27 December 2007

Full Movie: A Christmas Story

Angry Grandpa Ruins Christmas

Be thankful you don't have a Grandpa like this...

26 December 2007

24 December 2007

23 December 2007

Carl is Pissed: Holiday Musings


For a long time, I really tried not to post any political blog entrys for the basic reason that LLCoolDave, isn't meant for that serious a subject. LLCoolDave was primarily my outlet for humor, creativity and things that interest me. Occasionally I would post a political entry but I really didn't like doing it. Well now I have an entire separate blog for politics, my philosopy and any thing else that I think warrants attention. BluePolitx, is the name of my new political blog. It's definitely left of center, hence the name... Check it out, I welcome calm rational debate and discussion on political topics.

21 December 2007

Carol of the Burgers

Peter's Christmas Album

19 December 2007

Duke Nukem Forever

3D Realms has released a minute long teaser trailer for Duke Nukem Forever. I can't wait...

Duke Nukem Forever Teaser Trailer

18 December 2007

Carl is Pissed: Roid Rage

14 December 2007

LLCoolDave's Top 10 Beers of 2007

The beers listed below are the best beers I've tasted this year. What beer's have you tasted this year that you think are awesome? Leave me a comment...

  1. Beer: Anchor Porter
    Brewer: Anchor Brewing Company
    Style: Porter
    Ranking (1-5): 4.8

  2. Beer: Mackeson XXX Stout
    Brewer: Boston Beer Company
    Style: Sweet Stout
    Ranking (1-5): 4.6

  3. Beer: St Peters Cream Stout
    Brewer: St Peters (UK)
    Style: Stout
    Ranking (1-5): 4.3

  4. Beer: Samuel Smiths Nut Brown Ale
    Brewer: Samuel Smith
    Style: Brown Ale
    Ranking (1-5): 4.3

  5. Beer: Köstritzer Schwarzbier
    Brewer: Köstritzer Schwarzbierbrauerei (Bitburger)
    Style: Schwarzbier
    Ranking (1-5): 4.1

  6. Beer: Samuel Smiths Imperial Stout
    Brewer: Samuel Smith
    Style: Imperial Stout
    Ranking (1-5): 4.1

  7. Beer: Youngs Double Chocolate Stout
    Brewer: Wells & Youngs
    Style: Stout
    Ranking (1-5): 4.1

  8. Beer: Anchor Bock
    Brewer: Anchor Brewing Company
    Style: Dunkler Bock
    Ranking (1-5): 4.1

  9. Beer: Shiner Dunkelweizen (Winter Ale)
    Brewer: Spoetzl Brewery (Gambrinus Company)
    Style: Dunkelweizen
    Ranking (1-5): 4

  10. Beer: Franziskaner Hefe-Weissbier Dunkel
    Brewer: Spaten-Franziskaner-Bräu (InBev)
    Style: Dunkelweizen
    Ranking (1-5): 4

10 December 2007

New Angle from Trinity Miracle Play

A new end zone angle has surfaced from the Trinity Miracle Play.

Carl is Pissed: Michael Vick

07 December 2007

Man charged over Guinness kegs theft

Really, can you blame him???

Olbermann is Pissed

Deceiving the U.S. on Iran
Deceiving the U.S. on Iran

"We have either a president who is too dishonest to restrain himself from invoking World War Three about Iran at least six weeks after he had to have known that the analogy would be fantastic, irresponsible hyperbole -- or we have a president too transcendently stupid not to have asked -- at what now appears to have been a series of opportunities to do so -- whether the fairy tales he either created or was fed, were still even remotely plausible. A pathological presidential liar, or an idiot-in-chief. It is the nightmare scenario of political science fiction: A critical juncture in our history and, contained in either answer, a president manifestly unfit to serve, and behind him in the vice presidency: an unapologetic war-monger who has long been seeing a world visible only to himself."

03 December 2007

20 November 2007

The El Camino Returns from History, Sort of

New sport truck from Pontiac's Austrailian Holden division evokes the nostalgia-crazed El Camino. Will it become a reality? GM officials say that it's likely, as long as the dollar doesn't continue to drop.

