“My Couch Pulls Out, But I Don’t”

MOOOOLS, a brilliant short film by Shaka King.

Linked Out

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Every week Chris Black uses his superior internet reading abilities to provide you with a list of links to things that you’re bound to find interesting
 

A Dictionary of Despicable Words

Growing Up Teddy Boy in 1970s England

Air Safety: A Crash Course in Probability

What It’s Like to be a Teenage Filmmaker

Failed tests, pranks, and more got these famous artists kicked out of school

New York Accent On Its Way Out, Linguists Say

There Are Six Basic Book Plots

Why is that LAPD helicopter circling overhead?

Water Cooler Bottle Rockets

The Selling of the Avocado

Why Google Glass Broke

Jack Nicholson Gives One of the Best Ever Acceptance Speeches, 1974

 

— Chris Black / @donetodeath

Friday’s Vault

Tom Knox in Santa Cruz’s Troops of Tomorrow

Art Openings Across America

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A look through what’s popping this weekend in New York, Los Angeles, and San Francisco.

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New Music: Danny Brown, Makthaverskan, Women, Action Bronson, Death, feedtime, Dirty Few, Cannibal Ox, Rhymesayers 20

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Listen Below
 
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Out With The New And In With The Old

“Old/New” is a story narrated by Patton Oswalt about a man obsessed with novelty.

The Perverts Among Us

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Sex News Because People Like Sex News
 

A group of Cub Scouts got the hike of a lifetime when they passed through a nudist beach in San Diego

Harvard has banned sexual relationships between professors and students

People Who Use Emojis Have More Sex

A 36-pack of Trojans sells for $755 in Venezuela

Former glam rock star Gary Glitter has been found guilty of historical sex abuse

Russian police busted a brothel which only employed married women as prostitutes

Toronto’s internet-famous phallic bus map has been taken down

and finally / unfortunately

A 25-year-old South African lost the use of his penis after his 17-year old girlfriend threw acid on it for showing off their sex tape
 

Banger in the Hangar

A look through last weekend’s Art Los Angeles Contemporary fair.

Your Old Droog – KINISON (EP)

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Fear The Barber

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Rusty Fred, owner of the Atlanta barbershop A-1 Kutz will give a kid an old man haircut free of charge if their parent brings them in for misbehaving. He calls it “the Benjamin Button.”

via, esquire

Cooper Hewitt: The Typeface

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Designed by Chester Jenkins for the Smithsonian’s Design Museum, Cooper Hewitt is “a contemporary sans serif, with characters composed of modified-geometric curves and arches.” And best of all, it’s yours to download.

 

The Patient Art of Rock Balancing

Manuel Cisneros is an artist working and living on the beach in Ventura, California.

Film by Ross Harris.

Itchem & Scratchem

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Bootleg cartoon reggae styles by MVH Philadelphia

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Whoa.

Dashcam video of the TransAsia plane crash

Stephanie Corneliussen is…

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Wednesday’s Muse

{note: boobs}

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ArtFits (vol. 3)

A look at people and the outfits they wear to art openings in New York City.

Photographs by Christos Katsiaouni

Location: Outsider Art Fair (1/29/2015)

Malibu Eddie

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Our buddy Eddie Huang’s new show “Fresh Off The Boat” debuts tomorrow on ABC. This phenomenal NY Times profile dropped today.

Brian Williams Again and Again

The brilliance over at Fallon Tonight cuts the network anchor’s reports into Snoop Dogg’s classic “Who Am I (What’s My Name)?”

40 Years of Bitch Face

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“Yes, I am vain and want to remain youthful. My strategy is more natural than Botox and more effective than any expensive beauty cream or facial.”

This lady in England hasn’t smiled in 40 years because she doesn’t want to get wrinkles. She must laugh through her teeth.

 

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