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The scariest thing I dug up Wiki-surfing today

July 31, 2009

At the job where I work, we often go for a week or two with very little to do and then WHAM! stuff hits us like a fawn on the freeway. It’s the nature of the job, or, more specifically, the nature of relying on other people to get their articles in, on, or...
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What would Mario do?

July 31, 2009

Ever wonder what happened to your favorite video game characters after they fell out of favor with the gaming population? Here’s the ugly truth.
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Movie Review: 500 Days of Summer

July 31, 2009
Movie Review:  500 Days of Summer

Smart and quirky, 500 Days of Summer Delights Boy meets girl. Boy falls in love. Girl doesn’t. The tagline certainly doesn’t allude to  it, but  500 Days of Summer is absolutely adorable.  Compulsively watchable, it throws a few curve balls into the traditional romantic comedy genre, and is a delight from beginning to end.  The...
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Movie Review: Funny People

July 30, 2009
Movie Review:  Funny People

Apatow and company grow up and deliver an engaging movie Comedy juggernaut Judd Apatow (The 40 Year Old Virgin, Knocked Up) draws on personal experience for his latest foray into funnyland.  Apatow briefly flirted with a career as a stand up comedian, and he was roommates with Adam Sandler, so he knows a thing...
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Awesome “Twilight” ice-cream cake

July 30, 2009
Awesome “Twilight” ice-cream cake

I just had to put this up immediately, because it is hilarious.  This was posted on Videogum.
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Notes from a Walkman Junkie: Yell Me A Story

July 30, 2009
Notes from a Walkman Junkie: Yell Me A Story

Recently, while sorting through my closet, I came across some of my old notes taken from my days as a social worker. The notes led me back to an entertaining, albeit disturbing, state of recollection. One of my first jobs in this field was at a facility for elderly patients suffering from severe depression....
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Daisy of Love

July 30, 2009
Daisy of Love

Proving once and for all that finding true love is dependant on booze, plastic surgery and producers…. Well it’s the end of an era…Daisy de la Hoya from VH1’s reality show Daisy of Love has picked her man, aspiring rocker London (aka Joshua Lee). You might remember Daisy from her appearance in Rock of...
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Commentary: Iron Man

July 30, 2009
Commentary: Iron Man

Iron Man will melt your face By Iago Valentine I hope everyone realizes how important Iron Man is to modern society. I get worried that perhaps the Iron avenger is being taken for granted. Take the 2009 Oscars, for example. Specifically, the award for best visual effects. In case you don’t remember, The Curious...
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Foreign Correspondunce: The Dawn Of My Twilight

July 29, 2009
Foreign Correspondunce: The Dawn Of My Twilight

My inaugural post for Frothygirlz will see me revealing a secret.  After years of effecting moral pop culture superiority which involved poo pooing Hollywood’s low-brow dreck in favour of thoughtful low-budget indie efforts, I have grown weary.  I am tired of declining invitations to see the latest Beyoncé flick because there’s a screening on...
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Dubious fitness product alert: double entendre ahead

July 29, 2009

Shake It Off Ladies This has got to be one of the silliest fitness products in recent history. It also makes me remember a time not so many years ago when our gym had one of those vibrating belts that people would stand in, hoping to whittle the pounds away by having them shaked...
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