hahaha he was totally trashed, it was quite comical.
thatsracist.gif of the Day: A “strangely racist scene” from Mary Kate and Ashley Olsen’s direct-to-VHS classic To Grandmother’s House We Go.
Today On TDW: Geek —
- Above: The first official teaser poster for Deathly Hallows Part 2.
- The first deleted scene from Deathly Hallows Part 1.
- First Look: Booster Gold and Blue Beetle in Smallville.
- Neil Gaiman’s American Gods headed to the big screen.
- The New Hobbyist brings the Minecraft Creeper to life.
- Apple sets date for WWDC 2011.
this is funny bc the other day this song came on my pandora and the little bubble that sometimes gives you like trivia about the band and whatnot that sometimes also has the lyrics to the song you’re listening to did indeed have the lyrics to this song in it. really????
Urban Improv of the Day: Ed Bassmaster’s latest thing? Starting conversations with people and then telling them he was actually speaking with someone on his Blue Tooth.
Between this and Jack Vale’s “Paranoid” pranks I think it’s safe to conclude that everyone is lying all the time.
How About That of the Day: A particularly strong storm that struck the Middle East this week unearthed an ancient marble statue presumed to be of the goddess Aphrodite.
From MSNBC’s Photoblog:
The figure was found half-buried in the sand by a resident walking near the shore in the southern [Israeli] city of Ashkelon. In addition to the statue, experts identified pieces of a mosaic floor from what’s thought to have been a Roman bathhouse. The artifacts are part of a cliffside archaeological site that collapsed when high winds and waves hit the shore.
“The sea gave us this amazing statue,” Yigal Israel, an archaeologist with the Israeli Antiquities Authority, told Reuters. The statue stands about 4 feet (1.2 meters) tall and weighs about 440 pounds (200 kilograms). It’s thought to date back to the Roman occupation of what was western Judea, between 1,700 and 2,000 years ago.
Look at this chart. Or don’t. Whatever.
wish sooooo much it weren’t true