Costner’s Oil Vacuum

Kevin Costner

on May 24, 2010

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I’ve always liked Kevin Costner. He’s been in some terrible movies, but Field of Dreams alone keeps him in good standing. I can get behind the general premise of Waterworld, obviously a picture he took great care in creating, even if the final product is a little mucked up.

In the real world Costner and his bro teamed up in the 90s after the Exxon spill to create a machine that filters oil from water. It appears from this story the 26 million dollar experiment actually works and may be used to help suck up some of BP’s insane fuck-up.

Go Gardner!

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Clooney v. Newman

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on May 21, 2010

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Mike Fleming from Deadline posted a semi-review of Paul and Me: Fifty-three Years of Adventures and Misadventures with My Pal Paul Newman.

I look forward to reading the book, but in his review, Fleming, pits the notorious Hollywood prankster George Clooney against Newman, who it turns out, was quite a practical joker himself.

Read the article for all the action, but this Clooney prank stands out.

[Richard Kind] was the victim of two meticulously planned Clooney pranks. When they shared an apartment, Clooney secretly began emptying the cat’s litter box. When Kind became very concerned — more

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Nerdy Nothings

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on May 16, 2010

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Hi. I know there are a ton of music, movie, tech and comic sites out there, so, why add another? Well, we hope to become your one-stop-shop for all things nerd-related. We take our art and entertainment seriously, and trust me, there is a ton of dreck to rummage through to find the real gems. We’ll do that for you and after a while, hopefully you’ll begin to trust our opinions and contribute to the discussion yourself. Take a look around and if you see anything out of place, let us know, we are forever under construction and looking to improve our content.

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