In early January 2003, Townshend admitted having provided his credit card details to a commercial child pornography website, and viewing the child porn images there, which he claimed to have done for research purposes. He made the admission after his credit card transaction was discovered as part of Operation Ore, a large anti- child pornography operation. When a British tabloid found his name on this list and asked for a comment, he went public and requested a police investigation. His home was searched and his computers confiscated. Police returned the computers several months later and did not contradict Townshend's claim that the computers contained 15,000 of his songs but no child porn. In May 2003, he was cautioned by the police (acceptance of which is technically an admission of guilt), who decided not to press charges, after finding no evidence that he was in possession of child pornography. He was also placed on the Sex Offenders Register, requiring him to register with the police every year and if he moves house. Failure to do so would carry a five-year jail sentence.
His research claims were bolstered by a document he wrote and posted on his official website in January, 2002. In "A Different Bomb (http://www.petetownshend.co.uk/media/020120adifferentbomb.pdf)," Townshend warns that portions of the Internet represent a terrible danger, primarily because it brings deviant material to deviant (and potentially deviant) people. The title suggests he views porn - and especially child porn - on the Internet as an inevitable negative, as scary as the atomic bomb. In March, 2004, Townshend was featured on a BBC television documentary in which he described his experiences as a result of the charges, stated that he was so upset by the accusations that he considered suicide, and apologized for the event. On May 19th 2005 Townshend turned 60.
kiddie porn sucks.
― Curt1s St3ph3ns, Thursday, 26 May 2005 19:11 (twelve years ago) Permalink
― Curt1s St3ph3ns, Thursday, 26 May 2005 19:12 (twelve years ago) Permalink
― Allyzay flies casual (allyzay), Thursday, 26 May 2005 19:22 (twelve years ago) Permalink
― s1ocki (slutsky), Thursday, 26 May 2005 19:26 (twelve years ago) Permalink
― nabisco (nabisco), Thursday, 26 May 2005 19:52 (twelve years ago) Permalink
― n/a (Nick A.), Thursday, 26 May 2005 19:54 (twelve years ago) Permalink
― Allyzay flies casual (allyzay), Thursday, 26 May 2005 20:11 (twelve years ago) Permalink
― Curt1s St3ph3ns, Monday, 25 July 2005 16:41 (twelve years ago) Permalink
"Buddy Holly is gay"
― Curt1s St3ph3ns, Wednesday, 28 September 2005 19:53 (twelve years ago) Permalink
But he has also "resigned as an operations manager at a Nashville delivery company as a result of the debacle".
OVERREACT MUCH? WTF am I missing something here?
― kyle (akmonday), Monday, 12 December 2005 06:28 (twelve years ago) Permalink
― patrick bateman (mickeygraft), Monday, 12 December 2005 08:17 (twelve years ago) Permalink
― patrick bateman (mickeygraft), Monday, 12 December 2005 08:22 (twelve years ago) Permalink
― patrick bateman (mickeygraft), Monday, 12 December 2005 08:32 (twelve years ago) Permalink
― retarded and gay (bato), Monday, 12 December 2005 08:44 (twelve years ago) Permalink
― Casuistry (Chris P), Monday, 12 December 2005 09:53 (twelve years ago) Permalink
― D.I.Y. U.N.K.L.E. (dave225.3), Monday, 12 December 2005 13:11 (twelve years ago) Permalink
― kyle (akmonday), Monday, 12 December 2005 14:11 (twelve years ago) Permalink
― baby i'm waiting (cis), Monday, 12 December 2005 14:20 (twelve years ago) Permalink
ha ha I love cranks with an axe to grind.
― GET EQUIPPED WITH BUBBLE LEAD (ex machina), Monday, 12 December 2005 14:22 (twelve years ago) Permalink
Ha, the guy who tracked him down is a notorious crank... http://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Daniel_Brandt
― GET EQUIPPED WITH BUBBLE LEAD (ex machina), Monday, 12 December 2005 14:24 (twelve years ago) Permalink
Wikipedia Watch is a website critical of Wikipedia. It is owned by Daniel Brandt, the leader of the Southwestern chapter of Aryan Nations and an Internet activist.
