Thursday, February 28, 2008

Video Of The Day: SCTV + Michael McDonald

Hilarious. From TheMovieGuru.

Video Of The Day: People In Order

I'm afraid of getting old.

Helpful Chart of The Day

From long-time LOTD reader Elizabeth ("E"), an informative chart to help men deal with hormonal women. Chocolate trumps wine in my house, although wine is never turned away. Beer works too. So does hiding in the basement. Or staying at work so she doesn't have to look at my "STUPID. FUCKING. FACE!!!" (Just kidding, dear. Lubs you. Promise. No, really.)

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Obnoxious Vanity Plates

Is that title redundant? Aren't all vanity plates a little obnoxious? And then there are ones like these...

A great idea from LOTDer Jenny L., who can beat you at arm-wrestling.

"Just drop me off here, Mom. I'll walk the rest of the way to soccer practice."

But He doesn't break.

I see Unfrozen Caveman Lawyer got some new wheels.


Penney?


The only guy on the road who wants to be rear-ended.


Have you met "A55 ORGY"?


Corn. Hi, Corn. You car is dirty, Corn.

...refuse to ride anywhere with you.

Yes, Mr. Vice President, your new plate is very funny.

I'll take "License Plates That Describe What Their City Smells Like" for $200, Alex.

Fear the PWNER! Eater of noobs!

In his sexy van. Has a date every night with his sexy hand.

In a Beemer. Get it? OMG! ROFLMAO!!

The "DORK" plate was taken, huh?


I can almost hear the Foreigner blasting from her 8-track.

To be, or not to be... an idiot.




Clearly. (And no, you can eat me, Mr. Genuis.)

But not ambitious enough to find a show-off word that would actually fit.

And finally, one plate that says what I'd like to tell all these people...



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Freaky-Ass PSA Of The Day

Jason H. sends this très bizarro PSA from Canada, with this explanation: "There was a long-running debate here over whether Quebec (mostly French-speaking, of course) should be defined as a "distinct society" in our constitution. It's cooled off lately, but I'm sure it'll flare up again someday. If it ever does, here's the best evidence I can find for the "yes" side: a truly awesome ad for the Montreal Metro from the mid-70's. You don't need to speak français to get a laugh from this one. And to think, it was designed to encourage public transit."

Thanks, Jason. This is the stuff of cauchemars.


Torture Music

Looks like Mother Jones found the answers to my Hell's Jukebox question. Thanks for the link, Spinderfella. Some of the songs (and song names) are offensive, so listen at your own discretion.

The Torture Playlist
By Justine Sharrock
February 22, 2008

NEWS: Music has been used in American military prisons and on bases to induce sleep deprivation, "prolong capture shock," disorient detainees during interrogations—and also drown out screams. Based on a leaked interrogation log, news reports, and the accounts of soldiers and detainees, here are some of the songs that guards and interrogators chose.

(edit: to see the list and hear the music, click here. Be aware that the music plays automatically when you open the link, and, as Catherine points out, it is loud and obnoxious. But that's just the first song. You need to see the list because it's funny. The "Barney" theme is on it, for example.)

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