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These brilliant animated gif’s from the mind of JBetCom are a sight to see. You can see more here:
Don’t know how to play an instrument? Comp heavily, sample or dig into some sample libraries. Can’t sing on key? Antares is your friend. And don’t worry about the lyrics making any sense either.
Last night’s couch gag on The Simpsons might go down as one of the oddest in the history of the series. The 26th season opener propels the “Sampsans” into a grey null space of protoplasmic, shriek-talking figures and might just be mainstream America’s first real introduction to Oscar-nominated animator Don Hertzfeldt. The deliberately off-putting (and […]
The Daily Banter’s Chez Pazienza tells it like is, even when the story is disgusting and is a shining example of what is wrong with America today. Here’s an excerpt to get your horror juices flowing: There’s a reason writer Amanda Robb begins her GQ magazine profile of George Zimmerman’s family with Robert Zimmerman’s thoughts on […]
First, a highlight from this week’s Ralph Nader Radio Hour where Ralph discusses smart meters in our homes. Then Pacifica Radio’s John Matthews on a poll about American’s tolerance of gay marriage. Michael Snyder on what movies to catch this week, and the ‘King of TV’ Paul Goebel on what’s good to watch on television. […]
In light of the recent barrage of Simpsons output, it’s nice to know that some things about the long-running show are still a bit of a mystery. In this case, the enigma is John Swartzwelder, one of the show’s longtime writers and a veritable JD Salinger/Hunter S. Thompson of the Simpsons world. With a weird […]
The weeks leading up to Oculus’ first developer summit were full of rumors. Would the virtual-reality company finally unveil the consumer version of its Oculus Rift VR headset? If the design wasn’t finalized, would we at least learn the unit’s specs? Its resolution? Would there be a controller? The answer to all of these was […]
Jimmy Kimmel Wants To Know Who’s Smarter: LA Or NY? There’s been a long-standing rivalry between America’s two biggest cities and it’s finally time to put their knowledge to the test. Let’s let the chips fall where they may (which is probably in some other smarter city).
The recordings Woody Allen made of his comedy routines in the mid-Sixties will once again be available at an affordable price. November 25th will see the release of a comprehensive two-disc set – The Stand-Up Years: 1964 – 1968 – which will contain everything from the three records Allen released in the Sixties, along with a never-before-released […]
Paul McCartney has made a music video in support of his family’s Meat Free Mondays campaign, which urges people to take a weekly break from eating meat in an effort to help the environment. The song – which dates back to 2009, when the outspoken vegetarian cofounded the effort with his daughters Mary and Stella […]
The racially charged murder trial of Michael Dunn ended in a hung jury in February, but a retrial has begun as of Monday, CNN reports. The case centers on the November 2012 shooting death of Jordan Davis, a 17-year-old African-American high school senior, who was killed after Dunn, a then-47-year-old white man, fired 10 gunshots at […]
There’s no exact figure available, but if I had to guess how many characters Matt Stone and Trey Parker have voiced over 17 seasons (and one movie!) of South Park, I’d say: a lot. But even they need SOME help. Mona Marshall and April Stewart provide the voices for most of the females on […]