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December 12, 2008

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rwk

yea... fights ain't worth shit in digital type, son.

but images like this one -- wait, are there more? -- are worth a whole helluva lot. they remind me of who i am when i'm stuck in a room i hate doing monkey's work. so, you know, thanks! real top form. cheers! oh, crap, it's only 915 here on the gold coast. gotta wait just a lil longer, sumpin like 8 hrs, before i can really raise a glass.

in times like this, at least we can turn to R Kelly: it's the freakin weekend baby, bout to have me some fun...

Zack Handlen

And now I have a new desktop background for my work computer. Neat!

bill

Isn't Scott Foundas the guy who spent 8 pages telling us that we should care about Brett Ratner?

bill

Isn't Scott Foundas the guy who once spent 8 pages trying to convince everybody that Brett Ratner was worth thinking about?

Glenn Kenny

Indeed. Both!

bill

2 for 2! I'm on fire!

Campaspe

"Derrierism" is a term that needs to enter the language, now. With proper credit to M. Swift, bien sur.

That image is incredible. Mark me as one who was opposed to changing the DGA award name.

Randy

Thanks for the still. Think I'll try to make a user icon out of it. Will it look as good at 100 X 100 pixels?

Glenn Kenny

It should, Randy.

B.W.

Hold on. Maybe I'm just being thick, or I don't have the proper context, but I can't tell if Mr. Jon Swift's post is sarcastic or not. Is he endorsing "derrierism" or satirically bemoaning it? Maybe it's only my political bias that leads me to assume the former...

Glenn Kenny

B.W., I've followed the estimable Mr. Swift's work for many years, and it's always been hilarious, but it's true that as of late he's honed his dryness to the point that it does become difficult to distinguish his lampoons from The Real Thing. The key is always to remember where he got his name from—that is, the guy who once proposed eating babies as a solution to an Irish famine.

B.W.

D'oh. It's all so clear now. But it looks like the bit about Ann Coulter, Rush Limbaugh et al being asked to write film reviews for a conservative website was true, yes? Ugh.

Randy

Yes, the still looks pretty danged good even at 100 X 100 pixels. It has the right simplicity and structure, I guess.

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