ABM #5394

I can't write, but this small technicality does not stop me

fallontonight:

The Oscars are this weekend, which means it’s time for Tonight Show (Drinking Optional) Oscars Bingo! Just print these babies out and play along while you watch the show (and tweet us a photo of your card when you win)!

Enjoy, pals!

Dwight Howard on why he left the Lakers.

“James Harden doesn’t come by every 10 years. It doesn’t happen. It’s no knock on other players who I played with, but you’re talking about all these guys who are young and are going this way, going up, so I’m like, ‘Man, this is a great spot for me. A great town, great organization.’ They’re going this way (points up).” “Other teams have more history, but yesterday’s scores don’t win today’s games,” he said. “You’ve got to look at the now. What’s in the now? What can we do now? Nobody cared about what I d

The human-rights group Reprieve arranged for Yasiin Bey, better known as hip-hop artist Mos Def, to be force-fed using the standard operating procedure at Guantanamo Bay, a session they videotaped. In the disturbing footage, posted at The Guardian, Bey has a tube shoved down his nasal cavity and down his throat, at which point he pleads for the process to stop. The footage is below, and while I don’t know whether or not forced feeding crosses the line of torture, the exercise reminded me of the late Christopher Hitchens volunteering to be waterboarded.

brain-food:

Artist Jay Shells channeled his love of hip hop music and his uncanny sign-making skills towards a brand new project: “Rap Quotes.” For this ongoing project, Shells created official-looking street signs quoting famous rap lyrics that shout out specific street corners and locations.

(via classichiphop)

Music

Today; I get music leads from NPR. Long since the days when I would go to the music store and peep employee picks. It has been years since I was debating who’s shit is hitting with my friends. I miss my old ways getting music but respect my new source with NPR