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“Abolition! Abolition, Jefferson! Set free, you boy! If you have a jail cell full of slaves,
and I have a jail cell full of slaves, and I have a key, and my key reaches across the room
and starts to unlock your jail cell full of slaves, I free your slaves! I free them up!”
…what were we talking about?
Didn’t they already make a Battle Royale movie?
Jealous! I still don’t have Portal 2 because apperently it costs money and I don’t even know what that is, but I’m glad to hear it’s still awesome.
jk guys, I don’t wear glasses.
More Oren gifs please! I hope that for the rest of the series, every now and then a conversation will be interrupted by someone saying “Wait, is Oren behind me?” and the camera panning over to Oren in the shadows and everyone leaving immediately and me laughing forever.
“Kirstie Alley and her dance partner hit the dance floor last on Dancing With The Stars… and I mean they really HIT THE FLOOR!” – My local news station this morning. Seriously.
I was actually just looking into this because playing old playstation games on my phone sounds awesome, and Kristen Schaal is certainly making this decision easier.*
*I don’t actually decide my purchases based on who tells me to buy them. Unless it’s Kristen Schaal.
Fun fact: every single time I read or hear the words “remember me”, its in the voice of giant-monument-bender.
This post and the subsequent comments might be my favorite post and subsequent comments ever.
I was too amazed to type, apparently.
Despite, well, this whole video, the part where straight javelin’d his sword through a bottle was kind of badass.
Yes! Thank you!
GIF request: Jason Sudeikis’s freakout at about 3:33 of the psychic medium sketch.
One of my favorite parts of Community was how all the clay puppets looked similar to their real-life counterparts but with a few exaggerations, except for Chevy Chase who looked EXACTLY THE SAME.
I’m making this comment solely to increase my chances of being in the next one. NO SHAME.
Whoops, I’m admittedly pretty ignorant of the inner workings of Oprah.
On one hand, watching a bunch of fairly well-off (I’m assuming if you can afford Oprah tickets then you’re probably doing okay) middle-aged people get thousands of dollars of free stuff that they don’t really need kind of puts a bad taste in my mouth. On the other hand, I’d also be flipping shit if I got thousands of dollars of free stuff that I don’t really need (and got to see Oprah!!!!!!!!!), so I guess it all works out.
I missed it too, this is blowing my mind.
At first i was like “well I’ve got a fear of heights but its just a video, how bad could it be?”, but then he climbed HIGHER THAN THE SEARS TOWER WITHOUT ANY SAFETY LINES and I basically just had a heart attack for 8 minutes.
Two of my bosses supposedly traveled hundreds of miles to go to this, and I really want to see if I can find them in this video, but I don’t think I have the mental fortitude to watch this video closely for 13 minutes. It’s like a Where’s Waldo page but everyone is dressed like Waldo, your sanity slips away with every second that passes, and you’re not even sure Waldo even bothered to show up.
I’m not so willing to say this movie had plot-holes. I mean, maybe I’m putting too much faith in Nolan, but I feel like after eight years of work he would have made sure everything worked correctly. I saw the movie twice on Friday and then spent a large amount of the weekend thinking about everything that seemed like a “plot-hole” (I have a lot of time to think at my job), and pretty much all of them I was able to explain without having to make large assumptions. The answers are pretty much all there in the movie, but some are rather subtle.
Like the whole “why wasn’t the snow level in anti-gravity too” thing. In the second level, at one point there is a tremor, and Saito asks Eames “Turbulence on the plane?”, to which Eames responds with something along the lines of “No it’s too strong, it must be the van”. Which is a roundabout way of saying that when something effects the levels below it, the effect degrades with each level it goes down. Since the van was in level one, the anti-gravity effect was only noticeable in the level directly below it.
Sleighs Bells went in a really weird direction with this Infinity Guitars video.
Not to rain on the parade, but I’m pretty sure the majority of this is true, which actually makes this legitimately sad:
That said, this meme is still hilarious.