Yesterday, as part of my Content presentation at the really, truly, super-fun and informative Gawker Media National Sales Meeting, I asked everyone in attendance to play a surrealist game entitled The Exquisite Corpse. Here are the rules:
Quoth a friend, just now, "The world must have been so sad before gifs." And MJ is just so giffable. See?
It was March 3, 1978, the sectional semifinals of the Indiana high school basketball tournament, in the teeth of what they call Hoosier Hysteria. George Washington was playing Northwest, a team it had already beaten twice that season. Washington was up, 61-60, and had the ball. A second remained. David Donald, a…
With a body of work that includes the guitar case rocket-launcher in Desperado and the motorized vampire-staker in From Dusk til Dawn, it's obvious that director Robert Rodriguez knows a thing or two about crafting amazing weapons that don't really exist (although I wish they did). But now he's turning to the denizens…
It's sososososo good.
Concentration is a lost art.
Everybody freak out.
Hold on to your vodka: Kristen Wiig will guest star in the upcoming season of Arrested Development. Even better, she's playing a young Lucille Bluth. What could be more amazing than seeing how the matriarch of the Bluth family became so batshit crazy? Let's pray this is a genesis story.
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