Archer (animated spy/sex comedy)
Sterling Archer (codename: Duchess) is a Secret Agent working for ISIS, a spy agency headed by his domineering mother. He works with his ex-girlfriend, her clingy new boyfriend, and an array of slightly sexually peculiar co-workers. Sexcapades galore! Fans of "Frisky Dingo", "Arrested Development" and possibly "Dr. Katz" should check it out.
>Some of the greatest inventions, discoveries, wars, explorations, artwork, etc would have never happened because the men who did them would have been too busy chasing after pussy.
I disagree. All civilization is just an effort to impress the opposite sex...
and sometimes the same sex.
That's good, but a random, hidden gem would be better I think. I'd like reddit to be known for something like that rather than a political video about a TV rivalry.
We need to use this opportunity to find something awesome that no one knows about. Not a video that is <em>already the most popular video on the entire site.</em>
Stop circlejerking around a video putting down Fox that everyone has already seen anyway and let's find an amazing/hysterical video that no one would ever see if it hadn't been for us. (I mean.. that is what we constantly do on this site for the entire internet, but still.)
Alton Brown. Goodness, I love that man.
Edit: Figured I should add a specific video. I choose The Waffle Truth episode of Good Eats because I love waffles almost as much as I love Alton.
I disagree that "gansta" rap is the cause of this. In fact it's more likely a result.
The documentary Crips and Bloods: Made in America has a pretty good perspective on this. Their explanation involves a combination of segregation and other socio-economic factors including job outsourcing.
I was on a show (Keys to the VIP) where I competed with another dude by trying to pick up women in a nightclub. Links below .. I'm Slavic Thunder!
Here's the link for Canadians
Here's the link for Americans
Sorry rest of the world!
Stuff like this is why red bull is my favorite company, I think.
They run TWO formula 1 teams, do awesome shit like this, stuff like the air racing championship, or last rider standing, or Crashed Ice, or even the flugtag.
They just do cool shit. That's like their MO. "Invest profits into 'cool shit'"
Oh and they are fucking GOOD at it too. Last year they won both Formula 1 world championships, beating the GIANTS of the sport like Ferrari and McLaren.
Love that company.
“Adopting Haiti” is a documentary by filmmaker Timothy Wolfer about the struggle of the Maison des Enfants de Dieu orphanage and the 135 children who called it home"
Because I am a Criterion loving douchebag....
Orson Welles - F is for Fake.
Orson Welles embarks on a dizzying cinematic journey that simultaneously exposes and revels in fakery and fakers of all stripes—not the least of whom is Welles himself.
If you watch Dunn and Steve O on Minute to Win It Charity Edition, you get a glimpse of the real Ryan Dunn.
Episode tl;dr: He's just a normal guy who gets nervous in high pressure situations and cares a lot about helping kids.
The movie turned out great. And now it's free to watch!
EDIT: The filmmakers have posted more info:
I can confirm this is indeed true.
Here's another frame
and the url:http://www.hulu.com/watch/251383/masterchef-elimination-18-cut-to-16#s-p1-so-i0
6 years ago in summer school, the class ended one day and I was going to the library on my bike. I stopped at an intersection and saw a car going 90 on a 35/mph street towards a red light. There were two cars stopped at the red light already waiting for the light to turn green, and the speeding car flipped one car over and pushed the other car into the other side of the intersection.
Then the ambulance came and pulled three people out of the flipped car (two of them already died at the scene, I learned later) and the woman driving the speeding car.
Later on I learned that was the first murder case in my city for a very long time, and it has its own Wikipedia article and Snapped did an episode on it.
Arrested Development - Pier Pressure
Arrested Development - Top Banana
Most fashion models don't actually make terribly much money. And if you hate architects too; their industry is worth billions and most of the leading edge of architectural design isn't livable. That being said, if people didn't push the envelope in their various fields we would still be wearing togas and living in waddle-and-daub huts. Fashion at its highest level is as much an art form as painting or sculpting, and it has a much more profound effect on your day to day life than either.
