Cole Gamble is a Portland writer whose reports on the crimes of Willy Wonka, man-eating beds and tales from his cringe-worthy life appear on Cracked,…
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remember when a big budgeted blockbuster could carry an "R" rating, so triple boobs, violence and "Yippee ki-yay mother fucker"s didn't go sacrificed. Now every movie is a kids movie.
- That woman does not have a fat neck; she has a benign growth filled with delicious turducken.
- I like Go-Go juice too, but I call mine vodka.
- I think "couponer" became a viable career choice after they created a whole damn reality show about Extreme Couponing (what's the name if the show? "Maximum Couponing"? Yeah, that must be it)..
Apparently Mr. Darm isn't winning at the Internet.
Hey, I played the "uncool" guy at the top of this episode. I can tell you nothing is scripted. They didn't even tell me what I was doing until I showed up on set and even then they only explained the bit scene by scene. Don't know if that informs your opinion of the show.
bad week for Cleveland. I know that's a tall statement.
Wow, John Ritter got the most decisive win. A fitting tribute, I think.
Gotta check out Zubko's interview with the kid who inspired the Batman Vs. Shark poster. Here's brilliant exchange:
Q: What do you think Batman is thinking while he’s fighting the shark?
Asher: He is thinking that he is wishing the shark would be dead. Batman is also thinking about his dead parents while he is fighting the shark. He would think about his parents because….uhhh let me think in my head, just give me time….uhhhh. He is thinking about killing the criminal that killed his parents.
Q: How would you make this painting better?
Asher: You could put Joker right on top of the sharks nose with a sword and his mom and dads heads in Jokers hands.
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