Awesome dad of the year goes to this little stinker’s poppa.
“I recorded my son making baby noises, figured out the notes he made, and arranged them into “Thunderstruck” by AC/DC.”
Unmute this one: Baby Ryan “Sings” Thunderstruck.
Typefaces of Protest: A Short Survey1/ Paranoid Light pic.twitter.com/MSuBYvDvp1 — Tom Sutcliffe (@tds153) July 13, 2020 Tom Sutcliffe compiled a helpful survey of “Typefaces of Protest” hand-drawn by covidiots, conspiracists, and other “truth” tellers. 6/ Dipshit Condensed pic.twitter.com/7CAsuUi9T8 — Tom Sutcliffe (@tds153) July 13, 2020 (via Kottke)
Enjoy the unique comedy stylings of Leonard Cohen! He’s quite funny although I keep waiting for him to break into song or, at the very least, do an impression of Dustin Hoffman. The clip is included in the 1965 documentary Ladies and Gentlemen… Mr. Leonard Cohen, which also included his reading of “The only tourist […]
CircleToonsHD hits the nail on the head with their depiction of when you use Twitter in 2020. This depiction has been pretty accurate since the start of the Trump Administration, as the platform currently only rewards sociopaths, journalists, and especially sociopath journalists.
When you hear the brand name Marshall, any music fan instantly conjures a single image: a classic Marshall stack. The amp has been synonymous with live performance since the 60s, with music artists of every stripe lining their stage sets with these thunderous cabinets. Even when you close your eyes, you can see them. The […]
It’s easy to want to section up the world into Android people and iOS people. Android people stick to their Samsungs and their Google Assistants and their freedom of choice while iOS people stick with their iPhones, Siris, and elite standards and never the two groups shall mix. Of course, the reality is that few […]
Nearly three-quarters of all the rental properties in the U.S. are owned by private individual investors. And while around two-thirds of all investors were primarily focused on the stock market in 2007, that number is down to just 50 percent now, with many investors, particularly millennials, choosing to invest in real estate instead. Meanwhile, 91 […]