Hey Girl, What If You Could Have Ryan Gosling Any Time You Wanted And As Much As You Wanted?
I don't know why the internet is so mad at/fascinated with this Lana Del Rey person. I suppose I'm striking a "get off my lawn" attitude towards her. But homegirl got plenty of sh*t from us for that "SNL" performance, so, in the interest of fairness, here she is doing quite well on "Letterman." (Uproxx)
Now this thing can not only get off my lawn but, if it would be so kind and get off the entire planet, I would appreciate it. It's a humungo moth. And it's terrifying. (Environmental Graffiti)
I've named him Mothra, but that doesn't mean I like him. Speaking of low budget films, Den of Geek has amassed their 50 favorite. I gotta say, I love so many of the movies on here. This is what creativity looks like, people. (Den Of Geek)
Speaking of creative filmmaking, two of my favorites, Jessica Chastain and Joel Edgerton have signed on to a two movie deal. One film told from his perspective, one from hers. Interesting, no? (/Film)
I know we have some European readers out there. I hope you're bundled up because from the look of these frost-bitten photos Winter Is
Coming Here. (The Big Picture)
I awoke this morning to news of massive protests in Tahrir Square, Egypt. Almost like the past year hadn't happened at all. And then I saw this. (NPR)
In other depressing news. . . listen please only read this piece on persecuted gay teenagers if you're feeling stable today. I don't want you emotionally tailspinning into the weekend. (Rolling Stone)
In better news, Komen For The Cure has reversed their stance on funding Planned Parenthood. It's a good day for breasts. (Dallas News)
I'm sorry, the caption on this photo made me snort. "Accuracy In Reporting" indeed. (BioTV)
Speaking of photojournalism, many thanks to the lovely Sarah Carlson for alerting me to this excellent photo essay from a former NYPD cop offers an insight into the daily beat. (NYT)
Some enterprising New Yorkers have modified the "Mad Men" promo poster. The 9/11 connection had never occurred to me. (WarmingGlow)
And if you have Time Warner Cable, one of our favorite dapper men, Ryan Gosling, will be available on demand. That's right straight ladies and gay dudes, Baby Goose, in your bedroom, any time you want. (Gothamist)
You guys have heard that Rosanne Barr is running for President, right? Good. Because it's lit'rally my favorite thing about this race. (The Mary Sue)
And this? Well this is one of the reasons why I used an episode of "Parks and Recreation" to clear my head of that dumb Harry Potter horror movie last night.
And how about you Namaste your way into the weekend with these distressingly bendy people? ENJOY!