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Comments from fozzy the chair

Stay gold, Gabyboy.
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August 2, 2013 on This Is Just A Goodbye Post
Psy tops himself again!!!
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April 15, 2013 on This Is Just A Good Rap Video
"For all booking INFO email [email protected] ALL KOOL KIDZ OUT THERE MAKE SURE YOU LEAVE COMMENTS AND SUB! :)"
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January 14, 2013 on Sandy Hook Elementary Tribute Song “Heaven” By “BABY KAELY” Directed And Produced By WILL.I.AM
Bob's Burgers :(
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December 28, 2012 on Favorite TV Shows Of 2012
At the :28 mark she says, "We've launched it a year ago February Valentine's Day." This is so close to being a real sentence that a real human being would say, but also very, very far.
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January 9, 2012 on The Creator Of CougarLife Describes A World That We All Understand And Can Relate To, I’m Sure
Chet Haze = Rebecca Black with extremely rich parents instead of just normal rich parents
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October 11, 2011 on New Chet Haze Music Video, Son! #GETCHAZED
"Daaaaad, why can't you just get the real Katherine Heigl to be in my music video?! I hate my life!!"
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October 11, 2011 on New Chet Haze Music Video, Son! #GETCHAZED
You spelled your friend's name wrong.
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October 5, 2011 on Listen To Kristen Schall And Kurt Braunohler On Radiolab!
I feel like I've seen this interview before... https://lh5.googleusercontent.com/-duGGv7quTS4/TnverE3BC7I/AAAAAAAAA68/ZDc1jWbkTv0/Screen%252520shot%2525202011-09-22%252520at%2525206.18.07%252520PM.png
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September 22, 2011 on A Fake Interview With Ryan Gosling
This is a deep cut, but Rocko's Modern Life had The B-52's singing the theme song, which makes it awesome: http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=JepKgroYdFA
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September 13, 2011 on The 10 Best TV Opening Title Sequences
We don't call them "seasons." We call them "series." We all had a big lorry about this one, old chap.--The British
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August 30, 2011 on BBC Orders Third Season Of Luther!
They got a 9.0 at Pitchfork, though.
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August 29, 2011 on Elderly Couple Doesn’t Know When To Give It Up Already
Sean Hood worked very hard on a project and has valid emotions about its failure which he expressed in a public and earnest manner. Let's all make fun of him!!
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August 24, 2011 on What It Is Like, Apparently, To Work On A Flop
Bad jokes aside, it's always kinda sad when a marriage fails. Even if their kids are nightmare Hollywood mutant Jr.'s, they still have to deal with their parents' divorce and that's hard to laugh at. But we'll find a way, right?
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August 23, 2011 on A Portrait Of America On August 23rd, 2011
"In West Philadelphia, born and raised, eventually I grew up and got divorced."--Will Smith's next sitcom, based on his own experiences about getting back on the dating scene!
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August 23, 2011 on A Portrait Of America On August 23rd, 2011
They used "zeitgeist" incorrectly. The zeitgeist the thing people are talking about. Saying "the zeitgeist of what people are talking about" is incorrect and redundant at best. Can't wait for this show though!
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August 23, 2011 on Katie Couric’s New Talk Show To Come With The Frame
I know how you feel. I expressed negative feelings for Ricky Gervais like 9 months ago in the comments section of this very blog and got downvoted quite a bit. Yes, he is unimpeachable as David Brent and I would even say his work in Extras is almost up there as well. But he is not funny when he is "playing" himself, as a standup or host or whatever. In fact, he is a terrible standup, so self-satisfied and smug even though his material is actually quite hacky, just making fun of animal trivia he found on the internet. He acts as if he is the British Chris Rock, but I believe he is much more akin to Gallagher. His gig hosting the Golden Globes had some of the laziest, first draft-iest jabs at celebrities I've ever seen on TV. He also just seems like a buzzkill of the highest order, making the lamest observations on religion and art and "what is art?" and saying them in a "CASE CLOSED!" manner that is just annoying. Again, I will always alway always return to The Office and Extras because they are brilliant. But as for the rest of Gervais' output, bleeeecccchhhhh.
