This beast of an album took Dave Ross months to set up and execute, and let me tell you, it is worth it. Throw 12 bucks into pre-ordering this album, so he doesn’t go bankrupt, You’ll get a badass, long comedy album in return.
One of LA’s best live comedy shows, Holy Fuck, recorded an album this year and it’s finally coming out with all its hysterics in a double CD. Over 40 tracks featuring the likes of the very funny Sean Patton, Moshe Kasher, Kyle Kinane, James Adomian, Beth Stelling, Eric Andre, Lizzy…
Nick Carraway places a cover page atop his finished manuscript. “Gatsby: By Nick Carraway” is finished. He looks, considering the name for a moment, then scribbles “The Great” above the Title. “The Great Gatsby: By Nick Carraway”. He looks again, shakes his head and returns his pen to the page. “Nick Carraway” is scribbled out, and beneath it, “Baz Luhrmann” is written in its place.
The camera pulls back to reveal Baz Luhrmann has been writing the novel this whole time.
He winks to the camera.Lady Marmalade plays over the credits.
So, I’ve taken it upon myself to write the script for the new Entourage movie. I’m not sure where they are in production, but I figure any help I can give them to get this movie in theaters where it belongs is worth doing.
Trying to tear meat off a chicken skeleton is an annoyance for many Americans, especially younger ones. So KFC, in what it’s calling a “game changer” of a move, is ditching the bones.
The Kentucky-based chicken chain is rolling out its Original Recipe Boneless options on April 14 as it attempts to draw back patrons seeking more portable, convenient foods.
In the U.S., 80% of fried chicken is served off the bone in the form of strips, bites and filets, according to the company. Competitors such as McDonald’s, Chick-fil-A andBurger Kingare invading the chicken market with hassle-free chicken offerings such as wraps, nuggets and sandwiches.
Us “Millenials” don’t need the “hassle” of chicken with “bones” in it. We haven’t got the time for that, what with our websites and our devices.