Top 10 British Culinary Delights

“I knew that British food had a somewhat dubious reputation abroad but always thought it was a bit of a joke. Then I mentioned to someone that my favorite food is boiled bacon, meaning a gammon joint, and they refused to believe that we really do boil meat. Nothing beats a few slices of boiled bacon, served with English mustard, in a warm buttered roll. So in defense of Britain’s food, here is a list, in no particular order, of some British dishes which are definitely worth a try if you ever come across them.” w/ photos

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Girl Sneezes 39 Times In A Row!

“I filmed a girl in my art class sneezing 39 times in a row. And yes this is completely real… this happens every time she sneezes.” — DjMeechTV

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Metal Wall-E

This Wall-E metal sculpture was made by the guys at Kreatworks, and is made from a variety of old car and machine parts – which is only appropriate, since Wall-E himself was assigned to clean up our junk. Metal Wall-E measures about 47 inches tall by 23 inches square, making him quite a bit larger than I envisioned the little ‘bot in Pixar’s world. And at 150+ pounds, he’s put on a bit of weight too. Still he’s pretty damned cool, and I wouldn’t mind having him stand watch in front of my house.” w/ photos

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Top 10 Memorable Blaxploitation Films

“Before 1970, black citizens were perceived as train porters, waitresses and shoe-shine boys. This media stereotype was changed with the release of the film Shaft in 1971. The character of detective John Shaft broke the stereotype of a black citizen and the “blaxploitation” genre was born. Common features of the genre include ethnic slurs against whites (honky, womb etc.) and antagonistic white characters such as corrupt cops, gangsters, drug dealers and pimps. Meanwhile, other blaxploitation movies dealt with slavery and were often set in the Wild West; some even recreated classic horror stories with a blaxploitation twist. Typically, blaxploitation films were torn to shreds by critics, though they were usually commercially successful. I have ranked the entries based on popularity and influence.” w/ videos

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Marvelous Robots

“In this episode, we’ll witness the begin of a future where robots become one with mankind. Weather its for fun, show or play, you damn humans shall bow down to your future overloads.” — LordZyborg

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