Also, I'm out of the country so I can't actually view it but I believe this link is to a relevant video: [link]
Noam Chomsky. Modern and extremely relevant. Manufacturing Consent (Google Video | Hulu) is probably a good introduction. He has a lot of great books out and even did an IAMA on reddit last year.
In an interview with Erin and Angela they mentioned that for the 2nd season Kelly refused to come back dressed like that. Ever since then they made her character more "fashionable"
The interview is on HULU Sorry for those outside the US
Beck rationalizes this unfunny bullshit with "comedy is comedy".
Video link is him and Dr. Keith Ablow on the today show.
What a couple of douche bags, pushing their self help book, all fake earnest and shit.
I keep expecting him to tell you to buy gold.
Ablow's 15 minutes are up and he is glomming on to Beck to push his self help book because no one would listen otherwise.
Beck needs to soften his image in the wake of the Arizona shootings so he gloms onto Ablow.
They are such a shitty pair of pitiful parasites.
Hey there bud we've all been there. I got your back though. I lost 20 pounds and then went through a crappy spell and gained 10 back. I wanted to punch myself in the damn face. Here's the thing: quitting won't help. What will help is redoubling your efforts. Scour every bit of everything you eat checking for carbs. If it tastes sweet at all don't eat it. Are you exercising? If not start walking a bit every night while you listen to music. Just start with 15 minutes! If you are working out make sure it's more cardio then weightlifting.(just for now) Make sure you drinking enough water. Double what you're drinking. Remember water flushes the fat out. Are you pooping? Gross I know, but I gotta ask. Get enough fiber and water to stay regular and if you're still not get some fiber con laxitives they gently do the trick for me.
THIS IS NOT THE LIFE THAT WAS MEANT FOR US. We were meant to be fit and agile like our caveman ancestors and the way to achieve this absolutely IS through keto. I believe in you and I believe in myself. Together through the power of keto we can do this! Still not convinced? Watch this. [link] Good luck and feel free to message me if you ever need any more encouragement!
It's based on a bit of build-up over a few shows prior but I'll do my best to keep this brief:
Another character in the show, Pierce (played by Chevy Chase) feels left out of the activities of the rest of the show's characters. In this episode he is in the hospital and pretends that he is dying. He uses his fake death to give everyone a "bequeathment" (to use his words) to fuck with them.
For Troy, shown here, Pierce "bequeathed" LeVar Burton in person. All Troy wanted was a signed picture, which he specifically mentioned to Pierce (they're living together out of convenience). LeVar is his idol and Troy is afraid that he will disappoint LeVar as he so eloquently explains in this scene:
Hulu (so NBC knows people are interested, the show isn't doing as well as it should)
Youtube for those that can't watch it on Hulu.
The Dresden Files, a show that aired on Sci-Fi in 2007 that was based on a some solid modern fantasy books.
Not the greatest show, but was an interesting and unique premise that was well balanced.
Spaced, season 1 episode 3 - hulu
> After accepting some cheap speed from some violently friendly Scottish blokes, Tim has spent all night fighting zombies (or, more accurately, hallucinating while playing Resident Evil 2) and Brian has an invitation to a new art show by "Vulva", his former partner and non-gender-specific-ex-chaste-heterosexual-lover... Brian's much-practiced air of indifference fails to impress Vulva, and Tim's Twiglets allergy and hallucinations of zombies leads to Vulva getting a much-deserved punch in the face.
What's not to love? Go, watch!
I had a couple of "I need to pause this because I'm laughing so hard" moments with tonight's episode:
I also had a good laugh going from "WHAT MARKET ARE YOU SHOPPING AT?!" but didn't need to pause for that one. Hehe.
I do this with most of my plants. A lot of people are putting googly eyes on their plants these days. You need to know where you stand with them at all times - the only way to know where you stand with someone is to look into their eyes.
Normally plants don't have eyes, so it's hard for me to trust them. Hence, googly eyes.
