Friday the 13th: Part III The creators of Friday the 13th: Part III believed so strongly in their heaping pile of suckiness that they even added a third dimension of suckiness: depth. Woooo. Yes, Friday the 13th: Part III was released to audiences in glorious early 1980′s 3-D. “You too can be stabbed in the […]
Friday the 13th: Part II After enjoying the not entirely terrible original Friday the 13th, I was actually looking forward to seeing the first of 11 sequels, if only to get one step closer to finding out how the darn hockey mask is worked into the series. I was once again let down. No hockey […]
Here is the full list of comments left by OscarFest 2009 participants during voting. This marks the first year that I have not had to edit the comments to make them family or work appropriate. That was sort of a let down. There was also a statistically significant reduction in the number of insults directly […]
The Champions: Jen, Bobby, and Eric OscarFest 2009 is accomplished. Congratulations to first-time Champions, Bobby Crane and Eric Doty, and our first repeat Champion, Jen Celusta (Coffey), who voted correctly on 20 out of 24 categories. Amazing! Click HERE to see how you stacked up against the Champions. Hollywood couldn’t script a more dramatic ending […]
For reasons that may never be explained, I decided to finally watch the Friday the 13th series that has spawned more than 11 sequels since 1980. This endeavor is a colossal waste of time, and there is a good chance that I won’t make it passed the fourth or fifth sequel, but I’m just way […]
Check out this new flash player I downloaded from the Armed with Science page on BlogTalkRadio.com. You can embed your own flash player by visiting Armed with Science and clicking on the big icon to the right that says, “PROMOTE THIS SHOW”. You will be really happy with your decision.
Michael created this card years ago, but it illustrates an important point: the world would be a much better place if every day were Valentine’s Day.
Little known fact: this Xmas card was actually the inspiration for the South Park character Mr. Garrison and his puppet Mr. Hat. Littler known fact: it was also the inspiration for Santa Clause. Believe it.
My new 4th-authored J. Neuroscience paper: Pten Deletion in Adult Neural Stem/Progenitor Cells Enhances Constitutive Neurogenesis
Brain stuff Click HERE to view the new J. Neuroscience article with my name on it. It’s really fun to read. I promise you will learn more about Pten than you ever thought possible. I guarantee it. I also guarantee that guarantee. And, that’s guaranteed.
This card capitalizes on the obvious association between the words “kitty kat” and the cat-like organism below them. It also reminds me of that strangely popular Kitty Kat video from yesteryear, which featured a morbidly obese cat performing a robot dance in unison with an incoherent, almost-song of sorts. Realistically, I have watched this video […]