Carl is Pissed: Let Barry be Barry.

19 November 2007

16 November 2007

C'était un Rendezvous

C'était un Rendezvous is the creation of the French filmmaker Claude Lelouch in 1976. Using a Mercedes 450SEL early one August morning, Lelouch attached a camera to the bumper of the car and sped straight through the heart of Paris. The driver is still unknown to this day, because Lelouch was never able to obtain a permit to close the streets. The driver, who Lelouch told officials was an F1 racer, went over the speed limit and blew off many red lights. When this film was first shown, Lelouch was arrested, and because of this, the footage has spent many years underground before it began to resurface on DVD a few years ago. Watch it till the end, and you'll see exactly what he was in such a hurry for. A very satisfying ending!

15 November 2007

Chuck Norris Factoid Generator

"The saddest moment for a child is not when he learns Santa Claus isn't real, it's when he learns Chuck Norris is. " - Chuck Norris Factoid Generator

10 November 2007

Unknown Country Singer Has Amazing Voice

This guy is going to be huge! I only have two questions: 1)Why doesn't he have a record contract and 2) When can I buy his album?

06 November 2007

Newfound Planet Could Support Life

Planet-hunters say they have detected a giant world that is nestled among four others in a planetary system 41 light-years from Earth. This newfound world is in the "Goldilocks zone" - a place that's not too hot, not too cold, but just right for the existence of liquid water and conceivably life.

05 November 2007

LLCoolDave's Top Ten James Bond Songs

I posted this list because I've often thought what my favorite Bond Songs are. I have to admit it was kind of tough but I think I made a good list. Any songs you think deserve to be on my top ten? Any songs you think should have been left off? What are your top ten Bond songs? Leave me a comment...

10 License to Kill - Gladys Knight

License to Kill is probably one of the more forgettable movies in the Bond franchise. The theme song however, is actually very good. Good enough to be number ten on my list. Gladys Knight starts the song off rather slow and methodical but the passion and the emotions rise as the song winds it's way through to a strong emotional climax. Overall probably the most underrated song of all of the Bond themes...

"I've got a license to kill,
and you know I'm going straight for your heart!"
"I've got a license to kill,
anyone who tries to tear us apart!"

9 We Have All the Time in the World - Louis Armstrong

The title of the song says it all. A slow moving song, with it's opening guitar and gorgeous strings, it's in no hurry to get to the end. Armstrong takes us for a long liesurely ride on love that's built to last.

"We have all the time in the world
Just for love
Nothing more
Nothing less
Only love,
Only love..."

8 Nobody Does it Better - Carly Simon

The lyrics is the reason why 'Nobody Does it Better' made it to number 8. Because of this song, I fantasize that there are women still out there thinking about me in this way.

"Nobody does it better,
Though sometime I wish someone could,
Nobody does it quite the way you do,
Why'd you have to be soooo good?"

Nuff said...

7 View to a Kill - Duran Duran

One of the great hits of the 80's, this Bond song was worthy effort by Duran Duran. The lyrics are quite poetic.

"The first crystal tears
Fall as snowflakes on your body,
First time in years,
To drench your skin with lover's rosy stain.
A chance to find a phoenix for the flame,
A chance to die, but can we..."

6 For Your Eyes Only - Sheena Easton

Another great twist on the world of espionage as it relates to the world of love. Who knew "Classified, Eyes Only" would have such a meaning in love?

"For your eyes only, can see me through the night.
For your eyes only I never need to hide.
You can see so much in me, so much in me that's new.
I never felt until I looked at you.
For your eyes only, only for you."

5 Diamonds are Forever - Shirley Bassey

An absolute classic, Dame Bassey really tells the tale of a girl who's been burned in love one too many times and now is in love with diamonds.

"I don't need love,
For what good will love do me?
Diamonds never lie to me,
For when love's gone,
They'll luster on..."

4 007 - John Barry & His Orchestra

Starting off like a cheesy evening news theme, 007 turns into an instrumental tour de force that screams "Bond to the Rescue!"

