WALK THE MOON - Shut Up and Dance by WALK THE MOON
The beginning of this reminds me of another song, but the name escapes me at the moment and the more I listen to this the harder it is for me to recall what the other song I’m thinking of sounds like — a self defeating exercise, excellent single.
Source: SoundCloud / WALK THE MOON
Hmm just turned on the tv and caught Sleater-Kinney’s YNRNRF playing in the Red Band Society pilot
Sticking around to see what the show is about.
Go bears! 21-20. I hope they can hold onto this lead. I’m sooo not a 49ers fan.
UCLA!!!!! Woohoo Neuheisel!!
Backup quarterback bringing us back up baby!
Part of me is like “fine, it’s not like the world needs another Ryan Murphy show” but another part of me is super grossed out that it’s still so fucking taboo to center a show on lesbians and female sexuality. HBO is seriously the worst station for lady representation these days (and don’t come at me with Game of Thrones defenses – love it as I do, it’s still has a lot of throwaway titty trash and a serious problem with interpreting the book’s female narratives). Also, Ryan Murphy or not, I wasn’t going to balk at Anna Torv on my screen every week again. BOOOOOOOOOO.
What unflinchingly said.
But some Republicans are having trouble with their new talking points. Colorado Congressman Mike Coffman stumbled on the issue in a recent debate: “I am just pro-life, and I’m proud of that. And uh, I do not support personhood. But, uh, I support a women’s access to, to, um, certainly to — this Hobby Lobby decision — to uh, to get…”Ugh. Disgusting.
At that excruciating moment, Coffman is rescued by the audience, which feeds him the word he’s been looking for: “birth control.”
The exchange is followed by laughter, but Democrats do not find this the least bit funny.
View eastward along Malibu Road (now Pacific Coast Highway) at Santa Monica Canyon. Taken from south side of highway at West Channel Road. Showing flooding down Santa Monica Canyon to beach with piles of debris at base of flood water. Pedestrian sign for tunnel to beach access and Texaco Gas Station in road east of flooding. Despite heavy rainfall exceeding six inches that day there appears to have been a break in the rain when the photograph was taken.
— Los Angeles City Historical Society