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The WordPress.com stats helper monkeys prepared a 2012 annual report for this blog.

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19,000 people fit into the new Barclays Center to see Jay-Z perform. This blog was viewed about 70,000 times in 2012. If it were a concert at the Barclays Center, it would take about 4 sold-out performances for that many people to see it.

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I felt the Earthquake today and I knew right away that it was an earthquake. I know we have had minor earthquakes in Cleveland before but that was the first one that I ever felt. The tectonic plates have shifted and the world somehow feels different now. One of Nacho Donut’s Donuts was actually inside of the Washington Monument and was forced to eject. He is telling us that the Washington Monument is now bent. When we tried to upload the exclusive picture to TwitPic it said that we were forbidden. This is very suspicious. They do not want the world to know that the monument is bent but it is true.

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There is a new tab at the top of the Nacho Donut page called the Random Post Generator. It is pretty self explanatory and will give you access to hundreds of Nacho Donut posts that you may have never seen before.

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For this video, Spike Jonze filmed The Pharcyde doing a bunch of shit backward and then played it backward so it looks normal. Sort of. Kind of weird actually, but definitely one of the most creative uses of the art form. Plus Dilla did the beat so it’s an extra treat! A little Breeders at the end for the patient ones…

The Pharcyde “Drop”

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This is a live webcam broadcasting from hell showing what the some of Somali Pirates are up to these days. A lot of people are saying that this pirate situation is somehow our fault because we are not giving enough aid to Somalia. I am going to have to disagree with that because I am pretty sure I saw one of those Pirates rocking an old Nike T-shirt that I gave to goodwill a while back. If anyone is to blame for the situation it is Disney. Pirates of the Caribbean has twisted their minds. The ladies love Johnny Depp so much that these Somalians are now convinced that becoming a pirate is the best way to pick up women.


This was shot for the Isaac Newton movie but I have adapted it to current events.

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This is a frog getting slimed in slow-motion and then reversed. This occurred in my garage a couple of weeks ago while filming Newton’s Laws. I don’t know where it will fit in. Probably in the every action causes an equal and opposite reaction category. Needless to say, things got quite a bit more violent than what you see here. I am a scientist and I take these experiments very seriously. I don’t like the direction slime is headed and I don’t think it is being used the way it should be. I am just like this frog because you can try to slime me but it will not stick to me for very long. I will get a job at Nickelodeon based off of this clip alone.

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This is the second week of the drop. As I stated last week, this is for a limited time only. I don’t know how many weeks I will continue this series. I am making a film profiling Newton’s laws of motion. My intention is to ultimately make a trilogy with each successive film dropping and smashing increasingly larger and more expensive items. This project will roughly take about five years. The tentative titles for the films in the trilogy are as follows : Newton’s Laws, Newton 2010, and SuperNewton. Super Newton is the dream project but I will need several years of planning and a budget in order to properly do it. The money I make off of Newton’s Laws will fund Newton 2010 and the exposure I gain from Newton 2010 will hopefully get me a sponsorship from Fig Newton’s. If I can not acquire the necessary funds I have a back up plan which will involve people donating things that they want to be smashed or dropped to me. I have a feeling a combination of the two plans is probably the most likely scenario to occur and that should be good enough.

This concept started many years ago. It first involved a watermelon and Riverpark apartments. Then we dropped a plastic lunch bag which was set ablaze. A few years later we dropped a TV off a roof. Then a computer. This is something which truely never gets old and I have found that it is a good way to teach people about science. This is my destiny.

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