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Every week during the show's sixth and final season, a panel of National Post editors, reporters and special guests will break-down the most recent episode: what happened, and more importantly, what it all means. Joining us this week are Mark Medley, arts reporter; Brad Frenette, features online editor; Matthew Coutts, sports reporter; and special guest Nikki Stafford, author of the Finding Lost series of companion guides. Mark: My first question is this: did the OMG final 45 seconds of Tuesday night's episode, Across the Sea, make up for what was otherwise a pretty lackluster episode?
Or am I being too hard on Lost's second-last Tuesday night episode? As regular readers of our Lost panel know, I've been pretty vocal about how rushed this final season has been. The episode ended on a positive, as we finally learned the identities of Adam and Eve: Jacob's mother and brother, the Man in Black. Brad: No, you're not being too critical. X-Entertainment's 2009 Christmas Season! RetroCRUSH. A List Of Things Thrown Five Minutes Ago. Scallywag & Vagabond. Popsquire: where pop culture and law collide. Zenith of Hotness. Bossip.com Gossip for the Hardcore: Henny Without Any Coke.
// 'CONCRETELOOP.COM' - QUALITY NOT QUANTITY. 50 Incredible Film Posters From Poland. When I’m not geeking out over design you can probably find me geeking out over film.
I spent a good 7 years of my life working behind the counters of various video stores across Western Canada and consider myself an avid film nerd. So it’s not surprisingly that my jaw nearly hit the floor when a coworker introduced me to the wonderful world of Polish film posters a couple of years ago. These conceptual masterpieces put the original American posters to shame every time; they are truly beautiful works of art.
Trimming this list down to a mere 50 posters that I absolutely love was surprisingly difficult. Apocalypse Now Rosemary’s Baby Tootsie Star Wars – The Empire Strikes Back Return Of The Pink Panther Raging Bull. Former Child Star Central. Washed Up Celebrities. Klosterman articles. [SpoilerFix.com] SpoilerFix.com messages to the visitors! Warren g, you useless, useless bastard. In my informal capacity as future analyst and hip-hop theorist, I will take the time to consider seminal efforts in the field of rap music.
Before you question my credentials, let me assure "y'all" that I regularly wore a San Francisco Giants cap backwards from 1994 until the summer of 2002. The song "Regulate," by Warren G and Nate Dogg, tells the story of a dramatic night in the LBC. There is sex, there is violence, there is bass, there is treble. Nate Dogg cruises for skirts, guns down rival homies, and beds down triumphantly at the East Side Motel. Nate emerges the ideal G-Funk man. In the first verse, Warren G rides in a car alone, scanning for women. In the third line, Nate Dogg locates a car entirely full of skirts. The rescued Warren G claims that he was in freak mode earlier, before the robbery, though he obviously made little progress. The toughness and unstoppability of 213 also appears to be purely a function of Nate Dogg's badness and/or motherfuckerness. The Superficial - Because You're Ugly. WWWF Grudge Match - Where useless knowledge breeds champions.
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The End That's right, folks. After a decade (almost to the day) and 248 matches, the WWWF has shut down. No, seriously. List of Bests. Egotastic!