Saturday, April 13, 2013
Friday, April 12, 2013
The world of comedy has lost a legend.
Jonathan Winters, who was known for his improv work that inspired many a contemporary stand-up comic including Robin Williams, Jim Carrey and others, has died. He was 87.
Longtime family friend Joe Petro III says Winters died Thursday evening at his Montecito, Calif., home of natural causes, reports AP.
And actually all the guys in the follow clip were awesome parts of my childhood...
The real name of this bizarre (sexy?) pair of men’s undies is “String Latéral Flash Bleu Alter” but we felt that “one-sided grape smugglers” was a more accurate description of what we’re looking at here. These skimpy little beauties are available to purchase at French underwear retailer Inderwear...
Thursday, April 11, 2013
...Meanwhile, in Hollywood, a prequel is moving forward, titled The Overlook Hotel. Glen Mazzara is in talks to write the screenplay for the proposed project; he's the former showrunner for TV's The Walking Dead who exited the series a few months ago. He's written many episodes of TV shows (Nash Bridges, The Shield), but doesn't appear to have any feature film credits...
Japanese artist Shota Katsube has built a fierce army of tiny action figures out from colored twist ties. They are currently on display at the Wellcome Collection museum in London as part of an art show titled Souzou: Outsider Art from Japan. The show runs until Sunday, June 30, 2013...
Part Two: Where There's Smoke...
Part Three: Crooked Teeth
Part Four: Twizzlers And Beer
Part Five: The Canned Hunt
Part Six: Who Can It Be Now
Part Seven: The Box