A post for all you superhero fans. In the upcoming Iron Man movie, Robert Downey Jr. will play the role of Tony Stark, the billionaire businessman who invents a supersuit of armor and becomes a superhero. Continue reading “Robert Downey Jr. = Tony Stark”
Looks like a Wargames sequel is in the works.
So many interesting events in history on this date – picking out just a few interesting is tough. So we’ll cover the purchase of Alaska, the death of Thomas Edison, and the drawing of the Mason/Dixon line. As always, information gathered from The History Channel’s Today in History section. Continue reading “Today in history – Alaska bought, Edison dies, Mason/Dixon line drawn”
I have no idea where I stumbled on the site Not Starring, but it’s a fun read. While looking over the site, I learned that Chuck Norris turned down the role of John Kreese (Cobra Kai Sensei). Of course, anyone who knows the awesomeness of Chuck Norris knows why he had to turn down the role – there is no way Mr. Miyagi could have ever beaten Kreese in the second movie if Chuck Norris played the role.
[tags]More Chuck Norris information, Movies not starring…[/tags]
Bless Bill for letting the world know I’m not the only one who is into the geeky hot-chick look. Writing on his wife’s dislike of wearing glasses (and thinking she looks like a hag doing so), Bill notes:
I’m actually a big fan of the librarian hottie look, which is really what her glasses make her look like. She looks in the mirror, though, and sees something straight out of Macbeth.
And chuckles for the article ending line:
I hope she makes an easy, one-cauldron meal tonight.
Since I have no pics of Gloria, we’ll celebrate geeky hot-chick looks with an image of Lisa Loeb. I don’t know if Ms. Loeb is geeky, but she has the geeky hot-chick look so perfectly done that I just like looking at her. Mmmmmm, I love those glasses. So Eye Candy bonus post here.
[tags]Geeky hot-chick look, The cauldron of t3h hottie-ness[/tags]