/Don't turn your back on a cactus
No, not a troll.
If you notice, you took a screen cap after "www.youtube" was typed out.
"YouPorn" wouldn't show up once you type the "t" in "YouTube" and the browser has a second to update the auto-fill.
Edit: There are even comments on the video about it.
YOUR TEETH LOOK FINE THE WAY THEY ARE.
think about what YOU want.
if you're fine with the way your teeth are now don't let your dentist (or anyone else) convince you that you need them. in addition to being mouth doctors dentists are salesmen that MAKE MONEY from convincing people that they need/should have braces.
if you think you'd be happier with different teeth then go for it and don't worry about being "the kid with braces" in college. you'll adjust and later they'll be off.
Note: i'm 25 and had the opportunity at 15 to get braces. the dentist said my teeth would end up a horrible mangled mess that poked out from my mouth if i didn't get braces. i didn't get them b/c i just didn't want all that junk in my mouth and my teeth are no worse than they were at 15.
I still trying to figure out why want can't call yourself a Christian anymore. It seems like you have a problem with the fundamentalist of each camp, not with Christianity itself.
I suggest you watch this: Lord, Save us From Your Followers
If you want to stay inside:
If you want to go outside:
Wolf 359 gets around. I will always remember it as an <em>Outer Limits</em> episode.
Jesse Schell has a word for this: Gamepocalypse.
short version: [link]
long version (well worth the watch): [link]
You should definitely watch AND catch up on Quite Interesting, generally known just as QI. It's presented by Stephen Fry, and is eleven kinds of wonderful.
Not available "legally" in the US, but…I'm sure that's not a big problem.
That Mitchell and Webb Look: [link]
Peep Show: [link]
Its not quite the same but Farley used to make EVERYONE break on camera. Throughout the Matt Foley "Van Down by the River" sketch, Spade can hardly keep it together (partially because they never rehearsed Farley falling down and breaking the coffee table, he just did that in the moment). Sandler also had a difficult time not busting out laughing any time he was on with Farley. Example
These are approximations of coarse, but yes Krieger is the tallest person in the office, at somewhere around 6' 2'' (that is how tall the staff member is who usually poses for him, who can be seen here.)
Archer is the second tallest, right around 6 foot.
Lana (with the heels that she never takes off) is slightly shorter, and is about the same height as Cyril.
Pam, Malory and Cheryl are all about the same height.
(Not all are entirely recent) but I love watching the America's Game series from NFL network, they showcase a team throughout a (winning) season. Also Greatest Games. I hope they're available in your country through Hulu, otherwise I feel like a jerk for suggesting them.
You shoud see the "Born Rich" documentary [link]. Basically a fear of not being valued as a person but being valued for your money and a fear of being taken advantage of. It's also bred in by parents who isolate their kids to prevent them from being taken advantage of.
He's asked something along the lines of: How did the Industrial Revolution change the modern novel?
His answer is this really long-winded explanation about how it relates to the story "How the Puppy Lost its Way" (I think), which was a book that he heard in his Kindergarten class earlier in the movie.
EDIT2: KNIBB HIGH FOOTBALL RULES!
Peep Show. British sitcom. Entire series is on Hulu here.
I extremely recommend it. If you've ever watched a Mitchel and Webb series, you'd understand why you should be excited.
The Mysterious Cities of Gold, which is on hulu!
The best episode
This is the worst thing that has ever happend to me seeing that, and my dad hung himself in front of me, while masturbating. If I could take one of those things back it would be seeing that awful cock.
I'd say you def. need to give college football a chance, you can find some stunningly good games, such as the 2007 Fiesta Bowl:
Hopefully one of those will work for you. It's a long game, so if you don't feel like sitting through the whole thing start at the fourth quarter.
From the great Sagan, "Extraordinary claims require extraordinary evidence."
