22 March 2012


omar as ODB

Sit back and get ready for Michael K. Williams, a.k.a. Omar Little from The Wire and Chalky White from Boardwalk Empire, to become the foul-mouthed rapper millennials love to love: Ol' Dirty Bastard.
Williams just agreed to play ODB. in an upcoming feature about the rapper's life as told through the eyes of a 22-year-old intern named Jarred Weisfeld who becomes a manager. And, yes, it's based on a true story. It's called Dirty White Boy. (via)


that'll do just fine!

KTV sent us a picture of this adorable beanbag chair. is it a preview of the gift we are about to get?!

guess who's adorbz...


thx liz!

"i did watch a video of what is probably a corgi hiking. it was great. may cause nausea but totes worth it!"

from melissa.

just thinking out loud

yesterday i listened to A LOT of one erection direction and picked a favorite song (listen above) and a favorite group member (zayn). now im not going to mention any names, but SOMEONE is turning 29 on May 27th, and there is SOME boy band on tour who happens to be playing at the Beacon Theater on May 26th, and tickets just happen to go on sale this weekend.

enjoy your hot man soup

I took this picture on the M train this morning.

What in the hell is mannish water, and why does it have rams and goat flavor in it? Ewwwwwww.

keekerz speakerz

tanlines is a new favorite. listen to their new album on spotify! i haven't been able to stop.

those are some kubrick-esque zooms, amiright?

whatever, tennessee.

The state legislature of Tennessee has given legal cover to public school teachers to challenge the science of evolution and climate change, in a move that looks set to deepen a debate about politicisation of the classroom.
The bill passed in the Tennessee Senate this week provides legal protection to teachers who personally do not believe in evolution or the human causes of climate change, and instead want to teach the "scientific strengths and weaknesses of existing scientific theories". (via)

scrabble doodle dandy is worth a lot of coins!

Zynga, the company known for ripping off well-known games and calling them their own, is buying OMGPOP, a company that broke into the big time by ripping off Pictionary. And who can blame them? In the month since it launched "Draw Something," OMGPOP has gone from a relatively unknown mobile gamemaker to one of the hottest commodities in Silicon Valley.
AllThingsD's Peter Kafka confirmed the $200 million purchase on Wednesday and called Draw Something "astonishingly popular" noting, "the iPhone app sits atop iTunes 'top paid' and 'top free' lists, which is very unusual. Even more unusual: It is also the top grossing app at iTunes, based in large part on in-app purchases players make." Kafka adds that his sources say OMGPOP is taking home $250,000 a day. That sounds pretty popular! You know what else is really popular? Pictionary. (via)

the shining zooms

a supercut of all the zooms from kubrick's the shining. scaaarrryyyy!!!

million hoodie march

The family of Trayvon Martin joined thousands of demonstrators, who teamed up with Occupy Wall Street, to march across New York City last night to protest the shooting death of the Florida teenager. The "Million Hoodie March," as it was dubbed, was organized to show support for the Martin family and call for the arrest of the George Zimmerman, the man who shot and killed Martin last month, but has not been charged after claiming self-defense. Martin's parents spoke to crowd to thank them for their support and continue to push for chages to be filed against Zimmerman. Martin's mother Sabrina Fulton told the gathered protesters that "My son is your son." (via)
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