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AVG Anti-Virus Free Edition 8.0

If you’re getting that annoying message telling you that your copy of AVG Anti-Virus is about to expire, you can get the new version here.

Receptor-Site Upregulation and Acetylcholine

From a Special Report in the June 2008 issue Men’s Health magazine: Research has shown that a few puffs of cigarette smoke plug fully half of the brain’s natural receptor sites for acetylcholine … After as little as seven cigarettes over the course of a single month, a nicotine virgin’s brain has begun compensating by […]

Indiana Jones

I was really hoping that it wouldn’t suck. I didn’t think it was too much to ask. Raiders of the Lost Ark is very possibly my all-time favorite movie. No matter how much everyone else seemed to hate Kate Capshaw, Indiana Jones and the Temple of Doom was awesome and I loved it. Indiana Jones […]

Vaginal Architecture

More proof that Los Angeles is the world headquarters for Club Awesome™: In how many other cities can you get to the office one day to find you’re now working in Madonna’s crotch?

Among the Mansions of Eden

Last night I finally finished reading Among the Mansions of Eden: Tales of Love, Lust, and Land in Beverly Hills, a book I bought for Tricia about five years ago. I sailed through the first few hundred pages of David Weddle‘s tome a couple of weeks ago and was entranced by the marvelous stories of […]

Mary Jane’s Last Dance

I have been a major Tom Petty fan for years and years. I have — I think — every CD he’s recorded. I know all the words to every song. I’ve seen him live almost a dozen times. I am absolutely astonished that it took me fifteen years to catch that “Mary Jane’s Last Dance” […]

Foo Fighters 2008 Tour Rider

We are just another band trying to make enough money to fuel our private jet. Please help.

Gasping for Airtime

Jay Mohr’s Gasping for Airtime: Two Years in the Trenches of Saturday Night Live is the second “uncensored” book I’ve read about SNL. (I read Live from New York about two years ago.) Mohr is on the radio pretty frequently here in LA and I really enjoy Last Comic Standing when I catch it. His […]

Bugs Bunny, Greatest Baseball Player Ever

We are then introduced to the shabby state of both the grounds keeping and of stadium security at the Polo Grounds, as we see an angry rabbit (Bugs Bunny, RHP/UT) is able to heckle the visiting team from left field, where he has dug a fairly substantial hole, and is enjoying a carrot-dog and (it […]

Keeping iTunes Organized

Just about everyone that uses iTunes has a hella hard time keeping their music files organized. This is a shame because (a) it’s actually pretty simple and (b) it is a colossal pain in the ass to move your library if it’s not organized correctly. (Note that I’m talking about the organization of your actual […]

Interspecies Sexual Harassment

A seal has been caught on camera trying to have sex with a penguin. link via Molly

Body Bakery

Who in the world doesn’t want to eat bread that looks like human body parts?

The Naming of Things

A Partial List of Artists in My iTunes Library That I Cannot Decide How to Properly Name Joan Jett and the Blackhearts or Jett, Joan and the Blackhearts? Tom Petty and the Heartbreakers or Petty, Tom and the Heartbreakers? Rilo Kiley or Kiley, Rilo? Ted Leo & the Pharmacists or Leo, Ted & the Pharmacists? […]

What Is In My Pants?

What’s in Jimmy Kimmel’s pants?

Contextless Content: Episode #26 (David Bowie)

GatorDVG: I didn’t know Elton John was gay until like 2002. a.friend: well, i can see that. I mean in the ’70s (when I was listening to him) he was considered cool rock and roll a.friend: still kinda is, just the gay thing never came up GatorDVG: I just thought the Donald Duck costume was […]

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I’m suffering from a little bout of writer’s block these days. When you combine that with the fact that I haven’t been cruising the ‘net finding new and funny things, it makes for a dearth of new content on this site. I was thinking that it would be cool to display a single post from […]