Batman’s real name is Bruce Wayne Lenny.
President Barack Obama sings LMFAO’s “Im Sex and I Know It.”
Dubai gets all the cool stuff; weird man-made islands, all the air-conditioning you want, inflated hotel star rating systems, and now, an emergency pizza button.
So you are sitting in your high-rise rental, you’re getting hungry, but you’re too lazy too cook dinner, just press a button on a specialized electronic fridge magnet and the device uses your smart phone’s bluetooth connection to send a standard order to the neighborhood pizzeria.
If Batman wanted a pizza, this is how he’d order it:
My favorite Greco-American comic, Mr. Panos goes on a foul-mouthed rant about naked German tourists, Turks and the real story behind the financial crisis in the eurozone.
Kid hates parents. Kid posts on Facebook saying so. Dad finds out. Dad records video. Dad empties magazine of .45 caliber hollow points into her laptop.
January 20, 1992: Was this the day Ice Cube didn’t have to use his AK?
In what may be the finest example of forensic hip-hop investigative calculations, some dude figured out the exact date Ice Cube had his famously good day — you know, the one he recorded a hit single about in 1993.
Skateboarder Donovan Strain crunched the numbers over at his blog Murk Avenue. (Just what were the dates when the Lakers beat the SuperSonics after the debut of Yo! MTV Raps but before the album’s release date, anyway?)
Based on the following criteria, this is what he came up with:
The ONLY day where:
Yo MTV Raps was on air
It was a clear and smogless day
Beepers were commercially sold
Lakers beat the SuperSonics
and Ice Cube had no events to attend was…
JANUARY 20 1992
BELOW: Ice Cube’s “It Was a Good Day,” album version (possibly NSFW)
WATCH Steven Tyler butcher sing the “Star Spangled Banner” at Sunday’s AFC Championship Game.
While not quite a Roseanne Barr-sized screw up, I’m not sure the screeching was really necessary.
ABOVE: The semi-clean version of “Iowa Nice.”
As we all sit and collectively judge Iowa and their perceived backwards ways on the eve of the GOP caucuses, one proud Iowan sets out to redefine the stereotype.
“You think we’re all hillbillies?”
You probably do, and Scott Siepker has a few choice words for you, b—-.