Here Are Some Afternoon Links!

  • The Videogum Louis C.K. Promise: A Million (50) Terrifying Pieces Of Louis C.K. Fan Art. -MentalFoss
  • Here is a video of a bunch of Calvin and Hobbes snowmen, like from the cartoon, snowmen committing suicide and being run over by cars, etc., you get it, set to a holiday song! Wonderful, we didn’t need it but we appreciate it all the same. -Geekologie
  • Want to watch a supercut of “hackers” from movies wearing leather? You weirdo? You definitely do? You’ve wanted this for so long and you can’t believe it’s finally happening? GREAT! -Worn
  • The girl from The Blair Witch Project wrote a book about growing pot? Or something? What is going on here. As an aside, it is incredible to me how much I loved The Blair Witch Project as a child. I had a t-shirt and a magnet and I stayed on the phone with my friend while she was watching it for the first time just so I could listen-watch it with her. Neat! -FilmDrunk
  • Oh my god. Watch this video of people riding bikes across a terrifying thing on the side of a mountain. Why are you doing this?! What are you trying to prove?! -TheDailyWhat
  • Here is a wonderful BNPG-like McSweeney’s list: Passive Agressive Movies. My favorite movie is included, even! MY FAVORITE ONE. -McSweeney’s
  • Joe Jonas went to the ER with stomach problems. Hahah. OH! ? Listen, I’m not here to tell you whether or not to care about the news, I’m just here to report it. -Dlisted
  • Here’s a photo gallery of celebrities with their cats, including James Franco and Evan Rachel Wood. The stars, they’re just like those of us who like cats! -Celebuzz
  • Whitney from Pop Candy has an interview with Sucklord from Work of Art up today, and boy, THAT guy. He certainly seems like a reasonable guy, to be honest, but still. That guy. I stopped watching Work of Art this season when he was kicked off, but only by coincidence. OR WAS IT? Yes, kind of. -PopCandy