The End of the Year As We Know It
I’m terrible at Pajiba Love, but it’s been fun hosting this week. Come Monday: New wonderfully witty host. In the meantime, Happy New Year to all of you, and I leave you with a final image from The Human Centipede because we were one short of our 75 Human Centipede images quota for 2010.
I know there are many of you connecting with the other Jibers on Facebook this week, but if you decide to jump on to Twitter in the New Year, here’s a list of our contributors and assorted other favorite Tweeters and another growing list of current commenters (that I know about) on Twitter.
For some of you, here’s a nice way to leave 2010: The Top 10 Hot Guys of 2010. (Celebitchy)
Here’s a list of all 137 movies released wide in United States in 2010, should you want to count how many you’ve seen and brag to all of your friends about what little life you have. (I’m at 107). (Eric D. Snider)
Television Without Pity’s Top 10 Resolutions for TV Shows in 2010. (TWoP)
Even better: 2011 Warcraft New Years Resolutions. (Geek Girl Diva)
Right now, the first three seasons of “Veronica Mars” are on sale for $19.99 a piece. (Amazon)
This year’s Number One Word on Lake Superior University’s List of Word’s Banished from the Queen’s English for Mis-use, Over-use and General Uselessness is … ? (CNN)
Kevin Smith is not the only guy out there who hates critics and bloggers: Don’t forget about Kurt Sutter, showrunner for “Sons of Anarchy,” who hates us even though most of us love his show. Sutter, actually, is the far bigger, more inelegant asshole. (Dave Chen)
“Tired Gay Succumbs to Dix in 200 Meters” among the 8 best headlines of 2010. (Some Cards)
The First Annual Junkfood Cinema Awards. (FSR)
Here are iMDB Users’ Top 25 Movies and Stars of 2010. (Bleeding Cool)
You have two hours to kill? Here’s a 110 minute review of Star Wars: Revenge of the Sith. (Vulture)
Deadspin’s Worst of 2010. (Deadspin)
In things you absolutely need to know: There Will Be a Three-Hour Porno Version of Reservoir Dogs. (Slashfilm)
$140 million wasn’t enough for those goddamn Winkelvoss Brothers. They’re going back to court and re-suing Mark Zuckerberg. (NYTimes)
Because you’re all burning to know: Here’s the truth about snowflakes. (New Yorker)
Awww, Stephen King is leaving Entertainment Weekly. Here are 7 things we learned about King during his reign, besides that he’s not a very good columnist. (Vulture)
Finally, I leave you with the Top 10 Internet Memes of 2010.