A compilation of David Letterman asking drummers if their drums are theirs or rented and then complimenting them on said drums. Extremely weird and funny little inside joke with himself.
this is fantastic and the funniest thing i’ve ever seen.
#MASHUP System of a Down vs Daft Punk Get lucky. Amazeballs.
- Rabid wolves
- Misguided aspirations
- Broken glass
- Great white sharks
- Killer whales
- Runaway bus
- Loose rugs
- Cheese graters
- Romantic loves who are careless with hearts
- Excessive drinking
- Crystal chandeliers
- Exposed wiring
- Loose bricks
- That weird smell near the bathroom
- Guest bathrooms
- Bathtubs filled with body parts and lye
Chrome extension that replaces occurrences of ‘the cloud’ with ‘my butt’
There are also Safari and Firefox versions.
Eight or so years ago, I started mentally substituting “blog” with “trampoline,” and the web instantly became a lot more enjoyable.
Last night during my regular 4 a.m. bout of insomnia I decided to look up where the Skagit River Bridge was. Turns out it spans the Skagit River — or used to span, anyway, from 1955 until about nine hours prior — between Mount Vernon and the tiny town of Burlington, WA.
When I searched for “Burlington, WA,” Apple Maps gave me a random address fifteen miles away on NW Burlington Drive, Portland, OR. Not even the right state. I had to pan and zoom manually to find the crossing, which was tricky because in Apple Maps the entire Skagit River is unlabeled.
Google Maps just rolled its eyes, reached out with white-gloved hands to catch its top hat and cane, and found the spot instantly, already showing the missing section of I-5.
I don’t expect Apple to finish first in the maps race, but goddamn it, I wish they’d at least jog.