Wednesday, March 10, 2010

Howard Stern making girls self conscious about their weights for years to come

Oprah to the rescue!!
I am always entertained by Howard Stern, but he's gone too far. How can he make fun of a young girl and call her a large planet?!

Monday, March 1, 2010

Insane tricks on the Eye

The Huffington Post put up some pretty sweet images of sidewalk art.
Take a look:

Wednesday, February 17, 2010

Wednesday, February 10, 2010

Childhood Classics turn Horrific

So the generation before ours had Rhol Dahl's classic, Charlie and the Chocolate Factory. Then we had Gene Wilder and his gentle blue eyes grace ours and our parent's generation with Willie Wonka and the Chocolate Factory. Yay childhood memories.

Uh Oh. Tim Burton comes along and casts, what a surprise, his pet: AKA Johnny Depp in Charlie and the Chocolate Factory. Depp looked so terrifying as Willie Wonka that my little cousins are scared of this new version. Yay, childhood nightmares.

Oh, and now it gets WORSE. Our gracious Alice in Wonderland, Lewis Caroll's story, is being taken to a whole new horror. Disney had it perfectly balanced, to shock and amaze children with this story. Oh, but Tim Burton, why are you further ruining my childhood stories and memories for our newer generation of young viewers? (I know this is not aimed for a child audience, but this is how Alice In Wonderland will be re- instated in our minds) AGHHH Johnny Depp is absolutely horrifying! I saw this ad on a bus stop in Manhattan, and really wanted to take it down. Does Depp know just how rediculous he looks?! Yay childhood night terrors.

So What's Oprah Up To? <=click and watch
So this commercial came on in the middle of my South Park enjoyment. I laughed alot. I really thought it was a joke when I saw Oprah's face floating on a black screen-OR I thought the commercial was going to be about woman's rights, people, disease, any tipical Oprah topic. No. It's about using your cell phone while driving. Really Oprah?? I know this is your last season on your show, but I don't want to pledge on your "No Phone Zone". I feel like I'm in middle school health class writing my name on a no smoking pledge.
I did later research online her stance, and this website showed me how serious she is: