Tuesday, February 28, 2006


SMT - Stars of Battlestar Galactica Discuss Season Finale - Thursday, March 2nd

WHAT: BATTLESTAR GALACTICA blasts into action with an all-new cast and crew! The SCI-FI Channel presents the 2nd season finale in a two-part drama beginning Friday, March 3rd and concluding Friday, March 10th at 10:00 PM (ET/PT).

Battlestar Galactica is the gripping saga of humanity's last remnants and their struggle to find a new home while fleeing from their deadly Cylon enemies. Redefining the space opera with its gritty realism, Galactica has distinguished itself by the intensity and present day relevance of its stories and the command performances of its ensemble cast. The series confronts everything from religion, politics and sex, to what it really means to be "human.

CREW: Directed Michael Rymer (Queen of the Damned) and Christopher Eric James, written by Ronald D. Moore (Carnivale, Roswell, Mission Impossible: 2) and executive produced by Moore and David Eick (American Gothic, Hercules: The Legendary Journeys), BATTLESTAR GALACTICA stars Emmy and Golden Globe Award Winner Edward James Olmos as "Commander Adama" and Katee Sackhoff (The Education of Max Bickford) as ace fighter pilot "Starbuck." Also starring in the miniseries is Mary McDonnell (ER, Dances with Wolves) and Jamie Bamber (Band of Brothers).

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Visual Aid

When: Thursday, March 2, 2006
Time: 5pm - 9pm
Location: Harwelden Mansion, 2210 S. Main, Tulsa
Cost: Entry is free if you donate an auction item. Adults -$10, Students-$5

Come join us for a silent art auction to benefit student scholarships given by The Art Directors Club of TulsaThe Art Directors Club of Tulsa and Tulsa Ad Federation. Artists and local professionals have donated everything from pantings and photography to theater tickets and gift certificates. Come bid to fill your space and fund their future.

"Fun New Products" kind of...

I was hoping for a lot more... Like a full screen iPod. I feel a little like the boy who wanted a "power ranger action figure" but got socks for xmass.

Apple intros Apple iPod Hi-Fi , Leather iPod case & Intel based Mac Mini.


The Bubble Project

"Or communal spaces are being overrun with ads. Trainstations, streets, squares, busses, and subways now scream one message after another at us. Once considered a "public," these spaces are increasing being seized by corporations to propagate their messages sloely in the interest of profit. Armed with heavy budgets, their marketing tactics are becoming more and more aggressive and manipulative. We the public, are both target and victim of this media attack. --The Bubble Project Manifesto

ze frank

Monday, February 27, 2006

Shock Absorbers

For once there's a good reason to have bouncy breasts in a campaign, as these guys sell sports bras, and the creatives wasted no time seizing the opportunity. Check out shockabsorber.co.uk's bounce-o-meter, to understand how much better their sports bra is compared to regular bras.


The Perfect Man - Kind Of

Not sure on how to review this... but check out Innocent Escapes a bizarre campaign by Brawny (paper towels).

[ze frank]

Basketball Mayhem

Most of you have probably already seen this, but I wanted to share it with you anyway. This is a video of a student with autism playing in an incredibly inspirational basketball game. I can only hope that one day my sweet little Lucy will be able to move people in the same way.


It was all a

I'm very sad... Story


Police arrest George Michael on drugs charges

Police have arrested singer George Michael on suspicion of possessing Class C drugs after he was found slumped at the wheel of a car.

Michael will return to a police station next month
Michael was taken into custody at Hyde Park Corner in central London early yesterday morning, following a call from a member of the public.
The former Wham! star, 42, was checked by paramedics but did not need hospital treatment.
He was initially arrested on suspicion of being unfit to drive, but after being taken to a police station and examined by a doctor this offence was not pursued.
The substances seized by officers are suspected to be cannabis and GHB, a drug also known as liquid ecstasy which is popular with clubbers, according to the Sun newspaper.
A Metropolitan Police spokesman confirmed that a 42-year-old man had been arrested.
"A search of the man revealed what was believed to be controlled substances," he said.
"He has been released on bail to return to a central London police station on a date in late March pending analysis of the substances recovered."
This is not the first time Michael has found himself on the wrong side of the law.
In 1998 the star was arrested for lewd conduct in a public toilet in Los Angeles after being spotted by an undercover police officer.

Friday, February 24, 2006

Development(s) At Showtime

Arrested Development has been picked up for 12 episodes by Showtime!!! (better than fudge

The Rumors Are Flying

No one can say whether it is a factory leak or a photoshopped image. engadget

All Apple is saying is that it they are going to be introducing some "fun new products".

I hope it is real... But I will have to wait unil Feb. 28 to find out.

