Monday, August 22, 2011
Friday, August 19, 2011
Please take 20 minutes out of your lives and watch this. We've all felt this way at one point while playing Mario......
Wednesday, August 17, 2011
As you may have noticed, we haven't posted many videos from the end of the 90s, particularly '97, '98, and '99. There is, however, a show that deserves recognition from the sunset years of the 90s. That show is Blind Date, hosted by the one and only Roger Lodge (aka Rodge Lodge and Rodger Lodger).
In the show, cameras follow around couples on blind dates while commentary in the form of funny subtitles, wacky animations, and cooky "thought bubbles" was added by the show's producers.
2 extremely annoying people
Poor guy couldn't work his magic
This guy gets trashed, makes a fool of himself, and goes home alone
NOTE: We know that the majority of the show didn't even take place in the 90s. BUT one year DID take place in the 90s and that was the year 1999. Who knows? Maybe Blind Date prepared us for the craziness of the post-9/11 2000s (or at least the annoying pop-up ads that you witness in some of the videos above)
Tuesday, August 9, 2011
Not sure if you guys know but, many Major League Baseball players in the 1980's had moustaches. Back then it was the norm. Today, not so much. But if you have followed baseball in the last decade you will see that it's coming back. Slowly but surely.
It's so easy to Google "mlb moustaches' and add the first bunch to this list. That's too easy. We decided to dig deeper and we've found the truly best MLB baseball players, with a moustache, that falls anywhere between 1980 and 1999. We hope we succeeded (and if you're lucky, we'll throw in some 2011 players who sport the 'stache. But only if you're lucky.) Enjoy!
This is in no particular order of how cool the moustache is. It's random coolness:
|Bill Buckner: Can't tell the difference between his moustache and his eyebrow. Yes, his one eyebrow.|
|Steve Balboni: My handlebar goes slightly below my lips. Only crazy people go longer than that.|
|Don Mattingly: Don can have any moustache he wants.|
|Dale Berra: Yup, that's Yogi Berra's son. Junior is most known for supplying the Pirates with cocaine during the 1985 season.|
|Rollie Fingers: Yes, thats my real name. I'm known for having the best moustache in baseball. Google it.|