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Tags: Bill and Ted's Excellent Adventure, Bon Jovi, Boston Celtics, Filmdrunk, Inception, Matt Suppes, Video Vriday
Categories : The Internet, Videos
This video… this may be one of the greatest things that I have ever seen in my life. The internet has exposed a lot of everyday dudes pulling stunts of extreme bad-assery, but none are quite as awesome as this Celtics fan. I have no clue whether it was pre-planned or not, and I don’t care. All I know is that this really happened at a Celtics game, and it is damn near the greatest video I have ever witnessed.
Oh, and there’s another video after the jump, a mash-up of the trailer to Inception with Bill and Ted’s Excellent Adventure. You could say, if I may use a pun, that the video is piss-poor… wait.
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Tags: Filmdrunk, Lebowski, Matt Suppes, Pokemon, Rock M Nation, Steven Seagal, Unreality, Web Wednesday
Categories : News
[That’s right mofos, Web Wednesday has survived for 2 weeks now. That’s better than most wild kittens can say. This week doesn’t just have some awesome sites that you need to check out, but also some fabulous videos and gifs! – Suppes]
- Unreality – Unreality is a site that posts a lot of very random things, from reviews to lists, galleries of modded NES’s to galleries of above average women in cosplay, to just random videos and Photoshop pictures. The structure usually involves a few lists, some pictures/galleries, a review or two, some more random things, and then a clusterf*ck of links at the end of the work day. This hodgepodge of entertainment stuff is one of my main influences for starting this little venture, and I usually stop by every other day to soak in the glorious pop culture randomness of it all. Unreality is a kind of an underrated site, but it’s on the rise, and you should definitely check it out!
- Filmdrunk – Like movies? Like getting movie news? Like getting movie news but hate the no-nonsense presentation? Like things like MMA, corgis, and offensive jokes about everything? Then dag-nabbit, you need to start reading more Filmdrunk! Filmdrunk (Along with sister sites like Warming Glow, With Leather and Gamma Squad) is a pretty popular movie site nowadays, and it’s easy to see why. Vince Mancini not only gives you the news that you want to read, he delivers it in a goofball/ douchebag fashion that amuses me to no end. It’s pretty much become the only site I go to for anything movie-related, outside of Unreality, and the site as a whole is just all kinds of wonderful. The commenters are batshit insane and super funny (Some are even semi-famous on the internet, such as the creators of the fake Gary Busey Twitter), the articles are well-written and still newsworthy while adding some doses of college-style humor in, and it also is home to one of the most ridiculously entertaining podcasts around. And if Filmdrunk isn’t your mug of Four Loko, then try it’s uber-nerdy counterpart, Pajiba.
- Rock M Nation – Rock M Nation is one of approx. 240 sports blogs on the massive site SB Nation, and it mainly concerns all things Missouri Tigers. Rock M is incredibly informative, dedicated, and fun to read. The main writers, Bill Connelly (Not to be confused with the British comic) and Ross Taylor (RPT) are involved with Mizzou Journalism in some way, shape, or form, and post a variety of pieces on all Mizzou sports (Specifically football and basketball, of course), and they usually involve some pretty insane stats, specifically the BTBS system that (I think) Bill C. helped create. Outside of the normal sports news articles, there is an incredibly involved community of fans that post their own links, stories, and other fun things. Most importantly, Rock M manages to have a lot of fun with the site, and you can find lots of caption contests, funny posts, and photoshop memes in the mix of the site. If you aren’t a Missouri fan, then I bet you can find your favorite sports teams on its parent site, SB Nation.
[Click the jump to see my current favorite GIFs and internet videos.]
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