Uh, so we're not completely sure what to make of this trailer for the Japanese animated series "Cat Shit One" (?!), which features a specialized squad of mercenary sniper rabbits duking it out in the desert with turban-clad camels. Don't be fooled by the cute-and-fluffy tail action -- these bunnies are killing machines.
Of all the endings that "Sopranos" aficionados may have anticipated, Sunday night's series finale probably defied almost of all their expectations, for better or for worse. Judging by the fans' reactions on the HBO site that night, "for worse" may be the majority opinion. Contributor Sheerly Avni weighs in on the controversial send-off of Tony and his famiglia. Warning: Spoiler alert.
The Alaska senator whom Jon Stewart (and much of the world) has mocked mercilessly for his infamous "series of tubes" diatribe on Internet fundamentals, says he'd consider appearing on "The Daily Show" to defend himself Stewart has yet to extend the offer .
Sen Ted Stevens' near-incoherent speech before Congress last week about Internet fundamentals ("It's a series of tubes") quickly made him a national laughingstock But his defenders say Stevens simply used imprecise language, and that he really knows his Net stuff You decide:
Check out a glorious techno mash-up song of Sen. Ted Stevens' instantly infamous speech last week on Internet technologies, in which the 85-year-old chairman of the Senate Commerce Committee--which is debating Net Neutrality--betrayed his woefully inadequate grasp of Net fundamentals. (h/t: Crooks and Liars)
The actor best known for portraying an Army doctor on the TV show "M*A*S*H" writes that the HBO documentary series "Baghdad ER," about an Army emergency hospital in Iraq, made him want to scream in rage and frustration at the people who created this war.