South Park is a rare example of an animated show that has somehow managed to stay fresh and relevant after 20 years on the airwaves. A feat we feel should be, at least partially, attributed to the fact the creators of the show give so few fucks one of their characters could count them all on their creepy non-finger having hands.
Fath-Ali Shah Qajar, better known to his people by a series of overly elaborate titles which we’ll get to in a moment, was the Shah of Iran for around 4 decades in the 19th century. While Fath-Ali Shah’s reign was certainly eventful, it’s actually his gloriously gigantic beard we’re going to be talking about today.
Superman: The New Superman Adventures or Superman 64 as its better known, is a piece of shit game released in 1999 that is widely considered one of the worst pieces of entertainment media ever released. A fact that has a lot to do with the fact DC tried (and partially succeeded) in killing the game in the crib.
The term “voice of a generation” is a tired and overused cliche that we’re nonetheless going to invoke to discuss Billy West. A man who basically voiced every cartoon character from your childhood. Oddly, despite being praised as one of the most adaptable voices in the business, West’s most famous role is basically him speaking normally. Which was actually part of an ingenious plan to avoid being replaced.
Few boxers in history are noted to have been as terrifying to face in the ring as the walking juggernaut of muscle and anger, Mike Tyson was in his prime. Capable of felling even the stoutest man in just a few blows, Tyson notable didn’t even need to throw a punch to get someone on the ropes.