Friday, January 23, 2015

TWO TALES GRIP THE WORLD THIS WEEK: Tom Brady Gets His Balls Crushed in Deflate-Gate AND "moot" Retires From 4chan... ALSO, a Facebook Commercial from 1995 is Unearthed (or is it just a plot by the evil kayaking corporations?...I mean seriously WHAT THE HELL!!?)

"You sunk my battleship!" gif

If you are feeling like someone sunk your battleship, friend...  welp, you are not the only one, there are a lot of things that have been crushed this week...footballs, as well as many people's spirits.

"feels bad" frog (via the internets)

Okay, let's learn a little bit more...

Eric Cartmanez "how do I reach these kids?" (via the internets)

Remember that episode of South Park where Eric Cartman goes to an inner city school to teach the kids how to cheat so they can be Super Bowl champions like Tom Brady and the New England Patriots?

I know in America you are innocent until you're proven guilty, or if you really have a lot of money... but come on, Tom Brady, I wasn't born yesterday.  Anywho, here is Jake Brickhead's interview with New England Patriots quarterback Tom Brady in this week's episode of BRICKHEAD ON THE BEAT which also happens to be on MY youtube channel...

Bobby Hill (just beacuse)

Moving right along, I don't know what you kids are going to do with yourselves anymore, because Christopher "moot" Poole is retiring as administrator of the site he founded (which is,...  which is kinda sad.

"feelbird" (created by an unknown genius)

Wilford Fungus addressed the whole moot retiring thing in his latest episode of WILFORD FUNGUS FOR AMERICA.  But here's where things get complicated...  Wilford does so at the end of a video which is also a reaction (or at least a review) of a viral video that has been making the rounds... supposedly an early commercial for "the facebook" or is it?  Whatever.  I posted the video below so you can watch it, if you want.

Much more important, however, is Wilford Fungus's opinion about this "the facebook" video (as well as his thoughts on moot retiring).  I posted the episode of WILFORD FUNGUS FOR AMERICA below.  The video player is big because it's important...

And with that we end our journey through the interwebs for at least this one single week.  Once again thank you, and please remember to support your local zoo...

I don't know how to describe this gif

Stay classy, Chicago!


  1. As an occasional visitor of 4chan I found out about Moot retiring when it happened. The most shocking thing to me was actually his age. He's the same age as my brother and started 4chan when he was 15. It was incredible yet depressing how much he's made of himself at such a young age.

  2. I don't understand this. If Tom Brady was used as an example of how to cheat by Eric Cartman, doesn't that mean everyone knows he's a cheat? Why didn't he get tarred and feathered instead of having a long entry in Wikipedia where's he's treated like some kind of sporting legend?

    1. That was pretty much the point they were trying to make on that episode of South Park. Here's one of Eric Cartman's speeches from the episode

  3. That commercial clearly wasn't made by Facebook. Facebook was created in 2004.

    1. Yeah. It is clearly some kind of plot or conspiracy of the kayaking corporations.

  4. Can I confess something? I really, really liked those papa-san chairs like in that FB commercial. I laughed my ass off when I saw that. I loved settling in those things and reading a book, but I really can't get one of those now that I have an actual job. Maybe I can throw one in my man cave some day .. .

    1. Besides, I think most of those chairs in existence have been crushed in brawls on The Jerry Springer Show.

  5. As a Patriot fan that is still defending Aaron Hernandez innocence, I will defend Tom Brady. It was clearly an accident. right???