What you are seeing above is a real actual screenshot for the 2014 Emmy Awards. The category is "Writing For A Variety Special," and ... the "67th Annual Tony Awards" is a nominee.
If there's any emotional arc the award-giver can relate to, it's the arc of giving out awards.
can you imagine what a head rush the disney pr exec had when they conceptually realized this symbiotic, wild synergistical dreamland campaign at the meeting table that day
probably had a heart attack, died on the spot before suggesting it
disney mindtech squad rushes in along with Many Amazing Machines to quickly analyze his dying thoughts before they go dark
"I'VE FOUND IT ... OH GOD IT. IS. POTENT" [dies]
[another set of machines are wheeled in]
hey now ... whoa ... having too much fun here ... oh christ
Julie Nolke: Explaining the Pandemic to my Past Self (Pt 1 / Pt 2)
RIP Herb Stempel, quickest on the buzzer for the "Quiz Show Scandals 1950s" category. Got caught in the info quicksand, ran into this:
Barry: We have enclosed our contestants in separate shiny sound-and-smell-proof booths, and I now go over to Maurice for the first question of the first "pilot" of Twenty-One ever in the history of ever. Who invented the mercury thermometer?
Maurice: Hurrrrrrrrrg. Joe Mercury.
Barry: No I'm sorry, that is incorrect. Let's go over to Marian. Mercury ... thermometer. Inventor of.
Marian: Errrrrrrrrrrrrrrrrrrrrrrm. Joe Mercury?
Joe Geritol [watching show remotely from Geritol Pill Field]: AHHHHHHHHHHHHHH WHAT THE FUCK YOUUUUUUUUUUUUUUUUUUUUUUU CHUMPS!!!!!!111!!!11 [chops at stalk of budding Geritol plant with machete] REEEEEEEEEEEEEEEEEEEEEEEEEEEEEEEEEE
Okay I'm done. The comedy jokes have finished. Here's the actual pilot for Twenty-One.
nearly the first two minutes of "i wanna be adored" is intro
radio stations hate this one weird trick
also: getting tired of youtube no-embed horsepuck. the video link is here because it's so, so hard to provide that when you pull that generic "unavailable" bullshittery.
Tootsie Roll advertisement (1954). Your store's layout is problematic. Point-of-post-sale (POPS) was a big thing in the 50s. In this particular store, the shelves block egress. You are not allowed to leave. You must continue to consume Tootsie Roll product. It's like Vivarium but it's deeper.
YOUR TOOTSIE ROLLS GIVE THEM TO ME CHILDREN ARE INGEST SWEET SUBSTANCE
not a lot of people are aware George Lucas almost died in an automobile accident but his life was saved by an arrow
1946 Typatune advertisement.
Necco Luncheon. Five ingredients. Can't really relate to this, I've developed a 21st century taste for the delicious synergy of at least 25 different ingredients fighting each other, trying to keep the whole thing from exploding in your face.
San Francisco, 2010.
1949 Sandee Play-Safe Creep-Ass "Teaching" toy. There's too much here, a feast for the senses.
Three films I have recently personally seen with my own face that probably aren't the best things to be watching during a lockdown. Also please note the last one, Vivarium, is horrid. I do not recommend it.
It seems a bit odd to watch travel videos during quarantine, but here we are. I mean, here I am, you should be over there [points way over there]. I have been chunking through Travel Man; the first ten seasons or so were hosted by Richard Ayoade. Here is a bit with Paul Rudd & Richard tasting double-salted licorice. Which I enjoy. The licorice.
Ol' Timer ‒ Uncanco Candy Co., Davenport IA.
Left: found online, 2013. Right: found online, 2020.
Only days after encountering that puny kid in the ad with the whoopee cap/jughead cap, I ran into these photos I took at the 2018 Alameda County Fair of someone's whoopee cap collection.
kiwami japan: sharpest candy kitchen knife in the world
Say, you like readin', doncha? Well perhaps you would enjoy Adventures With The Mojave Phone Booth, a book about the exciting time Doc became interested in a phone booth in the desert and it became a worldwide superstar object thing. I typeset the book just for you! Buy seventeen copies, give sixteen to friends.