Grand Master Pyorrhea
“Drunkfest of Champions,”—no, wait—“This Beer Tastes Like Victory,”—no, wait—“Brands Can be Anything,”—no, wait—WHAT THE HELL IS WITH THAT CHOCOLATE MILK
I would like to thank my Tweet-homie @samstecky, who works (I think) in Chicago, at the electronic carpetbagger-of-Baltimore site Chicago Sun Times—I mean, Baltimore Sun Times—for inquiring as to the WWWhereabouts of the piece referred to here as a “[m]ost penetrating piece of media criticism.” Har!
Yeah miles of me today. I just left her at the house. There's gonna. Do your magic on the kitchenthere. I gotta go to work, so if there's anything just. Just give me a call. Thanks.
Here is a previously unpublished Mr. Wrong column from February of 2014, which was never printed in City Paper, the Alternative Weekly in Baltimore, Maryland. The column was written as CP was being sold to the Baltimore Sun Media Group, which publishes the Baltimore Sun, a daily newspaper owned by Tribune Publishing.…
The animal spirit of The Expendables 3 is a giant fleshy machine gun made out of a bronzed, tumescent, veiny biceps and meaty forearm, and it's flying around, screaming, belching explosion-flames, smoking a cigar, and shooting out greasy bullets all over everything while it cracks jokes about Bruce Willis.
Typical Chicago-style politics at work here, compliments of the Chicago Sun-Times, so lets try and Gerrymander the poll in the interests of Democracy! Wielder of one of the last great NYC accents, embattled-censured-up-for-reelection-in-a-tough-contest Rep. Charles Bernard "Charlie" Rangel (D, 13th District) is…
[JOE MACLEOD hasn't seen the new Godzilla movie yet because he's been busy but he is still totally psyched to see the new Godzilla movie, and he almost doesn't even have to see it to know it's gonna be almost as good as the original, and a kabillion times better than that crappy 1998 one with Matthew Broderick and the…
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This was pretty fuckin' funny.
The interview with Oscar Isaac, star of the Coen brothers' new movie Inside Llewyn Davis, (you might have heard about it slightly less than Anchorman 2) is to take place in a very nice hotel room, and the way it works is you sit around in the lobby, and then they (the MOVIE PEOPLE) walk you up to the floor the subject…