Clearly Ricky and his uncle (?) do not see eye to eye
I heard Google Docs changed it’s name just to reel in Gosling fans.
Trinidad James likes gold. This guy fucking LOVES it.#
Wes Anderson Verejao
As a Senior at Ohio State I have now seen Aaron Craft play for 3 years now and looking back on his career I can’t remember one memorable moment. I always hear about the Junior point guards tremendous defense, but I can’t honestly say I have ever actively watched it. I am not a professional basketball analyst, so naturally when I watch a ball game, my only focus is the guy with the ball. Aaron Craft could be doing the chicken dance while guarding his man, and I would probably never notice. The only time I pay attention to Aaron Craft is when he is on offense, and boy is he a snooze fest (wow. that actually sounds like an amazing type of festival to counter Coachella and Bonaroo, but not for a basketball game) Let’s face it. Even though Craft is a great student, an incredible athlete, a spectacular teammate, a coach’s dream and probably one of the best all around people on the planet, he is boring…
I usually only watch movies that star David Schwimmer, but I recently decided to step out of my comfort zone and watch this Indian film that I saw in the IMDB top 250. Even though the title “3 Idiots” makes it sound like a lame comedy movie (see: 3 Ninjas and 3 Stooges) it was honestly amazing. So if you have some extra time on your hands, do yourself a favor and check it out. I guarantee it will be the best 3 hour Youtube video you’ve ever seen.
WARNING: this movie is subtitled, so you cannot take your eyes off the movie and watch porn in another tab. If that deters you from watching it, I would completely understand. However, you do get used to the subtitles very fast, and the anticipation makes for a great marathon porn watching session afterwords
Is Kevin Bacon’s new show “The Following” about him helping people manage their Twitter accounts?
Same old story Chris Brown story.
Please be aware that this is NOT an article discussing the issue of too much gun use in college basketball, because I don’t think any Division 1 player has ever protected the ball with an Ak-47 (I am not sure about D2 or D3). This is a MUCH BIGGER ISSUE.
If you have watched college basketball anytime before 2008, then you may know what I am talking about, but in case you don’t let’s take a look at some former college basketball players and see what today’s game is missing:
You don’t have to look too far back to remember the brilliant hustle plays of this former Mountaineers sharp shooter, and you definitely don’t have to look to hard to see what makes him stand out from the players of today. Still not sure?
Despite this week’s release of Hansel and Gretel and the new movie Jack the Giant Slayer (due to hit theaters in February), 2013 is not the biggest year for fairy tale remakes as of recent. In fact, 2012 was actually a HUGE year for movie versions of our favorite children’s stories. You know Snow White and the Huntsman, but lets look at some of the other, less obvious movies from last year that had fairy tale origins:
The Grey starring Liam Neeson and Dermot Mulroney (or Dylan McDermott?)
Released: January 2012
Fairy Tale Origins: “Peter and the Wolf”
In this movie Liam Neeson’s character Ottway (just a different spelling of the name Peter) battles a wolf in the forest, which I’m pretty sure is the EXACT same plot as it’s fairy tale predecessor. Except, I think in the original version the wolf is taken to the zoo or a parade, and in this one Liam Neeson punches the wolf in the face until it dies (I’m not 100% sure though, i haven’t actually seen the film. But I cannot imagine Mr. Taken going to a parade) Still, very similar.