Radiohead rocks AAC

Monday night, Radiohead rocked the American Airlines Center on their first tour since the release of their latest full-length album, The King of Limbs, last year. The band has not been to Dallas since its 2008 tour supporting In Rainbows, and while several of its career hits were played over the roughly two-hour set, the live sound of their newest album showed the overall changes and evolution of Radiohead’s sound.

Radiohead perform at the American Airlines Center in Dallas on March 5th.

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Reason Jon Stewart is perfect

Jon Stewart: How in the world, do you, Mitt Romney, justify making more in one day than the median American family makes in a year, while paying the effective taxes of the guy who has to scan your shoes at the airport?

Mitt Romney: I pay all of the taxes that are legally required, an not a dollar more. I don’t think you want someone, as the candidate for President who pays more taxes than he owes.

Jon Stewart: No.. but we might want one who thinks that’s WRONG!


Presidential hopeful offers Americans the moon

GOP contender Newt Gingrich has made one of the biggest promises since JFK’s original moon exploration idea in the 60s: promising voters to establish a permanent base on the moon by the end of his expected term if he is elected president. Following the pattern of the airline boom in the 30s, Gingrich wants to transform the moon into a habitable state and make it a vacation destination by 2020. Seriously, yall. Newt is promising us the moon. Continue reading

Report: Jesus “totally fucking forgot” about game

Jesus Christ claims to have “totally fucking forgot” about the game Saturday, in which Tebow and the Broncos finally lost in their battle with Tom Brady’s Patriots.

According to the AP wire, Jesus Christ, who some believe to have sacrificed himself for all of mankind’s wrongdoings as well as being the son of the divine power who created “literally, everything,” spoke to reporters Tuesday morning about what happened Saturday.

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Goddamn it, Jon Huntsman

Former Utah governor and GOP candidate Jon Huntsman dropped out of the race for the republican presidential nomination on Monday after placing third in last week’s New Hampshire primary. Even before his drop, he acknowledged that expectations for him in South Carolina’s primary were “very low.” Continue reading