Playing on the iPod. Just sayin.
From: Donna Jean <firstname.lastname@example.org>
To: Frangry <Frangry@gmail.com>
Date: Mon, Sep 29, 2008 at 8:42 AM
I hope you get gang raped real soon.
Right now, at this moment, here’s exactly what I wish I was doing: lying in bed curled up next to a boy, alternately smoking pot and fucking and sleeping alllllll day long.
I mean, doesn’t that just sound heavenly?
Will a girl do?! Come over!
For when you really, really want to reblog a post simply to respond to someone’s utter retardation, but don’t want to display the whole enema on your website out of respect for the rest of your visitors’ psychological health.
I’ll get over it in two minutes. Non-Tumblr users: You wouldn’t understand.
Edit: Also, feminism is stupid. Get back in the kitchen. Make me a steak. Shit.
- [I am having an open house tonight, and the dude downstairs is playing music super loud]
- Frangry: Fuck, that dude has to turn his music down.
- Frangry: What should we do about this?
- Tiqua: You know how in Hustle & Flow, he goes to the dude's house and gives him weed to shutup?
- Tiqua: We should do that.
- Tiqua: Let's give him a six pack.
- Frangry: Did you just reference Hustle & Flow as a solution to our current problem.
- Tiqua: I'm awesome.
This statement’s been emailed to some press from NBC Universal:
“NBC Universal is pleased that the court granted our motion for a preliminary injunction against The Weinstein Company. The overwhelming evidence demonstrated that The Weinstein Company violated NBC Universal’s right of first refusal to future cycles of Project Runway. After hearing all of the evidence, the court issued an order prohibiting The Weinstein Company from taking the show or any spin-off to Lifetime.”
Will PR go back to Bravo, or does that mean it’s just done?
Paul Newman, the legendary actor whose steely blue eyes, good-humored charm and advocacy of worthy causes made him one of the most renowned figures in American arts, has died of cancer at his home in Westport, Connecticut. He was 83. (via CNN)
Among American music’s most influential recording artists of all-time, Johnny Cash garnered much attention for his controversial lifestyle and strong support of various groups including prisoners and Native Americans. Among Cash’s most popular works, the live album Johnny Cash at Folsom Prison took place in the prison’s cafeteria amidst a packed house of inmates. In an upcoming documentary revolving around that fateful album recording, the life of Johnny Cash is carefully examined and juxtaposed against the lives of two of Folsom’s own prisoners. The end result is a better understanding of the “Man in Black” and the era in which he reigned over. The inaugural West Coast screening takes place October 3rd at The Hammer Museum in Los Angeles.
Johnny Cash at Folsom Prison Screening
October 3rd, 2008
Post-screening Q&A with filmmaker Bestor Cram
The Hammer Museum
10899 Wilshire Blvd.
Los Angeles, CA 90024
Argh. I wish I could go to this.
You know how I feel about men’s shoes. The DiCocos in Oxblood are dope. Buy them here.