Quote Source: "Encyclopaedia Galactica". Carl Sagan (writer/host). Cosmos. PBS. December 14, 1980. No. 12. 01:24 minutes in.
edit: Episode 12 of the Cosmos
This might be a reference to Colbert's comment when covering some HBGary stuff. ArsTechnica Article and the Colbert Clip
Here's the documentary on hulu.
Here's a free program that lets you watch a hulu video from anywhere in the world.
Oddly enough I watched the episode of scientific American with Alan Alda last night on Hulu. Showed how easy it was to make him wonder if something was his own or not(memory that is)
Good special on how the White House transformed from a home to a public building to a fortress, narrated by Morgan Freeman: National Geographic: Inside the White House (Hulu)
Words can't express how bizarre it is to find Manufacturing Consent and The Corporation available to watch in their entirety, for free (though ad-supported, obviously), on Hulu.
The flash back to Tracy's acceptance speech. He has a Native American woman who he randomly met accept the award for him because his mouth was full of Pop Tarts.
This is the best current show on T.V. I love FX for airing it, because it really isn't like much else on television, except perhaps Adult Swim. The voice actors are talented, the animation is sleek and fairly well-suited for dialog heavy scripts, and even the action isn't bad.
Archer and Lana are my favorite characters. I realize Lana is a cartoon character, but she's modeled after a real person so I'm allowed to think she's incredibly sexy (right)? The way they play off of each other is hilarious, and Lana is such a good foil for him.
Pam is my favorite supporting character. Her Rasta episode was a perfect treat for Ents. "Blob Marley!" Fucking priceless. If you go to Hulu, you can see her voice actress and the process they go through to record the script. For one scene, she stuffed her mouth with oven biscuits and spoke through them to simulate what Pam would sound like if she spoke through a mouthful of donuts. Thanks, Hulu, for giving non-T.V. subscribers a way to watch it legally (even though I admit I have been torrenting recent episodes before they are posted, I will go back and re-watch them on Hulu, I am sure).
STERLING MALORY ARCHER!
[link] Archer's Hulu page (no season 2 episodes yet, but you can watch three streaming episodes from season 1).
She loves Saddam! (~1:30)
Sorry for those who can't access Hulu. I couldn't find a non-hulu link. It's an Arrested Development clip of the I <3 Saddam poster that George Michael made for Ms. Dearly his ethics teacher. She 'loves' Saddam. George Michael has to clarify that she's merely interested in him.
There is a kid in one of my university classes now that talks incessantly. He started telling a story to the professor in the middle of an exam... He'll also get up in the middle of lecture (while the prof is still lecturing) and disrupt the class to take a picture of the notes.
It's happened in an episode before, I think it was the second one with Sodan; Arthur's Mantle. Random dial-in with scrambled radio chatter, then a few thuds on the iris, a few moments later they were able to unscramble the radio signals and find who tried to step through.
[EDIT:] Yep, it was Arthur's Mantle, about 8 minutes in.
Dwight says something weird about living in the country
Jim is shocked/surprised and looks at the camera for a couple seconds
Michael says something shocking and awkward that no actual person would ever say
Sexual tension between Pam and Jim (Before they got married and incredibly boring)
Repeat 200,000 times per episode and you have The Office
Again, not a troll.
There are even comments on the video about it.
its not gay if its a three-way
There is no such thing as too much bacon. Okay, maybe there is, but it's like 3+ packages a day. I actually cooked and ate about half a package a few hours ago.
Fat, including saturated fat, is not inherently bad for you. Actually, a lot of people say saturated fat is good for you. Have you heard of Gary Taubes? If not, do a Google/YouTube search on him. I suggest you watch Big Fat Fiasco and Fat Head by Tom Taughton, and give r/keto a look.
I counter with list of studies:
Also, the heart societies actively operate under the influence of millions of dollars. A good place to start with it is this film: [link]
The science and politics start at about 53:30 mins. I would also recommend watching the whole film. Forgive the slightly pedantic nature of the film, the info is solid.
You're basically only eating carbs and you're not eating enough fat. You're also not eating enough, period.