― GET EQUIPPED WITH BUBBLE LEAD (ex machina), Monday, 12 December 2005 14:26 (twelve years ago) Permalink
The first such article I read was published by Salon.com and can be found here (http://www.salon.com/tech/feature/2002/08/29/google_watch/print.html). This article isn't so bad as the others, the author does expose Brandt's motives:
Brandt is not a disinterested party; the dispute between Daniel Brandt and Google is personal. He has spent thousands of hours building a Web site that he believes is both useful and important, and Google, in its algorithmic blindness, has given Brandt a lower page rank than he thinks he's entitled to. Brandt finds it genuinely hard to believe -- and even personally insulting -- that Google won't give him more credit.
However the article does paint Mr. Brandt in a friendly light, and so it lends credibility to his cause - a cause which most if not all search engine professionals would regard as absurd.
The crux of Brandt's argument can be summed up with these paragraphs from the Salon.com article.
When you type "NameBase" into Google, Brandt's site comes up first, but Brandt is not satisfied with that. "My problem has been to get Google to go deep enough into my site," he says. In other words, Brandt wants Google to index the 100,000 names he has in his database, so that a Google search for "Donald Rumsfeld" will bring up NameBase's page for the secretary of defense. For some reason, though, all of NameBase's deep pages -- its pages with specific names and citations -- have a low Google page rank, which causes them to show up low in the search results. Search for "Donald Rumsfeld" in Google and in the first five pages you get a lot of .mil and .gov sites, some news stories, and some activist sites. Namebase's entry on Rumsfeld doesn't come up. (It is in Google's database, but to find it somebody would have to first wade through hundreds of results.)
Why is a Nazi collecting people's names and citations?
― patrick bateman (mickeygraft), Monday, 12 December 2005 14:29 (twelve years ago) Permalink
― GET EQUIPPED WITH BUBBLE LEAD (ex machina), Monday, 12 December 2005 14:49 (twelve years ago) Permalink
One criticism of the Tribune Company is that they are responsible for the Cubs' perpetual losing. The Tribune Company discovered that the Cubs are more profitable fielding a poor team, rather than spending big on free agents. The Chicago Cubs are located in a trendy area of Chicago, causing them to have great attendance at home games, even when the team is doing poorly.
If the Tribune Company is so unhappy about this, why don't they just edit it?
― patrick bateman (mickeygraft), Monday, 12 December 2005 15:03 (twelve years ago) Permalink
― GET EQUIPPED WITH BUBBLE LEAD (ex machina), Monday, 12 December 2005 15:12 (twelve years ago) Permalink
― s1ocki (slutsky), Monday, 12 December 2005 17:44 (twelve years ago) Permalink
― latebloomer: Deutsch Bag (latebloomer), Monday, 12 December 2005 18:37 (twelve years ago) Permalink
― patrick bateman (mickeygraft), Monday, 12 December 2005 22:34 (twelve years ago) Permalink
Plus, all the slang...
