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Sign him up! Fan Catches Bat, Saves Beer

Mitch Davie, center right, of Brooklyn, N.Y., makes a one-handed catch of a flying bat off the swing of Atlanta Braves second baseman Dan Uggla, not pictured, during the fifth inning of a spring-training baseball game against the Toronto Blue Jays on Friday, March 4, 2011 in Kissimmee, Fla.

Three things impress me about this photo.

One, photographer David Goldman got this shot. Think about it: Goldman's lens was most likely focused on the playing field, not on the stands to his back. He had to swing his camera to where the bat might land, get it in focus and get the correct exposure. Luckily the bat landed in the same sunny spot as the playing field, so he didn't need to change the exposure.

Two, Goldman got the guy's name. He left his photo position on the field to ask the fan his name, how to spell it and where he's from.

Three, the fan, Mitch Davie, caught the bat with one hand. And he didn't spill his Red Stripe.

Almost Made It: Gotham High

‘Gotham High’, an animated series about teenage Bruce Wayne in high school, never saw the light of day, but concept art from the show has hit the Internet, giving us a look at what could’ve been.

Family Guy = The Office!

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Real carnivores like their food a little dangerous!

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Scooby Who

If the doctor used TARDIS to meet Hanna and Barbara, and then he forced them to iconize him and his dog into a cartoon that would be replayed every weekday morning at nine AM on Cartoon Network, it would look something like this.

 Scooby Who

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25 Years of Pixar Animation

 Celebrating 25 years of Pixar, 12 feature films, and 20 short films. Pixar Animation makes the best films, there's no doubt. Each film is unique and special.

1.Nemo Egg by Thomas Newman (For quote in beginning)
2.Overture by Michael Kamen
3.Kaneda's Death, Pt. 2 (Adagio in D Minor) by John Murphy
4.Hoppipolla by Sigur Ros

Pixar Feature Films Used (In order of release)
Toy Story (1995)
A Bug's Life (1998)
Toy Story 2 (1999)
Monster's Inc. (2001)
Finding Nemo (2003)
The Incredibles (2004)
Cars (2006)
Ratatouille (2007)
WALL-E (2008)
Up (2009)
Toy Story 3 (2010)
Cars 2 (2011)

Short Films: Adventures of Andre and Wally B., Luxo Jr., Red's Dream, Tin Toy, Knick Knack, Geri's Game, For the Birds, Mike's New Car, Boundin', Jack-Jack Attack, Lifted, Presto, BURN-E, Partly Cloudy, Day & Night, Hawaiian Vacation.

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I’m always gonna reblog Zoolander!  It’s just the greatest movie ever made!  And besides, I’ve always been really, really, ridiculously good looking! 
I can’t wait for Zoolander 2!

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Romantic Regrets

Source of Regret

When it comes to romantic relationships, have you ever made a decision that you regretted?

You’re not alone. A new study by Neal Roese, Kellogg professor of marketing, finds that romance is the most common source of regret among Americans. Other common sources of regret include family interactions, education, career, finances and parenting.

For the study, Roese and Mike Morrison of University of Illinois at Urbana-Champaign analyzed data from a telephone survey of 370 adult Americans. Subjects were asked to describe one regret in detail, including the time in which the regret happened and whether the regret was based on an action or inaction.

“We found that one’s life circumstances, such as accomplishments or shortcomings, inject considerable fuel into the fires of regret,” Roese said. “Although regret is painful, it is an essential component of the human experience.”

Key findings from the study include:
  • About 44 percent of women reported romance regrets versus 19 percent of men. Women also had more family regrets than men. About 34 percent of men reported having work-oriented regrets versus 27 percent of women reporting similar regrets. Men also had more education regrets than women. 
  • Individuals who were not currently in a relationship were most likely to have romance regrets. 
  • People were evenly divided on regrets of situations that they acted on versus those that they did not act on. People who regretted events that they did not act on tended to hold on longer to that regret over time. 
  • Individuals with low levels of education were likely to regret their lack of education. Americans with high levels of education had the most career-related regrets.
“Past research on regrets focused on samples of college students, which made it difficult to glean insights into the wider population,” Roese said. “This research, however, offers a unique and more thorough look into the psychology of regret to further understand how regret connects to life circumstances and its impact on decision making.”

