- "Creepy Gnome! Creepy Gnome! C-R-Double-E-P-Y GNOME!"
- Twenty years later, they create a "Lost Boys" sequel. But c'mon, why they gotta get all randy with it? I was looking forward to it, too. Oh, well.
- I never got in on the Moleskine tip, but I have to say, I'm intrigued now.
- "Mary Ann? Mary Jane. Mary Jane? Mary Ann."
- "Ring By Spring" at OBU has moved from being a punchline to being an epidemic. Maybe it's just me, but I think it's funny (funny "hmm," not funny "haha") that there's an official forum held about this.
- Politically-liberal award-winning playwright David Mamet reveals in a Village Voice article that he's starting to rethink some of his beliefs. Worth a read.
And then there's this.
111 men go shopping shirtless at Abercrombie and Fitch. Grasp the irony with me: over a hundred men of all shapes, sizes, and degrees of hairyness patronize a store that makes its fortune on the images of toned, tanned, hairless, shirtless men. The store even hires a model to stand shirtless in the lobby and greet patrons.
And then! The management of the store make the men leave, telling them they can't shop unless they're wearing shirts--as they march them past murals, statues, and the model, all displaying their bare torsos.
Hilarious. Wake up, people. A&F makes its profits on selling you a lie. Embrace the real. (Rant over.)