Friday, July 06, 2007

It Took 6 Whole Hours and 5 Whole Days for All My Links to Come Undone

Well, Scarlett's going to be heading out of town so she can be in Woody Allen's next movie! She starts filming in Barcelona on Tuesday, but before the long plane ride she wants to relax and read some links.

* Ken Levine saw Paula Abdul's new reality show.
* Dr. Monkey has a new show I'm sure FOX will air and, sadly, I would probably watch.
* Nathaniel ranks the Pixar movies in order of preference.
* Grooooaaaaaan, but in a good way. (Splotchy)
* Piper lusts after an underage girl (but the media made him do it).
* JA has news on George Romero's next and a great Roger Ebert quip (always a pleasure).
* Dr. Zaius likes the Go-Go's because, let's face it, they rock!
* Slowly Going Bald posits a new reality show.
* Becca draws Aquaman and Chiana.
* Living Between Wednesdays rates super hunk 12: Superman.

Hey, creepo, Scar knew what you were doing and was just too nice not to slap you like you deserved. You know what makes her feel better? Political discourse. Like Cap'n Dyke's post about the cost of the war in human terms. What else did we read this week?
* Dr. Monkey blogs against theocracy and comments on something I said, and comments on the Libby commutation.
* The Libby commutation is also commented on by Marty Kaplan and The Rude Pundit.
* The Rude Pundit has a lot to say this week: here he is on the Supreme Court, Michael Moore, Thomas Paine, and the "thoughtfulness" of the commander guy.
* Infidel753 looks at another half-year of Republicans.
* Splotchy notices that gas is slower to pump these days.

Uh-oh, Scarlett's really getting ready to go! Here's some more stuff for you to read, baby! The Fourth of July was this week, what did some people have to say about that?
* Peter Lynn offers five alternatives to The Star-Spangled Banner.
* Layercake lists some rather pornographic fireworks.
* No Smoking in the Skullcave gives us Aria Giovanni instead of fireworks (these are awesome, too).
* Happy Canada Day, E!
* Some religious debate over the week, some of which I thought you should see: Jimmy Dean's Fucked-up Cousin Clyde looks at the words on our money and Tengrain questions orthodoxy; Infidel753 looks at religion in politics; Atheist Revolution looks at prayer as bullying; Dr. Zaius explains some of his views; and The Last Visible Blog sums up something I agree with as far as religion's place in the world.
* Cap'n Dyke and Marius have some things to say about accepting people.
* Dr. Monkey watches someone make a deal with the devil.
* Johnny Yen ruminates on what possessions really mean.
* Jaquandor doesn't want to hear you say these anymore.
* Jeff Zaslow reconsiders Mr. Rogers.
* And finally, Scarlett has one last thing to say before she leaves.

Thanks, Scar! Have fun in Barcelona, and take some time to see the sights inbetween work! Don't worry, I'm sure Ashley Tisdale will keep me out of trouble.

Thanks to Dr. Zaius, I can't get this song out of my head. But like I told him, in the canon of fictional bands, Josie and the Pussycats rock pretty hard!


MC said...

I never thought I would hear the insinuation that Kay Hanley rocked pretty hard.

Dr. Monkey Von Monkerstein said...

I'm not sure what to thank you more for, all the links or all the pics of Scar Jo. So I'll say thanks for both.

SamuraiFrog said...

MC: No, no, Josie and the Pussycats rock pretty hard. Movie magic! Besides, most fictional bands sound like that idiot episode of Saved by the Bell where they form their own band.

Dr. Monkey: You're welcome for both.

Tengrain said...

Thanks for the links, Samurai - but the credit for the money piece really goes to one of my regular commentators, "Jimmy Dean's Fucked-up Cousin Clyde." I give him access to MPS to post whatever he wants, he's brilliant, but for some reason does not want his own blog.

Go figure?


(giving credit where it is due)

Dr. Zaius said...

Thank you for the links, sir! I am especially excited that the title of the post is from a Josie and the Pussycats song. Yay!

SamuraiFrog said...

Tengrain: Thanks for clarifying that, and dammit, I should've been more on top of that. I'll correct that.

Dr. Zaius: I can't get it out of my head!

Capn Dyke said...

Me Sweet Lad, ye link t' Th' Cap'n so much She may have t'make ye Her Own Son (but I warn ye - next t'Blue Gal, Th' Cap'n be th'World's Meanest Mommy). ;)

SamuraiFrog said...

It still sounds pretty good, though, Cap'n!