The study, “Regrets of the Typical American: Findings from a Nationally Representative Sample,” will be published in a forthcoming issue of Social Psychological and Personality Science.

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Bruce Lee's Definite Chief Aim

Letter Of Note of the Day 

In 1969, a relatively unknown 28-year-old actor/martial artist named Bruce Lee sat down to pen a letter to his future self outlining what he termed his “definite chief aim.” 

Transcript is as follows:
My Definite Chief Aim
I, Bruce Lee, will be the first highest paid Oriental super star in the United States. In return I will give the most exciting performances and render the best of quality in the capacity of an actor. Starting 1970 I will achieve world fame and from then onward till the end of 1980 I will have in my possession $10,000,000. I will live the way I please and achieve inner harmony and happiness.
Bruce Lee

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Keanu Reeves is Immortal

Here is the proof

First - He doesn't age

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Second - Being immortal he lived through time with many identities. These are the confirmed ones.

Charlemagne (748-814)

Hosted by Aside from the striking resemblance, the account of the death of Charlemagne rise suspicion.
First of all he crowned his son just before dying (just like he knew he was going to 'die') secondly his burial was rushed during cold weather this is a clear hint that they needed to bury a body to not rise any suspicion.

Paul Mounet (1847-1922)

Hosted by Aside from the striking resemblance, there are sevaral facts that without any reasonable doubt shows that Paul Mounet is Keanu Reeves.
He was a doctor first and then an actor, the rise of the medical science could've been a problem to an immortal, by becoming a baron of the medicine he gained protection from any kind of inquiry about his everlasting appearance.
Paul Mounet allegedly died in 1922 although his body was never found.
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Third - The kindness he possess is the spawn of a long and sage life.

Keanu is one of the few actors that truly respects the work of the people behind the scenes of hollywood movies, is it clear that during his everlasting life he came to appreciate the hard work so he decided to give away 50 millions pounds (out of 70) of his earnings from the matrix sequels. When asked about his act of generosity he said:
"Money is the last thing I think about. I could live on what I have already made for the next few centuries".

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The 6 Greatest Videogame Theories on the Internet

Videogamers and conspiracy nuts share a lot of common ground: both spend most of their time indoors, both post long, meandering tirades on internet message boards, and both stare at flickering screens all day. The only difference is that one group is playing Xbox, and the other is flipping frame-by-frame through Obama’s inauguration speech trying to spot his lizardman tail. But sometimes the groups overlap, and we end up with some crazy theories about our favorite games. Strap on your tinfoil hats, sheeple: here are six of the weirdest videogame fan-theories out there.

6) Pokemon: You Killed Gary’s Raticate

Gary Oak (or “Blue” or “Douche”, as you probably called him), pops up every now and then in the first generation of Pokemon games, battling you whenever it’s least convenient and generally being a snarky pain in the ass. Sympathy for this jerk was pretty low until early last year, when someone spread this story around the net:


In short, Gary has a Rattata / Raticate that is a staple of his lineup all the way to the S.S. Anne. After you pummel his team onboard the ocean liner, the next time you see him he’s visiting Lavender Town, the final resting place for dead Pokemon. His Raticate is nowhere to be seen. Did the brutal onslaught of your Poke-skills lay his stalwart companion to rest? Are… are you the real “Douche” in this game? Man, I need to go sit down.

5) Super Mario Bros. 3: It’s Just a Stage Play

The Internet had its collective mind blown when this image started making the rounds sometime last year:

And it makes some damn good points: The curtain rises at the beginning of the game and closes at the end. The platforms are bolted to the backgrounds or supported by rope. Mario exits stage right into darkness once he finishes a level. I could go on, but there’s no need to relive the childhood-crushing truth. It’s almost as bad as that time I found out Santa was Tim Allen.

