With all this talk lately about green energy, I think it's high time we start seriously considering electric eels as viable sources of clean energy. If all it takes is one eel to power your Christmas tree this year, then all you'd need to host an awesome holiday party would be one extra eel to power the stereo, a few more for the fridge, TV, and karaoke machine, and maybe a little one for the doorbell. You know - so you'll know when the guests show up. Tell everyone to come around 9:30. That should leave you plenty of time to drive your creepy eel-powered car down to the pet store to buy a whole shitload of eel food.
With 2008 just around the corner, the web is abuzz with end-of-the-year lists on just about every topic you can think of. Whether it's news stories, celebrity gossip, gadgets, or films, it seems like pretty much everyone with an internet connection and a pulse has something definitive to say about some aspect of 2007. I thought about doing a list myself, but I decided that would be too much work. Which brings us to this week's theme: end-of-the-year best-of lists. Just in a general sort of way.2007: The Year of the List
So I'm reading this Yahoo! News article about the best and worst autograph signers of 2007, learning all about "who's cool -- and who's cruel" in Hollywood, when I start wondering: who comes up with this shit? Who are these people who are able to put together a definitive list on this subject?
Upon further reading, not only did I learn that the answer is Autograph Magazine, but I also found out that Will Ferrell has turned into an asshole and Russell Crowe has gotten better. Thanks for the heads-up, Autograph Magazine.
At least now I know exactly what magazine to subscribe to if I ever get really into collecting autographs. Not that I would ever do that, of course. I DEFINITELY don't do that now, especially. Nope - I definitely do NOT already subscribe to Autograph Magazine, and I'm definitely not sitting near a giant stack of back issues... right next to my HUGE AUTOGRAPH COLLECTION. No way. That's definitely not what's happening right now.