Here’s Weezer’s New Single “Back to the Shack”

Listen to the new single Back To The Shack! Our new album Everything Will Be Alright In The End is available for pre-order now.

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Walter: Puppet. Killer.

A short film about a puppet who just wants to be loved. So he’ll kill for it.

We received this email from our good friend Katie Koster, whose Indiegogo campaign for this very cool short is very close to it’s crowdfunding goal. Check it out! 

Katie and Walter Make a Movie!

We are so excited to be starring together in a horror-comedy film!

One of our talented friends, Kathryn Crabtree, is attending UCLA’s graduate producer’s program, where she’s learning to be an awesome filmmaker. She is producing this awesome film, written by Phil McCabe, as one of her two (awesome) theses!

Unfortunately, filmmaking is pricey, and while we can self-finance, it would put us in a serious bind, so we’ve gone to the newfangled crowdfunding craze.

Don’t get me wrong. We’re not here to hit you up for money. We’re really, really not.

What we need most is publicity. Indiegogo puts projects on the front page based on how much they’re being shared. So the more people click, and link, and retweet, and facebook, and so forth, the higher ranked the project will be!

So we need your help in getting the word out!! It’s a horror/comedy film about an adorable puppet named Walter who just feels the need to murder everyone…like ya do.

We’re making amazing progress on our stated goal ($1000), but we have a secret goal of $3,000, so we need to pick up the pace just a bit, and the best way to do that is to get more eyes on the page. If you can chip in, we’d love you forever, and you’d get access to some cool rewards, but you can be a huge, huge, huge help just by linking the project on your social media!

Donate, or just check out the project on IGG, here.

flavorpill:

No, it wasn’t a weird recurring dream you had when you were a kid.  ’Dinosaurs’ was a real show and we haven’t seen anything like it since.

BRB, watching all of Dinosaurs on Netflix Instant

joselynhughes:

DIY, DAMMIT! QUICKIE : TIN CAN PLANTER!

GET ALL UP IN IT 

Joselyn <333

chrisdaps:

popculturebrain:

‘The Simpsons' 25 years Comic-Con Poster | EW
I’ll take one in a frame please.

Seconded.

chrisdaps:

popculturebrain:

The Simpsons' 25 years Comic-Con Poster | EW

I’ll take one in a frame please.

Seconded.

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 ”Mel’s Mini Mini Mart” is the Tiny Confection Shop of Your Dreams

The brilliant minds at Oreo know what the people want. And what is that? It’s tiny candy shops, obviously. Tiny cars and tiny houses are all the rage right now, so this falls right in line. 

The best part is that it’s a great way to show of Oreo Minis, which are the bite sized sibling of your favorite childhood cookie. Doesn’t this commercial make you want some Oreo right now? I know I do. Actually, I’m going to leave my office on a pilgrimage to find some sweet sweet Oreo Minis. 

You guys should do the same. 

Good Job Guys

ryanpatricks:

Alright guys, we kicked the shit out of “A Lonely Dog on Christmas.” Thank you for that. Now it’s time to take down A to Z of Silly Animals.

Making animals hilarious is not hard they are already funny. Don’t let this piece of garbage get away with this lazy excuse for a book!

Show him who’s boss by DL my FREE book: http://www.amazon.com/Youre-Not-Helping-Ryan-Patricks-ebook/dp/B00LAR29YC

Hank Hill - Turn Down For Hwat
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mishapenmagic:

brightlywound:

ljm:

deezyville:

iamkidcanon:

v3inity:

Y’all have too much free time.

This was just everything

This needed to be done.

how do i make this my ringtone i’m serious i need a youth to tell me

TURN DOWN FOR HWAT . HANK HILL

this pleases me

Yep

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Schick Quattro’s #UnitedWeShave Campaign is Essentially a War On Beards

After a good half-decade of beards in the spotlight, Schick is grabbing a bullhorn and calling out this rallying cry, “There are beards everywhere! This summer, Schick® Quattro® is inspiring a movement for guys to come together and reclaim their chins with a clean shave.”

Along with the above illustrations by Alex Fine, there’ also an extended video spot giving the message a bit of a narrative. 

If that’s not enough, the company is also making this request of patrons “We’re asking guys to join the #UnitedWeShave movement, share the Schick® Quattro® video and take back summer for the clean shaven. Because it’s hip to be square jawed.”

Where do you stand on the matter? Are you tired of beards, or are you going to show your jawline with pride??

This remix of Eminem’s “Loose Yourself” is hilarious.

[via Gizmodo]

This video breaks down Michael Bay’s film style in a really interesting way, and makes the most intelligent anti-Bay argument that I’ve heard so far.

It’s a prank as old as time (or at least as old as 2012): Some chucklehead calls up a pizza chain, places an order, and then conferences in another location of the same chain. When the first one repeats the order back to the second, confusion ensues. Who ordered what? When does this shift end? How much weed can I buy with whatever’s in the tip jar? Wait, am I stoned right now? It’s all a mystery.

[via Gawker]

Look at the kids in Avon Junkies, getting love from The Aquarian today. We &lt;3 our talented friends. 
Click to read the article.

Look at the kids in Avon Junkies, getting love from The Aquarian today. We <3 our talented friends. 

Click to read the article.

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Our pal/air guitar champion, Matt Burns (aka Airistotle), was featured by CBS news for being amazing.

NEW YORK (CBSNewYork) — The World Cup is not the only competition on the minds of some New Yorkers.

As CBS 2′s Lou Young reported, the U.S. Air Guitar Championship returned to New York for the northeast semifinals.

The competition began at about a 9 p.m. with loud music, a crowded club, and people pretending to play guitar.

Would-be world champions, including reigning national champion Matt Burn aka Aristotle, were hanging out backstage at the Bowery Ballroom, at 6 Delancey St. on the Lower East Side.

Aristotle was warming up with some “Hotel California” by the Eagles, while New Rochelle school teacher Shreddy Mercury explained his own unusual style.

“The double axe, both hands, I can go either way. This way or that way, or I do both sometimes at the same time,” he said.

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