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Monday, April 30, 2012

'Prometheus' Looking More Like A True 'Alien' Prequel (Video)

Warning:  Rampant speculation, and possible spoilers ahead.

Director Ridley Scott has said, over and over again, that the film is not a prequel, but an entirely different story altogether.  But, as more promotional materials are released, it's getting increasingly difficult to believe him.

We know that Guy Pearce has a cameo as Peter Weyland of Weyland Corp, the predecessor of the mega-corporation Weyland-Yutani.  Weyland-Yutani was the fictional manufacturer of practically everything in the 'Aliens' series.

We know that Michael Fassbender plays David, an android developed by Weyland Corp.  David is an early model of the 'Ash' and 'Bishop' models seen in the first two Aliens films.

We know that the mysterious "space jockey" from the original 1979 film will be in 'Prometheus'.


"Space Jockey", circa 1979.

"Space Jokey", as seen in 'Prometheus'.
You can see the head of a "jockey" on the table at 1:47 in the trailer below.  We also see their ship in both movies...

Now, take a look at the new 'Prometheus' trailer released today in the UK.

Now, excuse me while I really geek out on this:

In previous trailers, we have seen momentary snippets that suggested the presence of a "facehugger".

There's this...

And, if you've been paying attention, you can assume it's the same character in this scene...

Are they trying to remove it from her face?

The most recent trailer shows the same sequence, except for this time, the creature has been blurred out.  You can hear her pleading, "Get it out of me" at 2:28.  We also know from previous trailers that there's some sort of acid "incident".

Same unfortunate dude...

There appear to be eggs...

They're much more cylindrical than what we're used to from previous films, but, from what we know of the Alien mythology, the facehuggers and the eggs assume traits of the species they infect.  Perhaps the original facehugger is the creature seen at 1:44 in the trailer. 

If 'Prometheus' has eggs and facehuggers, where are the xenomorphs?

Did we get our first glimpse of it at 2:25?  At 2:26, you can see what appears to be a crew member, picking up someone and throwing them across the loading bay.  Could it possibly be the same crew member seen in previous trailers, disfigured and leaping?

Oh, and let's not forget the slime...

That has become synonymous with "They're toast now.".

I cannot see how this film is anything less than a direct prequel to the 'Alien' franchise.  How all of these pieces fit together, I don't know.  I look forward to finding out.

Can you imagine seeing this in IMAX 3D?  Holy hell.

Sunday, April 29, 2012

"Can We All Just Get Along?"

It's hard to imagine, but it has been twenty years since the Los Angeles riots.  On April 29, 1992, a jury acquitted four officers in the beating of Rodney King.  In the six days that followed, 54 people died, more than 2,000 were injured, and 1,100 buildings were destroyed. 

I remember seeing footage of the King beating.  I also remember seeing footage of Reginald Denny getting beaten on the first day of the riots.  As a teenager without cable television in the house, I didn't realize at the time how the riots essentially shut down the entire L.A. area.  Flights were cancelled at LAX.  Mail delivery ceased.  U.S. Marines were brought into the city to restore order.

Sadly, in twenty years, not much has changed.  Police officers around the country continue to assault minority suspects.  Law enforcement organizations proudly tout their success in racially targeting one group over another.  Bigotry and racism are not only the seen in discussions of today's political issues, they're widely encouraged by modern pundits.  As a society, we're more divided than we have ever my lifetime, at least.

Two decades later I have to wonder, "Can we all just get along"?

Wednesday, April 25, 2012

Your Daily Affirmation

I guarantee...your day was better than this donkey's.

But, OMG...wouldn't they have the cutest babies?

Tuesday, April 24, 2012

A Quick Word Regarding Comments

Over the course of the last two or three weeks, I have received more than a dozen comments;  comments that I have chosen not to publish.

Every time I receive an email, telling me that I have a pending comment, I get excited.  By and large, I love reading your input.  I especially like hearing from my regular commenters. (Thanks Casey, Rachel, and Kate.)

I realize that it's considered "poor blogging etiquette" to delete any comment from my site.  Honestly, I'm really not concerned with "etiquette".  What does concern me is the outright propaganda that people regularly try to post on my page.

More often than not, the crazies come out of the woodwork when I write something about Jehovah's Witnesses.  I get more responses regarding my post about Jay-Z and JWs than anything else.  Comments tend to fall into two categories:  Crazy conspiracy theorists that think that Jay-Z (along with George W. Bush and President Obama) are part of some secret society called "The Illuminati", or Witness readers offering Bible studies and instructions on how to obtain a New World Translation Bible.

