Can someone PLEASE schedule a New York City Tumblr meetup on any day other than Saturday? I work from noon-midnight. No hope for attending.
I named Trapped in the Closet one of the decade's... →
Yes, yes — Dear God, yes. Bonus points because Omar from ‘The Wire’ plays a cop. kidpretentious: Oh yeah, I went there.
The 'As Seen On TV' Holiday Gift Guide →
urlesque: This season, give the gift of irony. It’s the thought that counts, and these infomercial-pitched gifts say “I thought it would be more fun to make a joke than improve your life.
Ah, so brilliant. nbclocal: Tips for the Sensitive Christian via the New Yorker
Although cocky on the outside, The Situation has a sensitive side and aspires to...– MTV’s Jersey Shore’s Wikipedia page. Uhhhh-oh, looks like something is about to become a contested page. (via luckypaperstars)
Sigh. Every season of "SNL" has its "Spock's...
I had to look up this reference and this is what I found: There are episodes of Star Trek that are painfully sexist, like “The Man Trap”, and there are episodes of Star Trek that are just sort of doofy, like “Who Mourns for Adonais?” But of all the bad episodes of Star Trek, none can equal “Spock’s Brain” for sheer jaw-dropping awfulness…and this is...
Is this the most uncomfortable SNL monologue of all time, or is it just me?
If it wasn't 10:00, I would go to the library and...
Have you ever read Charles Wright? His book Scar Tissue is worth checking out if you haven’t. (via brighteryellow)
copycats: Jesus, Etc. by Norah Jones originally...
ROLLING STONE'S 100 BEST ALBUMS OF THE 00s.
Rolling Stone did something right. Yankee Hotel Foxtrot at #3 jacktheripper525: 100 Leonard Cohen - 10 New Songs 99 The Hold Steady - Almost Killed Me 98 TV On The Radio - Return To Cookie Mountain 97 Wilco - Sky Blue Sky 96 The Streets - Original Pirate Material 95 Alicia Keys - Songs In A Minor 94 The Libertines - Up The Brackett 93 Johnny Cash - Unearthed 92 Bon Iver - For Emma, Forever Ago...
cargohoo: Feist w/Wilco - Weighted Down (The Prison Song) From Beck’s Record Club project, covering Skip Spence’s 1969 album Oar.