460 For A Moment.

Until a moment ago I had a Christmas song stuck in my head.  It just popped in there, like a tiny piece of Hell dislodged and buried itself in my brain.  It has now switched over to Stewie Griffin singing the “My Left Foot” song from whatever episode of Family Guy that’s in.  Moments like these make me question the supposed potential locked away in all our brains.  Perhaps, just perhaps, they really are little more than a collection of flawed meats. 

My DVDs came today.  One of them had broken teeth, but not so many that the disc can move around, so I’m not going to return it or anything.  These sets are the perfect price for DVD season sets.  $10 for about 13 episodes.  Less than a dollar per.  At this point I’ve learned not to factor in the special features on Cartoon Network DVDs, they suck with few exceptions. 


I don’t remember if you said you got any Venture Bros, but the commentary for them are hilarious.

Also there is an ad on your site for Garfeild’s Pet Force and they are dressed up ike super heros flying in space. I must click this.

the garfield thing is severly disappointing, i read em when i was in second grade. not worth the time, Brooksie is the only person who could probably give me competition in the movie quoting field….i must destroy her

Brooksie is the only one who can give me competition in movie quoting fields….I must marry her.

The problem with this game is someone could memorize a really long string ahead of time.

One way to counter that is to have one person say one title, and the next has to play off that, and back and forth until one person can’t come up with a title.

I tried this, and all I could get was: Wes Craven’s New Nightmare on Elm Street.
I can’t help but fell as though that’s definitely cheating.

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