Thursday, February 23, 2006

Greatest Fug Of All

Check out this report of Whitney's recent performance at the Olympics and be sure to listen to the audio. Girlfriend's voice is to' up! Of course, she blames it on the cold not the crack...

Here she is on her return to the States. You can always count on Whit to get dolled up for her public. You know that fur smells like roadkill.

Wednesday, February 22, 2006

Third Time is the Charm

The WB, I mean CW, hasn't even finished a pilot for it's new Aquaman series yet and they're already on their third lead. Justin Hartley is now set to star in this kinda-sorta spin off of Smallville. Me likey. Me likey, a lot! [Oh La La]

ice ice baby

The culinary art students make ice carving for their semester test.

Time to Cut-A-Bitch

Some a-hole at TVSpy is calling Peter out. Calling Peter a "pre-madonna and hard to get along with." not sure how I would feel about being called a pre-madonna. Does that mean Marilyn Monroe or Jayne Mansfield?

Tuesday, February 21, 2006

Court Allows Church's Hallucinogenic Tea

I think I would start going to Church ... Story

2nd Virus Attacks Mac OS X

Security researchers said Friday they have found a second virus that affects Apple computers running the Mac OS X operating system, further eroding the long-held belief that Mac machines are more impervious to attacks than Microsoft’s Windows-based personal computers. Full Story

Monday, February 20, 2006

Fun at the Zoo

Luckily this didn't happen at Tulsa Zoo - the Baptists would have had the animal put down.

I love YouTube...

Sunday, February 19, 2006

Top 10 Presidential Blunders

LOUISVILLE, Kentucky (AP) -- From engaging in sexual relations with an intern to letting the Vietnam War escalate, U.S. presidents have been blamed for some egregious errors.

So who had the worst blunder? President James Buchanan, for failing to avert the Civil War, according to a survey of presidential historians organized by the University of Louisville's McConnell Center. Full Story


I am off Monday!!

Saturday, February 18, 2006

LED Graffiti

This is just amazing video.

Here is how to make your own.

found on Cool Hunting

Friday, February 17, 2006

It's a Football Thing

It ain't nobody's business but ours...

I don't know when this aired on Mad TV, but it's friggin' hilarious. Via Oh La La

Thursday, February 16, 2006

DJ Earworm

Jason asked me to repost the link to DJ Earworm's site. You may remember my post on his Pussycat Dolls mashup from last summer - his Scissor Sisters mashups are still some of my favs. Earworm's latest release is the epic 22-song mix "What's My Name," which combines Britney Spears, Beyonce, Donna Summer, Maroon 5, Eminem and Kanye West to name a few. Fun!

The Stella Awards

It's time again for the annual "Stella Awards" for the most outlandish lawsuits and verdicts that happened in the U.S. during 2005. (full story in comments)

thanks Becky

Wednesday, February 15, 2006

Geekon Time

Multi-Touch Interaction Research

Tuesday, February 14, 2006

Education Begins at Home

A little bon mot from the Lady Bunny's hilarious blog.

Also check the Brokeback Mountain shopping list. It starts out with beans and bacon and ends with Dom Perignon and Crisco. Need I say more?

And also the Dick Cheney Hunting Trip commemorative t-shirt.

Happy VD

Here are a couple of Valentaines from Gallery of the Absurd.

Nacho Libre

You know I don't like Jack Black but this looks funny.

Monday, February 13, 2006



It's one of the most popular pet treats on the market....so popular that entire shelves in pet shops are devoted to it!
But could this pet treat that so many dogs eagerly devour also be harmful to them?


Sunday, February 12, 2006


BC-Cheney-Hunting Accident,110
Cheney accidentally shoots fellow hunter in Texas
WASHINGTON (AP) -- Vice President Dick Cheney accidentally shot and injured a man during a weekend quail hunting trip in Texas, his spokeswoman said Sunday.
Harry Whittington, 78, was "alert and doing fine" after Cheney sprayed Whittington with shotgun pellets on Saturday at the Armstrong Ranch in south Texas, said property owner Katharine Armstrong.
Armstrong said Cheney turned to shoot a bird and accidentally hit Whittington. She said Whittington was taken to Corpus Christi Memorial Hospital by ambulance.
Cheney's spokeswoman, Lea Anne McBride, said the vice president was with Whittington, a lawyer from Austin, Texas, and his wife at the hospital on Sunday afternoon.
(Copyright 2006 by The Associated Press. All Rights Reserved.)
APTV-02-12-06 1443CST

Saturday, February 11, 2006

Art Directors

It was great to see you all on Wednesday, that basketball game sucked, we should have watched the Grammys. Everyone should come to Bowling and Beer on Thursday! Only $5 and should be fun! Check www.artdirectorsoftulsa.org for more info. Also check out the new forum http://www.artdirectorsoftulsa.com/phpBB2/index.php

Friday, February 10, 2006

homo mojo

Thom, you should enter the HomoMojo Gay Blogger Writing Contest. The topic is "What Home Means to Me..."

