Yippee Kiyay, Mr. Falcon! →
Mr. Rupert “Stretch” Armstrong Falcon III was a network censor responsible for editing the dialogue of popular films when broadcast on television, in order to make them safer for children. Falcon was hired by the networks to edit out the offending language and replace it with alternate dialogue. He was remarkable for his ability to substitute an obscenity with a word that was offensive...
The first turkey dinner was 1620 The pilgrims had it in the land of plenty...– SNL
The very meaninglessness of life forces a man to create his own meaning....– Stanley Kubrick, interviewed by Playboy, 1968. (via swisscheeseandbullets)
Zach Galifianakis: O.G.
Potentially the best movie ever made. Potentially the worst movie ever made.
Tina Fey’s Mark Twain Prize acceptance speech.
The US Military spends more money than the next 27 largest militaries combined,...– Fareed Zakaria, on Real Time with Bill Maher
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