I think I linked to one of these sample citizenship tests before — maybe even this one, but I’m too lazy to search for it. I scored a 90%, and it really should have been a 95%. What the heck does knowing which INS form is used to apply to become a naturalized citizen have [...]
Monthly Archive for June, 2006
I was a little sad to see Kevin Smith returning to his Jersey Trilogy universe. It seems like that story has more than run its course now, but other people seem to be excited, so whatever. I wish him luck with it. Despite my low level of interest, I have to say that doing a [...]
OK, this kid has some moves for sure, but I don’t think he’s playing DDR right. He’s never going to get high score that way.
I’d never even heard of the show, It’s Always Sunny in Philadelphia. Judging from the dates, it looks like it’s been on for a year or two. I don’t know how I could have missed it. Anyway, I saw an ad or something and told the TiVo to record an episode. It was pretty good. [...]
Animator vs. Animation is clever. A character that is being created in Flash starts fighting back against the program interface. It’s like a modern day version of that cartoon where Bugs Bunny is drawing and tormenting Daffy Duck.
Long Awkward Pose is much funnier than I would have expected. Tell somebody you are going to take their picture, then secretly record video of them while they’re standing there posing. Sounds dumb, but it really is funny for some reason.
You have to hear this guy who imitates various artists like the Beach Boys or Frank Sinatra covering Pixies tracks the way those artists might have done them. So much potential for horror, and yet, they are surprisingly good and compelling versions of the songs.