Your comments and opinions are not welcome here.

Neither are those from ex-JW nutjobs.  I'm talking to you Danny Haszard.  You spam dozens of websites a day with the same cut-and-paste comment about blood transfusions.  Your two comments have remained unchanged, word for word, for years.  In fact, 80% of the news alerts I receive from Google are from comments you've plastered on unrelated articles.  Don't bother leaving half-assed comments to further your own personal vendetta.  They'll never see the light of day.

If you do not fit into any of the three categories above, I look forward to hearing from you.

Your Daily Affirmation

Mashup Monday - Check The Testimony

I've been on an activism kick lately.  Today's mashup speaks to my militant side.  From Dey One, this is a mix of Rage Against The Machine's 'Testify', with the Beastie Boys' 'Check It Out'.  I really dig the additions to the video.

Goddamn, I miss seeing Zack de la Rocha in the public eye.

Tuesday, April 17, 2012

Mashup Monday Featuring The Bee Gees

Over the weekend, news outlets reported that Robin Gibb was close to death.  He's currently in a coma, with pneumonia, and doctors estimate that he only has days to live.

That being said, I thought it was appropriate to feature some of his music in this week's Mashup Monday post.

First up is one of the coolest, most enjoyable pairings I've ever heard.  I promise you:  You'll want this one on your iPod.  From Lobterdust, it's 'Stayin' Hot', a mashup of 'Stayin' Alive' and 'Hot In Here' by Nelly.  (I can't remember how he spells "Herr"..or "Heere".  Whatever.)

Next up is one of my favorites, seamlessly matching 'Stayin' Alive', with Pink Floyd's 'Another Brick In The Wall'.  The editing on the video is fucking BRILLIANT.  Enjoy this one by Wax Audio, called 'Stayin' Alive In The Wall'.

Now I'm going to have 'Stayin' Alive' stuck in my head for days.  Goddamn it.

Monday, April 16, 2012

2Pac Performs At Coachella?

You read that correctly.  Tupac Shakur performed last night at the Coachella Music Festival.

Sunday night's headliners were Snoop Dogg and Dr. Dre.  When the festival lineup was announced, I thought it was an odd addition.  Coachella is generally known as an outdoor hipster convention.  I mean, last week saw the reunion of Mazzy Star.  The headlining acts on Saturday were Radiohead, Bon Iver, and The Shins.

Last night's set featured a half dozen guests, which could have very easily had sets of their own.  There were rumors that Nate Dogg would be performing in the form of a hologram.  I don't think anyone expected Pac.

I have watched this clip 7 or 8 times today.  Every time I see it, I get chills.  It's

Oh, language is NSFW.  Duh.

Interacting with the crowd and with Snoop?  Obviously, Tupac was computer generated.  He was killed 16 years ago.  It's not like he could do a Mariah.  The company responsible for the hologram did such a good job, the result was dumbfounding.  The hologram even had his mannerisms down.  It was like he was there....alive again.

It never ceases to amaze me what is possible with technology.  Think about it.  If they can bring back one of rap's most beloved artists, what's next?  Video conferencing with holograms?  Maybe the ability to introduce your children to relatives that are no longer here?  Who knows...

I'm crossing my fingers that The Beatles will be headlining Coachella next year.  That would be cool.

Monday, April 9, 2012

100,000 Hits


At the moment, 'The Twitch' is at 100,200 hits.  Unbelievable.

It took two years and seven days to make it to the 50,000 mark.  To hit 100k, it only took another six months and 22 days.  Incredible.

Granted, I'm still considered a "small fry" in the blogging world.  There are a couple of blogs that I follow that get 1.8 to 2.1 million hits a month.  But, for a disabled stay-at-home dad, 10,000 hits a month is pretty fucking good.  I'll certainly take it.

Thank you all for stopping by.  Hope you enjoy reading as much as I enjoy writing.

And, in case you weren't aware, I recently started a Facebook page for 'The Twitch Online'.  Feel free to "Like" me.  Please continue leaving your comments and messages.  I thoroughly enjoy reading them.

