Nicolas Cage's History of Swear Words lands in January, and the trailer gives you everything you could possibly want.
Nick Offerman's Parks and Recreation character Ron Swanson has never looked more adorable.
So far we've heard fantastic podcasts courtesy of the New York Times, Slate, NPR, a couple from Parks and Recreation -- and one from CNET, too.
Ron Swanson (played by Nick Offerman) made bacon, mustaches, carpentry and Luddites cool on the NBC sitcom Parks and Recreation.But add Swanson to another show, and a certain kind of magic -- or nightmare fuel -- happens.In a video called Full House of Mustaches posted Tuesday, YouTube user DrFakenstein shows us what happens when Swanson gets deepfaked onto the faces of every character in the '90s family-friendly sitcom Full House.Deepfakes are fake videos that convincingly show people appearing to be doing or saying things they never did.In this case, it's grafting Swanson's stern expression onto the faces of Full House cast members.Seeing Swanson's mustached face in place of male characters father Danner Tanner (Bob Saget), Uncle Jesse (John Stamos) and Uncle Joey (Dave Coulier) isn't that shocking.
It's that time once every four years when Americans pretend we know what curling is.But one thing we do know: the sport is even more fun to watch when "It's-a me, Mario!"American curler Matt Hamilton definitely resembles the video game plumber Mario from Super Mario Brothers fame, and even his own team is proclaiming it.It helps that the curling stone somewhat resembles a plunger.Fans are ready to play along.A few fans saw other doppelgängers for Hamilton.
Actor and comedian Nick Offerman has more than a little in common with Ron Swanson, the legendary outdoorsman and boss he played on the classic sitcom "Parks and Recreation" for sevenFirst, like his character, Offerman is a master craftsman: out of Los Angeles, and recently wrote a book about his experiences there. rugged individualist who's expressed concern over the
Facebook has an opt-out page which shows how they track users for Facebook ads across the entire planet.This page lists the ways in which Facebook works with data providers that help businesses connect with people who might be interested in their products or services.These are the the groups that show an advertisement of a movie ticket sales site to people that ve been searching for information about which movies are out in their area.For the Ron Swanson in you, this is your page, this is how you get out.According to Facebook, people using our services have control over the ads they see.This doesn t mean that people using Facebook are able to control whether they see ads.
For Christmas this year, invite Ron Swanson into your home for 10 hours.He won t talk, he won t steal the best parts of the roast beef, he ll just enjoy your company and occasionally take sips of a fine, smoky whisky.Merry Christmas and Happy Holidays everyone!