Guess who is starring in season 17 of Dancing With The Stars?! The one, the only, Bill Nye The Science Guy.
— Bill Nye (@TheScienceGuy) September 4, 2013
Best news iv’e heard all week!
PS- Now lets talk about how hot his dance partner is.
— Tyne Stecklein (@TyneStecklein) August 1, 2013
[on ze left] WOOF
It’s Friday. Let’s get Yoked.
“@yokoono: This is an invisible tree safe from somebody trying to cut it down.”
– Starting it off white hot. If there’s a type of person I hate in this world, it’s the large population of people trying to cut down invisible trees. Where do you get off trying to destroy these invisible trees? Don’t you know invisible animals rely on the shelter these invisible trees provide? Yoko always looking out for those in need, especially if they’re invisible. (The scariest part of this tweet: 400 RTs. Dangerously insane people)
“@yokoono: All of us will very soon be able to grow back every part of our body.”
– I can’t blame Yoko on this one. I mix up lizards and humans all the time. And who’s to say that some lizard man living in the Amazon isn’t already running around naked regenerating limbs like some kind of sorcerer. I wouldn’t be surprised if Clooney could already do it. Oh my sweet Clooney
“@yokoono: I had a dream in which beautiful, pure stars, millions of them, were sparkling and filling a large, large space.”
– You don’t have to dream anymore Yoko! There is a sky, and millions of stars too! I have dreams about taking Jennifer Lawrence to nice seafood dinners, meanwhile Yoko over here is dreaming about stars in the sky. You tell me who the crazy one is.
Four Types of Twitter Follows
I have a confession to make: I love Twitter. It’s Facebook’s cool, hot cousin and it’s taken over the world. You can’t turn on a show without seeing each person’s twitter handle flashed beneath their name plate. While Twitter is mostly a positive thing, it does have one major drawback: anyone can tweet. Personally, I like to follow a lot of celebrities and professional wrestlers, which most of the time is really cool, primarilly because of the chance to interact with people who you would normally only be able to watch on TV. For every John Krasinki and Aaron Paul, there are thousands of keyboard warriors who ruin my day. With that said, here are the four types of people you follow on Twitter.
(Actors, Athletes, Musicians, Comedians) – Love ’em. I’m a huge movie, TV, sports fan, so to to be able to see celebrities interact via social media has always seemed cool to me. It almost feels like I’ve entered their inner circle, and I’m step one away from Clooney’s fancy, skinny dipping parties. I rank the celebrities slightly higher than my friends, mainly because celebrities post pictures of their yachts in Cabo and my friends post pictures of each other sleeping. (FYI: Clooney and Bill Paxton don’t have Twitter, and no I’m not ok with it.)
Stage 1 & 2 Friends
96% of my Twitter followers are people I’ve met at some point in my life. (the other 4% are sex bots) I’m not a complete savage, so naturally I follow some of those people back. Stage 1 friends are the people I associate with on a day-to-day or at least semi frequent basis. Then you have the Stage 2 or outer crust friends. These are the people you see at a bar on a random Friday night and they say “it’s been too long” but in the back of your mind your thinking even if you lived to be 500 years old it would be too soon to see them. Most of them live the same life as me, and I’m sure they’re just as bored with my tweets as I am with theirs, but without them, my @ tab would never have a down arrow. Celebrities may be cooler, but friends are more important (Clooney and Bill Paxton once again are the exceptions)
Not quite celebrities, definitely not friends. But an integral part of your Twitter life nonetheless. Adam Schefter may be a midget, but on draft day, he’s the tallest man in the room. Consistently breaking NFL related stories before all the major networks (including his own). Depending on the season, this type of tweeter could potentially sneak into my top spot. Whether it’s movie news (indiewire) wrestling news (ewrestling) or random celebrity insanity (TMZ), the news breakers will always hold a special place in my peanut sized heart.
I had to seperate the porn stars from the celebrities. Now when I first started following porn stars on Twitter, I expected them to be like everyone else. Do they get stuffed up for a living? Yes they do. But I gave them the benefit of the doubt, and asssumed their tweets would be just like any other self respecting actress. Boy was I wrong. Some of the filthiest shit I have ever seen in words has come from the fingers of one Bibi Jones. Oh you can’t find a decent guy? Maybe don’t tweet about jamming objects into every hole of your body next time. (Keep tweeting nude pics please)
Are there more than four types of people on Twitter? No.
Having been able to see the world premiere of this movie in Austin, with the cast and crew, was an absolute dream! I had been disappointed with horror films over the last few years, and was very reluctant to see this classic horror movie reboot. All the “don’t kill a classic” clichés were dancing in my head. That being said, I couldn’t have been more wrong. With this movie, the horror genre has finally caught up with the rest of cinema. This film is truly a sight for sore eyes, both in gore (they used 10,000 gallons of fake blood) and cinematics. Balance that with a solid storyline and above-par acting, you have a film you can’t miss. Hats off to you Fede, I look forward to your next film!
I am assuming that this will be coming out on DVD and Blu-ray sometime mid-summer. PLEASE, do yourself a favor and get the Blu-ray. This is a great looking film that deservers the 1080p treatment. Maybe when it comes out my wimp friends will watch it.
I give it a solid 8.75 Matt Stars (more on these later)
P.S. If you can still see it in theaters stay after the credits ………….Groovy