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foxymoonheart noticed that the sequel to The Last Unicorn is now online for your enjoyment, gratis.

Sounds like an deeply fascinating forthcoming production (Sep 19 & 26) on BBC2: Stephen Fry - The Secret Life of the Manic Depressive. Here's the trailer.

How do you dance with a bag? Quite easily.

mycroftb pointed out this clip (audio not in sync, unfortunately) from the Drew Carey show, featuring a squirrel suit. Not exactly up to the standard of andysquirrel's, but still, better handled than I'd have expected from US network television. And really quite sweet.

keihound and spidermouse might enjoy this cat-chasing rat, and why choose rat milk?

Well, here's a movie that'll piss off all the right people: gay Palestinian/Israeli love, in "The Bubble". ^_^

There's something curious addictive about the London Underground Tube Diary - now with added photos of tails taken by the perplexed correspondent.

Perhaps not news, but still, interesting to see confirmation of a second Doctor Who spinoff, "The Sarah Jane Adventures", aimed at a younger audience. Meanwhile, Torchwood appears to be destined for its debut on Sunday Oct 22 in the UK, though that still remains unofficial.

The ultimate demotivational poster.

How very Penny Arcade.. the Pac-Man belt. (The "Supreme Edition" Darth Vader costume is pretty cool too, but it costs the same as a hundred Pac-Man belts)

Wouldn't this make a positively fabulous t-shirt? (Thanks to patch_bunny for finding that =:)

And how about this bun rabitguy noticed? (Almost safe for work, but not quite)
 
 
 
 
 
 
When I spotted this description of the Scissor Sisters, I knew I had to find out more. Perhaps this track will demonstrate their fabulousness.

Wondermark looks at baby measurements. ^_^

Ooh! A new Dr Seuss animation - Horton Hears a Who! - and it actually could be a good one. It's from Blue Sky, best known for Ice Age, but less known for the truly wonderful Bunny.

Well, that's a quote I can't say I recall hearing anywhere else.. "Squirrel butts don't glow", from Tideland, a recent movie from Terry Gilliam, and no less disorienting than most of his works. Recommended, in part for the strength of the lead, playing Jeliza-Rose, whose father takes her to the plains after her mother dies of a heroin overdose. (On screen, too. She helpfully prepares her father's syringes for him, with Jeff Bridges perfectly cast)

I think I've found the laptop speakers I want: Miglia's Diva. Combined frequency response is 80Hz - 20kHz, the sizes are ideal for stuffing into a laptop bag, weighing under 2lb in total, and the PSU is suitable for usage worldwide.

On college majors, of an accidentally lapine nature. ^_^