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At 8:38pm on January 10, 2015, KariGrant said…

Thanks, Ian. Happy New Year to you, too!!!

At 7:42pm on January 8, 2015, MacSpruce said…

Thanks, Ian. Lovely song (and lovely performer!). 

Can't take credit for the YoDawg thing beyond stumbling across it on Google images, but I wanted to express solidarity with Charlie Hebdo and support the right of humorists everywhere to "take the piss out" (as my Brit friends put it). 

At 8:38am on December 14, 2014, theDIRTYmidget.© said…

Thanks to MacSpruce for The Inspiration !!!
Fucking brilliant !!!!!

At 3:32pm on December 5, 2014, KariGrant said…
Thanks, Ian!!! <3
At 10:59am on November 25, 2014, VomitFlop said…

Love the Back To The Future reference! Brilliant!

At 11:44am on November 10, 2014, Rotwang said…

Ok I did it in that field you sent, but- where did it go?  It's not on my wall....

At 9:53am on November 7, 2014, Rotwang said…

Hey videos don't show up on our walls in the column anymore. How do I post a video to the homepage or my wall?

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At 5:17pm on October 31, 2014, theDIRTYmidget.© said…

Sorry I havent gotten back to you yet.
Soon come, Mon, soon come.

(All the new stuff looks great I tweaked my page a little.)  

At 5:24pm on October 21, 2014, Ian Renga said…
At 11:29pm on October 4, 2014, LizzyQ said…

no worries... we'll just have to see what happens.  It's always an evolving process...

At 2:43am on October 1, 2014, LizzyQ said…

It's October again... so I was wondering... "Monster Mash?"  We never did finish up last year's story... that was a fun one.  We could keep it going; or start fresh again this year... Interested? 

At 10:13pm on September 30, 2014, Frodoh said…

"...logistics of trading stock."  Ha!

At 9:30am on September 20, 2014, Frodoh said…

                                       I totally see it!

At 11:13pm on September 16, 2014, Frodoh said…

Appreciate it, Ian.  The trickiest part was finding sack-worth movie figures with their backs to the camera!

At 12:57pm on September 9, 2014, Frodoh said…

Gracias, Ian!  (Can you guess who just got actual  Photoshop for the first time?!)

At 6:14pm on August 31, 2014, Rotwang said…

Hahahaaah! In a way I feel good that someone even bothered to spam CW! You've made it to the big time! haha

At 11:12pm on August 25, 2014, Frodoh said…

Thanks, Ian!  A bit uneven but best I could do in the time available.  It was you who me hooked on GIFs, you know!

At 9:16pm on August 22, 2014, MacSpruce said…

Awesome profile page makeover! 

At 11:28pm on August 20, 2014, MacSpruce said…

Sorry, I neglected to thank you for the video links. I too was a big fan of The Undersea World of JC but didn't live in a place where I could follow through on it. Now, as we teeter on the verge of the sixth mass extinction, we could do a lot worse than to live by the credo, "What would Jacques do?". 



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Posted on August 5, 2014 at 12:00am — 8 Comments

How to Drive Two Cars at the Same Time

I was watching In the Heat of the Night(1967) and heard Virgil say that Sam couldn't have driven two cars at the same time.

As Rod Steiger pondered this rarely-contested fact for a moment it dawned on me.   It is quite easy to drive two cars at the same time as long as you have about 30 feet of PVC pipe, 100 ft of 8 gauge steel wound wire and one roll of Gorilla Tape.  For ease of control the wires on the driver's end would be attached to a couple of hard-rubber handles controlling steering, gas & brakes:

WARNING:  Do not attempt this on the open road.  However, if you happen to live in the middle of Australia go ahead and have fun.  And, just like with remote control helicopters it's best to start out with inexpensive vehicles until you dial in the controls.

Posted on January 20, 2014 at 5:00pm — 1 Comment

Lindsay Lohan Hires Herbie

In the wake of today's collision, sources close to sources close to sources close to the Lohan camp revealed that her handlers have contacted the Special Effects Department at Disney in an effort to secure several of the 'Herbie' Volkswagens that were featured in  Herbie Fully Loaded (2005).


One of the heavily-reinforced cars is equipped with ground-breaking accident avoidance technology that was first used on the Mars Rover ten years ago.  Both cars will also feature Google's new Blind Driving Computer.  "All the cars have a limiter at 210 mph," Herbie's handlers said, "otherwise they could lose control.  But they're death-proof up to 400 mph.  So we're confident she'll be alright."  Google could not be reached for comment. 

Posted on June 8, 2012 at 8:00pm — 7 Comments

We Might Be Stuffing

   Considering the hundreds of eyewitness accounts in South America of a giant flightless bird and the fact that much of that country has yet to be explored with modern surveillance equipment it is practical to assume that there are still birds out there that could bite our head off.  When we sit down and eat our bird this coming Thursday it's important to realize just why it tastes so good.  When the hunted finally get to eat the hunter there is a sublime molecular response, a sense of total gratification.   Thousands of generations were afraid to go outside without their dogs nearby.  Some even had panthers and tigers to protect them from becoming Diatryma feed, though that elitist method would backfire from time to time for obvious reasons.  

   Today when we give our cats and dogs the giblets and the dark meat we're actually thanking them for thousands of years of protection.  We pay them tributes just like in the Godfather.  So Thanksgiving is a day of thanks on many levels, besides the obvious ones, which include being thankful for Law & Order on TNT and the Snuggie®.

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