An absolute classic – Crispin Glover visits a pre-CBS David Letterman’s show in 1987. Glover was entirely freaked out, and nearly took out Letterman’s head with a karate kick.
Video after the jump!
Sure, the Runaway Bride was a classic – but who can forget Golddust? How about Rico Suave?
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University of Pittsburgh scientists say they’ve genetically engineered an avian flu vaccine that has proven 100 percent effective in mice and chickens.
Not a moment too soon, witz.org was running low on surgical masks and latex gloves.
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Yes, the above picture is an actual license plate, the tag is a “random, regular-issue plate assigned to a Lincoln LS automobile registered to a Miami-based computer company.”
Another famous “ass”-plate? Seinfeld’s famous “Assman” episode, when Kramer gets stuck with a proctologist’s license plate.
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witz.org reader Steve Mumford (no relation), sent in the image above.
According to the New York Daily News, as of January 1st: “People younger than 21 are now banned from possessing spray paint, permanent, broad tip markers and etching instruments in a law aimed at rubbing out graffiti.”
What’s a kid to do? The law seems to be a bit harsh in our opinion, and obviously the opinionated tagger in the photo above thought so too.
Mumford added: “Next thing you know, today’s youth will be singing to Sergeant Krupke about how they try so hard to be good…”
Mark McDevitt writes the most heartfelt tribute to Morrissey & The Smiths that witz.org has read in a long, long time. The article illustration (above) from Eddie Guy, is pure genius. T-shirt, anyone?
READ: Morrissey & Me | ISSUE 9 | Giant Magazine