Monthly Archives: December 2015

Fed marketplace, state O-Care exchanges: Guys, you can ‘keep’ errors [pics]

Double surprise! As Twitchy reported, the Obamacare exchange websites are off to an oh-so-auspicious start. Not surprisingly, errors and continuing security issues abound. But, hey, be patient guys!

The errors are now growing worse.

Like California’s, other state exchanges continue to fail as well.

Florida:

Colorado:

Georgia:

http://twitter.com/#!/WillKatz/status/385013766879854593

, as always!

What could make things worse? Thinking about this penetrating exit point:

Related:

Heckuva job! @HealthCareGov shamed into apology after touting glitchy O-care website

Oops! California’s health insurance exchange: It’s you? And spelling is hard [pic]

Online adventures with Obamacare: Reps admit ‘known’ security bug, but ‘please be patient,’ guys

‘So much for security!’ Health insurance websites continue ‘head desk’ fail

Hilarious! DNC touts ‘what affordable care looks like’; Citizens: Fixed it for you, DNC! [pics]

Surprise! Obamacare health insurance exchange websites don’t work; HealthCare.gov a total mess

Read more: http://twitchy.com/2013/10/01/getting-worse-fed-marketplace-state-o-care-exchanges-guys-you-can-keep-errors-pics/

Daily Beast reporter calls Redskins the ‘Washington Racists’

Some can’t even enjoy a football game without making a political statement. That’s the case with Daily Beast national security reporter Eli Lake.

Related:

Twitchy’s coverage of the Washington Redskins

Read more: http://twitchy.com/2014/09/21/daily-beast-reporter-calls-redskins-the-washington-racists/

The Ultimate Oral History Of “Animal House” From A Guy Who Just Caught It On IFC

Everything you wanted to know about the film.

It’s the campus comedy that defined a generation. For the first time, here’s the inside story of the film’s creation according to someone who was there (at his apartment while Animal House played on cable).

An Idea Comes To Life

Universal

Brad Turner (Guy Who Just Watched Animal House): A film like Animal House can only come together in one way–a bunch of hilarious dudes hanging out until one of them is like, “We gotta start writing this stuff down!”

Turner: As soon as I saw it was on TV, I settled in and ordered wings.

The Writing Process

Universal

Turner: I bet they just took all the funny stuff that happened to them in college and put it in the movie. Or they improvised most of it. That’s probably what happened.

Putting The Cast Together

Columbia Pictures

Turner: That main dude is funny as frick! Not the young guy, Fish or whatever his name is. The, like, head of the Animal House. Bluto.

Turner: They didn’t even have auditions, cause they put all their friends in the movie. That’s what I would do.

Turner: Dan Akroyd was supposed to be the crazy guy in the tank at the end but he was too busy making Ghostbusters.

The Filming

Universal

Turner: People always want to know, “Was the making of the movie like a big party the whole time?” In the case of Animal House, it definitely was. You can just tell.

Turner: Everyone was on cocaine. I assume.

That Famous Toga Party

Universal

Turner: I was in the bathroom during this part, which sucks, because it’s the best part of the movie.

On John Belushi

Universal

Turner: Gone way too soon. He was a wild man. I bet he was totally unprofessional on set, but he’s so funny, you just gotta put him the movie, anyway, you know?

Turner: I should get a sweatshirt that says “College” on it. That’d be dope.

The Film’s Release

Universal

Turner: You have to remember, they didn’t make movies like this in the 1950s. Animal House was ahead of its time.

Turner: The movie wasn’t a big hit when it came out. Because good movies never are. It was probably a flop.

The Film’s Legacy

Universal

Turner: A lot of people don’t remember Animal House. Like, my sister’s friend Taylor hadn’t seen it. Crazy, right? We hooked up once.

Turner: If Animal House is on TV, I will watch it. And you can’t say that about a lot of movies. Toga party, toga party, toga party!

Read more: http://www.buzzfeed.com/samweiner/the-ultimate-oral-history-of-animal-house-from-a-guy-who-jus

Little Girl Calls Her Grandma To Tell Her About A Rainbow That Ends At Her House.

When a little girl noticed a rainbow outside her window, she just HAD to call her grandma. She thought it ended at her nana’s house, so she made sure she was aware of the “treasure at the end of the rainbow” situation.

Even though grandma didn’t find any gold, she definitely has a little treasure in her caring granddaughter. Watch the adorable phone call here below, it’s guaranteed to make your day!

(Source: HomeVideoLicensing)

She must have had the biggest smile on her face when she heard that message from her granddaughter. Aww…

Read more: http://viralnova.com/grandma-house-rainbow/