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A day to celebrate every failure of postmodernist appropriation

As you may be aware, September 9th, 2009, has been declared “A Day Without Cats On The Internet” by various blogs and websites. Seems a little ridiculous, since it’s essentially taking away the only form of medication many of us have. I work in an office! How am I supposed to keep from flipping the hell out without my daily feed of hilarious captioned cat photos?

Urlesque had a poll to determine what animal should fill the funny picture void. Bunnies won. How boring! If you’ve seen one rabbit with a pancake on it’s head, you’ve seen them all.

I’m taking this as an opportunity to forward “LOLpeople” to all my friends and co-workers.

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I had made a bunch more, but adding the caption to that fourth picture made me sick to my stomach and I had to stop. Enjoy!

 

‘Quincying’ will be 2009’s most used word

This is absolutely wonderful. Someone found a use for Playstation Home. Be sure to watch the whole video, it gets amazing about two minutes in. Bonus points for the Admiral Ackbarism.

 

Flaming Film Favorites: A to Z

Presented with only the slightest bit of pretension. All of these movies should be viewed at least once by everyone you know.

Avalon (1990)
Brick (2005)
Clue (1985)
Doctor Zhivago (1965)
Elephant (2003)
Fire Walk With Me (1992)
Goonies, The (1985)
Heathers (1988)
Inland Empire (2006)
Justice League: The New Frontier (2008)
Kindergarten Cop (1990)
Lilo & Stitch (2002)
Magnolia (1999)
Night of the Hunter, The (1955)
Omega Man, The (1971)
Primer (2004)
Quiet Earth, The (1985)
Russian Ark (2002)
Seven Samiurai (1954)
Time Bandits (1981)
UHF (1989)
Vanilla Sky (2001)
Willow (1988)
X: The Unheard Music (1986)
Yojimbo (1961)
Zappa (1983)

I like a lot of bad movies, and not many good ones. But I’ll be damned if someone’s going to tell me that Lilo & Stich isn’t worth my time. Did you see those backgrounds? Amazing, and probably the last Disney film we’ll ever see with that sort of craft.

 

Barry Manilow’s The Greatest Songs Of The Eighties

The rickroll is evolving. The rest of the album’s tracklist is pretty banging as well.

 
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