When you cry manly tears of manliness

End of Watch.

That is all.

Played though the 3rd episode of The Walking Dead last night. My god.

DanyBoy wrote:

Played though the 3rd episode of The Walking Dead last night. My god.

Just wait.

Jack Hoffman is a diehard Nebraska fan battling brain cancer. Last season, he formed a bond with Nebraska running back Rex Burkhead and has become an inspiration for the Huskers ever since.

So, during the fourth quarter of the spring game, Hoffman, who was dressed in a Nebraska uniform complete with an oversized helmet (no pads), lined up in the backfield, got the hand off and ran the ball in for a long touchdown.

Dammit, Vega...

With 2 boys myself, that just makes me f*cking weak.

That has seriously screwed up what that kid will expect from buskers in the future...

Agreed. Very cool.

Dusty in the room...

Rubb Ed wrote:

Dusty in the room...

The old sack of guts on a stick, trick.

Cargo? Australia? I can't check it out at work but please tell me that's a cinematic interpretation of the Men at Work album!

Dr_Awkward wrote:

Cargo? Australia? I can't check it out at work but please tell me that's a cinematic interpretation of the Men at Work album!

You could wish. Dusty my arse. More like a punch to the liver. Gorgeous work, but you better watch it alone or with the door closed and more than one handkerchief at hand.

momgamer wrote:
Dr_Awkward wrote:

Cargo? Australia? I can't check it out at work but please tell me that's a cinematic interpretation of the Men at Work album!

You could wish. Dusty my arse. More like a punch to the liver. Gorgeous work, but you better watch it alone or with the door closed and more than one handkerchief at hand.

I've got a one year old and that had me blubbering. Greatest Dad ever.

EDIT: I worry about Mrs P sometimes. Her reaction was. "that was cool."

Prozac wrote:
momgamer wrote:
Dr_Awkward wrote:

Cargo? Australia? I can't check it out at work but please tell me that's a cinematic interpretation of the Men at Work album!

You could wish. Dusty my arse. More like a punch to the liver. Gorgeous work, but you better watch it alone or with the door closed and more than one handkerchief at hand.

I've got a one year old and that had me blubbering. Greatest Dad ever.

EDIT: I worry about Mrs P sometimes. Her reaction was. "that was cool."

My favorite part was how they are burying him at the end. They went from "Yep, that's another zombie." To "We are honoring this badass heroic son of a bitch."

F*ck. That was awesome. The onion-cutting ninjas were in my office tonight.

That was brilliant work... Parenting at it's most extreme, loved it, now to mop up the iPad.

I finally read the last Harry Potter book and cried a little bit on the subway. I'm pretty sure the couple opposite me noticed and felt bad because they thought I had received some bad news about family or something... nope. It was Harry Potter.

Edwin wrote:

Spacebound

The mixture of cute and tragic is like a dagger in my heart.

Edwin wrote:

Spacebound

Beautiful.

Edwin wrote:

Spacebound

It just got really dusty in here all of a sudden.

Edwin wrote:

Spacebound

My allergies are acting up.

Edwin wrote:

Wolfsong

That did me, I'm not even gonna claim allergies or dust here - no one would believe me anyway.

I have been reading some Isaac Asimov to my sons lately, and we ended up reading "The Ugly Little Boy." I hadn't read that story in 20 years, but I had strong memories of a TV version, so I know how it goes. As a parent I figured it would hit me a lot harder than it did when I was a teen, and sure enough I was tearing up at the end. Classic story.

PRG013 wrote:
Edwin wrote:

Spacebound

My allergies are acting up.

Edwin wrote:

Wolfsong

The description:
A mother wolf breaks into a hunter's den and takes back her cub, only to find it a motionless trophy. She sings a lullaby hoping that the cub would finally sleep.Little does she know that a young hunter stalks them back from the den.

I'll just save myself the trouble and start welling up now, thank you.

Searching through some old Anime titles of mine I stumbled across Voices of a Distant Star. I thought it was a 'pretty nifty' idea when I was younger, now, it just floored me.

m0nk3yboy wrote:

Searching through some old Anime titles of mine I stumbled across Voices of a Distant Star. I thought it was a 'pretty nifty' idea when I was younger, now, it just floored me.

Sounds neat. Wish it was available from NetFlix.

Landfill harmonic.

It's been a dusty week.

Last nights Rays-Red Sox game.

These always get me.