3 Moonraker - Shirley Bassey

Shirley Bassey's underrated of all of her Bond songs, Moonraker with its sweeping string movements excellently manages to convey a deep longing for the perfect lover only found in one's dreams. The instrumental version of this song is currently being used to promote tourisim to the Dominican Republic.

"I've seen your smile,
In a thousand dreams,
Felt your touch,
and it always seems you love me, you love me..."

2 James Bond Theme - Monty Norman Orchestra

There is really no words to describe the awesomeness that is James Bond.

1 Goldfinger - Shirley Bassey

In my Bachelor days, I used to play this song when getting dressed to go out for the evening. The song itself is a testament to what a great singer paired with a great song can produce.

"Pretty girl beware of His heart of gold,
His heart is cold
He loves only gold,
Only gold...."

02 November 2007

Pimp of the year

The Soup: Tyler Perry's Tyler Perry

Chubacabra Identified

Sick animal or sensational new species? Cuero, TX has found itself in the center of a phenomenon created when residents discovered livestock drained of blood, and hairless animals roaming around. DNA tests have finally answered what this animal is exactly.

The World Championship of Illegal Pencil Fighting

01 November 2007

SEMA 2007: Ugliest. Mustang. Ever.

This thing has been beaten with the ugly stick so badly that it's hardly recognizable as the Mustang we know and love.

29 October 2007

30 Unfortunate Quotes

“Nobody in football should be called a genius. A genius is a guy like Norman Einstein.”-Joe Theismann, former NFL football quarterback and sports analyst
This plus other unfortunate quotes...

28 October 2007

Forget gas prices: Beer is going up

Small brewers from Australia to Oregon face the daunting prospect of tweaking their recipes or experimenting less with new brews thanks to a worldwide shortage of one key beer ingredient and rising prices for others. Brewmasters say shortage of barley and wheat will raise beer prices. Fans of boutique beers will be hardest hit.

Drinking Stories That Put Yours to Shame

History is full of drinking stories that are hard to swallow. See if any of your stories can match these...

Mississippi Miracle! Trinity Tiger Football Wins on Final Play

Local San Antonio univeristy Trinity Tiger's football team scored a game-winning touchdown on the final play to steal a 28-24 victory over Millsaps. Riley Curry took the ball into the end zone after 15 laterals on the 61-yard passing play that began with two seconds left in the game. It's now a Pontiac Game Changing Performance nominee. Click the link to vote for this play.

26 October 2007

Cruise Ship Car Horn

How awesome is this? This guy was sick of getting stuck behind grandma going 40 in the fast lane so he took it upon himself to take out his standard car horn and installed a cruise ship horn.

25 October 2007


This is the game I'm currently into...

Driving 101

A guy doesn't realize that he left his car in neutral at the gas station until it's waaaay too late.

21 October 2007

Neodymium Magnets: The most powerful magnets on Earth

The magnets here are very powerful, much more powerful than magnets most people have seen, and need to be handled with proper care. The magnetic fields from these magnets can affect each other from more than 12 inches away. Our larger magnets can easily bruise fingers and even break finger bones as they attempt to connect together. Always wear protective eyewear or safety goggles when handling the magnets. Keep magnets away from any magnetic based storage devices such as desktop or laptop computers, hard drives, floppy disks, cassette tapes, VHS tapes, or credit cards. A distance of at least 12" should be kept between magnets and these items at all times. Keep them away from computer monitors, VCR'S and TV's, non-electronic wrist watches etc. If you or someone in your household has a PACEMAKER or another electronic surgical implant, don't even think of ordering these items.

20 October 2007

Spatula City

There's just one place to go for all your spatula needs... from the movie 'UHF'

Entire Precinct Made Up Of Loose Cannons

The Onion

Entire Precinct Made Up Of Loose Cannons

LOS ANGELES—"McCluskey's a good man, but he needs to clean up his act," Chief William J. Bratton said. "Same goes for Conroy, Peterman, Tobias, and Black."

19 October 2007

Return to the Moon

NASA's cinematic vision of our return to the Moon.

16 October 2007

Rex Kramer: Danger Seeker

Meet Rex Kramer, part time airline mechanic; full time daredevil...