― Mestema (davidcorp), Monday, 9 January 2006 15:29 (twelve years ago) Permalink
― Mestema (davidcorp), Monday, 16 January 2006 13:19 (twelve years ago) Permalink
― melton mowbray (adr), Monday, 16 January 2006 13:22 (twelve years ago) Permalink
1. "Smells Like Teen Spirit" (Cobain/Grohl/Novoselic) - 5:02 2. "In Bloom" (Cobain/Nirvana) - 4:15 3. "Come As You Are" (Cobain/Nirvana) - 3:39 4. "Breed" (Cobain/Nirvana) - 3:04 5. "Lithium" (Cobain) - 4:17 6. "Polly" (Cobain/Nirvana) - 2:56 7. "Territorial Pissings" (Cobain/Nirvana) - 2:23 8. "Drain You" (Cobain/Nirvana) - 3:44 9. "Lounge Act" (Cobain/Nirvana) - 2:37 10. "Stay Away" (Cobain/Nirvana) - 3:33 11. "On a Plain" (Cobain/Nirvana) - 3:17 12. "Something In The Way" (Cobain/Nirvana) - 3:51 13. "Endless, Nameless" (Hidden track) (Cobain/Hongro/Nirvana)
― Tuomas (Tuomas), Monday, 16 January 2006 13:29 (twelve years ago) Permalink
it appears to have been edited again, not by me:
"Endless, Nameless" (Hidden track) (Cobain/Hongro/Cuomo/Urkel/Nirvana)
― Mr Straight Toxic (ghostface), Monday, 16 January 2006 13:55 (twelve years ago) Permalink
― Mr Straight Toxic (ghostface), Monday, 16 January 2006 13:56 (twelve years ago) Permalink
― Bryan (Bryan), Monday, 13 February 2006 05:00 (twelve years ago) Permalink
― Bryan (Bryan), Monday, 13 February 2006 05:01 (twelve years ago) Permalink
Portions of the name sound like vulgarities in English and Spanish, leading to its use in various jokes. Titicaca is the lake that Cornholio, alter-ego of Beavis of MTV's animated series Beavis and Butt-head, claims to come from although he believes the lake is located in Nicaragua.
― kanye twitty (Jody Beth Rosen), Tuesday, 14 February 2006 03:08 (twelve years ago) Permalink
The word 'Trekdom' is used interchangeably with 'Fandom' when referring to Star Trek Fandom or their fans and has been in use by fans of Star Trek fans for several decades.
After the recent cancellation of Star Trek: Enterprise, the future of Trekdom is still uncertain, though it has been scaled back to its own core. Some may believe that Trekdom might die off, or it might be extinct at the onset of such conflicts such as World War III.
― Tuomas (Tuomas), Sunday, 16 April 2006 22:53 (eleven years ago) Permalink
"Plus, all the slang..."But shouldn't the 81 be called a 010?
― dr lulu (dr lulu), Sunday, 16 April 2006 23:22 (eleven years ago) Permalink
― Jimmy Mod: My theme is DEATH (The Famous Jimmy Mod), Monday, 17 April 2006 01:11 (eleven years ago) Permalink
― Pwnjabi MC (Matt Chesnut), Monday, 17 April 2006 01:24 (eleven years ago) Permalink
Was what I found at the top of the page when I checked wikipedia a few weeks before starting a class on the Reformation.
― jimnaseum (jimnaseum), Monday, 17 April 2006 01:51 (eleven years ago) Permalink
― musically (musically), Monday, 17 April 2006 02:13 (eleven years ago) Permalink
― Machibuse '80 (ex machina), Tuesday, 5 September 2006 06:06 (eleven years ago) Permalink
― Machibuse '80 (ex machina), Tuesday, 5 September 2006 20:05 (eleven years ago) Permalink
First go here:
Go to the Probe / Men in Video Awards section.
Click on the 1995 recipient of the "Best Bottom" award.
Note the expression on his face.
― Eric H., Monday, 4 June 2007 02:57 (ten years ago) Permalink
― strgn, Monday, 4 June 2007 03:03 (ten years ago) Permalink
Cultural imperialism at its WTF-est:
Kay Rala Xanana Gusmão GCL (born José Alexandre Gusmão, on June 20, 1946) is a former freedom fighter who became the first President of East Timor since independence from Indonesia.
His nickname, "Xanana", is taken from the name of the 1970's rock and roll/comedy group Sha Na Na.
