A very nice sum up of Fallout and its ancestors and descendants, in preparations for tomorrow's release of Fallout 3.
He says some pretty interesting things about the media and populist struggles as well.
A follow-up to the oft-imitated commercial from 2000. The appearance of this commercial, which is oddly poignant, eight years later makes me forgive the first one. It feels more like one of those long-suffering jokes about bricks and barbecues and dogs on the wings of airplanes.
No embedding, but it's worth the click through to watch Tina Fey and Alec Baldwin bring the awesome.
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