The New Video iPod?

Time for my GeekOn ... This just a guess but this is what engadgetthinks the full screen Video iPod might look like. Note the Digital Click Wheel. ThinkSecret thinks they have the low down.

Thursday, February 09, 2006

More Vanity

The Tom Ford issue of Vanity Fair is on stands today. Unfortunately, no naked Jake, but some really amazing photography. Jared has some of the highlights. I LOVE the Reese Witherspoon photo. And Joaquin ain't too shabby either.

Left: Angelina Jolie from the March 2006 issue of Vanity Fair.

Give a Bear Hug

My editor and friend Sean Callahan has a new kids book out — Bear Hug — available on Amazon. It's really cute and, given he has 2 adorable young girls, it's something for the kiddies. Pick it up or pass it along.

Grammys: Madonna vs. Gorillaz

So, Whiskey Wednesday got in the way of the Grammys last night and for some reason they were screening some basketball game at the bar... I think the CGA Gorillaz "Feel Good, Inc."/leotard clad Madonna "Hung Up" opening act was kinda cool. I do agree the Gorillaz thing could have been more exciting, but technologically speaking, it was cool. Madonna - what can I say, the bitch looked fantastic and actually sounded pretty good. I'll be interested to hear what all of you think.

Otherwise, seems like it was the usual blend of fashion tragedies (Teri Hatcher, I hope you are ritually sacrificing your stylist this morning), over-inflated egos (All I'm saying is Kanye is overcompensating for something...) and sappy tributes.

Above: Madonna proves senior citizens can still pole dance, Kanye West and Jamie Foxx relive The Music Man, Teri Hatcher looks like death warmed over and Christina Aguilera looks amazing (whoda thunk?).

Arjan has clips of some of the other performances.

Related: Madonna's "Sorry" video is all over the net. This is by far my favorite song from the new album and the video is hawt. More leotards, rollerskates and a pimped out 70s-themed pussy wagon.

Wednesday, February 08, 2006

Graphic Design Position

I know I already posted this, but thought I would try again. We are in desperate need of a graphic designer while one of ours is on maternity leave! This would only be a 3-month contract job and the artist would need to start in 3 weeks time. This would be a perfect opportunity for someone just finishing school, someone who freelances or someone who is in between jobs. If you know ANYONE you think may be interested, please e-mail me at julie.jones@cnent.com.

Jason — Is there anyone at OSU-Tulsa who would want to do this as a paid internship? They don't have to be Cherokee.

Tuesday, February 07, 2006

Vanity Fair Naked

Buzz over the March Hollywood Issue of Vanity Fair has been building for months. Former Gucci and YSL creative director Tom Ford took the reins as guest artistic director for the issue and got tongues wagging over reports that all the stars in the issue were photographed nude.

Now, Ford and Vanity Fair editor Graydon Carter (hire me please) are talking about he upcoming issue. It appears, thankfully, not everyone is naked. No word on the status of these four: George Clooney, Viggo Mortensen, Heath Ledger and Jake Gyllenhaal.

On the cover: Tom Ford with Kiera Knightly and Scarlett Johansson, photographed by Annie Leibovitz. Not digging Scarlett in this photo, but Kiera looks scorching. Tom Ford is one of the sexiest men alive.

Click here for Ford's nude shot from W along with shots of Tom buffing a Karshner triplet's ass.


Share your Pandora

Pandora is the best DJ/Radio out there. The K.G.B. is the Station I made and listening to. It is very popp-ie. (post your fav station ... just click on the arrow next to your station and "Email this station to a friend" then email it to yourself, Then paste it in the comments.)

UPDATE: I am going to let this post drop... I will be making a subhead in the sidebar ... if you have a station you would like to ad please email it to me.

Mrs. Henderson Presents

Finally saw Mrs. Henderson Presents last night - trying to catch any Oscar nominated films/performances that I haven't seen. What a fun movie! Judi Dench is fabulous - as always - as the rich widow who decides to buy an abandoned theater rather than exile herself to a life of needlepoint and charity luncheons. It's certainly an Oscar worthy performance, though Dame Judi can do this sort of thing before lunch without breaking a sweat.

The young British actress Kelly Reilly also stands out (quite literally) as one of the burlesque stars and British pop sensation Will Young is delicious as the lead male vocalist in Revuedeville - the theater's ever evolving variety show. Young was the winner of Britain's equivalent of American Idol and has gone on to become a major star.

Also - lots o' boobies. This film definately wins the Oscar for most screen time devoted to boobage in a major motion picture.

Related: The yummy Will Young from the cover of Attitude @ ohlalaparis.

Monday, February 06, 2006

Birds of a Feather...

