Saturday, September 12, 2009


this whole video will basically catch you up on every fucked up police related incident in recent memory. in the eternal words of krs one fuck da police

Friday, September 11, 2009



I'm not one to fully pull posts from gossip/celebrity blogs since it's mostly a guilty pleasure that I try to not embellish. But I read this particular post and found it retardedly funny since it's someone else's real life. Isn't that the guy from SUM 41 or something? Uh I looked it up, Good top of that, this guy dated Hilary Duff when she was 16, and he was 25. Ewww...


Right now at a hospital room in the Los Angeles area, a newborn baby is desperately trying to crawl back into Nicole Richie's vagina after hearing what she has named him. People reports that Nicole and Joel Madden welcomed a baby boy early this morning and named him Sparrow James Midnight Madden. Yes, this just confirms that doing massive amounts of the bad shit will eff up your brains for life!

Sparrow James Midnight Madden joins 19-month-old Harlow Winter Kate Madden as the newest member of the Our Parents Hate Us Club (The Madden Branch).

Nicole and Joel issued this statement that sounds like it was written by Edgar Allen Poe's ass lips: "In the middle of night, the very early hours of September 9, 2009, Sparrow James Midnight Madden was born to Nicole Richie and Joel Madden. He weighs 7 lbs. 14 oz. Nicole, Joel, Harlow and Sparrow are all doing well. Thank you for all of your good wishes."

Okay, okay, his name isn't that bad (Yes, it is). If I was still a 15-year-old faux goth kid on ecstasy, I'd completely be into Nicole Richie giving her baby a name that sounds like an Urban Decay nail polish color.

Posted by: Michael K

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Romanian new wave

Yes!!! Now I know what bored sheepherders do. Better than what I could have ever imagined.

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another reason why you should never point a gun at someone unless you plan on shooting it

Thursday, September 10, 2009


It's cool, I got a shoe contract with Nike.

Wednesday, September 9, 2009



what i learned from the website "people of walmart," is that people that go to walmart are racist, fat, trashy, bad parents that shit themselves regularly. also, older men who like to dress as women in public enjoy shopping for great savings here.

Tuesday, September 8, 2009

Monday, September 7, 2009

Sunday, September 6, 2009

internet slang has come a long way, or not such a long way, since the dawn of the computer age. i can still remember my dad reading endless instructional tutorials just to operate his amiga. i doubt anyone could have foreseen the depth of alternative lifepaths, social mores, and even language shifts the computer and it's internet seed has since promoted.

not only do many of us rely on technology, more of us depend on it to sustain the lifestyles we've created around it. that's probably why it's such a bummer when you lose your phone or you don't have internet for a week on top of not having t.v.
i heard somebody use the term "screenagers" about the latest generation of young people. apparently it stems from the fact on average kids spend 10 hours a day staring at something with a screen? that's pretty depressing if a whole generation has succumbed to that reality as most of their brains are still forming.

headlines like "sex texting teens" have driven giant question marks into peoples minds about the creative, naively unimagined, uses for technology in the hands of weirdos and adolescents. but anyways, i thought i'd look up some internet slang if i ever decided to reprioritize my internet cool again by demonstrating my unnewbieness to the internets. I don't know what half these mean, but if you mix and match some of these phrases you start sounding like a 13 year old internet badass, or a fifty year old trying to pick up bored preteens.



My emoticons are the google bomb. Get a cluebie, newbie.

IGhost L8ter.

CU 2Moz



From Wikipedia, the free encyclopedia

A lolcat is an image combining a photograph, most frequently of a cat, with a humorous and idiosyncratic caption in (often) broken English—a dialect which is known as "lolspeak" or "kitty pidgin" and which parodies the poor grammar typically attributed to Internet slang. The name "lolcat" is a compound word of the acronymic abbreviation "LOL" and the word "cat".[1] A synonym for "lolcat" is cat macro, since the images are a type of image macro.[2] Lolcats are designed for photo sharing imageboards and other internet forums.

The term lolcat gained national media attention in the United States when it was covered by Time,[3] which wrote that non-commercialized phenomena of the sort are increasingly rare, stating that lolcats have "a distinctly old-school, early 1990s, Usenet feel to [them]".


These images usually consist of a photo of a cat with a large caption characteristically set in a sans serif font such as Impact or Arial Black.[4] The image is, on occasion, digitally edited for effect. The caption generally acts as a speech balloon encompassing a comment from the cat, or as a description of the depicted scene. The caption is intentionally written with deviations from standard English spelling and syntax,[4] featuring "strangely-conjugated verbs, but a tendency to converge to a new set of rules in spelling and grammar."[5][4][6] The text parodies the grammar-poor patois stereotypically attributed to Internet slang. Frequently, lolcat captions take the form of phrasal templates.[6] Some phrases have a known source, usually a well-known Internet meme, such as All your base are belong to us or Do not want,[7] while others don't. There are parallels between the language used in lolcats and baby talk, which some owners of cats often use when talking to them.[8]
Common themes include jokes of the form "Im in ur noun, verb-ing ur related noun."[9] Many lolcat images capture cats performing characteristically human actions or appearing to use modern technology, such as computers.
There are several well-known lolcat images and single-word captions that have spawned many variations and imitations, including "Ceiling Cat" (see below). Others include "Fail"[10] and "I Can Has Cheezburger."[11]


1905 cat postcard by Harry Whittier Frees
Images portraying cats in human-like situations with captions date as far back as the 1860s, when a Brighton photographer named Henry Pointer began publishing a carte-de-visite series[citation needed]. Later, in the early 20th century, Harry Whittier Frees published novelty postcards and children's books with such images of animals dressed in human clothing.[12][13]