Tarry for the Nonce

July 12, 2009

Some Side-Splitting

Filed under: Entertainment — lmwalker @ 10:38 am

In happier news, here is my list of the top five stand-up comedians I would like to see live (in no particular order):

1. Jim Gaffigan
2. Brian Regan
3. Jeff Allen
4. Russell Peters
5. Taylor Mason

With nods to . . .
6. Tim Hawkins
7. Weird Al Yankovic

July 2, 2009

What’s Weird About This Video?

Filed under: Entertainment — lmwalker @ 1:32 am

April 20, 2009

Who’s Excited?

Filed under: Entertainment — lmwalker @ 9:55 pm

I’m excited.

Very excited.

November 30, 2008

Not Impossible at All

Filed under: Entertainment — lmwalker @ 11:01 pm

I am developing the biggest crush on Martin Landeau as Rollin Hand.

I ask you – is that so wrong?

October 20, 2008

Sheldon is *Brilliant!*

Filed under: Entertainment — lmwalker @ 7:10 am

I am the biggest fan of the Big Bang Theory.

Makes me miss college.

June 13, 2008

James Bond, Indiana Jones and Superman!

Filed under: Anecdotes, Entertainment — lmwalker @ 12:16 pm

Goldentusk has some nifty videos.

February 28, 2008

The Men of Austen

Filed under: Entertainment — lmwalker @ 1:41 am

The predictable choice is in the lead, but I voted for Frederick Wentworth.

I don’t mind Rupert Penry-Jones in the role, but I much prefer Bryan Marshall. This preference is helped along by the fact that I very much appreciate that the 1971 version didn’t feel a need to Bronte-ize the ending. (Stupid Americanized 21st century melodrama.)

For what it’s worth, George Knightley would have been my second choice, followed then by Fitzwilliam Darcy, Henry Tilney and Edward Ferrars. Frankly, Edmund Bertram holds absolutely no attraction for me. And I don’t waste my time with the underlings. (Sorry, Janice. I know you carry a torch for Henry Crawford. And thanks for the link!)

The Shiny Guy Always Worries

Filed under: Entertainment — lmwalker @ 1:11 am

This is the best distillation of Star Wars I have ever, ever heard. Or, as Toly Delm aptly puts it, “that was more coherent and with better dialogue than Episode III.”

I also really enjoyed the review of the review.

(Hat tip to Janice Walker.)

July 5, 2007

Please Loiter Again Soon

Filed under: Entertainment — lmwalker @ 2:25 pm

7-Eleven has resigned itself to the inevitable and is acknowledging itself as the Kiwk-E Mart.

There are twelve of them.

(Hat tip to Andrew Pavlis.)

An Impulse Buy

Filed under: Entertainment — lmwalker @ 1:25 pm

My long blog absence has been decimated by . . . William Shakespeare!

I just saved myself $209.30 (or 70%)!

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