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Here’s Danny DeVito Walking A Dog In A Dress (The Dog, Not Danny DeVito)

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I don’t know what this is for and I don’t care. I don’t need context in this situation. It’s Danny DeVito walking a dog who is wearing a dress. It’s wonderful. I used to think that DeVito was this great actor who turns in one of the most insane performances as Frank Reynolds on Always Sunny, but I think it’s pretty clear that he’s just batshit crazy.

– Ryan

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In Honor of Seeing Billy Joel at MSG Tonight, Here Are My 5 Favorite Billy Joel Songs

I easily could have made this into a top 25 list, but 25 is a high number. In no particular order…

1. She’s Always a Woman

If you can’t woo a woman with this song, then you’re a moron.

2. Downeaster Alexa

The only good part about the Hangover 2 was this song. Fact.

3. We Didn’t Start The Fire

Only William Joel could jam out and teach you world history at the same time.

4. For The Longest Time

Whoaaaaaaaaaaaa for the longest time.

5. Scenes From An Italian Restaurant

Billy Joel is such a visual singer, he paints a picture with this lyrics and tells a story better than almost anyone. Songs like Piano Man and Scenes From An Italian Restaurant make you feel like you’re at the bar while he’s playing piano or eating in an Italian resturant somewhere. He’s the master. I can’t wait for his sweet music to make love to my ears tonight.

– Ryan

Sticking it to the Cops Has Never Been Funnier

Here is a short “revenge” video this guy made in response to getting a ticket for not biking in the proper bike lanes. I’m not sure if this is just another d-bag or if he makes a valid point. All I know is that videos of people hurting themselves are funny. That’s the bottom line.

What do you think?

-MattyV

PS- I could never bike anywhere because by the time I get to my destination I will need a shower. I’m not sure how long this guy’s commute is, but if it is more than 10 feet then I would be sweating.

Matt’s Music Monday – Vampire Weekend

Today’s Music Monday takes a look at Vampire Weekend’s newest album, ‘Modern Vampires Of The City’, and the single from that album, Diane Young. Not only do the boys from NY City produce a jam on this one, but the video looks like it was a blast to film.  Enjoy the music video, and check out the rest of the album for free on Spotify.

-MattyV

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