LiberryDwarf

September 19, 2008

“All things must change to something new, to something strange…”

Filed under: Just Plain Weird, TV, Words/Language, YouTube — liberrydwarf @ 3:37 pm

Still coming down from a big cheesy-grin high after the pilot for Fringe on Wednesday. Gosh, it was awesome! It feels like I’ve been waiting forever for something new to come and fill the large Alias-shaped hole in my TV-watching life, and I might just have found it! (Fingers crossed now it doesn’t get axed after 1 season. Since I have a bad track record with shows doing that…)

Anyways, when I wasn’t wasting time on Fringe fansites this week, here’s what else I dug up for you…

1) You may or may not know (but if you don’t, shame on ye, scurvy lubber!) that today’s International Talk like a Pirate Day. And if you’re going to be a pirate, you gotta know the rules, right? Never fear. PirateLaws has you covered from Arrr to Zanzibar. (Zanzibarrrr??)

2) Cracked.com has some of the best lists around, from the snortingly-amusing to the tremblingly nauseating. This week, get with the learning (and the slight creepiness) to discover The Disturbing Origins of 5 Common Nursery Rhymes…

3) Finally – it’s long but it’s worth it. Very clever, very cute, and with the faint whiff of obsession on both sides of the equation, combine two of the best nerdy loves of all time – Lego and The Princess Bride…

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3 Comments »

  1. I finally got around to watch the video… it’s pure awesome! thanks for posting!

    Comment by kalafudra — September 23, 2008 @ 6:58 am

  2. […] LiberryDwarf has the bestest video of Princess Bride meets Lego. […]

    Pingback by Links « Stuff — September 24, 2008 @ 7:04 pm

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    Comment by Tubbo & Dubba Tubba — October 4, 2008 @ 11:28 pm


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