4) Earthbound: Giygas is a Fetus

Earthbound is a very fun, very weird RPG with a huge cult following and a very memorable final boss battle. At first glance, it looks like standard Japanese RPG fare. You’re a group of young heroes pitted against a force of huge, insane, incomprehensible evil that goes by the name of Giygas. His final form is a swirling, shrieking mass, with no rhyme or reason to his… wait. There’s something familiar about that shape… oh. Oh shit:

Yep, the corridor leading up to the battle looks like a cervix and the boss himself looks like a fetus. That combined with the fact that you were sent back in time to fight him in his vulnerable form has led some to draw the conclusion that you are, in fact, aborting the world’s most evil baby. Oh, and his lines of creepy, babbling dialogue? Those were taken from a rape victim in a movie the developer saw. Told you this game was weird.

3) Diablo: The Secret Cow Level

In the mid-nineties, game forums and message boards were teeming with ridiculous theories about a cow level in the original Diablo; a secret area populated by demon bovine and a powerful cow king. Some speculated that by clicking on the Tristram cows a certain number of times, you could summon a portal that would transport you there. Others claimed that it was reachable by performing an insane fetch quest or by engaging in a particular action on a certain day of the year. The rumors were officially dispelled in Starcraft with the inclusion of the code, “there is no cow level” that allowed users to automatically win the game. However, the theory was so popular that Blizzard would eventually add a cow level to Diablo II. The lesson in all of this? Ask for stupid shit and ye shall receive stupid shit.

2) Legend of Zelda: Link Meets His Own Ghost

Since the Legend of Zelda series takes place over the course of centuries, nearly every “Link” you play is just a new reincarnation of the same Hero of Time. You’d think the Hyrulians would notice that every hundred years or so, a jerk named “Ganon” kidnaps a princess named “Zelda” who is then rescued by some green-clad elfboy named “Link.” But no, they’re too busy sweeping their porches and raising their murder chickens. Go figure. In any case, these incarnations have never met one another. OR HAVE THEY?

In the beginning of Majora’s Mask, Link enters the Lost Woods without a fairy to guide him, despite having been explicitly told that anyone who does that is cursed to be lost and transformed into a Stalfos. Flash-forward a hundred years or so to the events of Twilight Princess, where this game’s Link runs into a character called “The Hero’s Shade,” who claims to be the ghost of a past hero. This suspiciously Stalfos-looking character responds to songs from Majora’s Mask, and teaches Link sword techniques that can only be learned by those of “the hero’s bloodline.” He also tells the current Link to “believe in your strengths,” the same advice that was given to Link back in Majora’s Mask. Is this a touching reunion between past and future-self? And if so, where is our game starring skeleton ghost Link!? Forget this nancy-pants green tunic garbage, I want to carve up Moblins as a skull-faced phantom knight.

1) Pokemon: Cubone & Kangaskhan’s Missing Link

Kangaskhan is a bit of an oddity – a kangaroo Pokemon that doesn’t evolve, and when hatched, is born complete with a “baby” version of itself in its pouch, even though it’s never a baby at all. Weird, to be sure, but they’re magic monsters, so they’ve got some slack in the weird department. But players also noticed that the baby Kangaskhan bore a striking resemblance to a Cubone, an “orphan” Pokemon abandoned by its mother. After years of speculation, the great Internet Theory Engine cranked out the following logical deduction:

• Prior to the original game’s release, Cubone eventually evolved into Kangaskhan.

• The developers must have removed the ‘missing link’ Pokemon that connected Cubone and Kangaskhan, and replaced it with the non-evolving Marowak.

• Rather than deleting this missing link, the developers brushed it under the digital carpet by simply giving it a Pokemon index number of zero.

If you played the first two Pokemon games, you might recognize that index number as belonging to either MissingNo or ‘M, the game glitch Pokemon that you can find surfing off the coast of Cinnabar Island. Coincidence? Obviously.
Except that when ‘M levels up, IT EVOLVES INTO MOTHERFUCKING KANGASKHAN. HOLY LIVING CRAP. Mom! Call the FBI! Ask for Agent Mulder!

Source: Owen Parsons, The 6 Greatest Videogame Theories on the Internet, Dorklyst, 17 March 2011