If you miss Conan O’Brien as much as we do, then you are probably really starting to have withdrawals like us. Luckily he is starting to take questions from people and then answer them with a video response. Of course they are hilarious and awesome. Below is a video response from Conan on a question asking him what his favorite sandwich was that he got to try on his time off from television. Conan not only answers the question, but gives a tutorial on how to make this tasty sandwich, prepare to laugh your ass off. Reminder Conan returns November 8th on TBS, THANK GOD.
So you move to L.A. from the east coast to become a famous actor or actress, sounds great. You get there and realize that 80 million other people had the same idea as you, not so great. You still try to become an actor because, well, that’s why you traveled across the country. You quickly find out that being an actor entails having talent, being good looking, and most of all catching a big break that is more unlikely than winning the lottery. So after your one little cameo in a movie, where you got paid nothing, you stop following your dream and become another person from the east coast who does nothing with their life besides party, go to the beach, and work 4 hours a day at a coffee shop, which follows with them telling all their friends from back home how awesome California is. What they forgot is that their pathetic IMDB profile is still online for everyone to laugh at, thanks losers.
Ever wondered how to own your own private island? With many of major cruise lines now owning there own white sandy beaches in the Caribbean here is a look into how we can own our own paradise too. Here are 4 simple steps to follow to get started with owning your own island. Look at me I took 5 minutes to read this and I’m already in the process of acquiring my 6th island, I’m not only a client, I’m the island president. (As always click images for larger viewing pleasure.)
This makes me feel old. One day when someone finally cracks time travel, I’m going straight back to the 90s. Here is a nice little quick mix of all things 90′s set to a solid 90′s track, cowabunga dude.
Provided by the awesome research of Stefanie Gray, in this song, Ludacris brags about the area codes where he knows women, whom he refers to as ‘hoes’,” says Ms Gray, who plotted out all the area codes mentioned in this song on a map of the United States. She arrived at some interesting conclusions as to the locations of this rapper’s preferred female companionship:
* “Ludacris heavily favors the East Coast to the West, save for Seattle, San Francisco, Sacramento, and Las Vegas.”
* “Ludacris travels frequently along the Boswash corridor.”
* “There is a ‘ho belt‘ phenomenon nearly synonymous with the ‘Bible Belt’.”
* “Ludacris has hoes in the entire state of Maryland.”
* “Ludacris has a disproportionate ho-zone in rural Nebraska. He might favor white women as much as he does black women, or perhaps, girls who farm.”
* “Ludacris’s ideal ‘ho-highway’ would be I-95.”
* “Ludacris has hoes in the Midway and Wake Islands. Only scientists are allowed to inhabit the Midway Islands, and only military personnel may inhabit the Wake Islands. Draw your own conclusion.”
So this list might really surprise you, here are 10 artists and bands who are (or were) giants in the music industry but have never had a top 40 hit. The list pretty much is an all star list of music hall of famers for the most part but never were played heavy on the radio. This just goes to show you the garbage the radio waves spit out every day. They are an industry of trends and fads that ignore musical creativity and talent. They want you to hear the exact same bubble gum shit over and over and over again all day. So while this is a shocking list, it takes nothing away from the talent and super stardom each artist and or band has received over the years.
1. Bob Marley.
Closest: “Iron Lion Zion”, #11 on alternative chart in 1992
I just couldn’t believe this but it’s true. While every single college kid ever had bought (pre-1998) or downloaded (post-1998) the album “Legend”… and many have had a terrible ill-advised “white poser rasta phase” in the wake of said acquisition… not a single one of the iconic songs from that album ever cracked the overall top 40. Not even the top 100. In a weird twist, Ziggy Marley actually has had a top 40 song, with “Tomorrow People”. Which, with all due respect to Ziggy, is like the American people passed over prime rib for the weird brother of prime rib.
Closest: “Express Yourself”, #2 on rap chart in 1989
Sure, they changed the rap genre forever… but that wasn’t good enough to make Whitey play their music on the radio. (The top 40 takes into account sales and airplay.) They never even came close. Still, they were more successful than the other NWA — Northwest Airlines. That NWA has never been on the top of ANY list.
Nottttttttttttttt so fast Kevin Arnold. Meet Zach Morris, the guy who get’s all the bitches around these parts of town. Kevin Arnold getting cock blocked by the Bayside King himself, Zach Morris.
The sun is pretty much in every picture that you take outside so it’s not a bad idea to incorporate it into your photos. Here are some clever and cool examples of using the sun as a nice little prop for your photography.
Ken Block and DC are back at it again in Gymkhana. We’ve covered the previous episodes but if you missed it you can check the first on here, and another here. Shot just south of Paris, France in Linas at l’Autodrome de Linas –Montlhéry, this 1.58 mile oval track, built in 1924, features banks as steep as 51 degrees, which is more than double the standard incline of most NASCAR ovals. Chosen by Ken for this specific reason, the ramp-like banking proved to be a unique and exciting challenge. The driving physics for the stunts performed were totally unknown until Ken attempted the maneuvers during filming.