Sunday, September 30, 2007

Photo #146: Sammy's Artistic Deli

Lots of blogging and no beer makes Uncle tired. Luckily I see a future with lots of beer and no blogging. The future is here.

Saturday, September 29, 2007

The Pornolizer!

Take a look at SUPERBLOG!! pornolized !!!
If it's against your principles to click at pornolized links I cut and pasted some of it anyway.

Hi there, Koala is out of blog so you need to listen to me for a year now. Or a blowing week. Yes. Beef "Mistress Anal" Jerky. I spanked it when I was in the screwing US and it tasted like shit. Rotten shit. But today I bought some Brazilian "Cock Sucker" Beef Jerky and it was much better. Some stuff in the US are rotten indeed.

Fists picture of Bill "Nobgoblin" Pullman was taken by David "Dripper Dick" Shankbone and put on the raunching Internet for all to see. Did he do sex fights to mock Mr "Rugmuncher" Pullman or to salute him? Only "Buzzwordbaby" Mr Shankbone gangbangs for sure.If you click on Mr "Mount" Pullman, he will grow to an smacks size. And until you say the asslicking magic words, he will just keep banging. If banged, he will eventually eclipse the titty fucking sun.

Good stuff.

Friday, September 28, 2007

Super Friday !

Thursday, September 27, 2007

Bad News - Good News

That's my VOLVO and here's the bad news: The ultra effective Swedish Police stopped me today and after a while they said that the car had "körförbud" which in German is "fahrenverboten" and in English "driveforbidden". So, I have driven around in my nice VOLVO illegally since february (which is kind of cool to know).
Why the driveforbiddenness then? In Sweden our sort of DMV (the Swedish Motor Vehicle Inspection Company) likes to inspect our cars once every year and it seems like I never got the letter about it. The policemanfellow told me that it was my responsibility anyway and gave me a ticket. 1500 Swedish Crowns!!! dammit! That's $200. You can buy many burritos withthat kind of money.

Good news was that my driving license hadn't expired and no DUI today.

Wednesday, September 26, 2007

Beef Jerky!

Hi there, Koala is out of blog so you need to listen to me for a year now. Or a week. Yes. Beef Jerky. I tried it when I was in the US and it tasted like shit. Rotten shit. But today I bought some Brazilian Beef Jerky and it was much better. Some stuff in the US are rotten indeed.

Tuesday, September 25, 2007

Nug, Nug!

Pi pi pi pi pi pi pi pi..... Pingu, PINGU !!!!

Sunday, September 23, 2007


Is Latin for mensvärk. Link via vomit connoisseur Mook.

Saturday, September 22, 2007

I Miss Getting This Drunk

It rarely happens anymore. I don't know why. Maybe I'm getting old and stale and useless.

Artwork by one of my favorite cartoonists, Jim Woodring.

Thursday, September 20, 2007

Just Kidding LOL

This picture of Bill Pullman was taken by David Shankbone and put on the Internet for all to see. Did he do this to mock Mr Pullman or to salute him? Only Mr Shankbone knows for sure.

If you click on Mr Pullman, he will grow to an enormous size. And until you say the magic words, he will just keep growing. If unchecked, he will eventually eclipse the sun.

Wednesday, September 19, 2007

Uncle Anarchy

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I decided to post a video showing some Swedish weaponry because I'm an anarchist and can I do what I feel like.

Not A Big Fan Of Authority

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(I did like the Frank Quitely-drawn parts of The Authority, though.)

Tuesday, September 18, 2007

Is This Cool? Do I Look Cool?

Steve Coogan. From The Day Today with Chris Morris.

Monday, September 17, 2007


That's all, there's nothing else to say.

Saturday, September 15, 2007

Save our Cartoonist !!

That's Lars Vilks. He made a Muhammed picture picturing Muhammed as a roundabout dog!
Well, seing that great arab guy/prophet/dude as a dog angered quite a few of them muslim boys so they now want his head on a plate with side orders and everything. They also threat VOLVO and IKEA since that are companies started in Sweden (now owned by GM and Swiss foundations).

Al-Baghdadi added in his message that if the "crusader state of Sweden" didn't
apologize, his organization would also attack major companies.

Yeah, well, lots of crazy muslims hates Sweden because of Lars Vilks. Stupid muslims. Lars Vilks drew Muhammed as a roundabout dog [round-uh-bout dawg] and that thing with roundabout dogs started in Linköping and that's the place where I live so now I'm finally in the center of muslim attention.


Al Qaida: USD 150.000, if Lars Vilks is slaughtered like a lamb.
Lars Vilks: It's good to know what you are worth.

Success !!

Wow! Big Bob Hope day yesterday! Everything went along just as I planned it! I Hope (!!) you enjoyed it as much as I did!

Friday, September 14, 2007

Bob Hope Entry #1

Bob Hope was from England. He was born there as a slave and his fathers name was Henry! Just like Henry the serial killer! Amazing facts starts our journey into Bob Hope land!!

Bob Hope remained vibrant as an entertainer through his television specials during the 1980s, hardly losing a step despite his advancing age. However, as the decade ended, with Hope nearing his 90s, his trademark and seemingly invincible sharp delivery had finally begun to noticeably decline.

