Friday, September 30, 2011

US Soccer's New Hope: German Black Guy Movement


U.S. Men's Soccer is trying everything to elevate their program so they can realistically compete for a World Cup in the future.

They've hired former German star Jurgen Klinsmann as head coach and are over hauling their development but their most promising initiative may be entirely unintentional: African-American servicemen based in Germany.

These men may have single-handedly created the next generation of American soccer players.

They're seemingly getting German women pregnant at a rate comparable to NBA players.

Friday, September 23, 2011

Sesame Street Glee Parody "G"




Another great Sesame Street  parody as this time they do "Glee."  Except they call it "G" because it's centered around learning the letter "G."

They really nail it with characters Mr. Gooschuester, their version of Mr. Schuester, the Rachel Berry Muppet and the Sue Muppet.

But I especially like the last time on "G" beginning where they mention that the G club got a goat to play guitar and the goose gobbling because it's just as ridiculous than some of the stuff that actually happens on "Glee."

Friday, September 16, 2011

Sydney gets hit by car on Melrose Place



Sydney getting hit by a car is one of the greatest TV moments even if you've never seen "Melrose Place" before (skip ahead to 50 sec for the good part).

Think about it.  How many times do you really get to see someone in a wedding dress get hit by a car on TV?

It's the perfect storm of a ridiculous scene with special effects that are laughably bad and tons of poor acting to go with it.

Friday, September 9, 2011

WhoNu Chocolate Sandwich Cookies, an Oreo Rip Off



WhoNu chocolate sandwich cookies are yet another feeble attempt to make imitation Oreo cookies.

A lot of people think of the Hydrox cookie as a common knock off of the Oreo cookie like WhoNu, but the Hydrox cookie actually came before the Oreo.

When will people learn there can only be one Oreo cookie and nobody wants an inferior version?

Friday, September 2, 2011

Ain't No Thing but an Offensive T-Shirt


I can't believe that someone would actually sell this t-shirt nevermind wear it.  It "ain't no thang" but a minstrel show on that t-shirt.

The type of person who made/owns this t-shirt must use the phase "I'm not racist but..." a lot,  and we've already seen how well that works out.

Of course that means their justification for wearing it would probably be "I'm not racist but I really like this t-shirt."