Oh what a week its been boys and girls.
Lots of good (albeit largely late) content on the mighty GG this week.
That leads us into our favorite weekly (and always timely) feature…LinkFrogging.
Yes, we’re back once again with a load of links to mystify your friends and neighbors with this weekend.
And, of course, no list of links would be complete without a slice of cheesecake.
This week proved to be a dilemma for yours truly. With a pair of remakes opening in theaters this weekend, The Karate Kid and The A-Team, I was torn between a pair of contenders.
First, there’s Jessica Biel who stars in The A-Team as army officer charged with bringing in the gang that can’t shoot straight.
Then there was Elisabeth Shue, the love interest in the original Karate Kid movie. She taught a whole generation a different application of “wax on, wax off.”
What’s a GonzoGeek to do?
I’ll tell you.
For the first time ever, you, dear reader, get two different slices of cake.
You can thank me later.
On with the links.
Scientific zombie paper.
Listen, if you dare.
Tricky and the riff from “Ace of Spades” at Miles Davis Hall, Montreaux Jazz Festival.
Geek tech for our soliders.
David’s Iraq deployment blog.
Some fine flying.
If a kid’s thirsty, he’s gonna find SOMETHING to drink.
Tee Pee’s been a great label for a while now.
These cats have some nerve…
…but no more than Pauly Shore!
Awww…isn’t she just the cutest?
…and prayer songs.
Welcome back to Earth bitches! (or, No Wonder Pete Carroll Was So Willing To Move On – The Musical) [OR, Maybe Now Everyone Will Quit Laughing at the Wolverines For A While].
A completely unnecessary but very well executed Mick Jagger filmography.
The northwest region of the Make-A-Wish Foundation is the geekiest, and also the coolest.
Ralph Macchio faces his Karate Kid past.
Alejandro González Iñárritu’s (Amores perros, 21 Grams, Babel) AMAZING full-length World Cup ad for Nike.
This American Life’s Ira Glass opens up about the nature of storytelling, being wrong and more
NPR is broadcasting live from Bonnaroo all weekend with a ton of live sets.
They are also broadcasting Bonnaroo on YouTube, which is like being there but without the persistent dirty hippy smell.
As we prepare for the season finale of Breaking Bad, meet your happy cast of meth(od) actors.
I heard something about a possible NCAA football realignment this week. Did you?
Katy Perry. Lady Gaga. CAT FIGHT! Russell Brand is most pleased.
How Predator should have ended.
These kids today and their crazy X-Games.
Ridiculous Hollywood ripoffs.
Samurai porn star murder.
Best and worst of the 2010 television finales.
A look at The A-Team. How faithful is it to the original?
Is BP holding the Gulf of Mexico hostage? Remember kids, we don’t negotiate with terrorists.
And finally, Mr. T doesn’t like the new A-Team movie fool! (A-Team hat trick! I love it when a plan comes together).
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