Michael Jackson and the Vatican are considering a collaboration to orchestrate and record some of the prayers of the late Pope John Paul.

You just can't make this shit up... I mean seriously, do none of these people have publicists? Who thought this was a good idea? I have questions...


Date Movie

There is nothing like a well-done stupid movie. Especially when it spoofs half the movies made in the past five years and stars Michelle, I mean Alyson Hanigan. Date Movie, a story of the romance between Julia Jones and Grant Fonckyerdoder, will hit theaters Feb. 17. From the trailer and these stills it seems that no pun goes untouched. And Napoleon Dynamite makes an appearance.

Photos via Just Jared.

Never Too Late for a Sequel

The Dark Crystal 1982

The Dark Crystal 2007

I guess that fact that a Dark Crystal sequel is in the works is actually old news. The Power of the Dark Crystal, the sequel to Jim Henson's 1982 masterpiece, is set to begin production this summer for a fall 2007 release (25 years after the original film). The film was back in the news last week after selection of a director who will update the film by integrating puppet characters into a CGI environment. The story was originally conceived by Jim Henson and is being produced by his children Brian and Lisa Henson. Brian Froud, conceptual designer for the original Dark Crystal and Labyrinth is also on board. Should be uber cool!

Seems the Muppets are having a bit or a renaissance - and I'm not just talking about the Miss Piggy/Jessica Simpson Pizza Hut commerical - not only are the puppets everywhere, but The Jim Henson Company also plans to release a Fraggle Rock movie in 2007.

Friday, February 03, 2006

Fred Phelps to Visit Tulsa

Grand Wizard of the nutjobs, Fred Phelps - you know the Kansas lunatic that protested Matthew Shepard's funeral and, most recently, the funerals of US servicemembers killed in Iraq - will bring his band of loonies down for a protest at the South Tulsa Baptist Church on Sunday. This is the church of former pastor Reverend Lonnie Latham - you know the one arrested for propositioning a male police officer in OKC. Phelps says he is protesting "the hypocritical, fag-invested Southern Baptist Convention." He doesn't know the half of it...

TOHR is mounting a response to the hatemonger's visit. Details in comments.

UPDATE: For some reason, Phelps abandoned his Tulsa protest. Perhaps he needed more time to prepare for his planned demonstration at Coretta Scott King’s funeral on Tuesday.
I'm with Queerty: "...we do hope he goes through with his plans. Why? Because it’ll be sooooo nice to see the man get his ass kicked by an angry mob on national television. "

Baby Names

OK, Melissa asked for it... Friday diversion. Submit your best baby name in the comments. We'll take the five (or so) top submissions and put them in a runoff next week.

Thursday, February 02, 2006

Gonorrhea Lectim

The Center for Disease Control has issued a warning about a new virulent strain of sexually transmitted disease. The disease is contracted through dangerous and high-risk behavior.
The disease is called Gonorrhea Lectim and pronounced "gonna re-elect him."
Many victims contracted it in 2004, after having been screwed for the previous four years. Cognitive characteristics of infected individuals include: anti-social personality disorders, delusions of grandeur with messianic overtones, extreme cognitive dissonance, inability to incorporate new information, pronounced xenophobia and paranoia, inability to accept responsibility for own actions, cowardice masked by misplaced bravado, uncontrolled facial smirking, ignorance of geography and history, tendencies towards evangelical theocracy, categorical all-or-nothing behavior.
Naturalists and epidemiologists are amazed at how this destructive disease, which originated only a few years ago from a bush found in Texas, has spread throughout the country.

Whiskey Wednesday at Arnie's

10 things better than getting berated by your drunk boss at Arnie's on Whiskey Wednesday.

1. Licking hot lava
2. Thinking you went home with Charlize Theron only to waking up next to a drag queen
3. Stepping on a rusty nail
4. Being forced against your will to dress up like a KKK member on Martin Luther King Day
5. Listing to the Banana song on repeat all night.
6. Being dumb
7. Eating glass
8. Running naked through rose bushes
9. Being stuck on an elevator with Gilbert Gottfried
10. Spending a day with George Bush Jr.

oh bliss

Speaking of Top Model, Cycle 6 starts March 8th.

thanks Pink

I have found the limits to my gay-nish

I have never seen a episode of Project Runway, until yesterday when I watch a marathon of this seasons episodes and I have to say that the show is way gay. I mean really how gay does a fashion designer have to be? Do not get my wrong I love fashion but the show did not speak to the designer in me. PR was more about the contestants than about the dresses. Whereas Top Model is about the model, the business, photography and art direction.

Wednesday, February 01, 2006

I wanted to share....

I thought that some of you would be interested to know that I'm going to have a baby boy. Jon and I found out yesterday and we are excited. His name will be Gregory Stephen Moss. The doctor was very sure it was a either a boy or a girl with a penis.