Sunday, January 31, 2010

The Death of MySpace

I have one buddy who refuses to leave... so I go to visit him like every couple months. Is it almost like having a friend who has money, but still lives in the ghetto? LOL!


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Saturday, January 30, 2010

Frank Sinatra's Welcome Home Party for Elvis Presley

Two titans of the entertainment industry, Francis Albert Sinatra and Elvis Presley, put their differences aside for this classic television performance. Let us travel back in time and enjoy this black & white video in the embedded player below:

Friday, January 29, 2010

What Canada Told American Kids in the 60's

The USA wasn’t the only country sending it’s entertainment around the world. Our neighbors in the Great White North produced a little show called The Friendly Giant that was broadcast in choice markets. If you remember looking up... way up... every day after school, this will bring back memories.

Thursday, January 28, 2010

He Forgot Obama was Black

Chris Matthews was so impressed by President Obama that he forgot that the President was an African-American. Huh? Check out the video clip below:

Then, on Rachel Maddow’s MSNBC program, Matthews explained what he meant. And, a lot of people prolly began to feel a bit better about what he had originally said. See it for yourself:

But then again... there are those who will say, “That’s one of those things that makes me go, Hmmmm...

This almost put me off bacon. Almost...

Eggs, bacon, toast and the fixings. This breakfast came alive and did a funky dance across the kitchen table. Or was it a kitschen table?

Check out this Gastronomical Terpsichore in the video unit below:

Wednesday, January 27, 2010

The OTHER Apple iPad

Leave it to the folks at MAD TV to make a monumentous technology announcement an absolutely cringeworthy experience. Check out the video below:

Remember that thing called Terrorism? Remember that beverage called Budweiser?

How this one slipped under the radar... I don’t know. But one thing for sure... the last thing it makes me think about is buying a beer...

Tuesday, January 26, 2010

Wondering Why This Commercial Was Banned?

If anything... it makes me want to go to KFC and try whatever this new product is that they are advertising. What's the problem? Take a peek at the video below and let us know your thoughts.

Sunday, January 24, 2010

Tarte Barely There Lips at Hayden-Harnett


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Saturday, January 23, 2010

Chinese Jello?

Here is a politically incorrect television commercials from roughly a half-century ago for a product that there is always room for.

Friday, January 22, 2010

Alterna Caviar Extreme Wax

Thursday, January 21, 2010

Julie Haus: Behind the Scenes at the SS10 Show

Tuesday, January 19, 2010

Pass the Dutchie

I remember visiting an aunt before heading to the airport to leave the United States for Europe. This music video was playing on her television. Everyone was scratching their head wondering exactly what these kids were saying. Anyway, I reckon they are all fully grown adults now. Funny the things you remember...

Thursday, January 14, 2010

R.I.P. Teddy Pendergrass

He was the soulful baritone who got women so excited, they would go into a frenzy. Reportedly women threw undergarments, keys, and other personal items onto the stage when he performed.

Philadelphia’s own Theodore DeReese "Teddy" Pendergrass, Sr. has exited the planet at the age of 59.

He started out as drummer for The Cadillacs. When that group later merged with the soul band “Harold Melvin and the Blue Notes,” Teddy’s true talents as a vocalist emerged.

If you never experienced the sound of Philadelphia (TSOP) from this band... here is a sample featuring Teddy:

He later went on to meteoric success as a soloist. Many felt that Teddy was on the verge of major crossover success. As you can see in the video below, he had women of all demographics watching him, completely mesmerized:

In 1982, a tragic automobile accident left him paralyzed from the waist down. That didn’t stop Teddy from performing, and he kept working up until his retirement in 2006... but reportedly remained active fund raising for charity and other pursuits.

More on the life of this great musician at Variety and  The Wall Street Journal.

Wednesday, January 13, 2010

R.I.P. Jay Reatard

See The Hollywood Reporter for the full story.

Bedrock Twitch!

Cow belly, pot of beans
Tie a rope around your jeans
Tell your ma not to wait
You ain't getting home till late
yeah yeah yeah yeah yeah yeah yeah yeah
We're gonna Twitch!

Theres a town I know where the hipsters go called Bedrock
Twitch! Twitch!
When you get an itch to do the Twitch in Bedrock
Twitch! Twitch!
'Cause the twitch is fine, have yourself a time in Bedrock
Twitch! Twitch!

Well, we'll twitch around the clock tonight in Bedrock
Twitch! Twitch!
And Rock is gonna roll with all his might in Bedrock
Twitch! Twitch!
It's a swingin town, so I'll see ya down in Bedrock
Twitch! Twitch!
Yeah Yeah!

Well, we'll twitch around the clock tonight in Bedrock
Twitch! Twitch!
And Rock is gonna roll with all his might in Bedrock
Twitch! Twitch!
It's a swingin town, so I'll see ya down in Bedrock
Twitch! Twitch!

Sunday, January 10, 2010

Clean Your Face With Radioactivity

Yep... in the duck and cover 1950’s, they nuked a model’s face in order to show how well their cold cream works. Yikes! Check out this television commercial from a half-century ago.

Saturday, January 9, 2010

R.I.P. Art Clokey

Detroit native Art Clokey, the creator of the venerable stop-motion animated character Gumby, has exited the planet.

Clokey originally created Gumby as a feature of the 1950’s Howdy Doody Show and eventually spun him off into a TV dynasty.

However, it wasn’t until Eddie Murphy created his version of Gumby on Saturday Night Live that Art Clokey actually started making money off of his creation... that was 40 years later!

Later, Clokey was hired by the Lutheran Church to create a show with a moral message.  The Davey and Goliath show was born.

Clokey was 88.  You can read more about this great animator in The Hollywood Reporter.  He will be missed... but his legacy will live on!

Mountain Doo Doo ?

According to The Food Poison Journal, the soft drinks you are getting from fountains in fast food restaurants and other places are likely to contain the bacteria found in... erm... fecal matter.

Is there poo in your Dew?

Read more at Take Part.

Friday, January 8, 2010

R.I.P. Jean Biden

We were saddened to read on The New York Times that the mother of Vice President Joe Biden has exited the planet at the age of 92.

She was surrounded by family and friends at her departure. Our prayers for the Vice President and family.

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