This little girl has already gone viral, but I thought the video was worth posting here on the odd chance that some of you hadn’t seen it. Why do girls have to buy the pink stuff? This might be a good time to re-visit the gendered ad-remixer. They’ve updated it with new clips since we [...]
Monthly Archive for December, 2011
Awesome little scamp, Ari Garnick took advantage of residing in the first-in-the-nation primary state of New Hampshire to corner each GOP Presidential candidate and ask them, “If you could be any superhero, who would you be, and why?” On one hand, it’s a lark. A fun, light-hearted change from the harsh rhetoric and intense politics [...]
Here’s a great activity to add to your day of sitting around doing nothing– Make some Star Wars snowflakes. Click here for instructions and a dozen more designs.
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Do you know about The Aquaman Shrine? Well this is a thing that exists! This “Daily devotional to the king of the seven seas” has been around since 2006, with news, pictures, trivia, links, merchandise, interviews, a mobile app…pretty much anything you can imagine, related to Aquaman. Even if you’re not that “into” ol’ Arthur [...]
Anybody that collects comic books is a feeble nerd, living in their parents basement, unable to be socialized, with the strength and physique of a dish of ice cream. Right? If you think that, maybe you should pick on linebacker Lance Briggs of the Chicago Bears. Go give him a swirly. Or pants him. Go [...]
Hasbro released its first Corporate Responsibility Report this week. You can view the full website here. Some of the more concrete achievements noted are the green certification on the printing of Hasbro’s many board games, and reduction of carbon emissions within the supply chain through use of the modern Pin Yang Railway. They have set a [...]
For those who don’t know, CustomCon is a special presentation of new custom toy creations by action figure enthusiasts from around the globe. It began more than ten years ago, inspired by the presentations of new product by the major toy companies. CustomCon is a faux “convention”, where customizers present their latest creations and recipes as [...]
If you’re in the greater New York City area, you probably want to check out actor/comedian Jason O’Connell’s one (bat)man show this Monday night. I’ve seen his stand-up and it’s really funny. THE DORK KNIGHT tells the tale of one grown man’s obsession with movies about another grown man’s obsession with dressing up like a [...]