Relavent to everyone's interests, I think.
Amazingly, this is not from The Onion.
Comedian Jason Alexander made fun of the sport cricket last week, calling it "gay." At first he didn't understand why some of his fans were offended. Now he gets it. Here is his thoughtful apology.
Welcome to the meme-ification of the sitcom. Some television writers, like those on Yip-favorite Parks and Rec, have started writing with the show's long-term future on the internet in mind. Jokes and sightgags are short enough to be guaranteed life in the form of Twitter hashtags and animated gifs, to the delight of tech-savvy viewers. The writers are essentially handing us their babies and trusting us to give them long and happy lives online.
Decided to make a news article because the post got buried pretty fast, and we haven't had new articles in a week, yo. Just mixing things up.
Starting March 15th, the NBC lineup will be
Community - 8:00
30 Rock - 8:30
The Office - 9:00
Up All Night - 9:30
until April 19th when Parks and Rec will move to the 9:30 slot, and finish off it's remaining 5 episodes.`
I know the issues we all have with LB, but this is an entertaining piece by MoGlo in reaction to the birth control hearing in Congress today. Her tweets about it & the comments on the article are also pretty good.
I laughed anyways.
We should put a Mark Wahlberg on every plane to ensure true safety from terrorism.
DISCLAIMER: This commercial isn't real, neither are society's standards of beauty.
Jesse Rosten shares, "I was watching TV one sleepless night and stumbled upon an infomercial for some beauty product. The commercial showed before and after portraits, that to my eye, looked like the same photo just photoshopped. I laughed to myself. Then I made this video."
Though acting has long been his "first job," woodworking gives him the deep satisfaction of producing objects that are tangible and lasting, with an intimate function in daily life.