It’s one busy Friday, full of options for live music. Here are three of our faves: c/o ATP 1. All Tomorrow’s Parties NY The British festival has finally made its way over to the East Coast for the first year ever, and takes place this weekend at Kutshers Country Club in Monticello, NY. It’s a […]
Archives for September 2008
via all i saw farm A new blog has sprouted up from the seeds of Things Younger Than McCain, documenting all things in the world with approximately as many people as Wasilla, Alaska. Among them: People Who Saw Hottie and the Nottie in Theaters The Number of People Applying to Work at a new WalMart […]
Mudflats is an excellent blog chronicling the corruption in Alaskan politics. We love their post on the “Alaska Women Reject Palin” rally: I attended the Welcome Home rally for Sarah Palin this morning. Hooo. It was an experience. About a thousand (maybe) hard-core Palin supporters showed up to hear her speak at the new Dena’ina […]
This looks great. Its out in New York on October 24. Directed by Charlie Kaufman (Academy Award-winning writer of Eternal Sunshine of the Spotless Mind), the film stars Philip Seymour Hoffman, Catherine Keener,Michelle Williams, Samantha Morton and Hope Davis. Higher quality version here.
[hat tip Wonkette & Rumproast]
Obama’s back in the lead. The Sept. 14-16 Gallup Poll Daily tracking update shows Barack Obama regaining a slight, although not statistically significant, edge over John McCain, 47% to 45%, among registered voters, marking the first time since the week of the Republican National Convention that McCain has not held at least a one percentage […]
Dear YACHT, Will you please try to tour in NYC sometime soon? You are insanely creative, your music is super unique (as are your videos), and not enough people out here know about your amazingness. It seems like you only tour in Europe now, and I can’t really blame you, but swing by here in […]
You probably have about 5 hours to watch a balding Tom Cruise dance to Flo Rida in Tropic Thunder before this gets pulled down from YouTube. So, check it out.
Shouldn’t a $85 $700 billion corporate bail-out, funded by taxpayers, warrant a Congressional vote? Just asking since the media hasn’t. Here’s some things we could do with $85 billion.
Sure, they may not understand facts, but conservatives are kickass at chanting “USA…USA” and “drill, baby, drill.” This report pretty much explains the logic behind all of McCain’s campaign lies. From Huffington Post A new study out of Yale University confirms what argumentative liberals have long-known: Offering reality-based rebuttals to conservative lies only makes conservatives […]