Actor Derek Theler tells his Instagram followers: "I'm loving the Centaur look. Don't miss Baby Daddy Wednesday. Saddle up partner!"
And with that invitation, I'm sure a few of you will be tuning in.
For more shirtless selfies from Theler, click HERE.
Posted Mar. 11,2014 at 10:45 AM EST by Andy Towle in Derek Theler, News, Shirtless |
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An Australian radio host got an earful from Lorde after joking about rumors that she and Taylor Swift are involved in a lesbian relationship, E! reports.
Said Kyle Sandilands of KIIS 1065's Kyle & Jackie Show:
"Are you bringing your new bestie, Taylor Swift? I see your guys' pictures everywhere. Are you guys, like, uh, are you together now?...Not together as in lesbians…I'm not talking about 'Ellen together.' I'm talking about, like, you guys are friendly, right?"
Lorde wasn't having it:
Lorde retorted, "What do you mean you're not talking about 'Ellen together?' Is there something wrong with lesbians? Is that what you're trying to say?"
Sandilands explained, "Oh my god, no, I would love that. Are you going to confirm now that you're in a lesbian relationship with her?"
"Don't ever try it. It's not working," Lorde said.
Posted Mar. 11,2014 at 10:25 AM EST by Andy Towle in Lorde, News, Taylor Swift |
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What do full stomachs, empty souls, and filthy Denny placemats have in common?
They're all on the minds of the wingnuts at CPAC, and Jon Stewart thoroughly relishes the opportunity to shred GOP heirs apparent, Mitch McConnell, Ted Cruz, Paul Ryan, Rand Paul, and Wayne LaPierre.
Check it all out, AFTER THE JUMP...
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Posted Mar. 11,2014 at 10:05 AM EST by Andy Towle in CPAC, Jon Stewart, News, Republican Party |
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Tilda Swinton, who showed solidarity with the gay community last July by standing in Red Square with a rainbow flag, is asked about that moment in a SXSW interview with The Daily Beast.
"Well, Russia has the gayest president ever. No, that’s an offensive thing to say—not to him, but to the gay community."
Swinton has some additional insights about gay people:
"Well, I think there’s something that gay people have. It is true that to pass through the transitions that gay people have to in order to come out to themselves, to their families when they’re quite young, it’s a grow-bag, isn’t it? And I think that very often, heterosexual people miss out on that. There’s a feeling of development and sometimes, heterosexual people have never had to go through that self-examination and just knowing themselves, and that sense of coming out, coming to your own defense, and being your own best advocate, and going, “No! I’m going to stand by myself and say this is who I am and you can all fuck off.” That is a wonderful transition to go through, and I suppose a lot of straight people miss out on that, and then maybe their relationship choices are potentially less examined. They could be lazier or less thoroughly thought-through."
Posted Mar. 11,2014 at 9:54 AM EST by Andy Towle in News, Rainbow Flag, Russia, Tilda Swinton, Vladimir Putin |
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SXSW - Austin's annual tech, film, and music festival - is currently underway and has brought in thousands of film buffs, tech geeks, actors, and musicians from across the globe to meet, mingle, and enjoy the coolest city in Texas. And with the Interactive portion of the festival drawing to a close, what better time to look back on the things we've learned at SXSW 2014 so far.
Neil deGrasse Tyson Proves Science is "Cool" Again
If SXSW is any indicator of the current times, then we are at the dawn of a new renaissance in scientific interest and inquiry.
Famed astrophysicist Neil deGrasse Tyson, who was at SXSW as a keynote speaker and also to premiere his new show COSMOS (which aired globally Sunday night) has been championing all week the idea that science is slowly but surely becoming “mainstream.”
“I see the pendulum swinging back. We’ve spent a couple decades where it was fashionable to deny science in a big way, in an audacious way …The tone has shifted. I think the geek culture is rising up within the broader culture…It is a culture that will one day run the country and perhaps the world. And they do not fear science, they embrace science.”
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Posted Mar. 11,2014 at 9:32 AM EST by Kyler Geoffroy in Future Tech, NASA, Neil deGrasse Tyson, News, SXSW |
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In an effort to get people to sign up for the Affordable Care Act, President Obama sat down with Zach Galifianakis on his Funny or Die web interview series "Between Two Ferns" and touched on a barrage of typically silly topics including sending Ambassador Rodman to North Korea, erecting his presidential library in Kenya, letting his son play football, who he rooted for in the Sochi Winter Olympics, and whether he'll outlaw same-sex divorce.
Watch, AFTER THE JUMP...
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Posted Mar. 11,2014 at 9:12 AM EST by Andy Towle in Barack Obama, News, Zach Galifianakis |
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