Apparently, all animals in cartoons can talk, except the dog. Don’t believe? In “WordWorld”, Dog is the only WordFriend who cannot talk. Everyone else – Sheep, Frog, Pig, Duck, Bear, Shark and even the tiny Ant – can. In “Mickey Mouse Clubhouse”, Pluto may have taken a vow of silence to protest losing its planetary… Read More »
More than 50 animal rights groups in China have urged the state broadcaster not to air a performance involving synchronised swimming by goldfish to celebrate the conclusion of the Lunar New Year festivities. How come human rights groups do not protest when the magic trick involves human beings, like sawing a woman in half? Help… Read More »
Have you watched recent episodes of Mickey Mouse Clubhouse? It’s too bloody feel good and politically correct compared to earlier Mickey Mouse cartoons. There are no evildoers, and even the bad guys are pretty lame. Whatever happened to the old Mickey which, according to The New York Times, was something like “the Bart Simpson of… Read More »
Gosh… that must really hurt! Technorati Tags: 天下父母心 拍片 意外 Taiwan filming accident Help spread the word!
图片为央视记者采访华裔诺贝尔奖获得者丁肇中的视频截图。 呵呵，真不配合哦。视频还有其他尴尬的场面。 Technorati Tags: 曲向东 丁肇中 央视 诺贝尔奖 采访 CCTV Help spread the word!
It’s amazing how people will bend over backwards to kiss Oprah Winfrey’s behind and hang on her every word. Love for Oprah smacks of deification, except in this case, her worshippers got duped (again) along with their idol when Herman Rosenblat, author of Angel at the Fence: The True Story of a Love that Survived,… Read More »
Were Obama and McCain debating, or were they merely repeating sound bites? Related posts: What if Palin were president? A bit of election advice Help spread the word!
Sarah Palin is either terribly ignorant or shockingly inept, if you watch her scripted answers in an exclusive interview with CBS News anchorwoman Katie Couric. Related story: Couric, Letterman too much for McCain and Palin Help spread the word!
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According to Parks Associates’ Digital Media Habits II report, people are increasingly using their TVs to play music at home. The report was based on a Q3 2007 survey of 2,000 broadband households in the US and Canada. The survey found that the number of households using a TV to listen to music equalled the… Read More »