(A Random Post)


– Absolutely ridiculous ending to a 1994 high school football game between John Tyler and Plano East. Watch it all the way through – it’s delicious. The bit with the Plano East announcer at the very, very end slays me.

A fascinating math proof that demonstrates the power of algebra. I managed to figure it out at the bottom of the first page, and somehow it made it even funnier.

– Not sure what’s going on in this Brickshelf Gallery, but it scares me all the same.

One handed X-Box 360 controller. …not really sure what else I was expecting there.

– This is a goodie…the Japanese Transformers theme. My favourite part is the first time you hear the chorus and you’re thinking “Finally, the familiar American chorus has arrived!” and instead the “TRANSFORMAAAAAaaaaaaaa…” bit just weakly trails off at the end so unexpectedly. It’s so ridiculous.

– And finally, because I know you’re thinking about it too now, here’s the Japanese X-Men theme. SHOCK! I’ve watched this like literally five hundred and sixty two times, yet I can never sufficiently prepare myself for the end. It’s like when you’re playing Marvel against Shuma, the other guy charges Chaos Dimension a screen width’s away…and you know the whole time that no matter how much super jumping or wave dashing you do…that eventually he’s going to find you no matter what and take for a ride (duh duh dunaduna). Crying for the moon is completely unblockable.

“Who would you rather bone, Meg Ryan or Jack Nicholson?”
“Jack Nicholson now, or 1974?”
“…Meg Ryan.”



Destined to fight the world's evil, The WAMBAG endures massive battles involving impossible stunts, races on horse-pulled carriages, and the desecration of enchanting medieval castles (all done with dizzying computer graphics). Not only does the eye candy keep on coming, the tongue-in-cheek writing and deep Transylvanian accents perfect the film with a dose of dark humor.



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