28 September 2010

its a britney spears sex riot!

#glee ladybird johnson had a tramp stamp.

daily ri ri

from @rihanna:

Wuddup RihannaNavy, here's a little taste of #LOUD Meet me @ my facebook page for more...

ostriches. because they are weird.

and i thought you would like them.

a day with robyn

robyn looks like she would be so much fun to hang out with and be best friends with.

glee : britney / brittany

tonight is the highly anticipated britney spears episode of glee. dont forget to tune in your DVRs. also, go ahead and read nymag interview with heather morris to get some insight. it is relatively spoiler-free.

true grit trailer

my granddad (not italian) had an entire collection of john wayne vhs movies that i would watch the shit out of when i was visiting their house during the summer growing up. im really looking forward to this.

sarah palin gets less than she deserves.

what is kismet doing?

trying to get smarter, also known as mastering "roll over."

my italian heritage

here is a picture my crazy family that my crazy italian aunt put on facebook. my grandmother sadie rosalee spinosa is the lady at the bottom of that triangle of girls near the top left.

also, can you find the puppy in this picture?

tennessee football flag - tennessee traditions

tennessee already has the most glorious state flag in america, even the world, but now it has been improved for football season. buy one for your flag pole.

michelle obama and chantal biya

first ladies. i mean it.

twilight baby.

they cast renesmee!

Nine-year-old Mackenzie Foy has been cast as Renesmee, and EW reports that the actress will play the younger (but fast-aging) character using Benjamin Button–style facial-transfer trickery. If the special effects are anywhere near as good as the Twilight saga's terrible CG wolves, we are in for some solid gold right here. (via)

i'll be honest, i'd all but forgotten this movie was happening. let the countdown begin!

drunk-drivin'-est cities.


Cities with the most drunk driving offenders
1. San Diego
2. San Jose
3. Charlotte
4. Phoenix
5. Columbus
6. Indianapolis
7. Los Angeles
8. San Francisco
9. Austin
10. Jacksonville
11. San Antonio
12. Dallas
13. Houston
14. Fort Worth
15. Memphis
16. Philadelphia
17. New York
18. Baltimore
19. Chicago
20. Detroit


what is lulu doing?

getting f***ed up!

thx nanners!

what is jazzy doing?

catching some rays. thx mom!

what is isabella doing?


can you find her? 

thx melissa!

what are louise + yuki doing?

celebrating twosie tuesday.
and being totes BFFs 4e.

thx lilly!!!

well, that's interesting.

turns out atheists and jews know more about the bible than christians!

Researchers from the independent Pew Forum on Religion and Public Life phoned more than 3,400 Americans and asked them 32 questions about the Bible, Christianity and other world religions, famous religious figures and the constitutional principles governing religion in public life.
On average, people who took the survey answered half the questions incorrectly, and many flubbed even questions about their own faith.
Those who scored the highest were atheists and agnostics, as well as two religious minorities: Jews and Mormons. The results were the same even after the researchers controlled for factors like age and racial differences. (via)
test your knowledge in a similar quiz, here.

genius news.

jicydak, i just started watching the wire on dvd. every wednesday, lillywhitefish and i (and sometimes g.animalz, too. if attendees were vowels, she would be the Y.) have wire wednesdays, during which i try to power through as many episodes as possible before lilly falls asleep on the couch (last week, we made it through .5). joel started with us when he was visiting, and now he's also watching them at home. we just finished season one, but he's probably farther along.

we all love the show, so you can imagine my delight to hear this morning that its creator, david simon, was just awarded a macarthur genius grant!
David Simon, creator of the HBO television series "The Wire," is among 23 recipients of this year's MacArthur Foundation "genius grants" - news that left him with what he described as "a vague sense of guilt."
The $500,000 grants were announced Tuesday by the Chicago-based John D. and Catherine T. MacArthur Foundation. The money, paid quarterly over five years, comes with no strings, allowing winners unfettered freedom to pursue their creativity.
Simon's guilt stemmed from already being amply funded in an industry that's "a little bit recession-proof," he said. Still, the award's prestige will go far with network executives. While critically acclaimed, Simon's dissection of urban problems in "The Wire" and more recently "Treme" hasn't yet scored Emmys or high Nielsen ratings.
"It makes it easier to go into the room with the network and argue against doing the usual thing in television," Simon said. His next pitch? The history of the CIA since World War II and a housing desegregation fight in Yonkers are two subjects inspiring him now. "Not all these things have the best possible commercial outlook," he said. (via)
RIP wallace!! (spoiler alert retroactive!)

detroit : more than urban decay porn

johnny knoxville (natch) tools around detroit looking for the hip white people who are trying to make it cool again. its actually a pretty fascinating little documentary about how to recycle a failed city. part 2 part 3

i think this is autoplay... sorry.
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