Thanks again, everyone.  This is

p.s.  Thanks to the members of for pushing me over the top.  :)

Sunday, April 8, 2012

Remembering Kurt

Note:  I usually don't make a habit of reposting my articles.  In this case, I couldn't think of the words to better describe my feelings about one of my idols.  A couple of minor edits have been made, but essentially, this post remains unchanged from last year.

Eighteen years ago today, Kurt Cobain was found dead in his Seattle home, the victim of a self-inflicted gunshot wound to the head.  

For my generation, it was our "John Lennon moment".  A voice for everything that was inside of us, as fucked up as that voice was, had unexpectedly left.  Looking back, maybe not so unexpectedly.

Long before his death, Courtney and Kurt were media fodder for their heroin use.  No one knew the true depths of Kurt's addiction until years later, when the biographies and the VH1 'Behind The Music' specials would air.  At the time, we knew nothing of the multiple overdoses or failed suicide attempts.  We saw a rock star, and someone who acted, in public, the way that we would think a disenfranchised, brooding musician with a "fuck it" attitude should act. 

Unless you were the most ardent of Nirvana fans, you likely knew very little of Cobain's undiagnosed stomach problems.  Few outside his inner circle discussed details that he could very rarely, even when sober, keep any food down.  Or, how he often would use heroin as a way of alleviating unbearable stomach pain.  This later led to untreated depression and body dysmorphic disorder, as a result of his gaunt appearance.  He essentially became a poster boy for being troubled and suicidal, and the world let him end it.

Within months of his death, the death of grunge followed.  Vedder, Chris Cornell, Layne Staley, and the rest of the megastars from the Seattle area from the early 90s, had become monumentally ineffectual.  The following couple of years saw the emergence and popularity of the "imitator" bands like Bush, Silverchair, and Stone Temple Pilots, but, for the most part, the remainder of the decade showed a complete 180 in the public's taste in music.  Listeners now preferred jam bands and hippie rock;  a trend that would continue until the early part of the next decade.

In October of 2002, after a lawsuit was settled between the remaining members of Nirvana and the heroin and Oxy laced Yoko Ono of our generation, Courtney Love, an agreement was made to release a locked away final Nirvana single.  'You Know You're Right' had it's original vocals and lead guitar recorded in studio by Cobain just 10 weeks before his death.  Krist Novoselic and Dave Grohl later came in and recorded their roles.  Eight and a half years after Kurt Cobain's suicide, and after the demise of the "Seattle sound", the song debuted at number one on the rock charts.  Frankly, it sounded ahead of anything on the radio at that 2002.

So, what of Kurt's legacy?  What legacy?  In 2007, VH1 called 'Smells Like Teen Spirit' the "Greatest Song of the 90s".  It was two places ahead of the Backstreet Boys' 'I Want It That Way' (#3), and five spots ahead of Sir Mix-A-Lot's 'Baby Got Back' (#6).  

Kurt became a playable character in the video game 'Guitar Hero 5'.  Once you unlock him as a character, though, he sings not only the Nirvana songs, but all of the other songs on the game as well.  So, if you've ever wanted to see an animated Kurt Cobain sing No Doubt, Coldplay, or Stevie Wonder, this may be the game for you.

Unlike Yoko, Courtney Love hasn't done much to preserve Kurt's legacy.  In the eighteen years since his death, the world has more to remember Courtney Love about than her husband.  She has focused more attention on her acting career, her music career, and trying to keep her name out of the tabloids.  Then again, Kurt wasn't John Lennon.  Kurt was damaged, perhaps beyond the point of repair.  He wasn't preaching peace and love and "Imagine", he chanted "I'm not gonna crack".  Regrettably, he did.

Happy Zombie Jesus Day

He has risen!

Happy Easter

Friday, April 6, 2012

Still The Greatest

Muhammad Ali threw out the first pitch yesterday at the Marlins' home opener in Miami.  Truly heartbreaking.

Thursday, April 5, 2012

"Do This In Remembrance Of Me"

Growing up as a Jehovah's Witness, I didn't get to celebrate SHIT!  No Christmas.  Trick or treating wasn't allowed.  No birthdays.  Fuck, I wasn't even able to buy my mom a Mother's Day card.  My childhood sucked.  I tried to explain to everyone that, "You don't need to have a holiday to get toys or presents.  We get presents all the time."  That was an fucking lie.

