Five More Movies From 2009 Seen In 2009 →
The Hurt Locker is my new Favorite Film Of 2009, proving that a “celebrated art film” can engage me more than a “masterpiece of craft” like Drag Me To Hell (of course, that I’m calling a war…
Eugene's Jon Gosselin Match.com ad is on... →
katespencer: An OMG! moment for me. Yay Eug! Pretty awesome typo in Us’ transcription: “I want to meet someone whose hair cut is symmetrical, who likes BlueTooths, Ed Hardy T-shirts, tractors and doesn’t mind that I already have eight-and-a-half white babies.”
2 Chimps, 1 Glass
Of all the memorable moments that happened over 4th of July weekend (spent in Chicago for the 3rd of at least 5 weddings I’ll be attending this year), the highlight was probably watching children gawk as two chimpanzees licked their own fecal matter off the glass partition at the Lincoln Park Zoo (one regularly washing its hand with its own urine during the feast). Had to wonder if chimp...
Got this from Videogum. Been saying “that’s not a cheeseburger, that’s my diiiiiiiiiick!” for about 12 hours straight.
Travis Morrison Retires From Music →
Are you happy now, Chris Dahlen? To be fair, the follow-up to Travistan (an album I still enjoy) left me cold, and I’d prefer this to a sadsack “The Dismemberment Plan Reunite To Cover Emergency & I On Tour” headline. But I’m still kinda bummed.
leilacohan: Douchey video, yes, but I just like to look at him. They should have opened it with him dramatically standing up from a wheelchair. thedailywhat: New Music Video! Drake - “Best I Ever Had” Directed by Kanye West. First single off Drake’s third mixtape, So Far Gone. [via.] If it wasn’t for DeGrassi, people would realize that Drake is only worthwhile as proof of what a...
A Scene From "South Of Heaven, West Of Hell", The...
Paul Reubens attempts to rape Bridget Fonda against a wall, while Michael “Evening Shade” Jeter tries to mount Reubens from behind, saying “I can’t get to her too!” Fonda breaks a gasoline lantern over Reubens’ back, setting him on fire, before jabbing Jeter in the crotch with what’s left of the lantern. Vince Vaughn, dressed like a bandito, screams for...
Do you belong in NYC? →
katespencer: asie: ex2:meltingnoise: kissdonttell: tweexcore: “New Yorkers think an interesting life is more important than a happy life. What you really pay for with the exorbitant cost of living and the hard lifestyle is to be surrounded by strong performers, huge ambitions, and constant need for change and innovation. To live in New York City, you have to trade happiness for this. To most...
U2 opens the U2360 Tour. Bono calls Barcelona ‘the capital of surrealism.’ He...– U2tours.com, via Matthew. (via barthel)
I Deride Your Word Choice
In the new Elle Music Issue (hey, someone left it in my bathroom), we are provided an example of Missy Elliott’s “enigmatic” lyrics: “Beep! Beep! Who’s got the keys to the jeep? Vrooooom.” Someone either has no clue what “enigmatic” means or is easily baffled by onomatopoeias.