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August 22, 2011 on Here Are Some Afternoon Links!
I don't think nostalgia is that bad. Did you see the recent remake of True Grit? Did you know that The Adventures of Pete & Pete is actually kind of genius and still holds up extremely well? Wet Hot American Summer was a nostalgic look at 80's summer camps and summer camp movies, and also a very funny movie. Sure, for every True Grit there are five other awful remakes out there, but isn't that kind of like the typical ratio of bad-to-good movies? 5:1 seems right, but I dunno, I'm not a mathy person. On a strictly factual note, the argument that we're suddenly in some super nostalgic time in our culture is kind of ridiculous and just wrong. Nostalgia has always run rampant, forever and ever. People in the 60's pined for the simplicity of the 50's. People in the 70's wished they were in the 60's again so they could be cool. In terms of culture, movies have been being remade almost literally since movies were invented. Before board games, filmmakers were turning every classic book in existence into a movie. Rick from Casablanca (best movie of all time no nostalgio) was nostalgic as a mofo. "We'll always have Paris," right? If he's cool with it, then we all should be, too. BECAUSE HE'S HUMPHREY BOGART.
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July 28, 2011 on An Open Letter To The Disease Of Nostalgia
http://farm3.static.flickr.com/2405/1537995572_760863238a.jpg "There's an ex Mrs. Coconuts. But I'm taking applications to fill the position."--Mr. Coconuts
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July 19, 2011 on Tonight! Mr. Coconuts! Tonight!
http://farm3.static.flickr.com/2405/1537995572_760863238a.jpg "When are you gonna have me on? I've got so many funny stories, like this one time when I got in a car accident with an illegal. I'll save it for the stage."--Mr. Coconuts
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July 12, 2011 on Mr. Coconuts Is One Week From Tonight! Oh Great!
Hollywood Blvd is trashy, but you're wrong about Downtown LA. Sure, there are sketchy parts, as there are with any large downtown area. But there is tons of great theaters, restaurants, bars, art galleries, the shooting range Gabe talked about is awesome, and then there is this awesome sausage/beer garden with a mid-century modern/industrial bent to it that is just around the corner from it, there's this sandwich shop called Cole's that has the best French dips I've ever had and then--this is awesome--it has a genuine fucking speakeasy inside of it called Varnish that makes the best cocktails I've ever had, and there's also the Disney Concert Hall which is a beautiful piece of architecture and then MOCA is down the block which has some great Jackson Pollacks in it, and there's this really cool nightclub that's in the basement of the old Edison electric plant and to be honest the clientele gets a little douchey but I've been there twice and you kind of have to go because it's in the basement of an old fucking power plant and that's awesome. Anyways, downtown LA is great. Everyone shut up about it.
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July 12, 2011 on The Zooey Deschanel Vs. The Los Angeles Times Feud Is The Worst Feud
That's not how it has always worked. It only sometimes works that way now.
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July 12, 2011 on The Zooey Deschanel Vs. The Los Angeles Times Feud Is The Worst Feud
Downtown LA is fucking great, Gabe. Go back to your house on the Upper West Side, you cow.
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July 12, 2011 on The Zooey Deschanel Vs. The Los Angeles Times Feud Is The Worst Feud
Here is the Harrison Ford quote in context: Although LaBeouf tells me that Harrison Ford privately applauded his outspokenness, Ford recalls the conversation differently. "I think I told him he was a fucking idiot," the famously reticent star says. "As an actor, I think it's my obligation to support the film without making a complete ass of myself..." I side with Harrison Ford.
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June 29, 2011 on Harrison Ford Calls Shia LaBeouf “An Idiot,” LET THE FEUD BEGIN!