Ffffucking Ffffound on the Corner of 42nd and Lexington

a pair of abandoned prosthetic legs.
the owner must have rolled away.
[photo cred Cory]

Introducing: FFFFUCK FFFFOUND

That shit is still under invitation-only beta. Is that only to make dorks like Jason Kottke feel good about themselves? How lame is that?

Anyway like everything else on Cosmodrome we do it better. Nevermind that FFFFOUND is the most read feed on my Reader. Observe:


Japan's national cherry blossom bloom schedule map. Via Japan Probe

"Silly Rabbit..."

bush

Check out these leeks

Wavy leeks
They came that way.

CLOWN WE OUT! CLOWN WE OUT! CLOWN WE OUT!

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I listened to this Elephant Man song about 10-12 times today. I learned a lot of things. First, the CLOWN WE OUT refrain is just retardedly banging. Second, it's on the Carrot Oil riddim. Third, did everyone else already realize how hardcore Elephant Man's lisp is? Funny on several levels that is. And fourth, and probably the most fantastic, is that Elephant is likely the only person to ever record the phrase "clown we out" in any type of cultural sense. A Google search displayed results 1-10 of 13. It sounds like it's referencing natural sexual lubrication in some way. It could just be about his hair. But you know, guess is as good as mine. And no he's not shouting out Cate Blanchett at the beginning I don't think.

The Most Magically Idiosyncratic Way to "Sell Out" Your "History," The Most Magically Lo-Tech way to Freak Me Out!

And by sell out, I don't mean that in a bad way. I'm hyper-stoked that Tay Zonday can be commercial even a little bit. He won a Youtube award. I've been freaking out about a bunch of things this week, and when I saw this today I had to get some of them out. This guy is the black Josh Groban, but except he immediately sold his hyper-repetitive song about black history to Dr. Pepper to make one of the most amazing commercials I've ever seen:



Original:

Si Se Puede (March 17, 2008)

This mix haz a flavor. And it's mostly disco.
[Download.]

Andrew WK - ”McLaughlin Groove” (w/ video!)
Neon Neon – “Dream Girls” [Stainless Style]*
Louis La Roche – “Love”**
M.I.A. – “Paper Planes (DFA Remix)” [Paper Planes Homeland Security Remixes]***
Jamie Lidell – “Hurricane” [Jim]^
Sebastien Tellier – “Divine” [Sexuality]
Juvelen – “Don’t Mess”
MGMT – “Electric Feel” [Oracular Spectacular]
Yeasayer – “Sunrise” [All Hour Cymbals]

Bag Raiders – “Fun Punch” [Fun Punch EP]
Radio Dept. – “Bad Reputation” [Annie Laurie EP]^^
Hercules & Love Affair – “Hercules’ Theme” [Hercules & Love Affair]
Gonzales – “Slow Down (ft. Teki Latex)”
The Whitest Boy Alive – “Golden Cage” (Fred Falke Remix)
Map of Africa – “Map of Africa” [Map of Africa] (MORE)

Serial Filmmaking


Michael Haneke has brought his maniacal art horror to the United States, remaking his 1997 film Funny Games for American audiences. What he has given us, however, is not your average Hollywood remake – snipped and streamlined for the more delicate stateside viewer, much as Ron Howard’s imminent remake of Haneke’s 2003 Caché is likely to be. No, this is what they call a shot-for-shot remake – a genre that, to my knowledge, only includes one other film, Gus Van Sant’s Psycho.

Critics have often compared Haneke to Hitchcock, or at least cited him as a reference point. This does seem an apt comparison, especially for Funny Games. The two filmmakers share a common instinct: to deconstruct and parody the family, often by putting a murderer in their midst (usually a stand-in for the filmmaker), and softly – or not so softly – suggesting a question: Who is more morally repulsive – the transgressive murderer or the repressive family members?

The Cutest CAPTCHA

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Did Rapidshare always have kittens on these?

Jack endorses Hillary, awaits Pro-Obama video response

This is so ripe for someone to throw together a pro-Obama version.

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