Dispatches from Fort Awesome Mini-Episode 2Jason and Jen do some housecleaning and talk about the upcoming NewsRadio tribute comic. Send questions and more to us, call 646-801-WNYX and e-mail firstname.lastname@example.org! View Original Post and Listen to Episode Here: http://bit.ly/2vaPAS1 (via Dispatches from Fort Awesome: A NewsRadio Podcast) ... See more
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Dan and Jay talk this week about an early attempt at editing action on a limited bit of software and hardware. They also have a special announcement about their first album,
All the buts at 15:29 cracked me up.
This video that cuts all of the dialogue from The Wizard of Oz in alphabetical order will haunt and impress you in equal measure. You really need to check this out, like right now.
So here's the thing. The original bull statue appeared over night and was only kept (but moved) due to the public opinion. The fearless girl was actually installed with proper permits and everything. This guy and the original artist are butt hurt because it "changes the meaning and importance" of the original. If you put up guerilla work, then you have NO say in how it's used or interpreted. There was no contract signed and no agreement of the artist's intent. That's where the pee dog falls flat. I'm glad he made sure it was temporary and admitted he had no right to bolt it to the ground. Quit whining guys. ... See more
There was a brand new statue down on Wall Street, but this one didn't last long. A New York City sculptor, Alex Gardega, claims he put a statue of a dog right next to the 'Fearless Girl' that was placed across... ... See more
"Perfect for Now" Description of motor repair or Linda Ronstadt song?
An odd passport generated from an IM chat forver ago.
Dan is god to the LEGO people.
This works amazingly well. Something about the smile of #5 screams "Don't trust that bitch."
“Went to a museum armed with Face App to brighten up a lot of the sombre looks on the paintings and sculptures. The results…” writes @Ollyog over on Twitter. So here’s 12 bits of grumpy classical art improved by FaceApp smiles: 1. 2. 3. 4. 5. 6. 7. 8. 9. 10. 11. 12. All photos … ... See more
Many of my storied movie parts!
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