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via www.youtube.com New Hollywood formula: Jam as many celebrities into the same movie as possible. Add lots of action and violence and sex. Leave out plot and story line. via www.badnima.com A dangerous, yet ass-kickin' Mexican adventure that's smacking down the competition! Lindsay Lohan is unbeatable in one of the... Continue »
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via www.youtube.com New Hollywood formula: Jam as many celebrities into the same movie as possible. Add lots of action and violence and sex. Leave out plot and story line. Continue »
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Everyone has their own opinion when it comes to logos, but the new IE9 logo has really started getting under my skin (in what, a matter of hours?). You see, this "orbital" that has always been in the IE logo is highly eccentric. Assuming that e has a uniform mass distribution, the orbital should be at roughly the same distance from the surface of e at any given point in the orbit. There's some wiggle room here - but 4 pixels is a whole hell of a lot of eccentricity in an orbit that's only 236 pixels in diameter! There... Continue »
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via www.youtube.com Professor Fletcher's invention of the CellScope, which is a Nokia device with a microscope attachment, was the inspiration for a teeny-tiny film created by Sumo Science at Aardman. It stars a 9mm girl called Dot as she struggles through a microscopic world. All the minuscule detail was shot using CellScope technology and a Nokia N8, with its 12 megapixel camera and Carl Zeiss optics. Continue »
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In his Pavement Loop series, Alex Varanese continues to do perfectly-composed and wonderfully textured, saturated work. I'm sure you'll recognize his style from the extremely popular ALT/1977 Series of reimagined advertisements with modern devices. Continue »
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Disintegrate all dangerous thoughts with weapons of mass law enforcement. Continue »
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I convince all TypeMan bloggers to visit Atom Films for the coolest comedy shorts ever made. http://www.atom.com Continue »
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BALTIMORE — Kyle Drabek spent the afternoon before his first big league start walking around the streets near Camden Yards, the memories flooding back like faded, old pictures. Then again, the last time he walked around these streets he was 10 years old and his dad was winding down his major league career with the Orioles. “I remember the Astros, White Sox and Orioles and I do remember coming here,” young Drabek said about life growing up with a dad working as a big-league pitcher. “Today, when I was walking around the city I was able to point out to... Continue »
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Crank up the time machine for a moment and contemplate this scenario for a moment: Let’s say it’s 2009 again and the Phillies are headed to the World Series to play the Yankees. Rather than make things too complicated, let’s just say everything has remained the same. Instead of Roy Halladay and Roy Oswalt, the Phillies still have Cliff Lee and Pedro Martinez. Otherwise, everything else is the same except for Pedro Feliz is the third baseman and Placido Polanco still is in Detroit. Not imagine if the Phillies went against the Yankees with Cole Hamels and his new-found focus... Continue »
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Kavanaugh Buys Overture Marketing, Distribution Arms | TheWrap.com. Continue »
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Kavanaugh Buys Overture Marketing, Distribution Arms | TheWrap.com. Continue »
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Who's to blame for the oil spill? Dick Cheney - War Room. Continue »
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Have you every imagined becoming a scientist working for a Colorado-based microbrewery known as Marshall Industries? If so, then Sour Grapes may be for you - the post-hippie 1980s historian. This satire of brewery-style feature-film cult favorites is guaranteed to put a smile on your face and the ring tab... Continue »
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His puffy eyes tinged with red and blurriness gave it away that Ruben Amaro Jr. had not slept much lately. If his appearance wasn’t a giveaway to how little he’d been sleeping, his voice did. No, his words weren’t quite slurred together, but they weren’t exactly robust, either. No, Amaro wasn’t commiserating the one-year anniversary of the acquisition of Cliff Lee, which, coincidentally, was Thursday. Those no more lamenting the one that got away since it’s not unfair to suggest that the team’s starting staff is stronger now than it was then. Instead, the Phillies general manager had to be... Continue »
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