Check out these links:
I recently did a blog post about these things, you can look if you want - I'm not a dr or anything but I do my research: [link]
> why does it exist
> and what people watch it?
White people afraid of everything but not willing to think about anything.
And please if you don't get it through cable/broadcast, please don't torrent it, pay $3 for it HD on Amazon, or watch the SD on Hulu for free.
I liked the Pee Wee Herman bit, but I thought the Fresh Prince sketch was the highlight of the episode.
"Welcome to Earf!"
Hulu has it too, but if you're blocked on youtube, you're probably blocked there as well. Guess you'd have to torrent it if that doesn't work, or find another streaming site, if you prefer it that way. =\
You can watch the Final Act subbed, for free, on Hulu. Here.
I was in the same boat as you, and it was worth finishing, even if I ended up a little bit gay for Sesshomaru.
Food Network is on Hulu and they have bunch of streams from food.com, iirc. Most of them should be complete episodes, and the ones that aren't ought to be able to be torrented.
Iron Chef America has full episodes.
Chopped has full episodes.
Top Chef only has clips.
Firefly if you haven't already. All the episodes are available to stream on Netflix and Hulu.
Well, it was this week, so you could easily find it on Hulu... :P But I'll save you the two seconds it took to look it up. Hulu link
Clip happens at about 10:35. Both links are plagued with ads but I don't have video capture software, sorry. Best I could do.
To provide contrast, this is what Peyton Manning does when he hangs out with kids.
I really hope the Bears reward Jay's awesomeness with a shiny brand new OLine.
FIRST: GO WATCH "THE CORPORATION". PLEASE.
good luck on this one. Corporations are not going to sit back and abide by this -- the rules that give them "people" status AND "corporation" status are how they get away with so many things.
Watch the documentary "THE CORPORATION". watch it right now. NOW: make 100 copies and hand them out to people on the street on the guise that if they liked it - they need to make copies and give them away.
If everyone in america watched that movie people would become jointly horrified at what corporations can do with their "people" status, and would also become aware of the fact that the patent laws have been changed to allow for the patenting of "Life" thus allowing a company like Monsanto to legally own the DNA that makes .... a monkey, or a spore that creates HIV, or whatever.
THE CORPORATION. watch it.
Here's the whole thing on HULU: [link]
Here's the entire film in 23 chapters on YOUTUBE (uploaded by the film's creators!)
Here is the Maker's website where the offer study guides and information in PDF format
Sounds like a great night to me. Arrested Development is fantastic! Best show to ever be cancelled. If you haven't already you should check out Archer. It's a pretty funny cartoon on FX. Kinda like AD+James Bond and you will recognize some of the voices from AD.
I'm not necessarily afraid of GMOs but I am against them. There are many arguments against GMOs, but one good one is the fact that in the same way as natural plants and animals have mutations as a regular part of their lifetime as a species, so will GMOs. These plants pollinate non-gmo plants even though the biotech companies promise that it's not possible. so we see that GMO genes can evolve and can be found in wild populations.
Most of the corn grown in the US is monsanto roundup ready corn. Monsanto Roundup Ready corn has genes from a bacteria which allows it to resist the killing effect of Roundup Herbicide. Now imagine that a viral disease that would not normally effect corn but DOES affect this bacteria comes about and because of the nature of MRR corn, starts to kill off crops. Because of the monoculture created by GMO corn, this means that most of the corn in the US would die, as well as all those crops which just happened to be an accidental result of cross-pollination with GMO corn. With non GMO crops there are millions of genetic differences sometimes within just a few cornfields which make a unilateral kill-off nearly impossible.
Another more specific complaint against roundup ready plants is the amount of chemicals that are being dumped into the ground and the fact that it uses more water for the crops because the roundup is diluted in water for use.
Not only that, but the fact that the world's food supply is totally controlled by a company like Monsanto which has enough money to buy any government they want is pretty worrisome.
I'd recommend watching "the future of food" which is a documentary that you can see on Hulu. [link] I think hulu is USA only, though.
