Friday, February 27, 2009

'Adventureland' and 'I Love You, Man'

Two new NSFW trailers/clips for two new tangentially-Apatow-related comedies, for all of my unemployed readers.

13 year-old Jonathan Krohn: The Future of the GOP?

Apparently this kid wrote a book called "Define Conservatism." If this is who the GOP is turning to, they're in more trouble than I thought.

Obama Calls for End of War in Iraq

"Let me say this as plainly as I can. By August 31, 2010, our combat mission in Iraq will end." [HuffPo]

New Music Fridays

New tracks from K'Naan, Neko Case and The Beatles(?!), plus the single off of David Byrne's latest album in honor of tonight's show at Radio City Music Hall.

K'Naan - Smile [Audio Muffin]

Neko Case - Middle Cyclone [Stereogum]

The Beatles - Revolution 1 (Take 20)
[Twelve Major Chords]

David Byrne and Brian Eno - Strange Overtones [EverythingThatHappens]

Sean Hannity on Gay Kissing at the Oscars

I get it if he's just admitting that he's homophobic, but he actually claims to be outraged that the Oscars is exposing children to sex and violence. Watch GLAAD's video analysis:

Tucker Carlson Almost Booed Off the Stage for Defending The New York Times

"I am literally in the process of stockpiling weapons and food and moving to Idaho." [Wonkette]

Joe the Murderer Suggests Shooting Congresspeople

"Back in the day, really, when people would talk about our military in a poor way, somebody would shoot ‘em." [ThinkProgress]

Chris Matthews Loves the "Democratic Party," not the "Democrat Party"

Watch Chris Matthews irrationally flip-out about a grammar issue.

"Let's just call people what they call themselves and stop the Mickey Mouse here."

What does that mean?

Stephen Colbert to Have Rap Battle with Michael Steele

"He's not just taking it to the streets, he's taking it to the cul-de-sacs."

Kanye West on Storytellers

Even though the best parts were reportedly left of the cutting room floor, but considering he only says hilarious shit, Kanye's episode of VH1's Storytellers should be the craziest in the show's history. It's certainly never looked like this before:

Tracy Jordan on Larry King

On last night's '30 Rock,' Tracy Jordan and Larry King competed to see who could deliver more hilarious lines. From the beginning of their interview, we knew this was going to be good.

TRACY: But then he scores a basket even though he's not a wolf anymore."

LARRY: We're here with Tracy Jordan, who just recounted, by the way, the entire plot of the movie 'Teen Wolf.'

Watch the whole episode here: