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By no means are we a political site, nor is this image supposed to send a particular message.  As a favor to a friend, I drew Presidential candidate Mitt Romney as a Borg from Star Trek.  In all honesty, I have never seen the original Star Trek series nor the next series with Patrick Stewart, so I had to Google what it was.  The Resistance is Futile slogan is well known enough in pop culture and I had a blast drawing that awesome optical thingy I put on his head.  What exactly can Borgs do?  Does our boy Mitt have what it takes to be a Borg?

And who in the hell should I vote for come November?  Let me know in the comments and in the poll!

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I’m not huge into politics.  And now that it’s a major election year, being into politics is a really big deal.  I hate that I have to choose from such crazy partisans and that who I do have an opinion for, there are people who exist solely to blast my opinion out of the water with a bombardment of condescending facts that they likely heard once when they flipped through the Fox channel.  Regardless, whenever politics are mashed up with pop culture, I tend to have a stronger love for such things.  Today I compiled a neat gallery of .gifs that compare 2012 Republican Nominee Mitt Romney and Channel 4 Newscaster Brick Tamland.  Political hilarity ensues.

 

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It’s been a long time.  I updated before, promising us starting earlier mid-December.  But I was still on vacation found out that I didn’t want to spend energy doing this type of thing.  So here I am, trying to scramble together enough posts to satisfy the fanbase.  And I’m kicking it off with a quick update with what I’ve been up to and what I’ve seen these past two months.  Below is a list of ten of the awesomest things that have happened to me.  Check below and hope you look forward to the newest installments I have for you guys.

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Hollywood looks like it’s having plans to make entire movies out of popular board games.  We’ve already seen the trailer to 2012’s Battleship [trailer below] and there are already plans for a Ouija Board and Candy Land movies.  So IMDB posted a poll having rather hilarious theoretical plot lines for other popular boardgames.  Here’s what the choices and the spread was.

Question: Which of these movies based on boardgames have the best chance of being made?

Votes Stratego: Russell Crowe leads his red army against Hugh Jackman’s blue army in the war-torn, near-future United States. (32.5%)

In Mousetrap, Christian Bale is an eccentric inventor with a new contraption that could end the world. (17.6%)

Ailing matriarch, Ellen Burstyn tries to bring her kids — Kate Winslet, Julia Roberts, Zach Galifianakis, and Matt Damon — closer together in Connect Four. (11.4%)

A virus in the Congo pits Garrett Hedlund, Olivia Wilde and Oliver Platt against Hungry, Hungry Hippos. (10.6%)

In Twister, Jennifer Aniston and Ryan Reynolds negotiate the perils of a new relationship dot by colored dot. (6.0%)

Jake Gyllen’haal is a medical student with an undisclosed health disorder in the TV show, Operation. (4.9%)

Kristen Stewart plays a blind college student trying to find her swim coach boyfriend in Marco, Polo. (4.6%)

Forensics expert Drew Barrymore follows a series of mysterious tiles that spell “trouble” in Scrabble. (4.5%)

Mark Wahlberg, Chris Evans, Common and January Jones team up to beat the house odds in Yahtzee. (3.8%)

Solitaire: This standalone story, set in the universe of Cast Away, finds Tom Hanks playing out his fate hand by hand. (3.0%)

Hilary Swank crusades to spread worldwide awareness of the Chechen War in Sorry. (1.3%)

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