“I was eating in a restaurant in Singapore, and an Asian couple was at the next table, and the guy turned to me and he said, ‘Chris, you know what this salad needs?’ I said, ‘What?’ He said, ‘More cowbell.”—Christopher Walken
“According to former band bassist Joe Bouchard, the cowbell part was overdubbed by his brother Albert after the rest of the song had been recorded. Eric Bloom has also said that he played it, but that the original idea came from the producer, David Lucas. On his website, David Lucas says that he was the one who played the cowbell.”—
Guys, what if for Thanksgiving this year, you know how kids make hand turkeys? What if I made a bunch of hand turkeys for Thanksgiving, only instead of making them turkeys — stay with me here — what if I modeled each one after a different popular video game character?
“I was very lucky to have my own professional record cutting lathe when I was in 7th grade due to my father being involved in the broadcast industry. I would cut records for friends at school of songs off the radio and learned the art of record making long before learning to play music. I would spend countless hours studying the grooves I would cut under the microscope that was attached to the lathe and loved the way music looked, moved and modulated within the thin walls. I might have spent too much time studying music through a microscope because it gave me a completely different outlook on what music is and a totally opposite understanding of it as well. There was something very magical and private when I zoomed into the magnified and secret world of sound in motion. I got to the point that I needed to create and paint my own sounds and colors into the walls of these grooves.”—Wipers - Wikipedia, the free encyclopedia
“The worlds of fashion and music have walked hand-in-hand for decades, but every once in a while, an artist and/or brand makes their own attempt at merging the two. After watching the video, one can certainly see that her rebellious lyrics are reflected in her personal style choices, which are debatable: VAINSTYLE or In Vain? What do you think of both her style and the lyrics?”—
“A second cousin of mine, at my grandfather’s funeral, he brings me this picture and says, “I want to show you something. It’s my dog.” And he had put a captain’s hat on his dog, and he was like, “Can you get my dog in the movies?” We’re at a funeral.”—
“the end of eternal sunshine should have been ten more minutes after they meet again…..with the girl bitching and whining about some stupid shit
and the guy rolling his eyes
wishing he could get his brain erased again”—my friend is going through a rough breakup
You know when the whole Internet is joking about the same thing, and how it gets kind of annoying even though you like the people making jokes, you just don't need to read 1,500 variations on a single theme?
I feel like the rapture jokes are getting to the point where everyone sounds kind of nervous about it? Like you wouldn’t think there would be this many jokes about a crackpot religious movement unless they actually struck a weird chord. I’m not really “saying”; I’m just… saying.
It’s almost as if people are making rapture jokes like there’s no tomorrow.
“Kimmel plays the bass clarinet. He got a chance to showcase his talent during a July 20, 2008, concert in Costa Mesa, California, featuring the Mighty Mighty Bosstones, when he took the stage and played bass clarinet on their hit song “The Impression That I Get.””—