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Hey,

So in a world with Superman and other incredibly powerful superheroes who do general rescue work along with stopping crime, are people more foolish? If you have a reasonable suspicion that if you get in a jam a magical man will show up to save you, do you take bigger chances hoping for a bigger payoff?

And I figure your general visibility must coincide with your willingness to gamble on a super-rescue. If your dangerous failures make it to the general news, that must mean a greater chance for a hero to hear about it and come to your aid. So maybe you only take big chances if it would make big news on success or failure.

This is what got me thinking about all this:





later
Tom

p.s. Of course, as the clip above shows, there may be enough risks already...
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Hey,

Damn...I don't know if Wes Aderson is making films I want to see or if I want to see films Wes Anderson makes.

Anyway, this looks awesome:





later
Tom
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Hey,

It's a big step up from prepositions:





later
Tom
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Hey,

I have two songs on repeat in my head today:






and, of course...





Arise, arise, arise!
Tom
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...'cause I'm the God-Damn Pope!





When cardinals are trapped in long, boring meetings, I wonder if they ever doodle their "Pope Name" in the margins of their notebooks?

later
Tom
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...I can probably just make it in time to see the premiere:





later
Tom
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Hey,

So I was introduced to this over the weekend:





(mildly explicit lyrics)
Tom
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Someday....





later
Tom
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Super-Sloth!





later
Tom
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Hey,

So I couldn't find a youtube link but you'll want to watch this video from EW starring Grover and Cookie Monster doing some of their favorite shows...like Hunger Games, Avengers and Dr. Who.

Hee!
Tom
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Hey,

Stop whatever you're doing and watch this video. Pure, unadulterated, joy and laughter:





You're welcome
Tom
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Hey,

This video is also kinda long, but even the first minute or so is pretty entertaining.

TL/DR: Woman builds her own TARDIS.



Also? Maybe it's just the accent, but German women are hot.

"Tom, you think all women are hot...especially if they have an accent."
"OK, you got me."
Tom
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Hey,

A bit long, but an awesome display of ADD guitar playing:



whee!
Tom
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Hey,

Don't judge me. Just dance.



later
Tom
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Hey,

This is easily the greatest thing I've seen all weekend on the Internet:





Seriously, it starts out with an instrument you'd associate with a Lovecraftian cult and when you reach the dancing...it only gets amazing.

Also -- bonus surprise near the end!
Tom
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Hey,

What do I want to be when I grow up?

These guys:



awwww yeah
Tom
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Hey,

I...I don't care if she is a frackin' Cylon...



Call me!
Tom
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Hey,

Some videos for some music I've been enjoying:

Berlin Wall by The Heavenly States. The animation doesn't thrill me but the music makes me happy.



Something in the Water by Brooke Fraser. The official video is much better, but I can't find an embeddable version so you get this more static version...



I also strongly recommend We're All Gonna Die by Mieka Pauley, but all the YouTube videos are crappy coffeehouse recordings and it deserves better.

later
Tom
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...you'll love this.

I dunno, I was charmed:



later
Tom
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Hey,

Someone bring me [livejournal.com profile] chillguru! We have a video to surpass!





Wouldja like to buy an O?
Tom

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