February 12th, 2010

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Twitterpated

  • 06:40 @TheRealTavie If I were any good at Photoshop, I'd make an image manipulation putting Mario and Bones together. #
  • 06:40 The roads don't look to have been cleared at all. This is going to be a lot of fun. #
  • 06:42 @SarahKSilverman twitpic.com/12i4gb - But do the ridges on Golden Grahams rock more or less than the ones on Ruffles? #
  • 06:59 6 Saints Who Could Kick Your Ass tumblr.com/xpy6ce88i #
  • 10:44 Photo: The First Dog plays in the snow. tumblr.com/xpy6cjjss #
  • 11:22 When people complain about how kids don't get enough exercise, they don't take into account how gym class makes kids hate physical activity. #
  • 14:54 @DVDBoxSet Maybe you should just start pretending water is beer. {g} #
  • 14:54 @bclevinger But is the astrocrow anything like Psy-Crow from Earthworm Jim? #
  • 14:55 @kattmoff But Hulgar Treats are the taste sensation you'd conquer Greenland for! #
  • 15:03 I don't know what Buzz is,
    but I'm sure it's a real honey of an application! #
  • 16:52 I hadn't really noticed Tori Amos has so many songs with "Mary" in the title until @NowIsStrange just mentioned it. #
  • 17:11 I keep thinking the picture of Brigitte Bardot on the Google Image Search default page is Avril Lavigne. #
  • 20:06 10 Literary Classics That Should Be Videogames tumblr.com/xpy6czv14 #
  • 21:37 If I add something to a journal entry as an afterthought, it pretty much always gets more attention than the rest of the post. #
  • 21:41 @
    miscellaneaarts
    My mom used to like Norm Abram. Not sure what she'd think of him in hi-def. #
  • 21:42 Odd that the first few Google results for the term "bones" pertain to the TV show, not the skeletal system. #
  • 23:12 @TheRealTavie You mean he's not buzzworthy? #
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Like the mighty Baobab, McDonald's and I will not be moved

We were originally going to see Michael Ian Black and Michael Showalter live in Philadelphia back in October, but they delayed the show due to the World Series. Why they delayed it for so long isn't clear, but they finally held it tonight. There was an opener, whose name I can't remember exactly, but I think it was Craig something. He was all right, and he did some song dissection bits, which is something I typically enjoy. He mentioned how the song "Don't Cry Out Loud" had a dangerous message, but didn't address how the verses and chorus don't seem to have anything to do with each other, which is something that's always struck me. You know what other song is like that? Whitney Houston's "Greatest Love of All." First she sings about how children are our future, and then goes into how great loving yourself is. Hey, Whitney, what happened to the kids? Anyway, getting back to the show, the two Michaels addressed everything from reality television to the scary voice on their rental car's GPS. Michael Ian Black read a poem that he found on the McDonald's website, so I decided to check and see if it was still there, and here it is. It's nowhere near as funny without Black's introduction, but it's still amusingly weird.