Friday, April 29, 2011

Beyonce's Convincing Argument to Make Kids Exercise and Eat Healthy

As part of Michelle Obama's Let's Move initiative to encourage kids to exercise and eat healthy, Beyonce turns a school cafeteria into a dance party.

Nothing this cool ever happened in my high school cafeteria.  All we had were fights and people yelling "ooooooh."

But the real star of this video is the chubby kid who starts off clapping and then dances in the front with Beyonce.

He's about a second from getting beat up before Beyonce runs out.  I bet this video saved him from getting diabetes, becoming Big Pun, or even worse Mini Daddy.

Friday, April 22, 2011

Charlie Sheen and his Character in Ferris Bueller's Day Off

I think we're all tired of Charlie Sheen's nonsense at this point, but I was watching "Ferris Bueller's Day Off"and noticed how similar Sheen is to his character in the film.

It's crazy how much alike they are. Watch the clip above and you'll see what I mean.

He's talking about being there for the drugs, and acting like he's some guru life coach when he's really just a burnout.

Friday, April 15, 2011

Neil Young Really Needs a Maid

We all don't like to clean and would prefer to have someone else do it, but Neil Young took it to another level.  He wrote a whole song about it.

He could have just put an ad in the paper like a normal person.  

But Young must really want one because I've never seen somebody sing so passionately about needing someone to clean their house. 

I suspect the song is based on the 1833 original "A Man Needs a Slave."

Friday, April 8, 2011

Superman II Not as Good as I Remembered

I really wish I hadn't watched "Superman II" last weekend.  To my dismay, it turned out to be another one of the movies that seemed a lot better as a kid.

I remember loving Superman II although that's apparently because I blocked out everything, but the awesome last 30 minutes, which is full of people getting thrown into Coke signs and Marlboro cigarette  trucks.

The previous hour is boring and slow so that's why I probably forgot about it.