02 9 / 2011

thedailywhat:

Lights Out: Louis Stevens directed a music video for Marilyn Manson that features, among other things, Manson in surgical scrubs inserting an eyeball into a vagina.

Your childhood is officially over.

(NSFL, vagineye.)

[cos.]

WHAT THE FUCK MARILYN MANSON!?  WHAT THE FUCK!?  But catchy song!!!

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02 9 / 2011

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Today On TDW: Geek —
Above: Société Générale Bank joins The Great French Post-It War of 2011 with an amazing Asterix and Obelix mural.
Anonymous goes after Texas Police Chiefs while more alleged members are arrested in the UK; Anonymous claims responsibility for WikiLeaks attack.
PSA: Netflix service plan changes go into effect today.
George Lucas in 1988: “People who alter or destroy works of art and our cultural heritage for profit or as an exercise of power are barbarians.”
Astrophysicists use Hubble telescope images to create animations of space stuff.
Matt Smith rejects possibility of River Song as a Doctor companion. See Also: The Muppets as Doctor Who characters.
Make your own Ecto Cooler.
Untooned busts of Futurama characters.

What a huge waste of time this is.

thedailywhat:

Today On TDW: Geek —

  • George Lucas in 1988: “People who alter or destroy works of art and our cultural heritage for profit or as an exercise of power are barbarians.”

What a huge waste of time this is.

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02 9 / 2011

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This x That:
Know This:
Gaddafi in latest audio statement: “We won’t surrender again; we are not women”; Libyan rebels give Gaddafi loyalists more time to surrender.
Tropical depression in Gulf expected to become Louisiana-threatening tropical storm.
East Coast Earthquake moved massive containers of North Anna’s spent nuclear fuel.
Read This:
Today’s Big Read: 9|11: The Winners; Case in Point: Stingray Sushi’s “9-11 Remembrance Roll” and the 9/11 coloring book.
The CEOs of 25 top American companies made more money last year than their companies paid in taxes.
Joran van der Sloot charged with murder of Peruvian woman.
The Human Centipede sequel gets a release date.
Lindsay Lohan got Billy Joel lyrics tattooed on her rib cage because of course she did.
The Other:
NewsFeed: Survivor Star Rupert Boneham Mulls a Run for Indiana Governor.
Tea x Time List: Ten Things Everyone Should Know About Time.
Above: Pie cookie chart illustrating Girl Scout Cookie sales by variety. (via.)

What!? Gaddafi, 9/11 and girl scout cookies, oh my!

thedailywhat:

This x That:

Know This:

Read This:

The Other:

What!? Gaddafi, 9/11 and girl scout cookies, oh my!

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02 9 / 2011

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Webjunk of the Day: No use trying to struggle. Just relax and let it lay its eggs inside your laughter.

There’s a good host.

[gregrutter.]

What a lady!

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02 9 / 2011

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Product Demo of the Day: To put potential customers’ minds at ease, the president and CEO of Texas Armoring Corporation demonstrates the efficacy of his company’s bullet-resistant glass by literally putting himself behind it.

[reddit.]

What a stupid thing to do.  Kids don’t do this.

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02 9 / 2011

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OMG! Adorbz of the Day: Needs more Detective John Kimble.

Also: It’s not a tumah!

[urlesque.]

What’s so ADORBS about this I dont GET IT.  LOLOLZJK!!!

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02 9 / 2011

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Coattail Rider of the Day: Not content to let her seat-mate Rebecca Black hoard all the awful, Benni Cinkle, AKA “That Girl in Pink from ‘Friday’” released her very own audio/visual abomination, “Can You See Me Now.”

If you’ve ever wondered what it would be like to feel your blood cringe, this glib melange of otherwise serious social issues is for you.

[ontd.]

What the….!

