Profile 
HeyThatsMyBike
Website: -
Find Me On:

Latest Comments

Comments

 +2Posted on Jun 11th, 2012 | re: Mad Men: Season 5 Finale (161 comments)

Oh, but obviously her husband would not be able to be like “oh, I’ll just erase her affairs every time.” You don’t get to pick what you forget. It’s not Eternal Sunshine or anything.

 +1Posted on Jun 11th, 2012 | re: Mad Men: Season 5 Finale (161 comments)

*none

 +3Posted on Jun 11th, 2012 | re: Mad Men: Season 5 Finale (161 comments)

Yeah, that legitimately happens. The thing that doesn’t happen is you being fine and sing-songy like 3 minutes after it is over – especially they way they did it in the 60s. You’d be groggy and probably not making much sense, and in the 60s you likely would have some bruises on your head/face (though today it’s an outpatient procedure and there’s no of the scary hardcore violent convulsions anymore).

 +1Posted on Jun 11th, 2012 | re: Mad Men: Season 5 Finale (161 comments)

Noted this upthread before I read it here – but I concur!

 +6Posted on Jun 11th, 2012 | re: Mad Men: Season 5 Finale (161 comments)

I thought that was all a direct parallel to Betty – Don met Betty when she modeled in a fur ad, and now Megan is acting in his ads, too. Your wives! They are Full Circle!

 +1Posted on Jun 5th, 2012 | re: Mad Men: Everybody Hurts (186 comments)

I realize I am like 500 years late here, but in the previews the doorway Don was standing in looked like Lane’s. My guess was that he was going to report the news to his wife.

 +14Posted on May 22nd, 2012 | re: Mad Men: Oh Right, Advertising (59 comments)

I thought the whole Kinsey storyline was actually perfect. Of course he is trying to be a Krishna. And of course Harry is immediately better at meditating than Kinsey is.
Poor Kinsey is always trying to be on the cutting edge of the counterculture, but really he’s too much of a square to be fully accepted by anybody who is actually counterculture. Again, I thought it was amazing and awesome.

 +3Posted on Apr 15th, 2012 | re: Monsters' Ball: The Week's Best Comments (58 comments)

I love all of The Hunt entries, but if I have to pick two favorites off of the top of my head, they are “The Lake House” and “The Wicker Man”

What’s Up With Topher Grace grew on me over time to the point that I loved it, and I am still sad it is gone.

And this thread is bookmarked because this video makes me cry real tears of laughter every time I watch it. A’Capella scream band auditions plus the accompanying text just hits a funny-ness nerve. http://videogum.com/98781/we_should_all_be_so_lucky_as_t_3/music-related-content/

 +1Posted on Jan 18th, 2012 | re: How Rosie O'Donnell Knows Tom Cruise Isn't Gay (24 comments)

My mother pointed this out to me about 10 years ago, and once you see it, it cannot be unseen. He even tried to get it fixed up at one point with invisalign, and apparently it didn’t really do anything.

 +2Posted on Jan 18th, 2012 | re: Paula Deen Has Type 2 Diabetes, Is An Asshole (91 comments)

Whoa. I realize I am way late here, but I had no idea this website existed. And I have discovered that “…I would rather not have any discussion than have a derailed, re-centered, garbage discussion that implicitly dismisses the seriousness of institutional homophobia, thus creating an unsafe space for queer Shakers.” is a statement that has been written and exists in the world. I assume “Shakers” is their term for themselves, but I have much more fun reading that as the old-timey “Gift to be Simple” religion.
And yeah, even the Portlandia bookstore ladies would be immediately banned – possibly for asking a question, it seems.

 +3Posted on Jan 5th, 2012 | re: Top Chef S09E08: This Is The Barbecue Pits (43 comments)

He’s an odd dude. Stephen Hawking was his graduate school advisor, he is an expert in French cuisine, and he helped create Microsoft. In possibly the same podcast, he talked about his logical foray into cuisine, as cooking is really just all about thermodynamics. The mayor of Nerd Village.

And the patent thing is so confusing/awful. The actual point of his company is to have really smart people sit around and think up crazy ideas and then patent them without creating anything. Then they wait for other people to actually do those ideas and try to patent them and then they sue them. That’s the company. That’s basically all they do (although some portion of the company put out those $650 cookbooks).

