Artist: Yelle Album: Pop Up Label: Source Etc. Sometimes you hear songs that, when taken at their individual elements, you’d say “why would anyone like this?” but when taken as a whole, you’d say “how could anyone not like this?” That’s how I feel about Yelle’s 2007 debut album Pop Up. It’s an offering from
Your Brain Is Useful, At Last.
Archive for:September, 2011:
10. The Arizona Meteor Crater (Shown Above) This privately owned hole in Arizona is known as the butt hole of the earth. It was created by a giant turd shaped meteor that crashed into the earth’s crust an unknown time ago. Originally thought to be leftover from a volcano, until one day one man realized
Working with TV Guide’s list of new shows for this Fall season, we made our picks for shows that will have the staying power to make it through at least their first season. This is not a list of our own personal watching habits (because seriously, who has the time to watch all this shit?)
So apparently people have been protesting corporate greed by marching on Wall Street. They’ve been at this for 10 days. The cops have begun using force to get them to go away because that’s what cops do: they enforce the laws of a governing body. One of which is to stop mobs from destroying property.
Advice From the Bathroom is a weekly post where D-Sane regurgitates and dissects a piece of advice that an anonymous stranger leaves in the bathroom of his office every week. The ultimate goal is to attempt to uncover why said advice is left for all bathroom goers to see. Advice from the bathroom: “It always
Today’s bullshit comes from Amazon.com and Warner Brothers. For today only, you can purchase a DVD or Bluray gift set of almost all of the Harry Potter movies at a discounted price on Amazon through their gold box program. It would be the entire collection had the last movie not be split into two films.
Feast of Delicacies is a pictorial guide to elegant dining as enjoyed by a modern foodie in the prime of the feast. He could smell the crust browning in the oven the next room over. The crumbs of previous meals adding their own suggestions to the delicate balance of meat and cheese. Silently he must
Developer: Bethesda Softworks Platform: PS3 Genre: First Person Action Role Playing Shooter Fallout is a series I had never even heard of until the 3rd iteration hit modern consoles and PCs in 2008. I never played it but I watched a friend of mine play it. It made me sick to my stomach to even
Advice From the Bathroom is a weekly post where D-Sane regurgitates and dissects a piece of advice that an anonymous stranger leaves in the bathroom of his office every week. The ultimate goal is to attempt to uncover why said advice is left for all bathroom goers to see. Advice From the Bathroom: Amazing People
Developer: Epic Games Genre: Third Person Face Fuck Advertising Theme: Sad As we draw ever closer to yet another pitiful holiday season, one game company goes out of their way to prove they can sell you the same game a third time. And while I’m sure the final installment of Mass Effect will suck as
Seriously, fuck this shit.
It seems like every month I get another of these goddamn letters in the mail from my internet provider telling me how fantastic cable TV is. Except it isn’t. $40 per month is entirely too much money to ask for “service” that is being provided. It goes to waste most of the time, it’s full
Human 1.0 takes the stance that humans are not the perfect form of God-created life, nor are they the final link in the evolutionary chain. Be it through genetic mutations or cybernetic alterations, humans have a long way to go before becoming perfect. Let’s talk about digestion for a minute. Humans use this to collect
YouTube Round Up is an infrequently posted feature where we show off some of our favorite YouTube videos. This was on some other blog that a friend of mine showed me earlier. What you have are two artificial intelligence robots speaking to each other for the first time. If I were the programmers of these
The following is a transcript of the Republican presidential debate on Sept. 7, 2011. The language has been simplified for express reading and all bullshit has been removed. I have attempted to simplify each piece down to the purest point. Each candidate will then be scored against himself, giving a completely accurate representation of political
This is not a call for a new tax, rather an attempt to expose the hidden tax involved in corrective vision. It extends beyond poor vision, i’m sure, but vision is a perfect example of something that should not be regulated. As silly as it is to assume that someone can see more accurately through
As the time to choose a new president grows near, it’s easy to get lost in the confusion of media. Since there is no monetary limit on political campaigns; television, print media, digital media, and your roadways, will soon be plastered with advertisements for the candidate who will make the corporations who paid for those
In the wake of a horrible economy and a collapsing pyramid scheme instigated 80 years ago by socialists in the federal government which is currently being exploited by greedy, freeloading baby boomers (AKA social security), we are now seeing what can only be described in financial terms as “the end of days.” Even 236-year-old government
Director: Wes Anderson Format: Stop Motion Animation Film Runtime: 87 minutes that feels like 8,700 minutes Fantastic Mr. Fox is a stop motion animated film about woodland creatures doing things. I don’t really understand what those things are because there’s not much plot to be found in the film, but hey, it looked cool, right?