That’s “too” short, genius.
That’s “too” short, genius.
If the UK allowed this stuff, maybe they wouldn’t have those phony accents and bad teeth.
Doesn’t it make you feel better?
I think once you wake up and realize where you are, the boomboom is pretty much inevitable.
and from all canadians (the more educated ones and where basketball was invented). The more educated ones would know that a Canadian invented basketball while he was working in the US.
Wow, really? You really think a comedian who prefaces a line with “in my research” is speaking literally about a scientific study that he performed? I’m surprised you don’t fault him for publishing his results on Twitter instead of waiting for the Journal of Psychiatric Research to finish their peer review.
Screw all that, I’ll just stick to drugs.
Anybody actually read the article before reacting to it? Ward went on to say, “[H]opefully one guy comes out of the closet and [will] be comfortable with himself…I don’t have anything against a gay football player or a gay person period so if he does, he has support from me. I want people to live their lives for who they are and don’t have to hide behind closed doors to do that.”
Yes, it’s entirely fair to bash somebody for relaying what they acknowledge up front is an anecdote. And of course we all know that nobody ever wears a Joy Division (or Ramones or Misfits) t-shirt for fashion without actually being a big fan of their work.
Every team plays in the cold eventually. It’s better for him to get used to that environment by being there year round, rather than flying up and having to play in it two or three times a year.
Hmm…nope, SkyMall is still worst.
#12 Did they make a chocolate version of Hustla da Rabbit?
Well first, you need to look up what the term “half-decade” means. An album a year isn’t especially prolific, and they didn’t even make that. Calling a band out specifically as ‘prolific’ implies a Guided by Voices, Frank Zappa, The Beatles, or even a mid-2000s Frank Black level of output. Hell, Tupac Shakur has put out more material than these guys the last ten years.
…most prolific bands in contemporary indie rock over the past half decade. They’ve released three studio albums in the past five years. That’s not really ‘prolific’. If you throw in all the various solo projects, maybe. But “The Smiths wrote complaint slips that nobody read” might be the quote of the year.
6:00-6:30 Ebert nails the concept of ‘dog-whistle politics’ ten years before it’s widely recognized by the American public.
I think 11 is reasonable given that “invents” is in quotation. I don’t think they’re in labs trying to create new infectious diseases, but they are taking relatively minor conditions that affect a small number of people and marketing them as major diseases that affect everybody. That’s just the nature of shameless marketing, though. Computer anti-virus companies though, I wouldn’t put it past them to release viruses to coerce people into buying anti-virus software.
Each of Mrs. Cherry’s kitchen and household appliances thinks it can perform another’s duties better. Coffee-Percolator wants to make ice cream; Toaster wants to make ice cubes; Iron wants to put dimpled-squares into waffles… I guess the oven really wanted to be a hair dryer.
If you see a vag that looks like that, please take it to the doctor.
Could you imagine if we’d had raves back then?
Has any leader in any country ever had the full acceptance of his or her people? Even Jesus only had a 92% approval rating among his apostles.
Western Montana is awesome. Eastern Montana there for people who can no longer handle the excitement of North Dakota.
And they say bipartisanship is dead.
I kinda think Shaun of the Dead belongs on this list. Probably An American Werewolf in London too.
You’d think conservatives would want to see Chavez there since he was less black than Jesus.
Well, that would certainly explain how Fox News got its name.
The fur pattern in #19 is amazing. It looks like it’s part raccoon.
That would explain the naming of the Fox News channel.
“Wealthy BigPenis wanted to hear more” sounds like the title of a math rock song.
I did a Rothko icon too, but used a different painting.
I must have missed the scene where they porked.
This is the first thing I thought of when I saw the picture in 13.
Janet Weiss was already a fairly well-established drummer by the time she joined Sleater-Kinney, so it’s not surprising that she’s a few years older than Tucker and Brownstein. She’s one of the best drummers out there, and more than holds her own even on this list.
The real irony is seeing this song rocked by somebody so young that they’re physically incapable of getting ‘hot for teacher’ yet.
Red pandas are hipster raccoons.
They both look like Chuck E. Cheese’s retarded cousins.