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You don’t need to chase rainbows if you have a heart filled with gold.
Happy St. Patrick’s Day!
Every four years athletes from around the world to compete in a variety of sports in what is known more commonly as the Olympic Games. The margin between victory and defeat can often be less than a second. One thing we do know from watching all these althletes is that hard work pays off.
It’s been a while since our last blog post but thats mainly because we’ve been hard at work. Most recently Angry Panda was down in San Diego for the 2012 Comic-Con. If you couldn’t make it down for the event, feast your eyes on what you missed.
Toynami released a limited edition Angry Panda plush doll in all pink. It sold out quickly in just over a day which is bittersweet since many people who wanted one couldn’t get one. The good news is there is a tornado of awesomeness on its way with enough for everyone!
If you are like the t-shirts you see they are available at Spencer’s Gifts.
The 84th Academy Awards, better known as The Oscars, will be held tonight and I couldn’t care less. I think it’s fine that creative people get together on a special night to recognize their own for extraordinary achievement but the actual telecast is a showcase of the some of the worst acting you will ever see. From the borrowed diamonds to faux humility, The Oscars is really nothing more than a fashion show for the incredibly vain.
All that said, we are still looking forward to watching Billy Crystal’s opening number and are pulling for a Kung Fu Panda 2 victory in the Best Animated Movie category.
Valentine’s Day is one of Angry Panda’s favorite holidays ever. Did you know that pandas love chocolate and greeting cards? It’s true.
Whether you are celebrating with the one you love or are home alone wishing the day would be over already….we just want to wish everybody the Happiest Valentine’s Day ever.
No one is more excited for this year’s Super Bowl than Angry Panda. Who doesn’t love a rematch when everything is on the line? But before you get too excited about the big game take a second to consider who was hired for your halftime entertainment. MADONNA. Don’t adjust your screen. You read that correctly. If you are as disappointed as we are please keep reading. If you’re are stoked about that please leave and never read this blog again.
Can someone please tell me what genius at the NFL thought the best way to reward its fans was to book Madonna to perform the halftime show at Super Bowl XLVI (that’s 46 for those of you who are bad with Roman numberals). There is only one plausible explanation. If you consider that since its inception the Super Bowl halftime show has gotten exponentially worse every year then picking Madonna makes perfect sense. We hope to be lucky enough to hit the mute button just in time to spare our ears from her faux British accent and anything she may lip-sync.
There was a time and place when Madonna was relevant. This is not it.