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It's Dr. Hunter S. Thompson's 74th birthday.

July 18th, 2011 by
Duck Hunter S. Thompson by Tim Tomkinson

Hunt on, Doctor. Hunt on.

Comforting Static In The Channel

June 6th, 2011 by


Familiar? Somehow comforting? Yes.

Comforting like an old shirt.

This tangent leads to this:

Jawbox playing "Static" live, 1992-02-15 in Houston, TX.

And back to this:

Anamanaguchi playing "Airbrushed" live.

Synopsis: Distortion is not a bad thing.

(Image via the band Anamanaguchi's blog. Jawbox live video via YouTube user thedesiresymposium. Anamanaguchi video via YouTube user kozue255.)

Stop that.

January 13th, 2011 by

Stop that.

No. Stop that.

Get away from me.

(Via GamOvr.)

"Can you identify the offending party in this video?"

August 21st, 2010 by

Guile's mistake.

Oh, Guile. How did it come to this?

(For the U.S. Army's Steve.)

Street Fighter 2 vs. 8-bit

June 16th, 2010 by


Your favorite Street Fighter II combatants rendered in Mario-ish  8-bit form.

(Picture via GamOvr. This one's for Drew.)

Mortal Kombat vs. Rock Band vs. Your Mind

June 7th, 2010 by

So, this happened -- for real -- at least once.

Sub-Zero, Reptile, Scorpion and Smoke rocking out.

Sub-Zero, Reptile, Scorpion and Smoke rocking out.

Who knew that Reptile had such a fine singing voice?

(Picture via GamOvr.)

Adorable cacodemon is surprisingly adorable

June 3rd, 2010 by

Awww, an adorable cacodemon!

Adorable cacodemon is adorable.

And if you've played any iteration of the video game Doom, you know that this li'l guy means what he says.

(Picture via GamOvr via deviantart/ultravioletbat.)

Judgement Day destroy all as Violin Hero's final boss

May 29th, 2010 by

Judgement Day play metal music for violin, cello, and drums. Yes, "string metal." They are awesome.

Here is the Bay Area trio performing their song "Cobra Strike" from their album Peacocks / Pink Monsters as the final level of Violin Hero. Enjoy.

Inky Knows What You Like. Inky Is Waiting For You.

May 22nd, 2010 by

Inky is setting a trap.

Inspired by the 30th anniversary of Pac-Man, here is a picture that illustrates a truism.

Perhaps what came across as "bashfulness" is instead emblematic of the ice-blue guy merely knowing when to pick the right opportunities.

In any case, go play the Javascript version of Pac-Man on Google's front page right now before they swap their logo to whatever the next excellent yet-possibly-obscure remembrance is.

This one was inspired by that one girl with the shirt and the lulz.

(Via LJ/randompictures via allah sulu.)