"I’ll shake the whole world…"
So excited for my boys to put out some new music again!
This seems to be an odd choice for a lead single, but hey, what do I know about the music business? Can’t wait to hear the rest of the album!
Looking for a different way to display your records, but still be able to access them to play? Check out this Kickstarter from the aptly named “Records On Walls.”In 2010, I came up with the idea for Records On Walls. My educational background wasn’t in design or manufacturing, but I wouldn’t let that stop me. I was obsessed with producing this invention, convinced that it solved the problems I was having with displaying my record collection.
After several design iterations and prototypes, I developed the first version of Records On Walls, and started shipping them from my basement to North American customers. Although feedback for the product was great, there was still room for improvement and its time for a new iteration of the frame that can be universally used.
I did some extra digging. The unreleased Brand New track is called “Out Of Range” and it has apparently been floating around the internet since 2010, although I don’t know anyone who has heard it. The lyrics are amazing, so I’m going to post them here:
Hide in a storks mouth sleep till its dark out All dressed up holding your receipts for the numbers that you picked you in a box full of your mistakes and a leaden crucifix If hearts were all made like they were balls of yarn well they've all got the strings that get tugged on your heart?? some are different lengths some would be stronger than others and some would be the colors of your mothers and fathers Do old structures stand the same as any older man a place where something used to live but in the end just turns cold Am i a torn up tattered worn out piece of fabric not suitable to stitch a beret Cause id like to be tightly braided gold and silver bracelets the type you'd like to wear round your wrist As we're made we start to break And in the places you go you'll find these people you know all sewing patterns into clothing that you've called your own And in these smaller designs theres something larger you might find that peoples hands have worked together to make up the parts of you.
This video is sick. And it’s such a simple concept. Also, it took me until the third time through that I realized the bear was blinking and moving.
KC is snoring. Haha, cutest thing ever.
@mattf_ingsmith just found an innovative way to feed our Christmas tree some water. #homebrewersingenuity
Get yourselves ready, guys, because this is the funniest thing that ever happened: Chet Haze, AKA Chester Hanks, AKA the douchebag offspring of Tom Hanks, got into a Twitter fight with Jensen Karp, AKA rapper Hot Karl, AKA a super hilarious guy who is&
I wouldn’t say this is the “funniest thing that ever happened,” but it’s entertaining nonetheless. I look forward to Jensen Karp bringing out one last Hot Karl on another garbage rapper and I hope Jash or Funny or Die puts it out for all of us to see.
I got to see Inside Llewyn Davis last night and after sleeping on it, I will say that the music was fantastic, the journey was good, but the film comes stock with a bullshit Coen brothers ending. It’s not even ambiguous for a reason. It seems as though they got tired of writing. That being said, I say you should just buy the soundtrack, drive real far, and listen to it while you take your own journey.
Gotta always reblog muh gurrs!
We’re excited to share Prime Air — something the team has been working on in our next generation R&D lab.
The goal of this new delivery system is to get packages into customers’ hands in 30 minutes or less using unmanned aerial vehicles.
Putting Prime Air into commercial use will take some number of years as we advance the technology and wait for the necessary FAA rules and regulations.
Amazon has developed drones to deliver packages. Holy shit. I feel like I’m reading about stuff that I had no idea could even potentially exist.
this is the best clip from the eric andre show. very important that you watch.
I once tried to do a Hannibal Buress impression live on stage at a taping of Pete Holmes’ podcast, You Made it Weird. It did not go well. I wish I had seen the Eric Andre show back then so I could have been properly prepared.