― anatol_merklich, Thursday, 19 July 2007 16:19 (ten years ago) Permalink
On a radio interview, Trina said that the relationship was more of a "brother-sister" relationship. Later, on Victoria's RapBasement, Lil Wayne said he knew nothing of the rumors. During Wayne's childhood, he mistakenly got thought of as a gay guy but late he dismissed all these claims by watching naked gun 33 and a third.
― acrobat, Wednesday, 12 September 2007 09:23 (ten years ago) Permalink
And in the next chapter:
"Lil Wayne and Trina have recently ended their porno relationship, which was stated by Lil Wayne, himself, on BET's 106 and Park."
Did someone misspell "promo"?
― Tuomas, Wednesday, 12 September 2007 09:28 (ten years ago) Permalink
In 2012, John Parr re-recorded the song with new lyrics, dubbed "Tim Tebow's Fire", to honor Tim Tebow of the Denver Broncos. Parr stated to Denver FOX affiliate KDVR, "I was inspired by Tim Tebow so I wanted to modify the lyrics...in his honor of the way that he lives his life as being a great example."
― El Tomboto, Sunday, 28 January 2018 00:15 (one month ago) Permalink
In the 21st century, propeller beanies are rarely seen on the street, and are primarily worn for satirical or comedic purposes.
― soref, Sunday, 4 February 2018 19:10 (one month ago) Permalink
next century though
― ? (seandalai), Sunday, 4 February 2018 22:57 (one month ago) Permalink
I didn't realise propeller beanies actually existed outside the world of Calvin and Hobbes
― call me by your name..or Finn (fionnland), Monday, 5 February 2018 00:09 (one month ago) Permalink
Part of Benchley's job was to write capsule reviews each week. Abie's Irish Rose he described variously as "Something Awful", "Just about as low as good clean fun can get", "Showing that the Jews and the Irish crack equally old jokes", "The comic spirit of 1876", "People laugh at this every night, which explains why democracy can never be a success", "Will the Marines never come?" and finally "Hebrews 13:8," a Biblical passage that reads, “Jesus Christ, the same yesterday, and today, and forever.” He also held a contest for an outsider to contribute the capsule review, which Harpo Marx won with "No worse than a bad cold." Lorenz Hart expressed the feeling of many in the theater world in these lines for "Manhattan": "Our future babies we'll take to Abie's Irish Rose -- I hope they'll live to see it close." Writing in The New Yorker of its 1937 revival, Wolcott Gibbs said that "it had, in fact, the rather eerie quality of a repeated nightmare; the one, perhaps, in which I always find myself in an old well, thick with bats, and can't get out."
― El Tomboto, Monday, 5 February 2018 13:29 (one month ago) Permalink
He became a friend of avant-garde composer and rock guitarist Frank Zappa, and performed some of his own compositions at a Zappa concert in Santa Monica, California in 1981. He named his cat Grody-to-the-Max after learning the phrase from Zappa's daughter Moon Zappa.
― Dan Worsley, Wednesday, 7 February 2018 18:48 (one month ago) Permalink
Mankey considered Love You to be "lighthearted" on the surface, but a "serious, autobiographical" work that could be compared somewhat to Eraserhead.
― AdamVania (Adam Bruneau), Monday, 12 February 2018 22:27 (one month ago) Permalink
Tony Hawks (with an s)
On 2 January 2008, he appeared on an edition of Celebrity Mastermind, with Tony Hawk as his chosen specialist subject.
― koogs, Thursday, 15 February 2018 22:08 (one month ago) Permalink
Charles Bickford "was born in Cambridge, Massachusetts, during the first minute of 1891"
― mark s, Sunday, 18 February 2018 18:59 (one month ago) Permalink
Knight Lanze and Halb Night Erdal finds out it's right by the out numbered appearance and finds a group of nazi soldiers and then kills them and then finds out that they are going to a place to know and then finds out that a bad guy Luipiud has to know it's going good and then Knight says that the Liupiud Soldiers has arrived and Knight kills them and then he leaves and gen Knight tells Halb knows the answer. Knight and Halb knows that they are giving answers by getting it the right or wrong way and then knows the answer and then Knight finds the Crude sharks and then Knight kills them and drives away fast.
