From top-center going clockwise. Daria Morgendorffer, Susan and Mary Test, Velma Dinkley, Dexter, Edd, Nigel Uno, and Jimmy Neutron. My question is, where's Lisa? There needs to be a Lisa Foiles cartoon. I mean, who WOULDN'T watch that? AMIRITE?!? She could be one of those cartoon characters with the huge eyes, like an anime girl, or Rapunzel from Tangled. I mean, it makes sense. Lisa's got some freakishly big eyes. inb4sheseeswhatididhere.... too late.
Let me start by saying, DO NOT have any expectations that this week's round-up is going to even come close to comparing with last week's. I will disappoint you right now and say that it isn't. This week is a fresh start with awesome levels at "normal". With that said, let us proceed.
If you've ever been a kid, you know that breaking a limb or two comes with the package, at least for most of us. I, myself, broke my upper left arm when I was about 3 years old. In 5th grade I fractured my left wrist. Two weeks later, I fell, popping it out of place, and fracturing it again in the same spot. Fortunately I'm right handed, and this didn't effect me when it came to writing and all that good stuff. MY POINT IS... studies prove that if you break your dominant limb, your brain starts to rewire itself, literally. One side of your brain goes anorexic while the other side starts doing squat thrusts, but don't take my word for it. [geekosystem]
It's almost been a month since the Doctor Who Christmas special. Sadly we're going to have to wait until the fall for season 7 to begin, but fret not! There have been hints that season 7 might go on a bit longer than the traditional 14 episodes of the past. [blastr]
I ABSOLUTELY LOVE FRINGE, almost as much as I love Doctor Who. Actually... I like them about the same. Too much talk of "awesome" in one sentence, let me move on. This season of Fringe has taken an odd turn, placing
Pacey Peter into an alternate timeline that is not his own. A lot of fans are disappoint, thinking the writers are taking them on a lulzy ride for no reason. Turns out, there's good reason for this particular storyline arc, with promises of a big payoff. [blastr]
We all love our favorite movie/cartoon/comic characters. We love to see them always taking down the "big bad", even when it gets repetitive. Basically different storyline, same story, but we still love it, however, did you ever stop to think about how the characters feel about this? Here are some characters that should be fed up by now. [ugo]
Speaking of fed up characters, let's watch a video of those characters singing Lionel Richie's song, "Hello". [geekosystem]
So DC changed their logo... again. Read the article, then give me your thoughts. [fastcocreate]
Photo by: Scott Beale / Laughing Squid
Here's a video of a whole bunch of animals playing with touch screens. Enjoy! [youtube]
Have you ever watched Minority Report and thought to yourself how cool it would be to be able to have a glass screen user interface like they did? WELL THINK NO MORE! Now you can, and without those lame glowy finger modules. [youtube]
IT'S A CLONE! IT'S A SOLDIER! NO! IT'S A 6-FOOT TALL STORM TROOPER MADE OUT OF CAKE AND RICE KRISPIE TREATS! [oakleafcakes]
Here's a video of dogs barking the Imperial March. It's a teaser for a new Super Bowl ad by Volkswagon. Honestly, getting all those dogs to sit there, and strategically getting them all to bark in the correct order, in order to create the song, must have been rough. . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .. . . .. .. ... ...... ... . . . .. .. . . .. .. . [geekologie]
And finally, I'm posting this specifically for Lisa, because I know how much she loves violence, especially of the face-punching variety. Here's a top 20 list of TV's most punchable faces. [warmingglow]
Your face after realizing I was correct in saying this week wasn't even going to come close to comparing to last week.