Wednesday, August 15, 2012

Sponsor Pimpery Of The Day

I don't do this often but it's a necessary evil on a blog with almost no ads. Thanks for reading.

On September 18, Indiana Jones finally comes to Blu-ray in Indiana Jones: The Complete Adventures. This five-disc set includes all three original films, including Raiders of the Lost Ark, which was completely restored from a 4K scan of the original negatives, and remastered versions of Indiana Jones and the Temple of Doom and Indiana Jones and the Last Crusade, all in 1080p with new 5.1 DTS-HD Master Audio soundtracks.

Special features include:

- Detailed introductions to each film by George Lucas and Steven Spielberg
- "Creepy Crawlies," a mini-doc about the thousands of snakes, bugs, rats and other scary critters that populate the trilogy
- "Travels with Indy," a look at some of the films’ cool locations
- "Indy’s Women," an American Film Institute tribute with leading ladies Karen Allen, Kate Capshaw, and Alison Doody discussing their characters
- "Indy’s Friends and Enemies," a look at the films’ various villains and sidekicks
- Storyboards
- Photo galleries

Pre-order below to support LOTD. Available on Blu-Ray or DVD.



Food On My Dog (Of The Day)

This is Tiger and she's a good sport. Her owner assures us that she gets to eat nearly everything she holds on her head. If it's something bad for her, like a donut, she gets a treat instead.

From this site. Thanks, Bianca Deacon, for the link.

See more at Food On My Dog.

News: Family Pet Eating Like Country Isn't In Goddamn Recession

From The Onion.

Family Pet Eating Like Country Isn't In Goddamn Recession

RICHMOND, IN—Apparently heedless of the dismal fiscal climate, local dog Digby is wolfing down kibble as though the United States isn't limping its way through a goddamn economic crisis, the pet's owners confirmed Thursday.

According to reports, the 5-year-old labrador appears callously unswayed by the constant stream of gloomy market forecasts and instead demands greater and greater supplies of dog food, to the point where he must think the Dow Jones industrial average is soaring through the fucking roof or something.

"We buy a huge bag of food at the Safeway every week, and Digby just gobbles it up and comes back for more, as if we're still living in the boom years of the late '90s," said the dog's owner, Lewis Chambers, complaining of the household pet's ravenous, fiscally irresponsible eating. 

"How anyone could be so gluttonous while we're seeing some of the worst economic indicators in generations is beyond me, but Digby just doesn't seem to care. Hell, he won't even eat regular dry food now unless the canned stuff is mixed in with it."

Attempts to understand the pet's colossal appetite and fiscal obliviousness have yielded few explanations. Says small animal veterinarian Dr. Janet Gardner, "Quite frankly, his behavior is abhorrent," said Gardner, who emphasized that Digby does nothing to provide for the Chambers family, subsisting entirely on free handouts. 

"This asshole's chowing down like he's in a pie-eating contest. Meanwhile, the nation's credit rating has been downgraded for the first time in history, and everyone's fucking job is moving overseas."

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Sh*t My Kids Ruined (Of The Day)

These are funny because they are just too real. Children are so precious -- bless their destructive little hearts. (I'll spare you the photos of what my kids ruined: my waist, my boobs, and my tenuous grasp on sanity.) There are many more examples here. -- RichGirlRed

Tyler knew there was candy in his mom's bathroom somewhere, and he would find it.

White laptop + kid + Sharpie = Xanax with a bourbon chaser

I was actually relieved to discover this was peanut butter.

The photo that started it all. One quart of black paint on an oriental rug.

Mr. Potato Head is SO toasted. Literally. In the gas fireplace.

Celebrities aren't exempt. John Legend's nephew ruined his Grammy.

Obviously, soft skin is a priority for this chap.

ZuZu Pets made terrible combs. Her hair got wound up in the wheels and had to be cut off.

Teenage driver, wrong pedal. Oops.

"I sent my 4 year old son out to get in the car while I was wrestling my newborn into his car seat all the while forgetting that I had locked all the doors. Who knew that he was so strong and so determined and so hell bent on destroying the newly PAID OFF car."

What have your kids ruined?


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