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 +4Posted on Oct 13th, 2011 | re: Victoria Jackson Visits Occupy Wall Street (21 comments)

i watched this after reading your description and i felt the same way you did. those guys were so great! and with her silly baby voice, asking her unbelievably dumb baby questions, she made the entire movement look so good.

no thanks to that weird blonde be-wigged person with the mustache and the exposed breasts, being a goofball in the beginning. YOU ARE NOT HELPING.

p.s. hey, guy in the top right corner at 9:40. HOW YOU DOIN’?? call me.

 +12Posted on Sep 13th, 2011 | re: The First Autumn Jam Of 2011: Idris Elba's "Private Garden" (42 comments)

I need you guys to tell me if at some point in this he takes off more of his clothes, or puts on tighter pants, so I can skip to there.

Also, so many of the locations where she shot were bizarrely empty. Many questions can be asked about LA but “where are all the people?” is not one of them. It’s like watching an episode of Scooby Doo, where the only people they encounter are people who are pivotal to the solving on the crime.

 +2Posted on May 23rd, 2011 | re: Is Detective Sarah Linden The Worst Police Officer On Earth? (39 comments)

I’m actually really enjoying the show. Well, as much as something so grim and unfunny can be really enjoyed.

I wonder if her police work getting super shoddy is a choice the show is making on purpose. I will have to rewatch early episodes to test my idea, but it seemed like she was pretty solid in the beginning. She had good instincts, and was really good with witnesses and stuff. It almost seems like, as the rest of her life falls apart, her desperation to solve the crime is making her sloppy. (And/or vice versa, her desperation to solve the crime leads to the deterioration of her life, which makes her MORE desperate, which makes her sloppy.) It’s like we start watching on the upper end of what appears to be a steep, fast downward slide into her becoming Bad Lieutenant: Seattle. I sort of like it. We’re seeing how loosely she’s held together, and how little it takes for her to let her entire world collapse. Like the situation with her asshole son emailing the crime scene photos was a perfect synergy of her letting everything completely slide.

But also, lady has a serious sourpuss and she wears the same brown sweater every day, too. Rat Face hasn’t cornered the market on wearing the same shit every day. The must smell awful. They’re always getting soaked in the rain, then drying off, then getting soaked again. Barf.

While the story line about Rosie’s parents is hard to watch, because of how terrible that situation must be for them, I don’t mind it. I feel like it’s being handled pretty well. Unless any of us have actually had one of our kids die and can attest to it ringing false, I’m gonna give them the benefit of the doubt about how much something like that will unhinge you, mentally and emotionally.

The story line that’s bumming me out is the mayoral campaign. Who cares? Shut up, Billy Campbell. Uncrumple your forehead and also up your caloric intake because you’re looking weird and overly skinny.

 +1Posted on May 23rd, 2011 | re: The Muppets Trailer, You Guys (60 comments)

Red Prairie Dawn

 +3Posted on May 16th, 2011 | re: Saturday Night Live: Ed Helms And Paul Simon (52 comments)

I hate you so much for your opinion.

J/Ks!! I didn’t watch the show and this is a place where people can have opinions that differ, unless they’re about racism, in which case we absolutely all have to agree on that.

Welcome back! Maybe you should check our back catalog, some of the posts you missed, while you were gone. No reason, specifically. Just a thought. Maybe Friday? Fridays are cool…. (also all last week because some of the other butt heads were good, too.)

 +11Posted on May 16th, 2011 | re: A Brief Interpretation Of Last Week (14 comments)

Oh, I mostly looked like that, too, except I was drunk and also crying so much.

 +2Posted on May 15th, 2011 | re: For The Fellas: A Video With So Many Butts, So NSFW. (47 comments)

There are no more butts. That was all of them.

