If you haven’t seen the new Beat commercial staring Lebron James, then watch it now.
That song got me pumped up so much that I needed to find out who it was. The artist is Hozier and the song is “Take Me to Church”. After listening to that song 100 times I decided to check out his whole album and it’s MAGIC. I’ll have to put in into rotation between The Lumineers and Of Monsters and Men.
Ebola – Rapper Cam’ron has begun selling masks designed to prevent the spread of Ebola. The masks feature a close-up photo of Cam’ron talking on a pink cellphone.
The “Cam’ron Ebola Mask” is available online for $19.99 and begins shipping Nov. 7. It “provides complete protection while remaining light and comfortable,” according to the product’s site.
I’m a little late on this story because when you see a Cam’ron headline in 2014, you don’t exactly jump out of your seat waiting to read it. Boy was I wrong. The Cam Ebola Mask, which, and correct me if I’m wrong, looks like a regular face mask with Cam’ron’s picture on it, is here to save your life. How? I am not sure, but if there’s one person on this Earth that I believe can save me from Ebola, it’s Cam’ron. Far and away my favorite part of this whole thing is that the masks begin shipping November 7th. It’s not like Ebola is a deadly disease that’s spreading across the globe. Don’t worry about putting a rush on the shipment. Just know that if you get Ebola on or after November 7th, you’ll be OK. Until then, you’re doomed.
LJ – The 40th season of Saturday Night Live has had some good and very bad moments through the first three episodes, but there has certainly been some promise displayed by the show’s new blood. For starters, Pete Davidson earned rave reviews for his debut routine on Weekend Update, while he has also shown his talent for delivering laughs in sketches. But some people might argue that the show’s brightest new star is Leslie Jones, who was hired as a writer earlier this year after a talent search. Jones eventually got some screen time on Weekend Update last season – remember the controversy? – and she made several great appearances in the first three episodes of this season.
Apparently Lorne Michaels and Co. have heard us laughing with Jones, because Deadline reports that she has been promoted to featured player ahead of this week’s episode starring Jim Carrey. That’s obviously great news – hopefully for the ratings, too – but let’s hope that it’s not the end of Jones swinging by Weekend Update to call Colin Jost a “sexy vanilla muffin” and “delectable Caucasian.” He probably benefits from her incredible personality more than anyone.
Love me some Leslie Jones. The UPROXX article pretty much hit the nail on the head, but Leslie and Pete Davidson have been the shining stars through season 40’s first three episodes. She’s clearly a gifted comedian, but it’s her energy that sets her apart from the other cast members. Between her Weekend Update spots and her cameo in the ’39 Cents’ skit above, we’ve only seen her appear in racially motivated sketches, so it’ll be interesting to see how she is used outside of that type of comedy. Now that she’s officially a featured player, I’m doubly excited for Chris Rock to host. That’s a magical combination waiting to happen.
In May, a 28-year-old Japanese man, Yoshitomo Imura, was arrested for 3D printing two guns and publishing videos of the process online. The verdict on Imura has now been decided by the Yokohama District Court, with presiding judge Koji Inaba sentencing Imura to two years in jail. This is not only the first such punishment in Japan, a country with strict gun control laws, but the first in the world.
3D printers can be great, but they can also be terrible at the same time. Lets hope that the 3D printer craze does’t turn into “Gun Fiesta 2015″. I would really like to own a 3D printer one day and all these people are ruining it! How else am I suppose to 3D print medieval armor for halloween?!
Well this is disturbing. For those of you who don’t know who Lana, a.k.a. the Ravishing Russian is, her real name is C.J. Parker, and she plays the character of Lana on WWE TV. If you’ve seen this photo, you probably don’t need me to tell you that’s she unbelievably gorgeous, but I’m going to tell you anyway because she’s awesome. A woman taking a picture of herself and putting it on Instagram usually ends awkwardly and horribly, and this time is no different. We have a few commenters stay classy, but there’s always one in the bunch that takes it too far, and this time it was @bring_wrestling_back. You have eyes, so you can see the comment. I’d like to say I’m surprised, but I’m not. I hope Lana uses her Russian spy sense and finds out who this person is so Rusev can literally break their back in the Accolade.
After RKO vines took over the world last week, it seems that everyone wants to get in on the action. While this isn’t the greatest goal celebration in the world, any time someone incorporates a wrestling move into their everyday life I’m going to approve. WWE tries so hard to get mainstream attention, when all they needed to do was let the internet take over. I still get jazzed up every time I see this Stone Cold stunner vine. Internet perfection.
I think I have used The Boss for more Music Monday’s than any other artist, but can you blame me? Glory Days just came on Spotify and kicked my Monday’s ASS.
PS- You’re welcome.
Yes I used all capital letters in the title, because this is the most lifelike entrance of any WWE video game that I can remember. One of the cooler things about the Wyatt Family is everything they do OUTSIDE of the matches. Their promo videos, backstage promos and entrance are so unique that it makes them stand out from any other wrestler. WWE 2K15 promised to be the greatest graphical game ever, and from what I’ve seen so far, they are right. I’m buying this game, because there is no such thing as having too much wrestling to watch/play, and I will probably never be anyone else besides Bray Wyatt. Excuse me while I watch this video a thousand more times.
I’m not going to lie, this prank would’ve gotten me bad. You have the perfect setting (parking garage) and the perfect characters (a guy missing his legs and one arm and a genuinely frightening looking man with a chainsaw). If this happened to me it would ruin parking garages for me forever. I’d probably never go in one again. I really wanted to see what happened after these people were told it was a prank. Or maybe they were never told? There is a possibility that there are a handful of people out there sitting in their house with the shades drawn praying to the Gods that the chainsaw maniac isn’t coming for them. Happy Halloween indeed.