keyboard cat

Battleship - the Disappointment

I'm disappointed that Battleship was made into a movie and Joseph Heller wasn't brought back from the dead to write the script.

"E6 is a miss. Awaiting orders."

"Launch missiles at B6. We're bound to hit their aircraft carrier eventually."

"...we hit a civilian fishing boat, sir."

"How many missiles does it take to sink one of those?"

"But sir, it's a civilian fishing boat, sir!"

"But how many missiles does it take?"

"Just one, sir. We sunk it."

"Excellent! Fire at F2."
minotaur

Moth wants YOU to vote RIGHT NOW

Sweet, I got +18ed on YouTube:

http://www.youtube.com/comment?lc=m9yKVf4ZzvogQUB7Xni8D5wGICL8ktRThOpIZK7-7ys

Look, I don't think I've ever done this before, but... I'm asking LJ for a favor. Please don't let it stop there. I want to be in the top two. I really hate the #1 comment - "This is every mans anthem! Thumbs up if you think so to." - I want it downvoted out of the top two while we're at it.

DO IT TO MAKE THE WORLD BETTER FOR ATTRACTIVE WOMEN or something.
keyboard cat

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Ok, this one's a little better. This has also been going around the internet.



This is why ages 15-25 or something like that are pretty bad. I actually didn't spend any time there, really, because I was more of an acquaintance zone kinda shlong. But the state of mind is close enough that I can get the idea.

The video is more good advice than bad, but there's too much* emphasis on how "exiting the friend zone" in one of two healthy ways could potentially lead to eventually hooking up. While this is sort of true in some cases, attempting to string it all together like that is sort of about the same thing as lapsing back into "friend zone" behavior in the first place.

* - Any emphasis whatsoever is too much. It still could have been brought up maybe, but only with a mega disclaimer that actually building a strategy out of a hypothetical like that is, like, super-duper mega backfire territory.
moth

For the record - Pre-Diablo 3 edition

I think Tyrael is going to turn out to be a traitor.

In Diablo 2, basically he acted all high-and-mighty, but mostly shlonged around and showed up to everything just barely late enough to not do anything useful. Then he's all like, "oh look, I have to destroy the Worldstone, can't save it, nope, sorry. But it's for your own good!" And Mala is all like, "Oh, well, if Tyrael says so, then it must be the case; he's Tyrael, after all, you know."

Yeah right. I'm not turning my back on that fucker at all ever when that game comes out.

UNRELATED: So, how's LJ doing? I don't really do LJ much lately, do I?