IFC’s Greg the Bunny

Puppets.  How I love them.  Let me count the ways. 1. Grover, 2. Kermit, 3. Greg the Bunny.  While Jim Henson may have cornered the market on fun loving, kid friendly furries, Dan Milano takes it a step further with his ensemble of foul mouthed, alcohol soaked puppet pals.  Giving classic independent films a sometimes painful twist.  Excellent in the 15-20min episode increments, but a little much when you watch the whole season at once.  Pace yourselves comrades.

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who’s bored at work?

ok, this activity will take you less than one minute, but will entertain you for exponentially longer…

step 1: go to google

step 2: type “find chuck norris”

step 3: hit i’m feeling lucky (instead of the google search button)

step 4: enjoy

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Ms. Bliss Would Be Disappointed In Me

Saved by the bell logo  I used to watch Saved by the Bell religiously on saturdays.  I watched when they were in their college years, when they were on summer vacation, and the made for tv movies when they went to Hawaii and Las Vegas.  I even watched California Dreams which was always on right after.  I tried to watch Hang Time, but lets face it, no one liked that show (except for Kelly).  So when I saw this quiz on Mental Floss, I thought I had it in the bag.  Wrong.  I was so wrong that I only got a 53% or so. Pretty tough; I think only my roommate could do really good at this quiz.  But then again, so could I if I watched it every morning on TBS.

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Neutral Milk Hotel

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In 98, my boombox was blasting Van Halen and Led Zeppelin.  I hadn’t heard that much of it before, so classic rock was basically new music to me.  I didn’t get much into new bands till college.  Stereogum has a post about the ten year anniversary of Neutral Milk Hotel’s Airplane Over the Sea.  I was probably too busy deciding if I was more partial to David Lee Roth or Sammy Hagar in Van Halen, so I never listened to Neutral Milk Hotel and I missed out on the nostalgia part.  Apparently, it is a definitive album of the nineties; a lot of people talk about it like they would talk about Weezer’s Blue Album or Radiohead’s OK Computer.  Anyways, check it out on Hype Machine.

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