HAPPY PI DAY
I'm going to eat 3.14159265359 slices of pie today!
STAR TREK GIF SOUP
CONGRATS TO OLMTREEHOMESTED ON THE NEW ADDITION TO THE FAM
Props to our Director of Hospitality and his family as they welcome
a new bundle of joy into their lives!
The picture above is from a photo set we took at the Underworld concert in Vegas in August of 2009. To see more pictures from that show below, Hover
& click the arrows.
I took some but the really good quality pictures my wife took:
And since we are talking about Underworld, here is something juicy:
Here are 2 newer videos from the sampling genius that is Eclectic Method:
Shits and Grins
'Merica is weird
From our sister site, MERICA-FOR-MERICANS:
What's the best way to get 'Mericans to come to church?
Offer them free guns!
If you haven't already seen it, click this pic to watch
OBAMA BETWEEN TWO FERNS:
ENJOY SOME lulz ON US:
The past few weeks have been a saucy buffet of choice television programming.
While I usually rant against 90% of the TV shows out there,
this past week, these shows really impressed me:
Portlandia, Cosmos, True Detective and Hannibal
(Click the pics to link to the good stuff)
I personally have enjoyed Slate's reviews of this well crafted show. This is their review of the last episode "Form and Void". I agree with David Haglund more than Willa Paskin. But, I think we the audience, did over think the show and that is part of the brilliance of it.
I had my share of theories and while I got some things right, others I wasn't even close. I was really off when it came to Marty. But most of the conspiracy stuff, the entire internet got wrong.
Here are 5 theories about the Yellow King presented in a "True Crime" pulp magazine kind of format.
Click this to check out the True Detective reddit board.
I am really enjoying this fourth season of Portlandia. Episode two was a real gem and the Hip Hop schooling will become of the show's classic moments. No Fred, the Sugarhill Gang were not really a Gang. Also the Oliva Wilde guest appearance was funny and a pretty accurate representation of the modern "left" protest tactics.
I was really excited to see Neil deGrasse Tyson pick up where Carl Sagan left off with Cosmos. The first episode was awesome although toned down from normal intensity level of NDT. Still, I loved it and I am glad to see science and space exploration presented in an intelligent manner on Prime Time TV.