Like you, I am fed up with "real people" in commercials. So I was so excited to see this sketch where someone put an actual real person in that dumbass Chevy ad. They, unlike these fake-o's, are not impressed by big doors or some porn star named "J.D. Power.
Nobody's favorite Pixar movie is Cars, even though it is far and away the most profitable Pixar film. However, if you ever had any biological questions aout the Cars franchise, which I know you have, this video will save you a lot of time.
YouTuber The Film Theorists have once again thrown another crazy, obsessive conspiracy theory that take every aspect of the film from its magical origins to their killjoy conclusions. Connections between the Pixar movies must exist in unified universe, so he can force theories like the Cars in Cars are bugs or something.
Anyway, these are impressive and entertaining ideas, but also not that important. I'm not sure why you would spend so much time only on the surface of a film, instead of actually engaging with the meaning of it, but hey it's just a theory... a film theory.
Nascar, for the most part, is just driving in circles. Sorry, dudes, but it's true. It's not that fun to watch, unless of course there's a fight, which there was yesterday.
Apparently, Joey Logano bumped into Kyle Busch on turn four, causing Busch to spin out and costing him the race. Obviously, Busch was none to happy about this and decided to thank to Logano personally after the race with a little punch in the face.
Logano described the incident saying:
I don't know. I was racing him right there at the end with our Pennzoil Ford. … Kyle and I usually race really well together and don't have any issues. He tried to pin me down into the corner underneath Brad. We about crashed and I was still trying to gather it up in the center. I was going to spin out, so I'm trying to chase it up (the track) and he was there.
Here's the incident itself:
But people on Twitter described it as the best thing ever.