15 October 2007

NFL to look into playing Super Bowl in London

"There's a great deal of interest in holding a Super Bowl in London," NFL Commissioner Roger Goodell told reporters Monday. "So we'll be looking at that."

History of the Irish

United Appeal for the Dead

In the past year, over 800,000 Americans have died. Despite millions of dollars of research, Death continues to be our nation's number one killer.

13 October 2007

The Homosexual and You

Concentrated Evil

I have to get this book for Mia's Potty Training...

So Who Do You Want to Sacrifice?

This is how I'll probably treat my Daughter's boyfriend...

Zinc Oxide

From The Kentucky Fried Movie...

12 October 2007

B-Ball & Prince

Prince & the Revolution Challenges Charlie Murphy to Basketball

Is Wayne Brady Going to Have to Choke a Bitch?

10 October 2007


Tapes of real Nasa UFO recordings. The one that freaked me out the most is the transmission from the Space Shuttle Discovery.

SDSS Image of the Week Archive

The Sloan Digital Sky Survey (SDSS), the most ambitious astronomical survey project ever undertaken, the task of mapping the universe and determining our place in it. SDSS is systematically mapping a quarter of the entire sky, producing a detailed image of it and determining the positions and absolute brightnesses of more than 100 million celestial objects. It is also measuring the distances to a million of the nearest galaxies, giving us a three-dimensional picture of the universe through a volume one hundred times larger than that explored to date. SDSS is also recording the distances to 100,000 quasars — the most distant objects known — giving us unprecedented knowledge of the distribution of matter to the edge of the visible universe.

Battle of the Planets (G-force)

One of my favorite cartoons when I was a kid. G-Force; 5 incredible young people with super powers... always five, acting as one.

I'm Rick James Bitch!

Classic Clip: Eddie Murphy's brother Charlie tells the tale of Rick James as a Habitual Line-Stepper.

Punk Band Joy Division Left a Legacy That's to Die For

Here we chart Joy Division/New Order's influence, from alt-rock acts that cop its sound to the Hot Topic goths who mimic original singer Ian Curtis' gloomy outlook.

08 October 2007

How To Make Glow In The Dark Mountain Dew

Learn how to make a bottle of Mountain Dew glow in the dark using some only some peroxide and baking soda. This guy deserves some kind of Sciencey thing award or something...

Scientists May Have Found Appendix’s Purpose

For generations the appendix has been dismissed as superfluous. Doctors figured it had no function. Surgeons removed them routinely. People live fine without them. Now some surgeons and immunologists at Duke University Medical School think they have figured out the real job of the troublesome and seemingly useless appendix.

Che Remembered 40 Years After Death

The 40th anniversary of revolutionary Che Guevara's death is Tuesday, October 9th. Regardless, if you feel he is a hero or low down commie, it still is a historical event worth remembering. Personally, I find it ironic that his image is a multi-million dollar industry which is totally contrary to his beliefs. I also like his quote "Hasta la victoria siempre." Basically it means 'always unto victory', which has always inspired me just on it's face value.

Intruders Damage Priceless Monet Painting

Drunk intruders broke into the famed Orsay Museum in Paris, through a back door, early Sunday and punched a hole in a renowned work by Impressionist painter Claude Monet. I visited this museum when I was in Paris and I can't recall if I saw the painting. Anyways, it's still a sad story. Click on the pic and you can see the damage on the center right of the painting.

06 October 2007

Plane Crashes into Ocean

I don't know what the story is with this clip but it's pretty amazing. I hope it's just a test flight under remote control.

02 October 2007

Pi to 4 million (4193404 decimal places)


30 September 2007

Binge Drinking 'led to four-week hangover'

It may be the longest hangover in the history of binge beer drinking. When a 37-year old man walked into a hospital emergency room in Glasgow, Scotland last October complaining of "wavy" vision and a non-stop headache that had lasted four weeks, doctors were at first stumped, the British journal The Lancet reported today.

28 September 2007

The Saddest Commercial Ever

Be forewarned, you will cry... This is an ad for an insurance company in Thailand, but that’s not important.

