[Alt text from XKCD: “We watched DAYTIME TV. Do you realize how soul-crushing it was? I’d rather eat an iPad than go back to watching daytime TV.”]
[Incredible 100% LEGO Roller Coaster with Corkscrew] (Viewer #45,102)
Go to Graph TV, type in the name of a TV series, and it will return a graph that looks something like this (I’m using “Community” as an example):
X-axis is the episode number.
Y-axis is the IMDB rating for that episode.
Each season is a different color, and it has a trend line drawn through the data points, telling you whether people thought the season got better or worse along the way.
Apparently “Community” Season 4 really stunk (and I have to admit, it kinda did). I’m glad to see that season 5 seems to have found the old groove again.
Anyway, click the link, plug in your favorite TV series, come back here, and tell us what you learned.
[Think you have a link that’s IMAO-worthy? Send it to firstname.lastname@example.org. If I use your link, you will receive High Praise! (assuming you remember to put your name in the email)]
Productivity Tip: Avoid a time-wasting meeting by burning down the office.
— Tim Siedell (@badbanana) March 28, 2014
All it takes to turn me into a sweating interrogation subject is for someone to ask whether I washed the fruit we're eating.
— Jason Miller (@longwall26) March 28, 2014
Fight the power! Punch a lighbulb in the mouth! Jump kick into a wind turbine! Headbutt the sun!
— Post-Culture Review (@PostCultRev) March 28, 2014
"i really want to pet a dog right now" -me all of the time forever
— jon hendren (@fart) March 28, 2014
I can never tell if Periwinkle is a color, a flower, a toy dog breed or a terrible rap name.
— Robert Brockway (@Brockway_LLC) March 28, 2014
A new report shows that it costs Detroit $32 to process a $30 parking ticket.
I’m sure the city’s leaders will go for the obvious solution: writing more tickets until people stop parking illegally.
Chip in $5 to help more people get the information they need to get covered: http://ofa.bo/fIV
“Because the $1 trillion you’re already coughing up for Obamacare isn’t enough lipstick for this pig.”
Works like this: I feed you Moon Nukers a straight line, and you hit me with a punch line in the comments.
A 5.1 magnitude earthquake hit Los Angeles. Liberals are upset because…
A while ago, I received some art from 4of7, regular visitor and commenter on IMAO. He is an artist, and has his own blog, Little Worlds, where you can view some of his art.
Here’s another one of the pieces of art 4of7 shared, and that I’m please to now share with you.
Be sure to visit his Website to see more of his art.
Click here to see if you made the cut.
If you did, you should probably email Keln about becoming a guest blogger there.
If you didn’t, Anonymiss has got another straight line for you to practice on.
UPDATE: Someone tell Frank & Basil that Anonymiss is talking about them behind their backs.
We’re surrounded by miraculous things, but rare is the person who get to see them for what they truly are.
The reason you see such joy in small children is they see the world for what it truly is, with no preconceived notions.
Since no one asked me, I don’t really find Colbert funny, but I don’t care about this controversy either.
My main tip on being a good writer is to somehow come into possession of skills you were born lacking. Like consume a soul or something.
This leads to a number of obvious jokes, but I can’t print any I came up with because they all involve vulgarity.
Yes, I don’t speak vulgarity, but I think them constantly. I’m a raging cuss storm inside.
In an interview with Ryan Seacrest, President Obama complained that he was “unfairly maligned” for wearing mom-jeans at the 2009 MLB All-Star game.
Well, I guess he has a point. I have to admit that they aren’t as bad as that dunce cap and clown nose that Putin is making him wear right now.
[Jurassic Park T-Rex Chase – Homemade Shot for Shot] (Viewer #16,449)
See also: the side-by-side comparison video.
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