It goes on like this...
― JoeStork, Monday, 19 February 2018 17:14 (one month ago) Permalink
The same orangewood sticks are commonly used in filmmaking, manicure and pedicure, but these industries do not use the term "spudger".
― El Tomboto, Tuesday, 20 February 2018 02:08 (one month ago) Permalink
The first coinage issued by the colony took place in 1813, and was effected by punching the middle out of Spanish dollars. This process created two parts: a small coin, which was called the dump, and a ring, which was called a holey dollar. One holey dollar was worth five shillings (a quarter of one pound sterling), and one dump was worth one shilling and three pence (or one quarter of a holey dollar).
― mfktz (Camaraderie at Arms Length), Wednesday, 21 February 2018 12:03 (one month ago) Permalink
the main thing about marshrutkas is they don't carry pensionaries and the disabled, and depending on the particular city, students, law enforcement workers, and civil servants (pass holders) for free. Marshrutkas will not take more free passengers (invalids) then strictly limited quantity of one per marshrutka, while in ordinary buses, trolley buses and trams quantity of them is not limited and more categories of people (pensionaries etc.) have right to ride for free. And this is the reason why there are many times more marshrutkas in the city than ordinary buses, trolley buses and trams altogether. The word "taxi" is needed just to answer the question why they have no free-ride obligations as part of their franchise, as ordinary municipal buses, which are usually "full of free riders", are unprofitable and bring economical loss
― mick signals, Thursday, 22 February 2018 18:13 (one month ago) Permalink
Leader and heart of the band was Steve Solamar (real name Steve Scrivener), a distinct song/lyrics writer with a peculiar vocal style that has been described as either "terrible", or at least "idiosyncratic".
― soref, Sunday, 25 February 2018 18:15 (three weeks ago) Permalink
NeedACoffee.com has criticized the DVD for not having any special features or so much as a trailer.
― johnny crunch, Monday, 26 February 2018 18:31 (three weeks ago) Permalink
Given the dearth of nautical comedies, there has been a recent resurgence in interest in the film. This has led to further analysis of the controversial ending.
Some in smaller circles believe this "cleaned up" Captain Ron has been his real appearance all along and his previous persona was just a manifestation of Martin Harvey's desired perception of himself.
― if you steeleye spanshine (Doctor Casino), Tuesday, 27 February 2018 01:58 (three weeks ago) Permalink
― fuck the NRA (Neanderthal), Tuesday, 27 February 2018 03:23 (three weeks ago) Permalink
― Dan Worsley, Wednesday, February 7, 2018 6:48 PM (three weeks ago) Bookmark Flag Post Permalink
Did you come by this from reading Quincy Jones' recent interview also?
― mor frog bs (S-), Wednesday, 28 February 2018 05:56 (three weeks ago) Permalink
The title Squinters, refers to the fact that the commuters are facing the sun as they head east from Sydney's western suburbs in the mornings, and then also face into the sun in the afternoons on the way back to the western suburbs.witness the boring life of anyone who spends their free time explaining jokes on wikipedia
― reverse-periscoping (Autumn Almanac), Thursday, 1 March 2018 10:40 (three weeks ago) Permalink
xpost, ha yes. Never heard of him until I read that interview.
― Dan Worsley, Thursday, 1 March 2018 12:50 (three weeks ago) Permalink
1974 The Lou Gordon Program Syndicated "Are Gays Going to Hell?" Gordon's conclusion on the matter is unknown.
― ziggy the ginhead (rushomancy), Thursday, 1 March 2018 15:24 (three weeks ago) Permalink
i guess technically speaking that's more "laconic commentary in wikipedia articles", which is probably distinct from "unusual details in wikipedia articles". not sure it can support its own thread, though.