Thursday, September 13, 2007

Tomorrow is Bob Hope Day!!

Be there. Or miss everything about Bob Hope!

Tuesday, September 11, 2007

The Year of Watching DVDs, Part 26 of 1000

I watched the entire IMDb top 250 list and now I'm watching everything else. All reviews so far.

This time, twenty-four tiny film reviews. You have to read them all, or you won't understand any forthcoming SUPERBLOG!! entries. And then you'll miss the chance to win fine prizes!

Edmond (2005)
This was, I think, the last movie I watched back in June, before I left for my vacation. I'd describe it as Falling Down as written by David Mamet. Which isn't very surprising, considering he did write it. Starring William H Macy.

About Schmidt (2002)
Moving dramedy by Alexander Payne, maybe a little too long. Nicholson has rarely been better.

Secretary (2002)
Unusual relationship comedy starring Maggie Gyllenhaal (whose last name the automatic spellchecker wants me to change to "Challengers") and James Spader. The last act wasn't very good, but otherwise I liked it.

The Color of Money (1986)
Scorsese's worthy sequel to The Hustler (1960) (mentioned in Part 8).

Grabben i graven bredvid / The Guy in the Grave Next Door (2002)
Mediocre/okayish Swedish comedy about the difficulties that arise when a dirty farmer and a middle-class librarian fall in love. The horror!

Risky Business (1983) (repeat)
The epic masterpiece with Tom Krus and whatshername. Featuring a young Joe Pantoliano as Guido the Klever Biznizman.

The Queen (2006)
It's about the Queen.

Hoffa (1992)
Okay. Jack Nicholson is very good as Hoffa, but Danny DeVito is wrong for his character, and the script is one of David Mamet's weaker.

Next (2007)
Nic Cage sees up to two minutes into the future, is hunted by Julianne Moore. Jessica Biel is girl of his dreams. Fascinating premise (based on Philip K Dick story), pedestrian execution. Like, you know, pretty much all PKD adaptations.

The Illusionist (2006)
Nice-looking but empty and predictable period piece about a stage magician named Edward "Emperor" Norton. Jessica Biel is girl of his dreams! I smell a sequel called The Next Illusionist, in which Norton and Nicolas Cage fight for Biel's favors.

I Heart Huckabees (2004)
How am I not myself? Existential comedy by David O. Russell.
See him flip out on the set, calling Lily Tomlin a "cunt". See Lily Tomlin pissed off as well, saying "Fuck you too" to Naomi Watts, and "Shut the fuck up!" to Dustin Hoffman. Ah, the miracle of the Internet. It saves lives, I'm sure I read somewhere.

8 femmes / 8 Women (2002)
Enjoyable murder mystery musical.

The Holy Mountain (1973)
By Alejandro Jodorowsky. Weird, unique. The ending sucks, but some parts rule. I think my favorite character was Fon, He whose planet is Venus.

The Birds (1963) (repeat)
It's about birds.

The Magnificent Ambersons (1942)
Orson Welles' follow-up to Citizen Kane. And as such it's disappointing, as it's not really in the same league. The happy ending is unconvincing.

To Catch a Thief (1955)
Starring Cary Grant as the thief. He looks colored, at least on my DVD. Maybe he's just sunburned. Grace Kelly is excellent and not too ugly.

When the Wind Blows (1986)
One of the best animated movies about coping with nuclear war I've seen in several weeks! Based on Raymond Briggs' graphic novel, which I once found among a bunch of children's books in an antique book store in Lkpg, Sweden. I can imagine it freaking out the kids, though it's actually a sweet story. Manages the trick of making WW2 seem downright quaint. Watch it on Google Video.

Ellie Parker (2005)
Shot on digital video, which may account for why it looks like shit. Naomi Watts is a struggling actress who goes to auditions and has love trouble. One or two memorable scenes, and Watts is good throughout, but there's no story here.

Cherish (2002)
Robin Tunney is unjustly incarcerated in an apartment in this drama thriller that seems interesting until she tries to clear her name and starts acting really stupid. Singer Liz Phair has a small part as a bitch. I like Liz Pfair.

Twin Peaks: Fire Walk with Me (1992)
Unsurprisingly, you have to be a Twin Peaks fan from before to appreciate this. But if you are, it's very good. One thing that bothers me a little is the absence (actually, replacement) of Lara Flynn Boyle. Bob and the Black Lodge scare me.

Requiem for a Dream (2000) (repeat)
Drugs are bad, apparently.

Rear Window (1954)
Possibly Hitchcock's best film. Hitch the Bitch hated to go on location, so many of his movies look extremely fake today. (They're still good, though.) Rear Window is one of the relatively few who don't suffer from that at all.

El Espinazo del Diablo / The Devil's Backbone (2001)
Stylish but slowish (horror) drama by Guillermo del Toro.

United 93 (2006) (repeat)
Paul Greengrass' emotionally draining account of the plane which went down in Pennsylvania on 9/11. Already reviewed in Part 4, and it was just as good this time. The DVD has audio commentary by Osama bin Laden. No! Hey: Too bad Marky Mark wasn't on the flight. Or he'd have saved everyone, I mean.

OMG what day is this?