Part 1 of the story behind the HOTTEST reality show of 2011.
No one knows what's written in the stars.
In Ciudad Juarez, women are assassinated, kidnapped, and abused by the police as well as the gangsters. These women are the passengers on Lety's bus.
In these films, ladies partake in melee combat as well as a full array of ranged attacks, and when they're done kicking serious ass they hit the jacuzzi.
It's like Christwire but real, and full of things written by actual conservative scholars and polemicists.
"I was obsessing on ghosts and black holes, I was seeing delusions. They were following me. No one believed me."
The final chapter of Brett Gelman's novel about murder and baldness.
We ran into a bunch of Occupiers, who shared their hippie-fied conceptions of God. One even showed us her boobs.
Emad Burnat's new film, "5 Broken Cameras," distills the Israeli settlement crisis down to a small Palestinian village getting poleaxed by a big Israeli army.
It's about goddamn time.
"The Grube Tube" was the greatest television show in the history of mankind, and anyone with a telephone could be on it.
The perfect Hollywood smile is just a squirt away!
We took our portable confession booth into the streets of London.
A month ago FedEx brought me a package from ONE Condoms. Inside were two tubes filled with 12 condoms each that I do not need because I eat vagina.
Let Trump SMLLC improve the Central Park Sheep Meadow!
Tomorrow in San Francisco Chrome is throwing a launch party for the new John Cardiel Travel Collection.
I'm disappointed to admit that I haven't been given the opportunity to even get a have-a-boss-step-on-my-head-and-pee-in-my-cranial-orifices type of jobby-job.
We didn't think anyone would be ignorant enough to use blackface in 2012, until we saw the promo poster of Herb Gardner's play, "I'm Not Rappaport."
Judging by the look of utter confusion on most people's faces when I make a Sammy Hagar joke, I'm fairly certain that most folks under the age of 30 don't know shit about the "Red Rocker."
Modern art still sucks.
Ever since 'Enter the Void and DMT: The Spirit Molecule' showed up on Netflix Instant, kids have been going gaga over Dimethyltryptamine. Earlier this year, writer John Barclay came across some, shared it with his pals, and talked to them about their trip…
Are these Chinese gangsters for real?
"We need to talk and I don't want to do 'pillow talk' where I talk while you just go to sleep."