Saturday, August 12, 2006

A finger on the Pulse of irrelevancy

Am I the only one who finds this Facebook Pulse thing fascinating?

It updates itself daily. This means that, in the span of 24 hours, 12 different La Salle University students decided they didn't like The Cosby Show anymore. What are the odds? On a brighter note, it's good to see Legends of the Hidden Temple is still pulling some new fans, despite the glaring fact that Kirk Fogg is the second-worst gameshow host in history, right behind the dude on Finders Keepers who obviously hated black children. Remember when Kurt rappeled from the ceiling at the beginning? They should've just downsized, leaving Olmec in charge of the whole shebangabang. He had more personality. Let's rock.

Sorry JRR, but today's (literally, today's) college students identify more with this guy. Also, I'd never seen a picture of Tolkien before, so I image-searched him. This was the first result. That dude obviously holds a BA in horrible cartoon dialogue from the Bil Keane Institute of Technology.

I apologize for the horrible screencaps. I don't really know how to do them.

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