The one "holiday" that we did celebrate as Witnesses was "The Memorial of Christ's Death" or "The Memorial", as we all called it.  Imagine the strange looks you get telling that to your classmates when you're in the first grade.  The Memorial is a reenactment of sorts, of the Last Supper.  It coincides, supposedly, with the date on the Jewish calendar of Nisan 14, the day way back in the year 33 A.D., that Jesus and all of his drinking buddies hung out one last time.

Dramatic reenactment
The bible quotes him as saying, "Keep doing this in remembrance of me".  So, once a year, and only once a year, all of the Witnesses in the world come out from under their rocks and meet.  It was the one event during my childhood where I was guaranteed to get new dress clothes and have dinner out.  There are only 7.4 million JWs in the world.  In 2011, they had 19.4 million people show up for this thing.  They sing a couple of songs, read some passages from the Gospels detailing what happened that night, then they pass the bread and the wine that symbolize Christ's body and blood.  Unlike Catholics, they don't eat it.  They just pass the plate around.  You only partake if you believe that you're one of the 144,000 "chosen ones", or super special unicorn Jehovah's Witnesses that are going to heaven.

He totally drank the wine...

I tried to explain all of this to my wife once.  The Nisan 14 thing, how it's related to the Israelites in Egypt, the 10 plagues, the bread and the wine, how it has to happen after sundown, 144,000, etc.  She just looked at me like this:


I'll be honest...I never understood the "logic" either.  Never wanted to.  At least the Witnesses believed that the bread and the wine were symbolic.  Based upon the Catholic way of thinking, you were taking part in cannibalism during each communion.  

Do you think Jesus would have ever guessed that, 2,000 years later, millions of people would be reenacting his night in the champagne room?  I don't think so.

Wednesday, April 4, 2012

Photo Of The Day

Aaaand President Obama just secured the nerd vote.

The photo of the President, with 'Star Trek's' Nichelle Nichols, was taken in the Oval Office on February 29th.  Nichols is famously credited with having the first interracial kiss on television.  Her and William Shatner locked lips in a 'Star Trek' episode which aired on November 22, 1968.  

The 79-year-old actress credits Martin Luther King Jr. for her success in the legendary sci-fi series.  She once told him that she was contemplating leaving the show, in order to pursue a Broadway career.  King convinced her that for the first time, white viewers would see African-Americans as equals.  He asked her to continue with the series, so that women and children would have someone to look up to.

I would say she succeeded.  

44 Years Ago

Maybe Jehovah's Witnesses Should Stop Pointing Fingers

In the November 2011 issue of Awake! magazine, the organization of Jehovah's Witnesses took a pot shot at the Catholic church.

On page 29, in their monthly 'Watching the World' section, they quoted the National Catholic Reporter, an independent agency established in 1964, that frequently writes on issues affecting the church.  On October 11, 2010, they published an article titled 'The 'Had It' Catholics'.  The article contained the following sentence, which was quoted in the Awake!:
"Slightly more than 10 percent of American adults (10.1 percent) have left the Catholic church after having been raised Catholic."
As seen in the Awake!:

This information is upon a study done in 2008 by the Pew Forum on Religion & Public Life.  In the study, more than 35,000 American adults were interviewed about religion, and how their beliefs may or may not have changed over the years.  The survey showed that 23.9 percent of Americans identify themselves as Catholics.  This has pretty much gone unchanged for the last 40 years.  It has consistently hovered around the 25% mark since the early 70s.  Of those born Catholic, 68% remain faithful to the church in adulthood.  The quote above sounds worse than it actually is.  Yes, 10 percent of U.S. adults, or almost 23 million people, are former Catholics.  But, considering that there are 65-75 million practicing Catholics in this country at any given time, it's not that shocking of a statistic.  In fact, in 2010, the Catholic population actually increased 1.49% over the previous year, to 68.1 million.

What the Awake! conveniently failed to mention was that the very same Pew study in 2008 that showed a 32% turnover rate with the Catholic church, also showed that Jehovah's Witnesses have the lowest retention rate of any religion in the nation.  Only 37% of those that were raised as Witnesses stay in the congregation.  That means that 63% leave the organization, double that of Catholics.  Quoting the study:
"Jehovah's Witnesses have the lowest retention rate of any religious tradition. Only 37% of all those who say they were raised as Jehovah's Witnesses still identify themselves as Jehovah's Witnesses."
Time magazine even weighed in on the Witnesses turnover numbers, saying, "No wonder they have to keep knocking on doors".

