Monthly Archives: November 2013

A Wonderful 109 Yard Kickoff Return. (I have no favored team here, this is just a great video.)

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Jennifer Rostock – “Ins Offene Messer-Jetzt Noch Besser” (full album)

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The Weird Music Video That Is Yello – “Oh Yeah”

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Seal Makes a Friend, Acts Like a Puppy

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How Retta Rolls

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Take Some Talented Graffiti Artists, An Empty Warehouse, and Timelapse Video

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Upright Citizens Brigade – “Ass Pennies”

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Star Trek TNG: The Game (Angry Birds edition)

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Watch “Cool Change Little River Band” on YouTube

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Watch “MR.PIBB-My Sharona!” on YouTube

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A Friendly Otter:

1854 map of the world’s tallest peaks:

The Eisenhower Matrix (or a better way to manage your time):

Snickers commercial, with Tatu:

Weird Al’s “White & Nerdy”, behind the scenes:

Africa is huge!

My new favorite ‘Merica propaganda picture:

Obama the hypocrite:

Patton Oswalt’s TED Talk:

The best movies to watch when you’re high:

John Bull, the fat, British version of Uncle Sam:

Mildly hallucinogenic video:

Song: New Jersey, New Jersey – The Consensus Bureau:

How to save a life:

Is “Legend of the Mystical Ninja” for the SNES worth playing today? (Spoiler: Yes.)

Allie Brosh (Hyperbole and a Half) talks at Google:

The best Skittles commercial ever: The Midas Touch:

Inappropriate laugh track:

Video stores explained to kids:

Cat watching a bird on TV:

The best Vines of October 2013:

13 biggest assholes of Greek mythology:

Scariest books, as voted by Reddit:

Harry Potter: The College Years:

Epic Tea Time with Alan Rickman:
Epic Tea Time (sped up to regular time):

Opening to ABC’s Monday Night Football, 1987:

Pomplamoose – a video for their mashup-song:

Remembering dreams years after the fact:

Eric B & Rakim – Paid in Full:

A pack of man-eating wolves killed in front of Notre Dame cathedral in Paris, 1450. This actually happened:

8 things Marvel got wrong about Thor, according to mythology.

50 most heart-wrenching movies of all time:

Spider chocolate chip cookies (diy):

20 things you might not know about the making of Nightmare Before Christmas:

And 18 more things that weren’t on the list:

Albuquerque Balloon Fiesta (or that other thing that takes place in Albuquerque besides Breaking Bad): (sidenote: I’ve been to this, in 2003, and it’s AWESOME. Just go.)

6 cases of Hollywood ripping off Anime:

South Park: The Stick of Truth (gameplay):

Ah yes, it’s the 7-11 Gundam.

When Mickey Mouse went to Vietnam:

Aww-factory: Tickling and petting a Duck Billed Platypus:

The classic struggle: a mouse tries to take a cracker up a tall (for the mouse) ledge:

Weird anti-Communist propaganda posters:

Amazing Optimus Prime (G1), whose outer body panels you can remove:

Paul Simon is Art Garfunkel’s mustache:

You Can’t Touch Mormon Jesus:

Windows 97 theme. Because before there was Windows 98, there was Windows 97.

The Turtles – Happy Together (isolated vocals, sounds amazing):

Students awkwardly pose for a camera (not realizing they’re being videoed instead):

DJ Steve Porter – Mayor Rob Ford’s Crack Dance:

Wall of Voodoo – Mexican Radio (1983):

You’ve been criticizing yourself for years…

10 major stars who sang backup vocals on not-so-famous acts’ songs:

Return of the Jedi behind the scenes (lost for over 20 years)

Types of atheists:

Don’t keep pet deer:

Bruce Lee’s Fists of Fury (entire film):

Lightning fast disarming:

Leopard vs Porcupine:

Behind the scenes of Pixar’s Blue Umbrella (amazingly detailed animation):

Skeleton in Lava – Epic Halloween decor:!op9t3

Batman: The Deal (comic)

How the old HBO intro was made before CGI:

The (very 928 Porsche) Kelly Corvette Coupe:

Timelapse of a sleeping cat:

Ending the reign of the evil lions:

Evolution of the moon (timelapse CGI):

International air routes of the 1950s (projected in the 1940s):

More WTF anti-Communist propaganda:

Why are the Moon’s craters bigger on the near-side to Earth?

Earth, Wind and Fire – September

Alternate history where Twitter is genuinely disruptive:

Hero veterinarian and his son rescue a 10 point buck, whose antlers were tangled with another buck (who died):

30 Point Buck! Da Yoopers

How one particular teacher yelling at a student deserves a high-five:

First look at the Stephen King – John Mellencamp collaboration musical:

Judge Judy rules a case in under 1 minute:

Taking lazy Rom-Com writing to its logical conclusion (via SNL):

Pretty Dungeons and Dragons maps:!oqcNy

How J Mays helped reshape automotive design in the past 30 years:

Dr Kelso – great life advice:

A brief history of video game title design:


Couple’s break-up is live-tweeted:

Models goofing off for a moment:

20 Pulp Fiction facts you might not know. (I didn’t know #10, and it’s worth reading just for that):

What vacuum cleaner should you buy? (From a vacuum repair technician):

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Watch “Ex-Men: Angel” on YouTube


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Watch “BATMAN: False Start” on YouTube


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Pacific Rim, done as the opening to Power Rangers

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Watch “Muppet Babies – Season 1 Episode 8 – What Do You Want To Be When You Grow Up” on YouTube


At about 18:30 starts a song that still sticks in my head now and then, “Be what you want to be”.

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So It Goes

I was looking for Windows 97 wallpaper (yes, that’s 97, not 98), and I just know that I’ve got the turquoise version buried on Bugloaf’s archives somewhere (probably several times over, actually). I spent a good half-hour looking for it, before doing an image search on Google and locating it in 30 seconds. I found it on this page: like It’s still not “quite” what I’m looking for (mainly, a .jpg), but perhaps the .zip file on the site includes it. At any rate, there was once going to be a Win97, before it got pushed back to 1998. Which is also probably why year-based Windows OS releases were phased out in favor of other methods (ME, XP, 7, 8, etc).

While not an exciting story, it helps to explain how my life sometimes is. I just freaking want to do something one way, when the answer lies with someone else, accessible within 30 seconds. I’d still rather search my own databanks for information, partly because looking through old stuff (memories, quotes) is painful, but it’s also nice to see how far I’ve grown as a person.

You’ve probably noticed that Bugloaf doesn’t exactly update daily anymore. Or weekly. Well, life moves pretty fast, and all that. It’s not that I don’t have the free time to update Bugloaf. It’s that I really need to do some other things more often. This site is incredibly time consuming for a hobby. It’s been a lot of fun, but sometimes I just want to read a book, go for a walk, get some project done around my house, and all that. I don’t tend to surf the internet nearly as much as I used to, so it’s also harder to come up with stuff for this site. The stuff I do grab is pulled almost entirely from sites in my lengthy blog-roll, filled with mostly non-blogs.

I greatly appreciate the thousands of hits I’ve had on Bugloaf over the years, and I’m not closing my doors. But I need to get some me-stuff done. So while I’ll be putting some insane amounts of posts on here every month for sure, I’m not sure if I’ll be updating any more often than that.

I just mainly wanted to give you a heads-up, and to say thank-you for visiting. Presurfer,, and Reddit are waiting for you to visit.

Your webjunk poster,


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November 1, 2013 · 12:44 pm