June 1, 2012

Joe Pesci research

There's a bit in the new Aziz Ansari standup special (which, BTW, is fantastic) where he refers to meaningless Wikipedia surfing as "Joe Pesci research." I can't find the bit online yet, but here's the gist at the end of this Letterman clip:



That got me thinking about my own meaningless internet searches. I went back into my history for the past couple days just to see what sort of dumb stuff I search for. Here's a slightly abridged history, starting with the most recent:

aziz ansari youtube
aziz ansari joe pesci
joe pesci research
russel westbrook (sic)
waterloo blackhawks
USHL
bemidji state beavers
wauxobda bulldogs
big pimpin
iso sensitivity
conan on letterman
maggie q
baseball night in america
bemidji pioneer iphone
bemidji pioneer app
bemidji pioneer
grandmas boy
james lipton

As you can clearly see, the Internet was created by Satan for the sole purpose of making us waste time looking up dumb stuff.

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5 Comments:

Blogger Chase said...

That 50 Cent stuff. Jesus.

June 1, 2012 at 3:00 PM 
Blogger StewieChris said...

James Lipton?

June 4, 2012 at 5:23 PM 
Blogger JHitts said...

They showed him in the crowd of a NY Rangers playoff game.

June 6, 2012 at 1:54 AM 
Blogger Tony Gonzalez said...

My list, abr.:

abbreviation for abridged
my google search history
juggling in Nashville
hurricane katrina
911 tennessee
samsung laptop qx
arcade, nashville
hot chip wikipedia
1941 ted williams baseball card
define: down in the mouth
totoro bus stop
weather 37206
washington university st. louis
favicon
AP style 5K
gary clark jr. wikipedia
drunk woman drove through law office
forecastle fest
mount rushmore
l'viv ukraine
sean combs, associated press
define: chaff
define: bogen

June 11, 2012 at 11:25 PM 
Blogger K. Harvey said...

What was "dumb stuff" in the 16th century? "Look at all these stupid seeds I'm carrying around in my pocket. Wheat, corn, a burr, golden-rod."
"Corn?"
"Oh yeah, from the New World. It premiered last last decade."

June 14, 2012 at 9:29 PM 

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