Learn from the Japanese.
Learn from the Japanese.
The latest copy of Newsweek hit the newsstands last week. The issue has an eye-catching cover, featuring Obama amongst handdrawn craziness. Illustrated by Lorenzo Petrantoni, it is safe to say that this is the best Newsweek cover I have ever seen.
The World’s Best Ever.
Probably some of the most exciting news for a while, at least for anyone who was a child of the 80′s. Hulu has now made available the entire first season of He-Man and the Masters of the Universe. After the jump, Skeletor’s Call to arms.
“I had all my teeth filed down to small spikes to be more recognisable to my fans and have a trademark as a recording artist,” Well DJ Talent, in hindsight, that probably wasn’t the smartest idea now that you’re broke.
Wondering who is laying off people and how many? Check out TEchCrunch‘s handy little interactive tracker.
“Village officials in Wellington, Florida, last year inserted a GPS tracking device in the baby Jesus doll to combat theft. And wouldn’t you know it? Jesus went missing, and authorities used the GPS to catch the 18-year-old girl who stole it. This year, Wellington officials plan to insert GPS trackers into the Christmas Tree, the Menorah and everything else in the holiday display that isn’t nailed down.”
I have a feeling this will be the next shoplifting prevention device to hit stores. Everything you buy will have lowjack.
Riots erupted in Greece after the fatal Police shooting of a teenager. More here
A Wal-mart store clerk was trampled to death at the Valley Stream Wal-mart in Long Island, a 28 year old pregnant women was trampled and taking to the hospital. What was so god damn important to buy at Wal-mart. Read more and check out some of the photo’s here.
You have to love a story like this. Man puts car on ebay for $500, thinking it is worth nothing. Car ends up selling for over $200,000. That is the car above and you can read more about it at AutoBlog
Along with Barack Obama and a slew of others, Shepard Fairey is one of GQ’s Men Of The Year.
For the month of November, Henry Rollins has a series on IFC call Henry Rollins Uncut. Do not confuse this with his regular show, The Henry Rollins Show. Uncut takes Henry on location to New Orleans, South Africa, Northern Ireland, and Israel.
“Henry takes his unique stage show on the road, presenting topical, hilarious and uncensored commentary in three of the most controversial locations on the planet. Henry’s spoken word stage show is intertwined with compelling documentary footage shot on location.”
This Friday South Africa at 10:30.
That’s what Supertouch says. Russell Simmons’ consignment is looking to be the smartest decision he has made for a while
“I was offended when Westminster said my painting was an advertisement. Advertising makes people feel inadequate and worthless. Graffiti doesn’t do that. Graffiti doesn’t emotionally blackmail you, graffiti doesn’t make you feel fat and graffiti doesn’t make you rush out and buy things, except maybe high strength cleaning products.”