How the Timing on The Burning Beekeeper Lines Up

How accurately did ‘The Burning Beekeeper‘ sync up, when you layer each five-minute scene over the other? Pretty close, but not perfectly.

I may not have as high praise for the latest episode of How I Met Your Mother as our resident reviewer Ivey, but I admit I was intrigued at the filming style. Neil Patrick Harris even Tweeted that the scene from the kitchen timer’s start until the fiery end was exactly the same length. So how well did everything match up?

As it turns out, some enterprising bloke took it upon themselves to see how well the scenes merged together. The results are sometimes nearly dead-on, while other times it’s way off — even some of the dialog appears to have changed a tad from scene to scene. Still, it’s pretty fun to watch how the whole thing plays together, room-to-room.

Check it out for yourselves below, before the anti-fun squad come snag the thing away.


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What Ted Tells His Kids

Nothing new for the moment, but a wonderful friend of mine sent this. Enjoy… and reflect on how sad and true this is.


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RSS Feed Change

Leave it to me to screw something up…seems all of this time I have been sending out two different RSS feeds. If you subscribed then check and make sure you are subscribed to

Sorry for the confusion.

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Tattoos Are Permanent, So Consider This…

I’ve been seeing a lot more people with ink lately. Tattoos are not just for bikers and gang members anymore. Now instead of taking time off from your busy schedule to spend time in your local penitentiary it’s socially acceptable to go out anytime and get one of these fine expressions of who you are. I’ve even considered getting one myself for many years. But before you go off and get a tattoo of your exact skeletal structure, you should read this helpful guide of considerations for getting a tattoo:

1. Tattoos are permanent. Is the design timeless?
A tattoo should stand the test of time. If you have a Backstreet Boys or Gary Coleman tattoo, then I am sincerely sorry. While Chuck Norris and Star Wars may last forever, you might want to choose something will still make sense 20+ years from now. For Example, Joe Dirt is timeless…