Back when the internet was in its "difficult adolescent period", and we were all celebrating entering Y2K unscathed on 1 January 2000, one of the funniest sites online was launched from a couple of guys named The Brothers Chap.
Ann Coulter, depending on who you speak to, is either an ultra-conservative and inflammatory columnist, or a brilliant performance artist. In her most recent column / installation at The Clarion-Ledger, Coulter launched an assault on the sport of Soccer, which — as can now be expected of her writing — is half based on what she’s heard about Soccer, and half based on whatever gripes Coulter has with liberal America.
The owner of American Apparel, Dov Charney, has been fired from his own company this week. So naturally, the question everyone is asking is “will this be the end of soft core pornography disguised as advertising?”
Check out the new video for “The Writing’s On The Wall”, which will appear on OK Go’s upcoming album, Hungry Ghosts, due out in October this year.
Jen's book is hilarious and sometimes sad, but always entertaining. What I admire most is her honesty — even in the memoir category, it is not often that someone publishes a truly honest account.
Imagine my surprise when upon tuning into my regular Sunday night appointment with Don Draper and co., I'm greeted with an old friend of mine, one I had no idea was going to be on the show.
Game of Thrones is filled with strong, multifaceted female characters: none with a cult-following bigger than Daenerys Targaryen. So why does the Khaleesi so often need to be rescued, and what's with Daario, Greyworm, and her tween dragons overshadowing her in every episode this season?
It hasn't quite reached its peak yet, but there's a trend happening right now — adapting horror movies into TV shows.