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  • TVGasm


    IT'S CHRISTMAS, or I mean, basically. It's also TVgasm Tuesday, and since this is the last Tuesday before Christmas, I'm gonna give you enough TV news to tide you over for two whole weeks instead of just one.

    We had one and a half finales this week: How I Met Your Mother had its two-part midseason finale, which somehow managed to answer questions without actually answering them, AND after six well-dressed seasons of emotional glaring, Gossip Girl had her series finale, finishing up with $3000 lace handkerchiefs and a surprise twist.

    Also, when I think of "comedy," I totally think of Barbra Streisand yelling at Seth Rogen for several hours in a car, so when I heard about their new movie I thought "Oh of course, somebody finally made this, just in time for the world to end!" Let's face our imminent doom with TVgasm!

    This Week:

    Probably the best thing about the Internet is the comments section. The comments section of ANYTHING. There's always one person posting a chain letter (what is this AIM in 2004?!), and, of course, there's the always-immortal-and-ever-articulate "Wow. just wow." TVgasm's comments are just as lively: Click to read the best of 2012!

    Did you stop by the TVgasm holiday party? You didn't?! It was THE social event of the season! There was boxed wine! There were miscellaneous housewives! There was even a wild Lohan sighting! Click here to get the scoop on this totally awesome party that totally happened and was real.

    At a certain time, one just gets tired of denim shirts and puns, am I right? Obviously, I'm referring to Jay Leno, because I just can't bring myself to watch his show anymore. Maybe 2014 will bring a good host to the Jay Leno time slot? Click to find out who may be replacing Leno in a few years (that is, if we don't all die in 3 days, thanks Mayans).


    Remember: If you're commenting on something online, let's try at least to keep it interesting. Can we put a moratorium on the "Wow. just wow" forever?

    Do you like tweets about cake? Follow me at @Sam_the_Stone


  • The Night Feed

    Merry Christmas!

    Merry Christmas, everyone!  All of us over here at My Damn Channel want to thank you for watching our videos and sharing them.  Without you guys, we are nothing more than mere broadband.

    Now watch this log!


  • Chris Donahue Presents How To Be A Man

    Santa Clause is my new best friend

    Merry Christmas Eve friends!

    Every year since I was a wee-lad I've done one thing and one thing only on Christmas Eve… tried to stay awake to see Santa Clause. Every year I fail you guys but this year, this year will be different!

    After my parents and sister are asleep I'm just gonna chug a buncha Red Bull and wait for the jolly Saint Nick. I'm sure he'll be stoked to see me so after we dip into those milk and cookies we'll probably throw back a few beers and reminisce about Christmas pasts.

    Basically what I'm trying to say is, after tonight, don't talk to me anymore cause Santa and I will be best friends. If you've got any questions for me to ask my new BFF shoot 'em on over to my twitter. @MrChrisDonahue

    Peace on Earth!


  • The Night Feed

    Time to Shelf the Elf

    Okay. It’s time to get real here. Elf on the Shelf is the stupidest thing I’ve ever seen or heard of.


    This was not a tradition while I was growing up. (That said, I come from a family that doesn’t have any Christmas traditions other than drinking too much and… drinking too much, so.) In fact, I had never even heard of this dumb thing until about a year ago. Apparently it’s a “Christmas tradition” that was created in 2005, which is already dumb. You can’t just make something up and then call it a tradition. You have to do it for a long time and then someone else calls it a tradition. So first off, the creators of the Elf on the Shelf don’t even know how traditions work.


    Secondly, the entire idea is just stupid. Santa is supposed to be all-knowing. He sees you when you’re sleeping and knows when you’re awake, right? So why does he have to send a twelve-inch tall elf to your house to spy on you? And the fact that this is being used as behavior modification for kids – “Clean your room, the elf on the shelf is watching!” – really? Like, if Santa isn’t enough motivation for your kids to get their acts together for the month of December, this stupid elf certainly won’t be.


