Back to Work

We’re nearly a week into the new year, and for many of us, that means we’re easing back into our normal routines after a (hopefully) refreshing break. I trust you all had a wonderful Christmas and New Year. Here’s some of what you might have missed:

  • Our sleepy sun has awoken

  • 40 most obnoxious quotes of 2009

  • Washington DC is suing AT&T, claiming that unused minutes on prepaid phone cards be turned over to the state!

  • Thou Shalt Not Blaspheme… in Ireland

  • Fun fact: If you visit Google, type “Thou Shalt Not Blaspheme” and click the “I’m Feeling Lucky” button, you (presently) get taken to a truly awesome page πŸ™‚

  • DIY project: Build your own Vomit Gun

  • Regime change in Iran? Let’s hope so.

  • An open letter from Lord Monckton to Kevin Rudd

  • And finally, this movie looks like it might be fun. At the very least, it’s destined to cause some controversy (see the clip to find out why):

5 thoughts on “Back to Work

  1. I don’t object to small girls (or boys) shooting bad guys but obviously it shouldn’t be normalized. Based on the trailer this is one film I’ll skip.

  2. Its funny to see kids say fuck but I really don’t see who their target market is here. Movies with child protagonists are usually aimed at children, and this movie is going to be MA15+ rated at the very least.

  3. For interest’s sake, here’s a couple more trailers from Kick-Ass:

    Looks like it might be a hell of a lot of fun actually! Bring on the controversy πŸ˜€

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