These are some things I have clicked on recently:
A new Spike Jonze directed commercial for the Gap where customers and employees alike trash a Gap store. Apparently this is because the Gap is redesigning all of its stores. I don't know if this commercial is on TV yet, but it sounds like it airs with different music playing than what is played here, which is too bad, as this is good music Spike has picked out. (everything I just said is just stuff I found out from the very page I'm liking you to, so I'm redundant.)
It's nice if blogs have themes. Like, maybe a good theme for a blog would be patterns? Patterns from Brazil.
At the beginning of Monday night's fine new episode of Arrested Development they showed Buster getting his hook stuck in the dash of the stair car as he did the robot to Mr. Roboto. If you didn't already know, that was a joke about how Tony Hale (being the actor that plays Buster) "starred" in that commercial where the guy is dancing to Mr. Roboto in a VW Golf.
And last but not least, the teaser trailer for X-Men 3 is online. First impression: Storm likes to spin a lot. Cyclops has lots of fillings. A good way to figure out who is dead is to figure out who isn't at the funeral. Look at Jean Grey walking with Magneto's group of bad guys. Juggernaut, hmmm, I don't know what I think. Beast, hmmm, I'm not sure what I think. I was frustrated with X-Men 2 because I felt it didn't advance the "story" of the X-Men at all and thought the main villain (Col. Stryker) was lame. It doesn't seem this one is up to much interesting either . . . what I want is a new and awesome villain. Unless some of those laser blasts are coming from unseen Sentinels, I'm probably going to be let down by this movie. That said, it's a pretty well put together little teaser. If I don't think about it too much, I like it. Too bad I think so much.