HANNU STRATET
The Foodroom

jkottke:

If Aaron Sorkin (Sports Night, The West Wing, The Newsroom) wrote a TV show featuring McDonald’s as a workplace, it might go something like this:

Top notch parody right there…you’ve got the fast dialogue, the walk-and-talks, and the patented Sorkin sermonizing.

Caribou mini documentary [BBC]


Bass Clef - Raven Ur Own Worl
Second EP from Bass Clef and one of my favorite PAN releases so far.

Bass Clef - Raven Ur Own Worl

Second EP from Bass Clef and one of my favorite PAN releases so far.

splitsider:

"I think in 10 or 20 years from now, we’ll all look back at these sketch comedy shows that are coming out now, and we’ll notice that they all had a look and a sound and rhythm. We’ll go like, ‘Remember that style from 2013-2014 that was like this?’ We’re too close to it now, but it’s gonna happen. You’ll even be able to make fun of it." 
- Talking with Fred Armisen about Portlandia, American Documentary, and his new friend Rob Zombie 

splitsider:

"I think in 10 or 20 years from now, we’ll all look back at these sketch comedy shows that are coming out now, and we’ll notice that they all had a look and a sound and rhythm. We’ll go like, ‘Remember that style from 2013-2014 that was like this?’ We’re too close to it now, but it’s gonna happen. You’ll even be able to make fun of it." 

- Talking with Fred Armisen about Portlandia, American Documentary, and his new friend Rob Zombie 

This guy, and the rest of the flyers, are playing unreal of late. Wish the playoffs could start tomorrow.

tumblinerb:

YG f/ Tee Cee -“Meet The Flockers” (Def Jam/Pushaz Ink, 2014)

YG’s My Krazy Life is out today and it’s better than a lot of albums.

my lord and savior

my lord and savior

allmyshades:

Broadcast live on WNYU 89.1FM in New York City on March 11, 2014.

This is great on a Sunday evening.

The cosmological principle states that the universe is homogeneous and isomorphic. Look at the universe on a large enough scale and it’s made of enormous walls of galaxy clusters, each billions of light years across, containing millions of galaxies that themselves contain billions of stars, forming a fragile web between vast and empty voids. Great things happen. Galaxies collide, stars are born and burn out, intelligent life stares out into the darkness and dreams stories for itself. Look at the universe on a slightly larger scale and the filaments and voids vanish. The universe is a flat grey expanse, all matter and all energy distributed evenly across its infinity, with no structure and no hidden meaning. On a large enough scale, the heat death of the universe has already happened. The world we think we inhabit, with its iridescent nebulae and heroic struggles for life and Between Two Ferns with Zach Galifianakis – it’s a translation error, a glitch between the blankness of the large-scale universe and the blankness of subatomic chaos. You exist, miraculously, in the middle of this precarious mistake of heterogeneity, and President Barack Obama has decided that he has the right to snuff out your life by missile-armed robot in the event that you might pose a threat to the future security of a national abstraction. And that’s pretty funny.
From Sam Kriss’s "First as funny, then as die."