This featurette comes from John Pierson’s late, great IFC series Split Screen, which also went a long ways in edumacating my movie choices. When you have time, rent The Fabulous Stains. In the meantime, enjoy the story behind it (via SharpeWorld.com)
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Last time I visited Washington, D.C., I had some Indian food, drank too much Rolling Rock, and hit the Holocaust Museum with an eye-throbbing hangover. It was a rough day. Maybe next time I’ll take a walking tour of the city’s hardcore scene, as documented in the 10 featurettes gathered on Capitol of Punk. Funny I didn’t notice this on their official tourism site.
I love it when soap operas try to be all pop culture-y. It is on my Favorite Thing list, above chocolate-peanut butter sundaes and below squirrels that can waterski. On a recent episode of All My Children, the writers dropped a name that’s sure to bring in that coveted 18-25 demo: Mike Patton! (Wait, really? The dude from Faith No More?) Best plot twist in a soap since Luke married Laura: You’ve been reading my blog!
Yes, Weird Al is still around. No, I wasn’t planning to link to this. But then, isn’t it a little bit funny? Or am I just tired? First in my class up at MIT / Drop skills I’m a champion at D&D / MC Escher that’s my favorite MC / Keep your 40, I’ll just have an Earl Grey tea.
Nothing says Friday like four puppies having an orgy. Thanks, cuteoverload.com.