1. It’s about damn time.

    It’s about damn time.

  2. caseymeeks:

    livefromnew-york:

    improvinator:

    A very old, VHS copy of Dratch & Fey.

    GUYS THIS IS A HUGE FUCKING DEAL . REBLOG THe shit out of it

    YES. YES.

  3. ranterist:

But how do we talk libertarians out of thinking and acting like four-year-olds…

    ranterist:

    But how do we talk libertarians out of thinking and acting like four-year-olds…

    (Source: cramulus)

  4. noiseymusic:

    We went to Minnesota for our third episode of #MadeInAmerica and hung out with The Replacements, The Hold Steady, Husker Du, Babes in Toyland, and Lizzo. 

  5. Anonymous said: why r u hating on iggy! shes such a good rapper

    gardenlouis:

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    I don't have the links to these because the caps are older than satan and I found them in the trash bin of my old macbook lmao. She deleted them so the links won't work anyways.

    I don't have the links to these because the caps are older than satan and I found them in the trash bin of my old macbook lmao. She deleted them so the links won't work anyways.

  6. I thought we as a people were done with Cameron Diaz.

  7. http://clientsfromhell.net/post/89255243855/client-i-want-us-to-be-in-the-top-three-on-google →

    clientsfromhell:

    Client: I want us to be in the top three on Google Searches for x.

    Me: I can’t guarantee it, but I’ll rewrite the text to feature the right keywords and start building incoming links.

    I do the work and three weeks later:

    Client: We’re not in the top three. In fact, we’re worse off than…

    yep… everyday

  8. wolverineburger:

Joe Simko’s “GWARbage Pail Kids” painting of Oderus Urungus for the Dave Brockie Memorial Art show. MF Gallery, May 3rd - NYC. Portion of the proceeds go to the Dave Brockie Foundation.

    wolverineburger:

    Joe Simko’s “GWARbage Pail Kids” painting of Oderus Urungus for the Dave Brockie Memorial Art show. MF Gallery, May 3rd - NYC. Portion of the proceeds go to the Dave Brockie Foundation.