(A Random Post)

Time for some links.

– It’s a big fish. I like how the guy pulls that insanely large fish up and just leaves it with it’s mouth cradled between his legs. Just doesn’t seem smart to me.

This greatest Super Mario cheat code ever, courtesy of the MUGEN game editor. Just kills me how the level theme is still playing at the end of it.

– Remember that retarded NINE THOUSAAAAAND!!! video we all (read: only I) loved? Here’s another one, with a nice gay twist to it. Beware if you don’t watch it, for THE WHOLE UNIVERSE IS GOING TO DIE!!! …completely retarded…just the way I like it.

– Now for no reason at all, three random clips from three of my favourite movies, in increasing levels of sophistication. The Mockingbird scene from Dumb & Dumber, The World Of Pain scene from The Big Lebowski, and The Roger Moore scene from Lost In Translation.

– And last, a neato bonus in the 300 trailer. It’s right after the shot of the kissing and the slashing and before the shot of the guy running through explosions, at around the 3:38 mark. After this, I’m willing to put it above even the Cells-induced-car-flippage-goodness of the Sin City trailer. (Here it is again, because you probably want to watch it again now that I mentioned it.) Though it’s hard to top the sentimental attachment I have for that one.

As I come to understand Vietnam and what it implies about the human condition, I also realize that few humans will permit themselves such an understanding. Blake’s different. He understands perfectly…and he doesn’t care.

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