Kenton Stufflebeam, I Feel Your Pain
After all the Daily Perv Links (TM) that this site has offered you, it was only a matter of time before the, um, procreative issue of such unions would eventually come to light. Behold, gentle reader:
Before you freak out, it’s actually a sculpture. But this isn’t.
And while we’re on the topic of things biological, here’s some reassuring news that coffee may in fact be really good for us. Yayyy!
And while we’re on the topic of animals and such, it is with sadness that I announce the passing of the second animal to ever be a part of the storied Deonandan clan, Miss Sophie, cat of my brother Bhash. RIP, Sophie:
Meanwhile, an 11 year old kid named Kenton Stufflebeam discovered a years-old error at the Smithsonian. The registered scienticians at the museum acknowledged the error, and sent the kid a thank you note…. but they misspelled his name and town! The big news here, of course, is that there exist American parents so cruel as to name their genius kid, “Kenton Stufflebeam”.
Kenton, one day you will google your name and find this post. I feel for ya, buddy. My freakin’ name is Raywat Deonandan.
Speaking of geniuses, remember the genius movie Borat? There’s a scene in which Borat tries to give a man on the street a hug, but the man runs away. Well, the man idiotically tried to sue the producers for “defaming” his image. (I don’t see what’s so defamatory about being shown to honestly not wanting to be hugged.) Miraculously, a court threw out the suit. But in the process, the world gets to know this fool’s name. So instead of just chuckling at his anonymous behaviour like the rest of us, Jeffrey Lemerond has now allowed us all to mock him by name.
Lastly, Medzilla links us to the following useful chart, courtesy of graphjam.com:
In Other News…
Over at Skiffy.ca, we have some excitement as the article by “redparrot” on the cancellation of Blood Ties has been linked to by a variety of sources. And there’s a new review of the Sarah Connor Chronicles by Deonandia regular DeeMack. Go. Now.