I round out the rest of my top 15 albums for The Hundreds in the most aggressive way I can. It’s the final word.
In what is clearly a troll move, I wrote out my top 15 rap albums for The Hundreds. But don’t get it twisted, all of my picks are genuine.
I wrote about my top 10 favorite podcasts of 2015 for The Hundreds and it includes some great shows you should be listening to. Trust me.
I spoke with Joe Berkowitz for Fast Company about how/why I do so many things (spoiler: it’s obsessive thoughts disorder).
I sat down with comedy’s new buzzworthy writing team, who hasn’t even met yet.
I watched Kanye West perform 808’s & Heartbreaks in its entirety at the Hollywood Bowl. He wore a burlap mummy suit.
I had a new Rolling Stone article about Robert Rodriguez’s Lucha Underground, an impressive wrestling TV show that is fighting to have a second season. Check it out here –
I’m nervous these will get pulled off Instagram soon, so I decided to chronicle every picture that now self-admitted serial child molester Josh Duggar has posted with a Republican politician over the past few years. Keep in mind, a majority of these photos were taken at rallies or intimate events where Duggar was an invited guest so …Read More
In what is possibly the best use of social media ever, and possibly the Internet in general, Larry King posts pictures of himself and every rapper he interviews on his weird new Internet talk show. Have you ever wanted to know what your favorite MC looks like next to a skeleton in suspenders? Well, your …Read More
In 1987, I was 8 years old and WWE was my life. It was the company’s original salad days, and I was definitely getting my vegetables, donning the red and yellow colors of Hulkamania and rooting on babyfaces like Paul Orndorff, Ricky “The Dragon” Steamboat, Brutus “The Barber” Beefcake and the Hart Foundation – all outlandish characters, none existing in the so-called gray area that most wrestlers occupy today.
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