― ziggy the ginhead (rushomancy), Thursday, 1 March 2018 15:32 (three weeks ago) Permalink
Although born in California, Eitzel spent his formative years in Okinawa, Taiwan, the United Kingdom and Ohio (United States)
― mick signals, Sunday, 4 March 2018 01:25 (two weeks ago) Permalink
The title is a Latin term meaning "for the greater glory of Satan". It is a mutation of the Society of Jesus motto "Ad majorem Dei gloriam", meaning "for the greater glory of God". It contains a grammatical error, however, as "Sathanas" is typically declined as a first declension masculine noun, where its genitive (possessive) form would correctly be "Sathanae".[original research?]
― JoeStork, Monday, 5 March 2018 18:05 (two weeks ago) Permalink
According to the sheet music published at MusicNotes.com, the song is written in the key of C major (recorded a half step lower in B major)
― how's life, Monday, 5 March 2018 20:49 (two weeks ago) Permalink
"Martha Mitchell was portrayed in the 1995 film Nixon by actress Madeline Kahn who, like Mitchell, also died at the age of 57 of cancer"
― mark s, Tuesday, 6 March 2018 00:12 (two weeks ago) Permalink
Works depict blessed virgins, landscapes, sad clowns and "voluptuous" nude women. Unicorn Combover portrayed a unicorn whose mane morphed into a woman's hairdo. The museum included a shrine to Michael Jackson; other portrait pieces depicted Anderson Cooper, Jesus, Abraham Lincoln and Elvis Presley.
― adam the (abanana), Tuesday, 6 March 2018 19:43 (two weeks ago) Permalink
In 1986, during labor unrest at a production plant, razor blades were found in two packages of the product, but there was no recall.
― ian, Tuesday, 6 March 2018 20:03 (two weeks ago) Permalink
― Screaming into the void has never been easier (Sanpaku), Thursday, 8 March 2018 21:27 (two weeks ago) Permalink
real talk about fake news
― Dan I., Thursday, 8 March 2018 22:52 (two weeks ago) Permalink
"The artist's rendering of Charlton Heston as Moses added increased muscle, as per modern physique standards, when the DVD was released"
― Screamin' Jay Gould (The Yellow Kid), Monday, 12 March 2018 21:41 (one week ago) Permalink
"Winter Nights" was recorded during early sessions for Night of the Stormrider while Gene Adam was still on vocals, but this was the track which prompted Schaffer to ask Adam to get singing lessons, as it was felt he could not handle the high notes. Therefore, the song was not used on the album due to its acrimonious history, though it would have fit in with the storyline of the album. Live performances of this song from that era (such as Wuppertal '91) show him struggling to sing it, probably contributing to his dismissal. Schaffer eventually dug the song out of the vaults to use on this album with Barlow providing vocals, but, as mentioned in the album's booklet, used a 1986 Purgatory demo for the backing track instead.
― fuck the NRA (Neanderthal), Monday, 12 March 2018 21:49 (one week ago) Permalink
god Iced Earth and its members are a treasure
Schaffer went to a Lutheran school for five years, during which he developed a lot of anger and rebellion, due to the abusive nature of the pastors. On one occasion, one of the pastors shoved a bar of soap down Schaffer's throat, because the pastor felt threatened due to his refusal to submit, after he could not answer Schaffer's questions about evolution versus creationism. According to Schaffer, this did have an effect on him forming a band, so that he could "prove these people wrong".
― fuck the NRA (Neanderthal), Monday, 12 March 2018 21:55 (one week ago) Permalink
don't ask why i looked up blimpie's subs on wikipedia but this detail is funny:
Founders • Angelo Baldassare• Tony Conza• Pete
― dynamicinterface, Thursday, 15 March 2018 01:08 (one week ago) Permalink
Myers's musical style is the result of her upbringing and childhood musical influences, as well as collaboration with her co-writer and producer Doctor Rosen Rosen.
