Stream0fConsciousness
"How would you like that? Burnt to a crisp or bloody as hell? -Buddy Holly Pulp Fiction  

"How would you like that? Burnt to a crisp or bloody as hell? -Buddy Holly Pulp Fiction  

Hip Hop is Dead

"I know we facing a recession but the music ya’ll making gonna make it the great depression" -Jay-Z Death of Autotune

New Yorkers know to ask for a plain bagel and not a regular 

New Yorkers know to ask for a plain bagel and not a regular 

Yes!

Yes!

Silly things half the country gets mad about 

I wan’t to trust his judgement but i can’t see a Tarantino epic and 3D clashing well. His best movies even have that “indie, low budget” feel that 3D would destroy. Maybe a cheesy Grindhouse sequel would work in 3D.

Boston fans always want to talk about “this year” and never their teams legacy (27 championships to 6) when it comes to baseball. All of a sudden those same Bostonians(?) want to talk about super bowl rings. 

Boston fans always want to talk about “this year” and never their teams legacy (27 championships to 6) when it comes to baseball. All of a sudden those same Bostonians(?) want to talk about super bowl rings. 

Arrested Development 

How this show never blew up is beyond me. The pending production on the movie and now the documentary (i guess) is driving me crazy. 

GoodNeighborStuff

My friend found this channel on youtube a couple weeks ago. Their really good. 

I think its funny that America is only 60 years removed from this….
"…It picked him up at the mount of the Lincoln Tunnel, which was named in honor  of a man who had the courage and imagination to make human slavery against the law in the United States of America. This was a recent innovation" -Kurt Vonnegut, Breakfast of Champions 

I think its funny that America is only 60 years removed from this….

"…It picked him up at the mount of the Lincoln Tunnel, which was named in honor  of a man who had the courage and imagination to make human slavery against the law in the United States of America. This was a recent innovation" -Kurt Vonnegut, Breakfast of Champions