Like Insects to the Lights

Why Do People Love Times Square?

Love You Japan!

It’s apparently a big thing in Japan for girls to dress alike to show off their friendship or something. Thanks to forward-thinking by a hardworking exec, grown-up girls who are friends and also fans of lingerie and Disney’s Frozen, now have the opportunity to wear matching Frozen-themed bras that change color when the girls touch. Are you still reading this?

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Friday’s Vault

Pat Duffy in Plan B’s Second Hand Smoke

A Parliament About Nothing

Seinfeld in Australian Parliament

Brothers in Neon

LAS VEGAS is Tom Gould’s excellent new short film profiling the operators of the oldest strip club in New Zealand.

My Baby Blue

You Have to F**king Eat, performed by Bryan Cranston

Lunchtime Laughter

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Working Class Window Art. As Outsider as it Gets.

Baltimore’s painted screens

Would Rather Walk

Would even jog, if forced to. Here, two men in a tin can van get driven along the Alwas Killar Road in India

The Best Action-Packed Three Minutes You’ll Spend On The Internet Today

!!RENEGADE!! by Michael Cavanaugh

Gentrification Rap

Friends of the People is pretty funny. It airs on Tuesdays at 10/9c on truTV.

How Being the Victim of a Robbery changed the lead singer of The Flaming Lips’ Outlook on Life

Here’s Wayne Coyne talking about living with death.

“If You Feed Him, He’ll Never Leave”

Kramer stealing Jerry’s food, the supercut.

Reminisce Over This

Raekwon, Incarcerated Scarfaces, 1995

That Time Black Flag Played a Gig at the Worker’s Playhouse in the Standard Oil Refinery

Goons Everywhere. Keith Morris explains in the latest Classic Tales.

Lunchtime Laughter

The Man with the Yellow Hat remains nameless.

Agbogbloshie, The World’s Electronic Wasteland

One man takes his zip zinger to Africa for a firsthand look and to dump some electronics of his own.

CEO of Snake Mountain

He-Man, we have an HR problem… Skeletor’s Best Insults

Finding Out His Mental, Based on Instrumental

Method Man wrote “Bring tha Pain” over Masta Ace’s “Born to Roll,” and also, as a child, used to rap himself to sleep to Sesame Street. Here, the M.E.T.H.O.D. Man talks about how he broke tradition to discover his inner lyricist.

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