When I was in high school, kids thought things from the 70s were cool. They wore bell-bottoms and smoked a lot of weed. When I was in college, people thought things from the 80s were cool (yeah, I’m talking to you idiots who go to 80s dance parties). Nowadays, kids think stuff from the 90s is rad. And you know what…they are 100% right. Continue reading 90s Songs: It’s All Coming Back To Me Now – Celine Dion
Recently, I was searching the internet while watching Ron Swanson live out my dreams on Parks and Rec when I found a delectable video on YouTube of a dude (a sexy dude, at that) doing all the parts of Guile’s theme song from Street Fighter II….a capella.
Here he is, making all the ladies swoon. Continue reading Missed Memes: Guile’s Theme Song
In case you don’t care about College Football, aren’t Mormon, hate violence, or live in the wilderness for days at a time (me), then you probably haven’t seen the surveillance videos that caught two BYU football players brawling it out in a Rancheritos (aka Betos) restaurant. Continue reading “Come At Me, Bro!” The BYU Football Player Fight Breakdown
If you have been lucky enough to watch the original Gangnam Style video by South Korea’s PSY, then you might have seen the dude in the elevator doing some pelvic thrusting. Continue reading Gangnam Style Part 2: The Elevator Guy
In case you haven’t seen this yet, PSY’s Gangnam Style is the best ever… Continue reading PSY Gangnam Style
The other day on Facebook my brother posted a status that asked which player was better: Bo Jackson or Deion Sanders? At first glance I was like, “Duh, Bo is the best athlete this universe has ever seen. Better than MJ. Better than Lebron. Better than Jim Thorpe. Better than Ghandi. Better than everyone.”
But then I got to thinking and sometimes, but only sometimes, I am wrong. Continue reading The Bo Jackson and Deion Sanders Debate
So, apparently today (Sept 13) is Roald Dahl Day. I had no idea that even existed until this morning when twitter reminded me (Thank you, Twitter!). In order to honor him properly, I will be listing 5 different random things I want to write about him. Continue reading Roald Dahl Day
July 24, 1847
The United States of America has been around for 71 years, 71 years of prosperity….and greed. They had snatched up a good portion of the North American continent through shrewd business moves, taking advantage of less fortunate countries in Europe. Napoleon Bonaparte had sold a good portion of the continent to the Yankees for roughly $2 an acre to a hypocrite president, Thomas Jefferson. Continue reading Origins of Utah’s Pioneer Day: Epic Vikings vs. Mormons Battle
Heads up people. I’m going full nerd on you fools.
A lot of posts on this site are about women TV shows and sports. Now, if you are a nerdy little gamer you’re probably feeling pretty down and out because you think we have forgotten about you. Fear not! Today’s edition of Stuff I Saw on Pinterest features StarCraft II.
What’s StarCraft II?
It’s a real time strategy computer game that is huge in South Korea and pretty popular in the US. There is a really good chance that someone you are related to plays this game and plays it a lot. Anyway, shout out to my StarCraft homies.
Do you know Banksy? Banksy is a graffiti artist who happens to have a lot of political activism in his work. Nobody knows who Banksy is. Not even Banksy himself knows. He’s basically V from V for Vendetta. He’s reached idea status and, as we all know, ideas are bulletproof. Continue reading Stuff I Saw On Pinterest: Banksy
Looks like my boy Jason Heuser is up to his old tricks. His latest addition of “Ronald Reagan to the Historical Figures Doing Awesome Things” Gallery is only giving him more clout as a total boss. Continue reading Mr. Gorbachev, tear down this wall! – Ronald Reagan Rides a Raptor
This day in history….. Continue reading This Day In History
Once upon a time, in a land far, far away, I used to have my own personal blog. I still have it, but I don’t write on it anymore. Anyway. One time I wrote a blog post that quoted a Bill Simmons and Malcolm Gladwell article that they had written for Page 2 on Espn.com.
The quote says:
This is actually a question I’m obsessed with: Why don’t people work hard when it’s in their best interest to do so? Continue reading Not Failing By Not Trying
Sandusky NBC Quote
“In terms of — my relationship with so many, many young people. I would — I would guess that there are many young people who would come forward. Many more young people who would come forward and say that my methods and — and what I had done for them made a very positive impact on their life. And I didn’t go around seeking out every young person for sexual needs that I’ve helped. There are many that I didn’t have — I hardly had any contact with who I have helped in many, many ways.” –Jerry Sandusky in an interview with Bob Costas in November of 2011
Remember these New Zealanders? Continue reading Flight of the Conchords: Jenny