I saw Anchorman 2: The Legend Continues on opening night; however, due to it being released during the Christmas season, it gets shuffled into already a busy time. Then comes Oscar season and some movies get neglected.
Last week, Anchorman 2 was rereleased in theaters as an R-rated version (originally it was a PG-13 [but a fairly hard PG-13]). It was a special one week only release with 763 new jokes. A podcast interview with director Adam McKay revealed that due to the amount of footage they have, this wasn’t an empty, pumped up boast.
So, given that this review is coming out on the final day of the limited release, we clearly know that I am horrible with time frames. Continue reading →
You may drink a lot — and often — but you will never be a true lover of the sauce if you let a hangover slow you down.
Researchers from the University of Missouri and Brown University (that’s Ivy League!) found that, when alcoholics logged their drinking over 21 days, they found no difference in drinking patterns between days with and without hangovers. So, while this doesn’t definitively prove the use of “hair of the dog” treatments, it definitely proves that proves boozers don’t let a little discomfort, nausea, diarrhea or being cut off from the bar deter them from their sport.
Therefore: if you want to soar with the barflies, then you don’t have time to be sick.
This blog has never been big on believing in “facts” or “information,” which is why we come so close to agreeing with climate change deniers. (Does it feel warm to you? No! Case in point!) They say this climate mumbo-jumbo is nothing but an elaborate, worldwide plot by those fat cat scientists to drain economies while spreading panic. Today we’re almost inclined to agree.
Well done, science. You and your golden-labcoated friends can use another $10,000 to light up your cigars tonight. You’ve scared Chipotle into considering taking away the thing we love most. Now you can tell us all about rising sea levels and make it sound like beachfront property in Indiana isn’t a good thing.
The horror begins when a woman in Lodi, California, goes for a routine doctor’s appointment. Do you feel the suspense? What terror must have come about around a physician?
Turner learned she was declared dead after showing up to make a doctor’s appointment.
While some might say that she protested with the clawing of her zombie germ-ridden nails, others might say Leona Turner protested with words such as speaking to someone in front of her and telling her that she was alive. That’s difficult to do when you’re deeeeeeaaaaaad.
Some time passed and Turner received a letter from the Social Security office. They offered an apology, but not explanation for why the federal government marked her dead and then brought her back to life. They also offered no apology to the community for letting a zombie loose in the neighborhood.
When it comes to the War on Animals, climate change is mostly a good thing. We keep killing off species or causing them to lose their habitat. But then, there’s a bad side, too. Something ancient has come back to life.
The permafrost of Siberia is more like temporarafrost at this point, and when it thaws, so do all the secrets that have been kept hidden for millions of years. We regret to inform you that a 30,000-year-old virus has awoken–and it’s hungry.
The Pithovirus has been found in soil samples from Siberia. The good news is that it only attacks amoebas, for now. We’re sure that in no time this paleovirus will kill us all.
Fox News is home to more anger and indignation than one yellow couch can contain, especially for a news channel. And with its early efforts at promoting the Tea Party, including the organization and promotion of several “FNC Tax Day Tea Parties” back in 2009, it’s clearly designed to help you get angry, too.