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01 9 / 2011

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Best Summer Vacation Story Ever of the Day: Meet Chris Jeon: A 21-year-old UCLA math major who flew to Libya to fight alongside the rebels on a whim.
“At spring break I told my friends a ‘sick’ vacation would be to come here and fight with the rebels,” he told Christian Science Monitor correspondent Kristen Chick.
Jeon says he purchased an $800 one-way ticket to Cairo, then snuck across the border into Libya. Because he doesn’t speak a lick of Arabic, Jeon has relied on sign language and broken Italian to communicate with his new-found brothers-in-arms.
As for the rebels, they’ve welcomed the foreigner with open arms, even conferring upon Jeon an honorary Libyan name, Ahmed El Maghrabi Saidi Barga.
The Orange County native, who calls the Libyan Uprising “one of the few real revolutions,” plans to return home soon enough, but not before helping the rebels take the loyalist stronghold of Sirte.
Chick reports that Jeon was not worried about the upcoming battle. “I believe in destiny,” he told her. His mother and father, on the other hand, are an entirely different matter.
“Whatever you do, don’t tell my parents,” he begged The National’s Bradley Hope. “They don’t know I’m here.”
[csmonitor / thenational / theatlantic.]

What a good basketball player!

thedailywhat:

Best Summer Vacation Story Ever of the Day: Meet Chris Jeon: A 21-year-old UCLA math major who flew to Libya to fight alongside the rebels on a whim.

“At spring break I told my friends a ‘sick’ vacation would be to come here and fight with the rebels,” he told Christian Science Monitor correspondent Kristen Chick.

Jeon says he purchased an $800 one-way ticket to Cairo, then snuck across the border into Libya. Because he doesn’t speak a lick of Arabic, Jeon has relied on sign language and broken Italian to communicate with his new-found brothers-in-arms.

As for the rebels, they’ve welcomed the foreigner with open arms, even conferring upon Jeon an honorary Libyan name, Ahmed El Maghrabi Saidi Barga.

The Orange County native, who calls the Libyan Uprising “one of the few real revolutions,” plans to return home soon enough, but not before helping the rebels take the loyalist stronghold of Sirte.

Chick reports that Jeon was not worried about the upcoming battle. “I believe in destiny,” he told her. His mother and father, on the other hand, are an entirely different matter.

“Whatever you do, don’t tell my parents,” he begged The National’s Bradley Hope. “They don’t know I’m here.”

[csmonitor / thenational / theatlantic.]

What a good basketball player!

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01 9 / 2011

thedailywhat:

Old-Timey Subway Train Campaign of the Day: To promote the upcoming second season of its critically acclaimed period series Boardwalk Empire, HBO, with a little help from NYC’s MTA, will install a throwback subway train that will run through September 25th — the show’s premiere date.
Details:

Starting on Saturday, September 3rd an authentic vintage 1920’s train  will run on the express 2/3 track in Manhattan throughout September  (specifically, from 12 to 6 p.m. on Saturdays and Sundays).  Originally  operated by the Interborough Rapid Transit (IRT) system, the train began  service back in 1917 and will once again be operational.  Customers who  have the opportunity to ride the vintage train will be transported back  in time to the Prohibition era with authentic details such as rattan  seats, ceiling fans and drop sash windows, as well as a custom branded  interior featuring Boardwalk Empire-inspired period artwork.

NB: During the final weekend of the promo, HBO-branded people will be handing out complimentary MetroCards near the Times Square-42nd and 72nd street stations.
[gothamist.]

What has two legs and prefers to use them over literally standing inside an ad?  Me.  That’s what.

thedailywhat:

Old-Timey Subway Train Campaign of the Day: To promote the upcoming second season of its critically acclaimed period series Boardwalk Empire, HBO, with a little help from NYC’s MTA, will install a throwback subway train that will run through September 25th — the show’s premiere date.

Details:

Starting on Saturday, September 3rd an authentic vintage 1920’s train will run on the express 2/3 track in Manhattan throughout September (specifically, from 12 to 6 p.m. on Saturdays and Sundays). Originally operated by the Interborough Rapid Transit (IRT) system, the train began service back in 1917 and will once again be operational. Customers who have the opportunity to ride the vintage train will be transported back in time to the Prohibition era with authentic details such as rattan seats, ceiling fans and drop sash windows, as well as a custom branded interior featuring Boardwalk Empire-inspired period artwork.

NB: During the final weekend of the promo, HBO-branded people will be handing out complimentary MetroCards near the Times Square-42nd and 72nd street stations.

[gothamist.]

What has two legs and prefers to use them over literally standing inside an ad?  Me.  That’s what.

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01 9 / 2011

thedailywhat:

Afternoon Snack: At Seattle’s Woodland Park Zoo, a tree-kangaroo joey emerges from its mother’s pouch looking all adorable ‘n sh*t.

[hyst.]

What kind of LEAF was that?  It’s BEAUTIFUL!

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