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Friday LinkFrogging - 11/14/14

Serendipity.

That's what it was.

I spent a long time last night looking for this week's cheesecake and came up with nothing.

As you know, we have a long standing "No Kardashians" policy, so even when the internet blew up earlier this week, I knew we weren't going in that direction, despite its obvious gravitational pull.

I put together the bones of the post and went back to look again.  Surely I'd missed something obvious.

I had.

You see, for whatever reason, I'd overlooked The Theory of Everything under the false assumption that there wouldn't be anyone worthy of feature in a Stephen Hawking biopic.

Wrong again, I was.

Please say hello to Felicity Jones.

Ms. Jones plays Jane Hawking in the aforementioned biopic.

Now you're saying to yourself, what else have I seen her in?

She's been a mainstay of British media since the late 90s and, I guess we can forgive her for this, appeared on an episode of Girls.

Of course, she was also in The Amazing Spider-Man 2 earlier this year playing "Felicia."

And, as any self-respecting Spidey geek will tell you, Felicia can only be one person.

Felicia Hardy.

The Black Cat.

And that, somehow, makes two days in a row with a Black Cat reference on GonzoGeek.

Serendipity.

Let's hit the links.

CHRIS

The socialist subtext of Willy Wonka & the Chocolate Factory

Plant says "no" to Euro 500-million Zeppelin reunion

Fuck Bill Cosby up the ass with a rusty pipe

Frank's $250 Judas Priest Turbo Dog

HUNTER

Women rejecting marriage proposals in Western art history 

BRUCE

Horror franchises that would make good television shows

What WWE can learn from Lucha Underground

Artist removes one letter from movie titles and illustrates the results

Metalvational posters designed to rock your world

And finally, Too Many Cooks...WTF?

Geeks






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