 +14Posted on Nov 8th, 2011 | re: New Commenters' New Corner: Brett Ratner, Your Boyfriend, Stinks! (187 comments)

“Women be shopping” -Jeff Dunham.

I am definitely doing it right.

 +27Posted on Oct 17th, 2011 | re: That's Your Boyfriend: Guy Fieri (38 comments)

Dear Anthony Bourdain,

You were right about Guy Fieri.

Love,
World

 0Posted on Oct 17th, 2011 | re: Saturday Night Live: Anna Faris And Drake (35 comments)

TANYAAAAAAAA!

 +5Posted on Sep 8th, 2011 | re: Rick Perry Killed 234 People (APPLAUSE BREAK) (172 comments)

My theory on the hypocrisy is rooted in the party leaders being old rich white guys and wanting to keep their crown as master decision-makers. So basically, anything where somebody else holds the power or is given opportunity to get what they need to have more power – the ladies deciding about their uteri, gay people getting to do what they want, the poors having access to things that could empower them, the ability for non-white non-rich people to emigrate here if they want – those things are all very bad and they want to have their hands in making sure those things don’t happen.
On the flip side, anything that affects things the old white rich guys like – shooting guns, money, having the ability to dump their company’s leftover toxic waste wherever they please – then that’s where small government is crucial.
The funniest part is they’ve gotten people who AREN’T old white rich guys to buy into this scheme! Hilarious! So you end up with Michele Bachman, who is basically the female gender’s equivalent to Dave Chappelle’s old blind guy who hates black people even though he’s black. It’s amazing.

 +5Posted on Aug 16th, 2011 | re: Lauren Conrad Is A Goddamned Liar! (54 comments)

We’ll always have 1985.

 +8Posted on Aug 16th, 2011 | re: Lauren Conrad Is A Goddamned Liar! (54 comments)

Ghost Writer quiz! Which one of these cast members was in my political science classes in college (Jeallousssss?) and now has a very successful voiceover career and – worlds colliding – did all the voiceover work for promos for The Hills? Coincidence? Probably not.
Bonus fact: This person is also the voice of Swiffer commercials. True story.

 +5Posted on Aug 10th, 2011 | re: The New Bewitched Is OUR Generation's Bewitched (28 comments)

That movie was so so bad. Are we doing a Most Boring Movie of All Time hunt yet? Nominated! And I say that as someone who basically wanted to BE Samantha as a child/tween, because magical powers are awesome and she is sassy.
So I guess it would be hard to make it worse than that movie? But Hollywood is one to take on a challenge!

I thought I’d click through and read about him dying of eating too many burritos, so we’re on the same page (either you and me, or me and Ron Swanson. Not sure which).

To Georgia?

 +8Posted on Aug 3rd, 2011 | re: Gwyneth Paltrow Continues To Shit Gold From Her Mouth (74 comments)

I just came over here to be sure that you guys were on top of this. I hate when my concierge in Paris sends me to some restaurant that isn’t where I should really be!!!!

 +9Posted on Aug 1st, 2011 | re: A Surprisingly Good Interview With Heidi And Spencer (11 comments)

Do they understand what “regret” means? Because when you say “I have no regrets. But I look back and really really wish I hadn’t done these 25 things and those things have sort of destroyed everything,” it means you have many regrets.

 0Posted on Jul 28th, 2011 | re: Science Has (Incorrectly) Determined The Saddest Movie Scene Of All Time (91 comments)

That very episode was on Comedy Central like 4 hours after you wrote this comment, Marty McFly. Will never ever watch that one again! (with respect to That One)

 +9Posted on Jul 28th, 2011 | re: Science Has (Incorrectly) Determined The Saddest Movie Scene Of All Time (91 comments)

Don’t worry, Atreyu. It gets better.

 +2Posted on Jul 28th, 2011 | re: 2 Man Chain Gang: Outback Steakhouse (11 comments)

Can’t watch this til I’m home (FORGOT HEADPHONES), but if it’s half as good as the Red Lobster “least kosher place on the planet” one, then I’m very excited.