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a co-post mish-mash riff-raff.

qualler and i are here on the couch after a riveting installment of HEROES saying, "you gonna blog tonight?" "i dunno, are you?" and then it hit us. why don't we post together RIGHT NOW?!?!?!?! so qualler came up with the brilliant idea of "riffing on stuff for 4 sentences and then passing the computer" and i added the caveat "until we get bored."

qualler:
Ever watched KARE-11 news in Minneapolis and seen that Mike Pomeranz douchebag? Do you want to punch his perfectly-chisled jaw and mess up his meticulously styled brown hair? He and Sven Sundgaard can go to hell. Yeah, they both have Wikipedia entries. Maybe I'll watch them when The Blogulator has its own Wikipedia entry...(anybody want to start it for us?)

chris:
saw BABEL this weekend. there's lots of idiots comparing it to CRASH because it has "interweaving plotlines." i don't even want to figure out where to begin complaining about that. but something i almost hate more is jerkwads who think filmmakers should a) read user reviews of their movies, b) think filmmakers are jerks if they do not read user reviews of their movies, and c) complain about everyone liking a movie when it has a metacritic composite score of 69. regardless, babel is genius. it's like bill murray looking sad, it becomes trite and i still love it! even more genius when i go back and remind myself (through wikipedia) of what the tower of babel story actually is.

qualler:
C'mon, who doesn't love Frasier? Clearly the king of all 90s sitcoms. Frasier's freakin' on a cricket in his apartment!

chris:
what's funnier than someone getting punched in the face? the one cheerleader punched the other cheerleader in the face on heroes and i busted a gut! and it reminded me of when franco punches sean on rescue me. that was a hoot! got any other great punch-in-the-face moments in pop culture? i'm sure there's tons of them, because it's NEVER a bad idea to film a scene of someone punching someone else in the face. especially when they don't know it's comin'!!!!

qualler:
What's a bigger publicity stunt -- Kramer spewin' racial epitephs? Or O.J. Simpson hypothetically writing a book and interview about how he hypothetically killed his wife and her friend? Man, publicity rocks. Speaking of Tha Juice, where were you when you found out they found him not guilty? I was in 7th grade band, sitting in the back thinking about how I awkwardly resembled the little kid from A Christmas Story. Did I mention yet how angry I am about Christmas decorations being out before Thanksgiving? Not as angry as I am about Mike Pomeranz! (Full circle.)

chris:
i was coming out of 7th grade lunch and some kid called his mom using the pay phone to find out what the verdict was. and then i thought, "oh good, that 'free o.j.' sign i saw on the freeway bridge wasn't actually an advertisement for free orange juice that i missed out on." i listened to the entire lady sovereign cd this weekend on the road and i'm pretty sure my bass has never thumped that loud before. because i traditionally listen to indie rock, you see. i really enjoy how she always says "make way for the s-o-v" like she's the biggest midget in the game. quite humorous. and i dance.

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