Animesploitation Terebi Funhouse Road Show Otakalypse (miseria consociatus est miseria dimidiavit)
Monday, January 31, 2011
Popeye the Shilling Man
He does what he can,
'Cause he ain't worth a damn.
He's Popeye the Sailor Man!
Saturday, January 29, 2011
That Encyclopedia Guy...
And a clever parody from Seattle's classic sketch comedy program, "Almost Live!"
Yet another pointless parody...
Friday, January 28, 2011
Japaense Customs and Manners
OhayoCon AnimeHell Tonight!
Thursday, January 27, 2011
Once more, with feeling
Hey kids...I have a great idea for a movie. We'll call it:
Oh, he looks like he's having fun. Here's something to make up for that dreadful Sci-Fi CD.
Worst CD ever
Here's what it's supposed to sound like:
THAT'S NOT WHAT I GOT.
I don't know where the CD is now. I left it somewhere. I had never regretted spending $2 before, but that CD showed me the way. May whoever has it use it well.
I ripped the CD and it's by a band called Los Go's. I will never forgive them.
And, because I'm mean, here are the tracks:
Meanwhile, CONGRATULATIONS TO KRIS ON HIS SHOW!
Wednesday, January 26, 2011
Redneck Gaijin Radio Hour
Tuesday, January 25, 2011
Pebbles and Bamm-Bamm Anime
Another hat tip to Cartoon Brew
Monday, January 24, 2011
When Cable TV was AWESOME!
Nickelodeon in it's infancy...
The Disney Channel when it wasn't just obnoxious teenage crap!
The Nashville Network (before it adopted it's "Spike" status)
CBN Cable Network (now ABC Family)
Check at 6:30 for a promo featuring SuperBook and Honey Honey!
When Soviet TV had a break on The Discovery Channel
THE USA CARTOON EXPRESS!!!
When it used to stood for "Music Television"
When bands like Manowar and REM played on Nick's Livewire!
When HBO took all the DAMN time they needed...
and yet they still went off the air!
When all you had on else on the dial was text-based channels of limited appeal!
And probably one of the best kept achievements for it's time, a look at the QUBE system that was initiated in Columbus, OH
And... your odds & ends...
Hat tip to Cartoon Brew.
National Film Board!
Why must they be so cool?
Sunday, January 23, 2011
Saturday, January 22, 2011
Thursday, January 20, 2011
Anyone can be an American!
Except the Japs.
Wednesday, January 19, 2011
Monday, January 17, 2011
I wonder how much damage that causes.
It hurts me that this guy used to fight the Federation.
Late night silliness
Wooo! Monty Python! It's the middle of the night! I don't have work in the morning! I'm feeling goofy.
Friday, January 14, 2011
Outside my window
American TV used to be so weird.
Wednesday, January 12, 2011
if you've ever heard us sing it...
...now you can sing along.
Monday, January 10, 2011
Snow days were made of this
Yes. I had one of these legendary "Sno-Bloc Makers." My folks got one for me and one for my brother. Even though I don't think we ever made much of anything with them. Sure, we made a few walls of "sno-blocs." But it took longer to build a good snow wall with "sno-blocs" then to simply roll up a few large balls of snow, like you would when making a snowman, and line them up for a good wall for a snowball fight. And making an igloo? Get real. We always got bored making the igloo before we could finish it. It just took too long to make enough "sno-blocs" to make anything.
We lost the stupid little aluminum shovels that came with the "Sno-Bloc Maker" almost immediately. I think they showed up somewhere on the lawn after the spring thaw. The "Sno-Bloc Maker" was made of the kind of mold injected plastic that left sharp and rough edges. Over the years it became brittle and I remember one of them split on the corners when we were packing it with snow. This lead to pieces of it snapping off into more sharp pointy bits of plastic. The other "Sno-Bloc Maker" was dashed against a tree trunk and shattered into tiny shards that found their way in to the lawn mower months later. Sorry Dad.
There was also this other red plastic thing, I'm thinking it was made by the same people, that was meant to be use to make and throw snowballs. Of course we used them for "lightsaber" duels and beating on each other. I wish I could remember the name of the thing.
Friday, January 07, 2011
Thursday, January 06, 2011
She's classy, but skeevy.
Wednesday, January 05, 2011
Sunday, January 02, 2011
the dot on an "i" is called a tittle
I'm on an animation binge tonight.
Compared to what?
I would hope you've seen this before, but just in case....