If you think that was bad you should of seen knight rider from 2008. Episode 12, KITT backs his data to a ftp server to save himself. However the the data he leaves is encrypted and the encryption key was put into some kid's xbox 360. One of the main characters goes over to the kids house posing as a gaming magazine editor. They play halo until the guy finds the encryption key inside the game (its a big red glowing ball), unplugs a usb drive he had, and saves the day.
its corny and stupid as hell. Its more evidence that NBC doesn't understand gaming.
19:30-20:00 they discover that the missing packet is in an xbox 360
about 25-26 min in you will see the orb in halo
HERE IS A LINK TO THE EPISODE ON HULU
It might be worth trying to start the series a bit of the way in then. Joel's character mellows out pretty quickly after the first few episodes. He stops chasing Britta a few episodes into the series as well. The show generally becomes less focused on Jeff and more focused on the group as a whole, as a family really. They all begin to come to terms with where they are.
A good episode to start with if you want to start after the characters have mellowed is the 8th episode, Home Economics. Further down the line is the ~~11th~~ 12th episode, Comparative Religion.
Of the ones on Hulu I think that Epidimeology (Halloween episode) and Basic Rocket Science do a good job at showing how far the characters have come.
My favorite moment in the series is when Frank and Charlie are trippin' acid. (I apologize that Hulu's the best I could find):
Roger Huerta vs Leonard Garcia.
Might be the best example of two guys who just LOVE fighting. Rounds 2 and 3 are amazing. Garcia just won't go away, and after the fight ends, they show amazing respect for each other.
Here's an example. They made about 10 commercials just like this. Always a white guy as the scary villain.
It got so bad, even SNL parodied the trend. Sorry, all I could find is this Hulu link.
It's a stage name for Stephen Colbert. He performed his song on Jimmy Fallon a couple of weeks ago. That's it, don't look any deeper into this. Trust me.
It was on NBC Nightly News with Brian Williams last night. How much more attention should it get?
any thing with or by carl sagan, or neil degasse tyson is awesomely inspirational. not exactly helpful though, carl sagans cosmos on hulu for instance, or The Symphony of Science.
One Piece was the first anime I watched that I really connected with. The beginning is a must watch for any viewer. And by "the beginning", I'm referring to everything before they hit the Grand Line, which is something around 50 episodes. I'd say start with that and then gauge whether you want to continue or not.
Here's a link if you want to watch it on Hulu (if you're in the United States), otherwise..uh..Just type One Piece episode 1 into Google and go from there.
lol I remember a low budget marijuana comedy (I believe it was by Shoemaker, i.e the "Love Master" -check that specific comedy bit out, if your a fan of absurd pick up lines its fucking hysterical-)
Anyway in the movie a marketer comes up with the idea that if they sold legalization to conservatives by claiming that weed "curbed homosexual tendencies"... actually fuck it here's a link to the movie, its up on hulu
Before the show was out and Hulu was advertising, they had this clip posted as a teaser trailer. As I was watching it, I knew that there was something special about the actors. I was super-exited for the show, but in the back of my head I thought that there was no way it could live up to clip. It did.
God, not another good British show ruined by an American adaptation...
Edit: After watching the first episode on Hulu, I have to say that it does show potential.
It seems that it only works on that video, I've tried a couple of others and cannot reproduce the same results. SNL - Jeff Bridges. I'm comparing the page source between them to see if anything stands out.
Tried for Bill Clinton, came out Phil Hartman (/melvin "He also did troy McClure; you may remember him from such films as...." (/sadtroll "but he's dead now...")
That's really impressive. Don't they film some of their scenes in Los Angeles though? The other day I found the intersection and building for outside Paddy's Pub. This is the location that was recently used in this scene here in Mac's Big Break. You can see they replaced the street signs to make it more "Philly."
How much do they film in Philly rather than LA? I find it hard to believe that they'll fly out there for each episode. But I'm pleasantly surprised that they do go to Philadelphia for a lot of locations that they don't really need to.
