Director Harold Ramis, who brought us films like Stripes, Analyze This, Groundhog Day and Ghostbusters and who appeared as Egon Spengler in the latter and its sequel, Ghostbusters 2, died at the age of 69. R.I.P.
I got a migraine and threw up because of this
i cant sleep cause of this now
i feel…i dont feel real anymore
This sounds like the rambling my buddy in college would go on when he smoked too much weed.
I don’t know what to do now.
This is not news if your spouse was a math major and loves nature.
Attention De La Soul fans! Beginning about 2 hours ago and ending tomorrow, De La’s entire sample-laden (and therefore difficult to get licensing for digital distro) catalog is available for free download!
Insane people get angry about a Coke ad in which America the Beautiful is sung in different languages. Apparently you’re only allowed to be American if you speak English.
The folk singer, who has died at 94, had one defining feature: selflessness.
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RIP Pete Seeger.
Seattle Seahawks cornerback RICHARD SHERMAN, calling out the racist idiocy spread like wildfire online following his postgame interview with Erin Andrews last Sunday.
This is the hockey game he’s referring to; on CNN’s The Lead earlier today, a sports columnist pointed out that in hockey, players who regularly get into skirmishes on the ice aren’t regularly referred to as “thugs,” but “enforcers.”
Hmmmm. And yep.
(via Business Insider)
If you’re a hip-hop head, you must listen to this mix. It is near 14 years old now but with its pop culture and sports references peppered throughout the classic tracks, its staying power can’t be denied. Here’s a short description from my friend Alex, who along with my cousin Alan, made the mix… click through to see the full description and listen….
Around this time 13 years ago I got together with my friend Alan to make a mix cd of the rap records that has been released that year. A rash of good hip hop records came out in 2000, from major label and underground artists alike. There were joints from name brands like Jay Z, Snoop, Dre, Eminem, Ghostface, MOP, Common, Xzibit, Wu, Outkast, and De La Soul. The veterans were still heard—Biz, Phife and Sadat X. But some of the records I liked most were from so-called underground artists like J-Live, Quasimoto, Dialated Peoples, Kid Koala, Slum Village, Cali Agents, Rah Digga, Encore, and The Nextmen.