 0Posted on May 13th, 2011 | re: For The Fellas: A Video With So Many Butts, So NSFW. (47 comments)


 +12Posted on May 13th, 2011 | re: For The Fellas: A Video With So Many Butts, So NSFW. (47 comments)

I was thinking the same thing. For a lady rapping about her amazing, otherworldly butt powers, she was was seriously lackluster. Whereas those other girls were seriously changing my life with their butts. Like, I made Mr. Kira watch me, to see if I know how to twerk it, and then we discussed what I needed to do to get better.

I didn’t even realize how wang heavy today was. I’m sorry, Ian. It was only one day, though. It’ll be back to GabeTymez on Monday!

Dude. Finding other Marin monsters is maybe today’s greatest surprise.

We saw him a few times at the Pirates of the Caribbean premiere last week (which I tried to write up but couldn’t get together) and he looks so much like an old LA rich hippie lady from Laurel Canyon that it was kind of jarring. Like, he looked like he has lunch with Meg Ryan and talks about anti-aging regimens. It made me super uncomfortable.

 +2Posted on May 13th, 2011 | re: Meet Today's Guest Blogger: caringiscool (44 comments)

I don’t feel like expecting you to attend meetings wearing pants is an unreasonable request.

 +3Posted on May 13th, 2011 | re: Meet Today's Guest Blogger: caringiscool (44 comments)

Grape Job! Everyone LOVED it!

 +1Posted on May 13th, 2011 | re: Meet Today's Guest Blogger: caringiscool (44 comments)

The fault is mine. When I joined Twitter, I was too stupid to foresee that I would also join Videogum, and that my screen names would need to match. it makes tracking me more challenging, which is cool, because I’m an international woman of intrigue and like to fly below the radar.

 +13Posted on May 13th, 2011 | re: The Unbearable Heaviness of Blogging (and celebrity genital news, Part 2.) (31 comments)

You can’t be certain the person is just out to make money. Don’t be so rash.

 +5Posted on May 13th, 2011 | re: Meet Today's Guest Blogger: caringiscool (44 comments)

AAAAH! AAAAH! AAAAAAAHHH!!! Ohmygod, first grace6697 and now CARRIE??? Dying of happiness! LOVE YOU ALL SO MUCH!

 +8Posted on May 13th, 2011 | re: Thursday Night TV Open Thread: Also A Group Discussion About Spoilers (161 comments)

Oh man, TESTIFY. A comedian on Twitter spoiled it moments after it aired. It made watching the episode totally anti-climactic, and what would’ve been a surprise, totally obvious, because I’d been looking for the signs. Still bitter about it. Bloggin’! Story-tellin’! WHAT CAN’T SHE DO?

 +5Posted on May 13th, 2011 | re: When Otters Attack (48 comments)

I know, Zac. I have a ridiculously short attention span when it comes to Youtube videos, too, and almost always only make it through about 30 seconds. But this one really had the goods. It delivered the goods. It was good? BLOGGIN’!

 +4Posted on May 13th, 2011 | re: When Otters Attack (48 comments)

More importantly, have they acquired a taste for human SNUGGLES???? Because I am gonna give them SO MANY!

 +5Posted on May 13th, 2011 | re: Meet Today's Guest Blogger: caringiscool (44 comments)

no, like this!

carefree and wearing white, with our hair trailing behind us in the wind!

 +4Posted on May 12th, 2011 | re: 21,000 Bottles of Definitely Not Insane Dan Aykroyd Vodka Stolen (29 comments)

if i ever meet these thieves i will tell them that i think they are GROSSE, Pointe Blank.

 +17Posted on May 11th, 2011 | re: You Can Make It Up: Gabe Delahaye Buys And Eats A Chocolate Donut (22 comments)

so so so so sooooo impressed by how great a job you did with so little time, godsauce. i hope that, with all my time to freak out and stress and prepare, i am able to do at least HALF as well as you.

 +1Posted on May 9th, 2011 | re: What Will the Name of Bristol Palin's Reality Television Show Be? (67 comments)

um…sure? sure, steve. if you would like the confusion to be sexual, then sure.