The Awake! also failed to point out that the study showed that Jehovah's Witnesses were the least educated religious group in the U.S. (only 6% have college degrees).  They are also overwhelmingly the poorest (42% bring home less than $30,000/yr).  The religion also gives the illusion of preying on minorities.  60% of active Jehovah's Witnesses are female (highest percentage in American religion).  Also, African-Americans and Latinos make up nearly half of the church's population (22% and 24% respectively).  To put that into perspective, African-Americans make up 16% of Protestants (including Baptists).  Jehovah's Witnesses have the second highest percentage of Latinos, next to the Catholic church (with 29%).

This study only interviewed those that were raised a specific religion.  Who knows what the turnover rate is among those that converted to Jehovah's Witnesses later in life.  I would imagine, the results would be somewhat similar.  Logic states that if 63% of those "raised in the Truth" eventually leave, roughly the same percentage of those that joined the organization as adults would do the same.  It would make sense that people generally leave a religion for the same reason.  They don't believe what they're being told.

If Jehovah's Witnesses would stop focusing on the "problems" other churches are having, and spend a little more time taking care of the skeletons in their closet, maybe they wouldn't lose so many followers.  

Just a thought.

Interactive Graph Of The Day

In September, I shared an infographic on the popularity of Angry Birds.  Six months ago, downloads of the game reached 350 million.  With the recent release of Angry Birds Space, I'm sure Rovio has sold million more copies of the series.

OMGPOP released Draw Something on February 10th.  Since then, it has become the most popular game of all time.  It has been downloaded tens of millions of times in the last 7 weeks.  If you are reading this post, odds are you're laid down 99 cents to purchase the game.

Just how popular is Draw Something?  Take a look at some of these jaw dropping facts:

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Tuesday, April 3, 2012

Photo Of The Day

This is a photo of Alessandra Ambrosio, Crystal Renn, and Brooklyn Decker, at a recent photo shoot for Victoria's Secret.  Here are photos of the same three women, after photos have been touched up.

Just In Time For Easter

There's also potato chips, salad dressing, and ham glaze.  It's bone lickin' delicious!

Jehovah's Witnesses To Announce Slimmer Magazines

During this Sunday's Watchtower study, a letter will be read to all congregations.  The letter states that, starting in January, the Watchtower and Awake! magazines will go from 32 pages, down to 16 pages.


Print has become a dead media, even for the Jehovah's Witnesses.  Moving operations online dramatically cuts costs.  Think about it...

How many of those magazines were legitimately "placed" out in field service?  My family would order a dozen copies of each issue.  Back in the day, we regularly had a stack of 50-60 magazines laying around the house.  It got to the point where we would leave an old Watchtower in the door, regardless of whether anyone was home or not.

A couple of years back, the organization scaled down their printing operations to only one "public" issue of the Watchtower and Awake! each month, with a second, super secret issue of the Watchtower made available to members of the Church.

Today, they claim that they're printing 42 million copies of each issue today.  I don't buy it.  If they are, the amount of waste is staggering.  Speaking for myself, I regularly shred 8-10 magazines a month...and that's just the ones I randomly come across in doctor's offices.  (Just imagine how easy it will be to shred Watchtowers that are half as thick.)

After years of having elders warn their congregations about the "dangers" of the internet and social media, it seems that the Society has reversed their position when it comes to their interests.  In the coming months, Jehovah's Witnesses are going to be consolidating their three websites into one, and focus the majority of their proselytizing to the World Wide Web.

Now, you can read the latest issue of the Watchtower, and have your favorite kiddie porn site open in the next tab.  That's a joke, of course.  We all know that only elders and ministerial servants watch kiddie porn.

You can see an image of the letter being read Sunday, below:

Headline Of The Day

"Ex-Gay" Men To Gather At GA Retreat For Masculine Bonding & Circle Jerks

Story here.

Monday, April 2, 2012

Mashup Monday Feat. Jaydiohead

The choice for this week's featured track was a no-brainer.  It's a little old (It came out a little over three years ago), but it's a wonderful example of how perfectly two songs can be matched.

Jaydiohead is the brain child of producer Max Tannone, aka Minty Fresh Beats.  In January of 2009, he released 'Jaydiohead', an ten song album comprised of mashups between Jay-Z and Radiohead tracks.  In July of that year, he released 'Jaydiohead:  The Encore', containing an additional five tunes.

