Can't have the Dark Knight being pasty white now can we?
Christmas is in the air kids.
Its also in my car, my house, my wallet and my kids.
Its been another fun year for us here at the 'Geek. We've seen our little site blossom and we're on the verge of taking another big step next year. Stay tuned.
In any event, this will be our final LinkFrogging of the year. We'll take next week off to celebrate Christmas and then, on New Year's Eve, we'll revisit our top ten posts of the year.
But before we sign off, I want to gi...
Welcome back cats and kittens.
Its Friday and time for the Gonzo Compadres to unleash some links upon you.
We are in the middle of the festive/hectic holiday season and I like to think that LinkFrogging can provide a moment of solace and an oasis of calm to each and every one of you on Friday's.
I'm not sure if that's true, but its what I like to think.
Before we begin our trip around the tubes, please say hello to this week's cheesecake, Maggie Grace.
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The caption really does say it all.
Welcome to December.
We're back, and more importantly, back on time.
Tis the season to shop early, often and excessively.
Lucky for you, our weekly trip around the internet is still free of charge and full of cheer.
Last week was Black Friday. This Friday is Black Swan.
Yes, that as another of my patented ham-handed segues.
Say hello to this week's cheesecake, Princess Amidala herself, Natalie Portman.
Ms. Portman belongs to that subset of cheesecake that I...
There have been some great monologues about what someone believes.
Steve Martin had a great one that included "robots are stealing my luggage."
For me the pinnacle is, and will always be, the Crash Davis speech from Bull Durham.
However, earlier today I stumbled upon one I forgot.
From the mind of Neil Gaiman in the 2001 novel American Gods...
I can believe things that are true and I can believe things that aren't true and I can believe things where nobody knows if they're true or not. I ca...
I'd like to blame it on the Tryptophan.
I'd like to blame it on Black Friday.
I'd like to blame it on travel.
I'd like to blame it on sickness at home.
I could Blame It On Rio, or maybe even the rain.
I am very certain, at the very least, the Bossa Nova is somehow involved.
Any and all of those are true enough, but they don't make up for the fact that for the first time since its inception, I failed to bring you our loyal reader(s) your weekly dose of links.
There is nothing quite like a weekend amongst your own kind to really make you appreciate things like our little corner of the internet here.
Stephe and I will be reporting on our adventures in the wilds of the Austin Comic Con soon, but let me just say it was fun. From aging television stars to costumes to fine tequilas, we had a blast.
It made the real world all the more difficult this week.
I've salved my soul with Bruce Springsteen's new release, The Promise, and the searc...
Last night, Late Night with Jimmy Fallon had one guest.
The Boss was on hand to discuss his new album, The Promise.
It also gave Fallon a chance to wheel out his note perfect Neil Young impression and duet with a vintage Springsteen on Willow Smith's pop hit.
You can enjoy it all after the break.
Dr. Bruce and Stephe are en route to Austin Comic Con, where the streets will soon run with Geeky effluent of all manner. It's cool though. I'm saving myself for full immersion at the big one (San Diego) and the good doctor left a little prezzie behind, a visual representation of one of the Austin event's fairer participants, Torrie Wilson.
Wilson entered this world in Boise, Idaho, and became a successful female body-builder before moving to L.A. to -- all togthe...