The To-Do Lists of Vladimir Putin and Michael Douglas, Under the Dome, & Surprising Google Facts
6/13/2013 3:00:00 PM
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I just finished reading Stephen King’s LOOOOOOOONG book Under the Dome, and I can’t wait for the new TV adaptation to premiere.
I’ll admit I was more excited when it was announced it was a single season mini-series, but now that it’s been extended into a regular ongoing series I’ve got a bit more trepidation that they’ll do right by the story.
Here’s a first look:
In the new movie "The Internship", we get a behind-the-scenes look at Google. So we thought we'd take a closer look at the high-tech giant with the Top Surprising Things You Didn't Know About Google.
They're working on a driverless car so you can spend hours playing "Angry Birds" instead of focusing on the road. So, no difference.
Their headquarters includes restaurants, a spa, and a private movie theater. But enough about them, how are things at the coal mine?
They're known for fresh, new ideas. Unless it involves a movie with Owen Wilson and Vince Vaughn.
Had you invested $100 in it fifteen years ago, you'd now be rich. But still fat.
President Obama has seen your search history, and he is absolutely disgusted.
Google's search engine handles over 1 billion searches per day. And a staggering 900 of them DON'T include the words "Ryan Gosling shirtless."
Google was created by two Stanford students. Meanwhile, the idea of putting beer in a water gun was created by two Arizona State students.
If you Google "Google," your body will dissolve into The Matrix and you can hang with Laurence Fishburne.
When you get drunk while wearing Google Glass, everyone you see seems better looking.
Google? I'm not familiar with it. Let me search it on Ask Jeeves.
You can find two, maybe three pics of Natalie Portman on it.
It almost never goes down. So it doesn't have throat cancer.
His "oral sex causing throat cancer" story has been the talk of Hollywood this week. See if the chaos continues today with the Celebrity To Do List of Michael Douglas.
8:00 A.M. Wake up from a wonderful dream that I've gotten tons of women even though I've always looked like I'm 653 years old. Realize it wasn't a dream.
8:10 A.M. Roll over and gaze lovingly at Catherine's happy face. Now sad face. Now happy face. Now sad, again.
10:00 A.M. Look into camera. Recite line where I accuse another character of sleeping with my wife. Collect check.
11:05 A.M. Smoke half a pack of Marlboros and knock back six shots of Jack Daniels. But yeah, the throat cancer's from oral sex.
1:00 P.M. Get a huge stack of "Thank You" letters from men with throat cancer who say they are getting a lot of attention from women now.
3:50: P.M. Watch ESPN special on my favorite baseball player: Orel Hershiser.
9:05 P.M. Get in bed with Catherine. Expose her to throat cancer. If you know what I'm saying.
It’s summer time, and the livin’ is easy…except there’s NO WALKING DEAD ON TV!!!!!! If you’re like me, you miss that show and can’t wait for season four to begin.
To tide you over, here’s the badass Michonne…
…..AS A JEDI.
We learned this week that after nearly 30 years of marriage, Russia's president is getting a divorce. Let's check how he's moving on with . . . the Celebrity To Do List of Vladimir Putin.
8:00 A.M. Wake up from a horrible dream that the world ran out of daring adventures for me to make up for my tiny penis.
8:30 A.M. Get dressed: pants, shoes, no shirt.
9:00 A.M. Send ex-wife to Siberia.
10:15 A.M. Hang up my dartboard, fraternity paddle and Krokus mirror sign. Man, it's good to be single again.
12:00 P.M. Attend Tiny Dictator Luncheon with Michael Bloomberg.
1:15 P.M. Respond to critics that call me a power-hungry dictator by sending them to the Gulag.
5:10 P.M. Say something bad about homosexuals and then pose for more shirtless pictures.
6:00 P.M. Kill something innocent and cuddly with a crossbow.
7:30 P.M. Stare at someone with cold, dead eyes. In other words, be Russian.
Ann Coulter and Sean Hannity recently had it out on TV, hear the sound by clicking the MP3 link on today’s blog under the pictures.
What do YOU think of their exchange?
Let us know in the comments below.