For those of you with Hulu Plus (in sequential order):
It's painfully retarded - I learned not to pay sticker price for a car from an episode of King of the Hill -> [link] ...shortly after buying a new truck for sticker price.
The look Oscar gave to the camera during that part was priceless. I'll see if I can find it on Hulu...
Edit: Here they are!
Gabe Denouncing God
Here's the iMacro I'm using in my Firefox:
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Buy a trench coat, fedora, learn a little about the owner of the DeLorean, and recreate the Western Union letter scene from the end of Back to the Future Part II.
I'm a proponent of paleo personally, high fat, low carb. Check out this video and skip ahead to the part where they talk about carbs and insulin and also the part of heart disease is good as well, start watching from about 1:20:00
I really enjoy Lose Yourself (Eminem) when I'm either boxing or running.
Edit: also this is relevant to the OP's song.
If you haven't watched the series, I highly recommend it. One of the best paper-to-animated series I've ever watched. It's too perfect, the voices can't get any better.
Hulu has the whole set
You should really pay attention to the glycemic index of the foods you eat. Eating high glycemic foods leads to weight gain, diabetes, hunger pains (even shortly after eating), metabolic syndrome and a host of other issues. The glycemic index is a scale from 0-100 (100 being bad, 0 being good). For reference pure table sugar has a GI of 65. A snickers bar has a GI of 55.
Rice Krispies - GI of 82
Bran Blakes - GI of 72
Special K - GI of 69
That means even when you avoid the super sweet stuff, eat "healthy" cereals and don't add sugar, you're still spiking your blood sugar and insulin faster than if you just ate a bowl of pure sugar.
If you have time, I highly HIGHLY recommend you watch Fat Head for free on hulu. It changed my life.....or more accurately, it saved my life.
As for good breakfast options, a protein shake is good if you need a quick 1 minute meal. If you have time though, my favorite is leftovers scrambled with eggs. For example, you said you had chicken and squash for dinner. So scramble up some of those leftovers with some eggs. Quick, nutritious and delicious, and the protein + fat + fiber combo will keep you full for a long time.
Get on your tummy like a penguin! Get on your tummy! ON YOUR TUMMY! DO IT ASSHOLE! ... If Mittens chose to save baby penguin based on his beliefs, and Mitten's beliefs are not under his direct control, does Mittens really have free will?
I counter with Louis C.K. on Leno. He explains that entertainers (casters) have a tremendous responsibility to entertain.
There was actually a recent Nova presentation concerning this matter called "Mind Over Money," which you can watch on Hulu if you want to check it out.
Basically there are people who are rational about economics and then there are those that use their feelings to determine their spending. Short-term gratification is favored over long-term gratification.
In one study, respondents were asked to bid on a $20 bill and the final bid was $28 -- simply because they didn't want to lose the bidding war.
It covers a lot about the 2008 market crisis and the behavioral aspects behind our economic decisions.
This is how crappy cgi can look today: [link]
Notice how the green outline is visible on some actors and how the guy who runs at the edge of the cliff is obviously jumping in place.
Just an FYI, Carl Sagan's Cosmos is available online here at hulu. It's my favorite science TV show ever, no one else does it quite like Sagan. Do watch it.
There are also a bunch of Richard Feynman's lectures available here if you have MS Silverlight or elsewhere on the interwebs if you don't. His lecture on entropy and time is a particular favorite of mine.
It's also available on Hulu.
Also of note, the entirety of his The Demon Haunted World, though still subject to copyright, is available on Google books.
Both are good to know!
Well I haven't started watching it yet (it's on my to-do list during my downtime for an upcoming business trip) but I have high hopes for Beer Nutz, where they travel to 8 north american cities to examine the craft brewing scene. It sounds intriguing but I haven't seen it so I can't say if it's good or not.
If anyone has seen this and thinks it's crap, let me know so I don't waste 8 hours of my life on it.