Just when you think the PC-ness of corporate America is without bound, along comes this item from Mattel's 'elite Gold Label Collection' Barbie line. Never too early to start Christmas shopping.
And no, that's not a clever headline. It's the doll's real name!
Rent's due, Barbie.
Please welcome to the GonzoGeek stage, everybody's favorite neocon thinktank, the Heritage Foundation. You might remember them as the folks who long pursued a land military base in Iraq and finally found a stooge (W.) willing to implement the plan for them if only they'd give him some goodies. No? Well look it up.
One of their current stumps is to propound a conspiracy theory by which the US President and US Congress are actually attempting to make gasoline prices as high as possible.
You guys should really be paying attention to Har Mar Superstar.
The man I referred to as a "pop music god" in last week's LinkFrogging released Dark Touches, his fourth album in eight years, today. Like all of his previous records, Dark Touches hits you like a Trojan horse; you don't REALLY figure it out until you're in too deep.
Har Mar Superstar is a musical version of The Aristocrats: if you focus on what's supposed to be funny, you miss the humor.&...
Complaining about the BCS is one of those go-to topics that makes college football blogging (and really, all college football coverage) tick. The annual calls for change are usually that the computers are too objective (seeing only the stats and scores, not the way teams looked on the field), and the human polls aren't objective enough (regularly prone to bias, apathy and misinformation).
The USA Today Coaches' Poll in particular is a lightning rod for controversy. Opponent...
This guy, Dan Halloran, has received the GOPs blessing as its candidate for the District 19 city council seat in Queens, NY. He is not only a Pagan high priest, but a King in his faith: Theodism. Gods include Tyr, Odin, and Thor.
Dan The Man
Halloran is an attorney and partner at Palmieri, Castiglione & Halloran and is also chairman of the state Republican Liberty Caucus.
In the words of Halloran himself:
"I don't think any of this is really relevant t...
Noel Gallagher has quit Oasis, according to statment by the musician on the band's website. His departure from the band, which he pinned on brother Liam, came following the second consecutive cancellation of a European show.
Oasis pulled out of its Aug. 25 date at V Festival -- the last UK date of the bands current tour -- saying that Liam was ill with viral laryngitis. The band was supposed to follow Bloc Party on stage at the Rock en Siene Festival earlier th...
Not only that, but he does it repeatedly. And comically.
This guy has been up to a lot for a long time now. Say what you want, but there's never been any moss grown on him.
Please enjoy what is purported to be the full catalogue of Ahnulds Japanese TV commercials.
Now, I've come to realize this woman is funny and was even kind of amused by her and the Woz being connected, but THIS is downright hilarious!
Levi Johnston and Kathy Griffin at the Teen Choice Awards. THE TEEN CHOICE AWARDS!
teen choice...yeah baby!
So there's this great man (Jeremy Sumrall) making a sure-to-be-great horror movie (Possum Walk) which features Keli Wolfe, also a co-star in this webseries about a Dallas-based comic book store.
We're going to duck Sumrall's giant sledgehammer long enough to get an interview with him up in the near future. In the meantime, however, please enjoy 'The Variants,' Episode 1.
Galactic Cowboys (Alan Doss, drums; Ben Huggins, vocals; Monty Colvin, bass, Wally Farkas, guitar) will be playing their first live dates in 10 years just over two weeks from now. Three dates in Texas in three nights: Aug. 13-15; Dallas, Austin, and Houston. The band agreed to talk with GonzoGeek in advance of these dates to let you know what’s going on.
Part 1 of this three-part interview saw Monty and Ben discussing the reunion. The second part—still with Monty and Ben—...