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Snuggie Cult

I saw this one and just had to post it. This is exactly what I thought the first time I saw the commercials for Snuggie. There's another version floating around, The WTF Blanket, that is also pretty accurate on the dumbness of this invention and worth checking out. 

30 Second Porn Clip Interrupts Super Bowl

Super Bowl viewers in Tucson got an eyeful yesterday towards the end of the game when a short clip from an adult movie channel interrupted Comcast's feed with full male nudity during the final moments of the game.

Officials at Comcast said about 30 seconds from Club Jenna, an adult cable television channel, were shown on the local Super Bowl telecast. The company was still working Sunday night to figure out how it happened.

Comcast had "no idea" at the time it happened how the porn may have gotten into its feed, said Kelle Maslyn, a company spokeswoman.

The Star newsroom was flooded with calls from irate viewers who said that the porn cut into the game with less than three minutes left to play, just after Arizona Cardinals player Larry Fitzgerald scored on a touchdown pass from Kurt Warner to put the team in the lead.
Callers said that the clip showed a woman unzipping a man's pants, followed by a graphic act between the two.

"I just figured it was another commercial until I looked up," said Cora King of Marana. "Then he did his little dance with everything hanging out."

Jeanene Piek said she was outraged that her granddaughter had seen the clip. "I was in a state of shock. I am totally disgusted," she said.

The Super Bowl was being shown locally on KVOA. The station sends its signal to Comcast through a fiber line, said KVOA News Director Kathleen Choal.

KVOA's signal didn't have porn on it when the station sent it over to Comcast, station president Gary Nielsen said.

The company will continue to investigate what happened to its signal, Nielsen said.
Engineers at Comcast will be working throughout the night to determine what happened, Maslyn said.

The porn broke into the standard-definition feed reaching analog TV sets. It appears the porn only reached homes in the Tucson area, but Comcast did not know exactly how many homes were affected, Maslyn said.

Comcast's high-definition feed was not affected. Maslyn did not know how many homes were affected.

The mishap can be viewed here. NSFW, but I'm sure you knew that!

Story from Arizona Daily Star

Who Knew Your IP Address Could Be Soooo Sexy?

Once in a while you come across a website that's just plain weird...just for the sake of being weird. Things like Fear The Gay Chicken. Anyways, if you are just geeky enough to be excited about a sexy female's voive moaning your IP address, then MoanMyIP is for you. Erotic for some, I'm sure, but just messed up for most (I hope). Just imagine, "Oooone...niiiiiine...oh yeah...eiiiight....oh god!" I think you get the picture. Beware: Definitely not work safe. Besides the obvious problem of an oversexed computer expressing itself through your speakers, there is an ad with some topless women who are always somehow right in your neighborhood and ready to go.

Know of any more just weird websites? Let me know.

Holy Crap, Chris Scalf!

So, recently I stumbled onto an artist names Chris Scalf (a friend of a friend). All I can say'm speechless. The guy is amazing. The picture on this post is actually not a photograph. It is hand drawn by Chris in Photoshop using a Wacom tablet. While primarily a "computer-aided-artist", he also dabbles in a acrylics. I could go on, but I'll just his website speak for itself. Look him up at

Spiderman Obama Issue Goes Into Fifth Printing

As you may or may not have heard, Barack Obama makes an appearance in Amazing Spiderman #583. Well, the issue has proven to be so popular with collectors, that it has been confirmed that the issue will enter it's fifth printing. It seems everyone is on the Hope Express.

New Movie Channel To Hit The Web First

Another movie channel is hitting the airwaves, but not before it premieres on the internet first. Epix is a conglomeration between MGM, Paramount Pictures, and Lions Gate Entertainment and will feature over 15,000 movies combined from the three studio catalogs. Intended to eventually become direct competition with HBO and Showtime, the new channel will make its entrance as an internet subscription-only service sometime in May of this year...five months before it hits cable and satellite outlets in October.

Senate Votes To Delay Digital TV Transition

Well, well, well. In another surprising display of government preparedness *sarcasm*, the US Senate has voted to put off the digital TV transition that was scheduled to be complete on February 17. Instead, all should be ready four months from now, but the proposal must first go to congress for final approval. Of course, this is in response to the fact that the Federal cookie jar ran out of the promised funds to give a $40 voucher to those who request it for the purchase of a digital converter box. Don't worry Grandma...The Price Is Right is still on.

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