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Television The hiring of the fifth black woman to join the cast of Saturday Night Live in its 38-year history is a fine first step, but it's the follow-up that's going to count. Movies The Hong Kong entertainment magnate and philanthropist Run Run Shaw, who died today at 106 or 107, isn't that well known in the West. Monkey See
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Fashionably Geek — Clothing and accessories for the well-dressed geek Sure, Carnage is a psychopath and one of Spider-Man’s most terrifying enemies, but his overall look is actually pretty cool. So, if you’re looking to tap into your inner supervillain, you’ll probably want to pick up this official Carnage hoodie. It’s made from cotton and polyester, and it also features a mesh mask that can help you achieve that genuine (and definitely scary) Carnage vibe. Check out some more sweatshirt pics after the break… [click to continue…] When handing out buttons fails, then it’s time to break out the Spidey suit.
The Best of "Dark Roasted Blend" in 2012 "Dark Roasted Blend" - All Kinds of Weird and Wonderful Things, Discovered Daily!" DRB is a top-ranked and respected source for the best in art, travel and fascinating technology, with a highly visual presentation. Our in-depth articles in many categories make DRB a highly visual online magazine, bringing you quality entertainment every time you open your "feed" reader or visit our site - About DRB The Best of "Dark Roasted Blend" in 2012
NBC News 4 reporter Scott MacFarlane, researching a story about the Washington Navy Yard shootings of September 2013, sent some FOIA (Freedom of Information Act) requests to the Navy. The danger of “Reply All.” He asked for memos sent by some officials, and for any emails they sent between 8:00 and 9:30 am on the day of the shooting. He also asked for photos of Building 197, where the shootings took place. SorryWatch | Analyzing apologies in the news, media, history and literature, and pondering why they are so often horrid.
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Ou Leili is a contributor at Ministry of Tofu. You can learn more about her on our About page. “I am festering away, paralyzed and over 100,000 yuan (US $16,303.60) in debt. China news and articles. Social justice, people's life and mentality. | Ministry of Tofu 豆腐部
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The Art of Manliness | Men’s Interests and Lifestyle Ditch the Pavement: Trail Running 101 by A Manly Guest Contributor Editor’s Note: This is a guest post from Doug Hay. Running is the most primal of sports.
Catalog Living Hello Catalog Living fans! Just wanted to let you all know that we are on hiatus for a bit; Molly welcomed a baby girl into the world two weeks ago and is taking some time away from the world of starfish, fruit bowls, and gourds. Speaking of which, this break is a perfect opportunity for all of us to make sure our seasonal gourd display is up to date now that fall is here. We will see you soon!
The #1 Independent Movie & TV News Website Currently Hot Topics: Agents of S.H.I.E.L.D. | Batman vs Superman | X-Men | Best Movie Scenes of 2013 | Most Anticipated 2014 Movies | 'Gotham' TV Series Story, Characters & Villains The 'Gotham' TV series won't have Batman, but it will apparently have a young Bruce Wayne, Joker, Penguin, Riddler and other classic characters. 'Ant-Man' Story & Character Details Rumored 'Ant-Man' plot details indicate that the film may follow Edgar Wright's script treatment for another studio over a decade ago, before Marvel had the rights. Screen Rant: Movie News, Movie Reviews, Movie Trailers, TV News
WTF with Marc Maron Podcast Merry Christmas- I mean that. I don’t care what you believe in but culturally we are pressured to take this time off and be inundated with not-so-subliminal messages of coercion to buy and be peaceful and fucking enjoy the season—trees, snowmen, ornaments and bearded fat men. Go out on the streets filled with young Santas dressed in plaid, wearing tuques and drinking IPA and say, "Merry Christmas, little hipster Santa.
Look, it's not that difficult. The sign says "express lane" and the way that works is they limit the number of items each person can have. If everybody ignored that and took a bunch of items through the express lane, it wouldn't be an express lane, would it? IT WOULD JUST BE A REGULAR LANE. Or is it the number "20" that confuses you? Which part of "20" don't you understand? Lowering the Bar
Weather: What a difference a week makes. Last weekend the St. Louis area was hit with anywhere from 9 to 15 inches of snow. Most of that is still around but this weekend we’re hit with warmer weather. 40′s (F) for Saturday and into the 50′s on Sunday. We got a lot of rain on Friday which helped a little bit on the snow covered sidewalks and streets but there are still plenty of mounds of snow around. Hopefully some of that will be gone after the weekend. Bits and Pieces
On one side of The Divide—the gap in the justice system between the rich and the poor that provides the title for Matt Taibbi’s brilliant and enraging new book—financiers and other wealthy people commit egregious crimes, including laundering drug money, and rarely face jail time. Prosecutors worry about "collateral consequences" before filing charges. On the other side is Andrew Brown, who lives in a neighborhood obsessively monitored by police and is arrested for standing outside his own building talking to a friend. The Awl - Be Less Stupid
A new map from the New York Times uses data from the Census Bureau to show the percentages of people living below the poverty line in each census tract in the USA. The Mapping Poverty in America visualization uses the Google Maps API to provide poverty percentage rates and the numbers living in poverty in each USA census tract. You can zoom in on the map to view the poverty levels at any location or you can use the links under the map to quickly zoom to a number of the larger US cities. Thanks to ProPublica we now have a Google Map that allows you to find nearby emergency rooms and find out which has the shortest average waiting time. Google Maps Mania
Classic paintings brought to life by subtle motion JAN 16 Rino Stefano Tagliafierro took more than 100 paintings (from the likes of Reubens, Caravaggio, Rembrandt, and Vermeer) and set them in motion to music to form a slow motion oil painted dreamland. Lots of boobs, butts, penises, and even the occasional hint of sexual gesture in this one -- the motion sometimes fills in the blanks on all of those frolicking nymph-type paintings, making them seem to modern eyes even more sexist and outdated than the static paintings. There are some definite porny moments, is what I'm saying. So yeah, probably NSFW. And for those looking to supplement their GIF collections, this page contains links to an animated GIF for each painting represented in the video. kottke.org - home of fine hypertext products
Download The Universe Speaking To My Madness: How I Searched For Myself In Schizophrenia. By Roberta Payne. Kindle and print-on-demand. Reviewed by Thomas Levenson Roberta Payne, a polylingual scholar and translator has just published her first book of prose, Speaking To My Madness.
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