    Also, parents hate it. Seriously, this article from the Colorado Springs Gazette pretty much sums it up:


    "The elf is the bane of my December," said [Meagan B. Murphy]. "Her name is Arielle. She wears a Target-exclusive sparkly tutu that cost like 15 bucks. She has two. I can barely remember to brush my teeth, let alone hide her nightly or do an outfit change."


    Come on, parents. You don’t have to do this. May I suggest switching it out for one of my family’s vaunted traditions, like “Eating all the chocolate in the advent calendar on December 3rd” or “Forgetting to put up the tree until the 23rd of December and then just going out and buying a shrub to stick in one corner of the living room until March”? I assure you, they’re much more low-energy.

    Liz / @lizbelsky


  • Harry Shearer

    Get Tickets Now!

    Hey everyone, it's that special time of year we all call the Holiday Season!  And what's a better way of bringing in these most beloved of times than some music?  The answer is nothing, so buy some tickets to see Judith Owen and Harry Shearer play some beautiful holiday-themed music in some major cities across the U.S.

    These shows are always something special, from the song choices to the beautiful performances by Harry and Judith, to the excellent guests they always bring in to help 'em out.  I mean, one year Donald Fagen of Steely Dan performed with them.  I'm telling you now if you don't know already, it doesn't get cooler than having a member of The Dan come and sing at your show.  Just doesn't.  And things are gonna be even more off the hook this year.

    Get tickets and more info HERE.  They go fast, so jump on it!  It's going to be very merry indeed.


  • The Night Feed

    The Ultimate Christmas Playlist

    I am a big fan of Christmas music. Some people can't stand it: it's irritating, it's ubiquitous, it's lame. I mean, if you hear the same tune over and over in a Macy's as you fight off blood-thirsty shoppers, any song can get annoying. I get it.

    So you know what I did? I created an EXCELLENT Christmas playlist for you. It has the absolute staples, as well as some "more off the beaten path" tunes--you know, some songs that you might not hear a hundred times on the radio.  99 percent of these are all genuinely good songs. Sure, these are typical Christmas/holiday season songs, but more than that--this playlist is just some damn good music.

    The playlist is a SUREFIRE HIT so don't be afraid put it on shuffle at a holiday party, or just, you know... vibe out on it to get you in the spirit of things! When I picture myself listening to this playlist, I'm in front of a fire and a Christmas tree, casually sipping a martini and wearing an over-priced-yet-typically-festive sweater, surrounded by friends and family having amazing conversation as the music fills the air! It really IS the most wonderful time of the year!

    Follow me: @DannyMoney


  • Chris Donahue Presents How To Be A Man


    Welp, Thanksgiving is over which means one thing and one thing only. IT'S OFFICIALLY CHRISTMAS TIME!!!

    Bust out the egg nog, trim the ole' Christmas tree, and hang the stockings by the fire with care ya doofus! I love Christmas! I love everything about it but most specifically the commercialization of it.

    Now you might be saying, "Hey Chris, come on! Not everyone celebrates Christmas." To which I say, "Hey person reading my blog post on the internet. I get it but Christmas is for everyone!!!"

    You see, what I'm trying to say is, it doesn't matter what religion you are because everyone can celebrate the commercialization of Christmas. It's Non-Denominational Christmas time for all!!!

    Also, other Happy Holidays that you may celebrate but Christmas is the best!

    Tweet at me with yuletide joy @MrChrisDonahue


  • You Suck At Photoshop

    Let's Photoshop A Christmas Card!

    You want to make a good Christmas card this year? You're running out of time… Let me give you a few steps to making the perfect Christmas card in Photoshop.

    1.Fix your families skin tone or your sons eczema in the family photo for your perfect Christmas card.

    2. Don't let your text be boring and straight… put your text on a cool path!

    3. Copy and paste a Christmas Ornament into the photo and then Clone Stamp the shit out of them!

    Three easy steps to make a wonderful Family Christmas Card like this one (shown left)

    Tweet me your Christmas Cards @MrChrisDonahue


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