20 September 2007

Stella Artois' New Cinematic Website

Stella Artois released thier new international "Cinematic" website on Sept 18th. I checked it it out and it's actually pretty cool! A lot of neat things to explore. One game challenges you to pour the perfect Stella. I got an 8.6 out of 10. Top that...

15 September 2007

Mario Level Can Autoplay

Someone figured out that one of the most difficult levels in Mario Brothers will actually beat itself if you just leave the controller alone.

Greenspan Is Critical Of Bush in Memoir

Alan Greenspan, who served as Federal Reserve chairman for 18 years and was the leading Republican economist for the past three decades, levels unusually harsh criticism at President Bush and the Republican Party in his new book, arguing that Bush abandoned the central conservative principle of fiscal restraint. While condemning Democrats, too, for rampant federal spending, he offers Bill Clinton an exemption. The former president emerges as the political hero of "The Age of Turbulence: Adventures in a New World," Greenspan's 531-page memoir, which is being published Monday.

14 September 2007

Free Samantha James Download

Another great free download from OM records.

12 September 2007

Russian MiG Jet-themed Lamborghini LP640

Nobody knows what this Lamborghini is, other than "really, really, hot." It's an LP640 with a fighter jet-style camo paint job, complete with rivets and warnings like an arrow reading "HEAT" that points to the exhaust. There's also a red star painted on the hood, which is intriguing because that was used to signify the Russian "Migs" way back when in Top Gun.

Terry Tate's World

I know these are a few years old but with Football season upon us, they deserve a posting...

Terry Tate - Office Linebacker

Terry Tate - Draft Day

Terry Tate - Sensitivity Training

Terry Tate - Vacation

Terry Tate - Streaker

Terry Tate - OSPN

Terry Tate - Late Lunch

Terry Tate - Remix

Enjoy Oktoberfest Like a Local

Mastering a little Oktoberfest etiquette -- such as learning where, when and how to eat and drink what -- is key to experiencing Munich's two-week celebration of beer and Bavarian culture.

03 September 2007

Top 10 Ways to Look Like a Total Toolbag

Before finding this blog entry, I really would try to avoid all these. Although I am guilty of one, the backwards baseball cap...

31 August 2007

Waiting for the New Season to Start

30 August 2007

Intimidation on the Rugby Field

The All Blacks, the international rugby union team of New Zealand, perform a haka (Māori traditional dance) immediately prior to international matches and has done so since the first New Zealand rugby team to tour overseas in 1884. I don't know what the words mean, but you can safely bet that it means something along the line of "prepare yourselves for an old fashioned beat down".

28 August 2007

Space Shuttle Discovery STS-120 Crew: The Force will be With Them

When the space shuttle Discovery launches the STS-120 crew in October, the force will be with them. Stowed on-board the orbiter, in addition to a new module for the international space station, will be the original prop lightsaber used by actor Mark Hamill as Luke Skywalker in the 1977 film "Star Wars". The laser-like Jedi weapon is being flown to the orbiting outpost and back in honor of the 30th anniversary of director George Lucas' franchise.

23 August 2007

Half a Million for One Bottle of Beer

A full bottle of Allsopp’s Arctic Ale, brewed and bottled in 1852, sold recently on eBay for a record $503,300. Sir Edward Belcher led an arctic expedition in 1852 to search for the lost explorer Sir John Franklin. The Expedition needed a brew that could withstand arctic and sub arctic temperatures, and provide a degree of sustenance and nutritious value.

19 August 2007

Naturally 7 Live in Paris Subway

Naturally 7 is an acapella music group. They sing primarily R&B with extensive beat-boxing -- they claim all their sounds are from the human voice, with no instruments whatsoever. In this clip cold Parisians get slowly but surely turned on by the guys , performing "Feel (In the air tonight)".

17 August 2007

Free Download from DJ Colette

Here's a free download from Colette's new album 'Push' - in stores & online this Tuesday August, 21st. One of my favorite artists, DJ Colette really puts out some of the best deep house around.

16 August 2007

Rate Beer

RateBeer is a nifty site I stumbled upon. You can create an account for free and rate beers that you try. It's very scientific. So far I've only rated 4 beers but I hope to add more soon. Drop me a message, my user name on RateBeer is, you guessed it, llcooldave.