Look, I know you’re into some weird stuff, so here’s a Japanese pen with a living aquatic parasite inside.

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Godzilla vs. Kong had a lot going on, but what I really liked were those brief shots of the giant fighting kaiju from the humans’ POV.

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I don’t think it’s ever a good idea to review a movie after seeing it one time, much less only hours after watching it. So, instead of that, here’s a quick rundown of my thoughts of Godzilla Vs. Kong immediately after watching it at about four in the morning (I regret nothing).

Overall, I think GvK is goofy as hell, but I loved every minute of it. Spoilers ahoy.

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A poor fruit salesman buys the Skull of Rahul

I’m addicted to Viva La Dirt League.

I’m mostly serious. I can watch their videos on a loop. The locations are nice, production value is great. The acting. It’s just a lot better than anything on YouTube has a right to be.

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Abelard Montoya is looking for Big Bird

You may know Big Bird as, well, a giant yellow bird. But did you know he’s not the only one? And that, depending on the different versions of Sesame Street in countries around the world, Big Bird takes on a number of different forms (and that they’re actually his cousins)?

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A giant cat looks through the window

Is there anything more terrifying than a giant cat? Seriously. Think about it. I’ve seen how they play with mice.

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The ships at Limsa Lominsa

The other night, I did some wandering. I world-traveled in Final Fantasy 14 to every Limsa Lominsa on the Aether data center.

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Showbiz Pizza

If you’ve never seen the Rock-afire Explosion documentary, you really should give it a go.

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The new Godzilla Vs. Kong trailer told us one thing: Godzilla’s angry, and we don’t know why.

Could this Snickers commercial from 2014 hold any clues?

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An original Intellivision, slightly blurry

Here’s a blast from the past for you: A demo tape from 1978 introducing Mattel Electronics’ Intellivision, narrated by none other than William Shatner.

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