Thomas Galvin
Purveyor of Fine Pulp Fiction

Knowing your own darkness is the best method for dealing with the darknesses of other people. -Carl Jung

This Week on the Web brings you “real” vampires burning copies of Twilight, first pics of the Green Lanter’s power battery, ten ways to kill someone real good, The Rent is Too Damn High Guy, an interview about why Steve Jobs is so great, an article on why Steve Jobs can go straight to hell, and more!

“Real” vampires burn Twilight: “Real vampires aren’t supposed to look like they’re opening for The Cure.” Ahem. (via AJ Wiswell)

The entire Harry Potter series will be re-released in 3D: Because what the world needs is a few more poorly-done, after-the-fact 3D movies.

The Hulk returns to television: Ah, fond memories of Bill Bixpie and Lou Ferrigno are dancing in my head. (via Unreality)

The Green Lantern’s Green Lantern: An image of the power battery Ryan Reynolds will use to recharge his power ring. (via Topless Robot)

Mark Wahlberg offered the lead in The Crow remake: Do. Not. Want.

Some guys made a real, working Tron light cycle: This thing is awesome. Probably a bitch to ride, but so pretty.

Watch the book trailer for the next dystopian YA sensation, Matched: The concept is intriguing, and I’ve heard good things about author Ally Condie, so I might give this a shot, if I ever find a few minutes to do something not related to vampires.

New pictures of the new Pinhead: So, yeah, there’s a new Hellraiser movie coming out. Straight to DVD, and no Bradly Cooper. I bet it’s going to be fantastic. (via Unreality)

Bullet For My Valentine – Waking The Demon: If you like metal and you like werewolves, you , my friend, are in for a treat. (via Matt Burdell)

Every Japenese RPG ever: A great flowchart depicting the usual course of events in a young hero’s journey. (via BoingBoing)

The best weapons from Deadlist Warrior: I love this show, and while I prefer my weapons ancient and pointy, there’s just something beautiful about a cell phone loaded with semtex.

How a co-ed built the Ninja Turtles van: Things like this made me wish I wasn’t so lazy. (via Matt Burdell)

Netlix on the Wii no longer requires a disk: Now you can download a free app from the Wii Market to satisfy all your streaming urges.

Facebook Apps leak private info: I am shocked – shocked, I tell you – that clicking this link to see the photos my ex-girlfriend didn’t want you to see actually leads to a less than reputable company.

Five workout myths: A few quick, insightful points about the things people do – and don’t do – to get in shape. (via Unreality)

Your willpower is as strong as you think it is: The Little Engine that Could agrees.

The Rent Is Too Damn High Party: This guy totally has my vote. I don’t know where they found him, but he is solid gold.

Christine O’Donnell doesn’t understand the first amendment: Or much of anything else, really. This woman is a viable political candidate, people. Our country is so screwed. (via Cleolinda)

The Economic Argument: XKCD points out that if homeopathy, dowsing, or psychic visions worked, people would actually be using them for something.

The greatest nerd religions around: It’s a nearly universal truth that the only religions nerds take seriously are the ones which mock religion. The second page is much better, but then again, I’m a classicist.

The day I found out Martin Luther hated the Jews: In my experience, when someone finds out something like this, and doesn’t immediately rationalize it or dismiss it, that person is on the way to losing their faith. (via Kate Grasso)

An inerview with former Apple CEO John Sculley: This is a very open interview, and Sculley spends a great deal of time talking about why he was the wrong guy for Apple to hire, and what mistakes he made. Very brave, and very interesting. He also talks, in depth, about the Jobs Way, and what separates Apple from other technology firms. Great read.

Apple deprecates their JVM, won’t approve Java apps for the Mac App Store: Dear Steve: fuck you.

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