― mookieproof, Thursday, 15 March 2018 02:14 (one week ago) Permalink
― Gecko cannot crawl up on teflon (mick signals), Thursday, 15 March 2018 19:09 (one week ago) Permalink
Butts Up (A.K.A. "A-Ball", "Asses Up", "Assies' Rehab & Tea", "Balliver Shagnasty's Revenge", "Balls Deep", "Ballsies", "Beartrap" , "Blackjack", "Blue Gooch", "Booties Up", "Brandings", "Buju Gay", "Buns Up", "Burn Ball", "Burn", "Butt Ball", "Buttock Blocker", "Chance", "Chinese Suicides", "Electric Booty", "Error", "Fire in the Bum", "Fumble", "Glempner", "Jetters", "Kirby", "Murderball", "No Fear", "Off the Wall", "Peanut Butter", "Pee Pee'd", "Peg", "Red Ace", "Red Ass", "Red Bum", "Red Butt", "Red Out", "Rosies", "Rump Rounders", "Sky Blue", "Slaughterhouse", "Spread", "Sting", "Stitch", "Suicide", or "Wall Ball") is a North American elementary school children's playground game originating in the 1950s or earlier.
― flippy bard (Will M.), Thursday, 15 March 2018 21:35 (one week ago) Permalink
Everyone actually just calls it “wall ball” I’m pretty sure
― valorous wokelord (silby), Friday, 16 March 2018 00:12 (one week ago) Permalink
"off the wall" where i grew up.
― ian, Friday, 16 March 2018 00:25 (one week ago) Permalink
hahaha yeah it was wall ball at my school, "butt's up" was the thing that happened to the loser, who got pegged in the ass with the ball
― fuck the NRA (Neanderthal), Friday, 16 March 2018 02:52 (one week ago) Permalink
"Murderball" around our way.
― Mark G, Friday, 16 March 2018 07:33 (one week ago) Permalink
it was red ass here!! looks like that's an unusual AND necessary detail in an article!
― flippy bard (Will M.), Friday, 16 March 2018 14:31 (one week ago) Permalink
― mookieproof, Wednesday, March 14, 2018 10:14 PM (two days ago) Bookmark Flag Post Permalink
Someone is a Fletch fan.
― Millennial Whoop, wanna fight about it? (Phil D.), Friday, 16 March 2018 14:33 (one week ago) Permalink
Doom was not invited to the wedding of Storm and the Black Panther.
― El Tomboto, Sunday, 18 March 2018 06:05 (six days ago) Permalink
Noddy and Big Ears are building Noddy's house for one. Noddy suggests that they build the roof first, in case it rains. With no understanding of gravity or of the need for roof supports, this is perfectly logical to him.
― mick signals, Monday, 19 March 2018 23:28 (five days ago) Permalink
Someone is a Fletch fan
or hates Fletch but likes a bad Chevy Chase movie
― just noticed tears shaped like florida. (sic), Wednesday, 21 March 2018 19:35 (three days ago) Permalink
Dunn performed stunts such as dressing in a gold string bikini as a meter-maid for a stroll around town, dressing as a bride for the "Bridezilla" competition, performing a cheerleader routine during the halftime break at a Broncos game, being scrubbed head to toe in a portable dog wash, and a nude dash across a stage.
I'm just curious why it's only those two that need citations
― just noticed tears shaped like florida. (sic), Wednesday, 21 March 2018 19:36 (three days ago) Permalink
In every Back to the Future film, he always ended up in a pile of manure (in reality, a heap of decayed sphagnum and other plant matters)
― mick signals, Friday, 23 March 2018 20:18 (yesterday) Permalink
Cream cheese, substituted for the peanut butter, makes a cream cheese and jelly sandwich.
― mick signals, Friday, 23 March 2018 21:03 (yesterday) Permalink
^ Citation needed
― jmm, Friday, 23 March 2018 21:21 (yesterday) Permalink