The kitten has picked up some potent dairy.
Along with the wonder goals, penalties, sending offs and pitch invasions, some of football’s most memorable moments have come in the form of the undershirt celebration: hastily scrawled or ironed-on messages expressing political views or religious beliefs, which players would lift their shirt to reveal after scoring a goal.
I’m not sure what I watched last night on The Late Show with Stephen Colbert. Strangely enough, I get it. Think Slayer meets J-Pop. Headbangers, deal with it and enjoy!
I learned of Sweet Lou’s passing today. A legendary, one of a kind woman who was a Minneapolis institution that ticked the ivories at Nye’s Polonaise Room for 45 years.
A group of us caught Lou’s act one last time during of her final month at Nye’s back in 2011. I believe we were properly lubricated while the room sang “Sweet Caroline” on what was a memorable night.
Thank you for sharing the gift of music for so many year.
A new commercial from Indian laundry detergent brand Ariel is seeking to close the housekeeping gap once and for all. As part of its campaign #ShareTheLoad, the company has released an ad in which a father apologizes to his grown daughter for teaching her retrograde gender stereotypes, including the fact that she should have to do all the housework in her family.
Warning: this will probably make you cry.