One of the standout tracks is 'Wrong Prayer'.  It's a mix of Jay-Z's 'Pray', with Radiohead's 'I Might Be Wrong'.  Who would have thought this would sound so good?

You can download both albums at the link above.  I highly recommend it.

Chart Of The Day

The following is a rundown of the more notable pieces of real estate put up for sale by the Watchtower Bible and Tract Society.  The parent company of the Jehovah's Witnesses organization has 34 buildings up for sale in Brooklyn, New York.  The list includes four parking lots, 17 residential buildings, and 13 buildings zoned for manufacturing.

In recent weeks, the WBTS has sold three buildings in the area, for a total of $14.2 million.  With a total square footage of 25,800, it comes to approximately $550 per square foot of real estate.  The 34 remaining buildings have a total square footage in the neighborhood of 3.4 million.  At the current going rate, they're likely to make something in the $1.8 - $2 billion range.

Three years ago, the organization purchased a 248 acre piece of land in Warwick, NY, for $11.5 million to move their entire publishing operation to.  In the time since, they have "laid off" a very large percentage of their staff.  I use quotation marks because the facilities' workers didn't make a salary.  They received room and board, but essentially worked for free.  Some of these properties have been part of the Witnesses portfolio for decades.  In 2004, they sold one building for $205 million, after having bought it 30 years prior for less than $4 million.

The Witnesses intend on announcing this Sunday that, starting in January, both the Watchtower and Awake magazines will go from 32 pages per issue, down to 16. (The announcement letter can be found here.)

My question is:  Where is all of the money going?


The Hotdog, The Hallway, And 19 Reasons (And Counting) To Vote For Obama

I saw this coming a mile away.

Guess who made an online ad in support of Rick Santorum?  The Duggars.

You know the Duggars.  They're the professional breeders in Arkansas that TLC employs, as long as the Jim Bob and Michelle keep adding to the litter.  Two weeks ago, they recorded a three minute video in support of Santorum 2012.

It's unflatteringly (is that a word) honest.  The script in the ad is practically, "Rick Santorum believes a woman's place is barefoot and pregnant.  Rick Santorum hates gay people, blacks, and Mexicans."  It doesn't help that the 19 children in the commercial are, for the most part, mentally deficient.  The majority of them have trouble reading the cue cards.  I know that god supposedly commanded Noah to "populate the Earth", but it doesn't say anything in the Bible that they have to be uneducated and contribute nothing to this planet.

The Duggars aren't the only freak show to endorse Santorum.  The Bates family from Tennessee has also backed him.  They just had their 19th child last month, matching the Duggars for the largest family in the U.S..  Oh..they also have their own TLC show coming up.  In recent weeks, they've been appearing alongside the Duggar family at Santorum's campaign stops, taking the stage to form some bizarre Evangelical super group.  With the Duggar and the Bates vote, Santorum has already clinched 32% of the electorate.  That's like...2.4 million voters.

I can't make this shit up...
And, is it just me, or does Kelly Jo Bates look an awful lot like Michelle Duggar?  If it weren't for the fact that no one woman could have that many kids, I would almost guess that they're the same woman.

What is it with Evangelical women and THAT fucking hairstyle?
Michelle Duggar has been making waves in the last week after an interview with the Christian Broadcasting Network grabbed journalist's attention.  In the interview, she called the threat of overpopulation is "a lie".  She claimed that you could take the world's population of over 7 billion, and fit them within the city limits of Jacksonville, Florida.  Yahoo points out that, even with an area of nearly 885 square miles, that would create a population density of approximately 8.5 million people per square mile.

What Duggar fails to realize, is that overpopulation is not an issue of how many people you can cram onto the planet.  It's a matter of whether or not the Earth can sustain of people on it.  In 2009, Dr. Charles A. Hall called the overpopulation of the Earth "the only problem".  He even went so far as to say that if there were only 10 million people on the planet, "no others would be a problem".

Here's the interview in question, filmed in May of last year:

Homeschooling for the win!!

Sunday, April 1, 2012

Assassin's Creed: Coming Soon For Kinect On 360

It has been announced, that a new game in the Assassin's Creed line will soon be released with full Kinect capability for Xbox 360 users.  Very cool.

Infographic Of The Day

The word fuck has been part of our lexicon for nearly 540 years.  It's truly a fascinating word.

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Sunday Comics

Good News Everyone!!!

I'm still technically alive....

And, you just read this in my voice.

Titty sprinkles.