Tuesday, March 20, 2007

Monday, March 19, 2007

Top 10 Most Awesomest TV Spinoffs

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"The AARP Team" this Fall on NBC.

Ok, leave a funnier title in the comments

thePrisoner (let's all be there!)

Friday, March 16, 2007

Cheese Friday™ : Happy Birthday Ponch!

Erik Estrada is 58 years old today.
Lookin' good.




-Mr. DNA (don't call me Jon)

Wednesday, March 14, 2007

In Other News

Yes, I am alive.

I've been working too much and I've learned that I don't like it. I go to work and come home, that's it. By the time I get home I have no energy to do much, so I 'm sorry I've been out of the loop and loopy all at once.

If someone can find a way outside of going Richard Jeni on myself, winning the lottery or starting an Alpaca farm (despite my unending love for the lovable lumps of tick-ridden fur that freak me out when I've been in a petting zoo by looking at me eye to eye and making me feel insignificant) I'd like to hear about it.

Anyway, rest uncomfortably assured that I am still around, albeit in a living dead kind of capacity most of the time. (I've found a real talent for falling asleep in awkward positions at awkward times lately - i.e. at my computer with my hand on the mouse (no euphemism intended) only to wake up a half hour later with no idea where I am) Sorry, if I've been distant or kind of quiet lately. I'm trying to find a balance between working / making money and doing something other than working, but its been rough.

Alright, that's it. I can post comments and new topics here again, which I'm sure is already bumming some of you out.

What else is new with me???

* I got a new computer, printer, keyboard/mouse combo - they're awesome.
* I found a good program to rip DVDs without losing quality.
* I downloaded a ton of stuff I don't need.
* I've been on a big (for me) winning streak with poker.
* I still don't like coffee.
* I've now learned to hate the smell of cinnamon rolls thanks to Ikea.
* I still write articles for Club Lakers.com even though the team is poopy right now.
* I actually killed a couple people playing Gears Of War (not actual people, but ya know what
I mean).
* I bought $80 shoes that aren't half as comfortable as my $15 Target ones.

I'm sure there's more, but that's enough for now.

Alright everyone - hi - my name is The Altruistic Puma - and I'm not dead... yet.

Sure I want to be a secret agent, but...

Roger Alan Giese, bad man.

"...Giese allegedly told the boy that he was a member of a top secret Special Forces unit known as "Delta Force," and was assigned to secret missions all over the world, ... Giese then told the boy that he could also become a member of "Delta Force" if he supplied samples of his bodily fluid."

This dude is on the run after skipping out on $100,000 bail.
It would almost be funny if it were in a movie, but it's not.
It's very real.

"...the boy and his family sued the All-American Boys Chorus for $5 million, contending that he suffered nightmares and agonized over his gullibility at the hands of his voice coach. The suit is pending."

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Needless to say if you see the guy at your local Glee Club drop a dime and call the police.

-Mr. DNA (wonders where Captain America is when you need him)

Tuesday, March 13, 2007

BaratsandBereta.com

These guys are funny.





The rest of their videos can be seen here:

http://baratsandbereta.com/videos.html

Friday, March 09, 2007

Cheese Friday™

(CBS) DALLAS Crime among teens in Dallas County, Texas, has gone up 40 percent and four people have died of drug abuse this school year. Officials attribute this to the drug known as "Cheese," reports KTVT-TV in Dallas.

"We have to open up new treatment facilities," Thompson said. "It may be Cheese today or something else tomorrow, but since we are dealing with this highly addictive drug, we need to get individuals in."


If Cheese is wrong, I don't want to be right.

-Mr. DNA (is off the wagon)

Wednesday, March 07, 2007

Forrest Gump 2

As seen on: IwatchStuff.com

Now that quoting, "Life is like a box of chocolates," and "Run, Forrest, run!" has become, shall we say, a tad tired, Paramount is ready to move on to a sequel to the most popular mockery of the retarded to date, Forrest Gump. Based on the book's sequel by Winston Groom, Gump & Co., the film would take place a few years after the original, after the death of Jenny and the closure of Bubba-Gump Shrimp, leaving Forrest a slow-witted, unemployed, single father.

As usual, Forrest finds himself accidentally taking part in important historical events, this time of the '80s and '90s, even running into Tom Hanks (the audience is meant to chuckle at this, knowing that Tom Hanks is the actor playing Forrest Gump). I haven't read the book to know what other events are included, but I'd like to see Forrest accidentally bursting through the Berlin Wall and accidentally training Al-Qaeda soldiers to pilot commercial aircrafts as explosive weapons. Forrest's narration for this scene would close as follows, "Some years later, I heard those fellas flew too close to a couple'a buildings, caused a whole heap'a mess."

I'm back!

In case you hadn't noticed, I was gone for a while...


It kinda looked like this while I was gone:

There was also snow, a lot of snow.
... it turns out, when it snows, it's cold. Who knew?
You learn something new everyday. Well, more like once a week or so.

There were chicks too, a lot of chicks.
... it turns out, chicks are warm. Go figure.
(In case you're reading this Mrs. DNA, I'm just bragging. There weren't any chicks. I'm just trying to make people think I'm cool.)
Sooo many chicks!

Now I'm back to reality and it hit me kinda hard. Real life sucks sometimes.

But it's good to be home.

Hi, I'm Mr. DNA. I don't believe we've met.



-Mr DNA (loves his wife and kids)

Monday, March 05, 2007

BREAKING NEWS: China Blocks Us!!


There is a site, greatwallofchina.org that allows you to check if your site is blocked in China.
So I checked our URL, watched the test and...

NO DICE!!

How cool is that? Next time you see a Free Tibet sticker on the back of a dirthead's VW Bus you can flick them off knowing that you are way cooler and that the Chinese government quakes in fear at whatever inane baloney you intend to put up on this very site.

Revolution is in the air kids, and it smells like dinner!

thePrisoner (one billion Chinese, can't be wrong)

"Try Again, I Had My Eyes Closed"