Archive for July, 2009


Captain Kirk is climbing the mountain

July 29, 2009

Kasper Hauser’s excellent Kirk On Acid sketch gets a remix! (via Jesse Thorn)

(No it doesn’t! The lawyers got a hold of it. Have this instead, and thanks to whoever brought it to my attention on Twitter!)


Hey, Yanks! Get yer ‘IT Crowd’ Season 1 commentaries here!

July 27, 2009

Moss cross stitch

After months of trying, it looks like no-one is going to put the missing commentaries for the American release of ‘IT Crowd’ S1 online, so I’ve had to do it myself. Well,  I say ‘myself’, but actually I just put a request on Twitter and the gallant @Brenw stepped in, ripped the audio and slapped the results up here.

Also, the tireless @mixmasterfestus very kindly provided an MP3 version!

Now,  MPI, was that so difficult?

(Moss cross stitch by Giddy Girly)


Hold on to your dream, tiny dude!

July 27, 2009

live the dream

Yes, yes, it’s a great picture. But don’t forget the playlist!

(Thanks to those on Twitter who brought The Dirty Projectors and Fanfarlo to my attention).

(Pic from Awkward Family Photos, probably).


Gary Busey is dignity-proof

July 27, 2009

Tears in my eyes over heah! (via Everything is Terrible)


The one in charge

July 27, 2009


Nacho Vigalondo continues to amaze and inspire. Click through and scroll down for another wonderful short film. (Thanks @neillockwood)


Get with it, Grandma!

July 23, 2009


This is an excellent sketch! Link


Disco Italiana!

July 22, 2009

Nice find from the folks at Dangerous Minds. Could it have been the inspiration for this classic?


Awful Library Books

July 22, 2009


Awful Library Books is another treasure chest of yeesh. I’ve seen this site before but for some reason didn’t post it up. Thanks to @OneInchMan for the reminder!


This Blood’s For You!

July 21, 2009


As Jesus’s General has it, “There’s nothing that says “Fourth of July” better than a bleeding Jesus and a reworked beer ad slogan.”



July 20, 2009

More from Nacho Vigalondo. I could kiss his brain!

(via @neillockwood)