…And lastly, one Jez punched a steady in the face and broke his glasses. He had discovered a sex story she was writing about another dude on her laptop, so he picked it up and threw it. And that’s when she socked him. He was, uh, totally asking for it.
I know everybody says things that get taken out of context from time to time, I’m probably at the top of that list admittedly. I am not Jezebel or Gawker Media however, using their audience and platform to perpetuate this behavior is weak. Most astounded however that they literally used “totally asking for it” for an excuse, since that one is the crux of #IWontStandForIt’s more recent anti domestic violence rhetoric
Nobody deserves it, ever, so don’t even use that jokingly.
For the record, strongly suggest avoiding the comments if you decide to click through…
Have You Ever Beat Up A Boyfriend? Cause, Uh, We Have [via Jezebel]
Everything terrible about transcontinental airtravel, summed up in a viral YouTube ad from Virgin America.
Take a ride on BLAH Airlines
Here’s a mix from one of my favorite DJs, who happens to be local and a friend, Woodlawn. Tracklist available beneath the fold.
In the middle of 2008, this happened about a week after I quit working at the Genius Bar pictured here. David Banner performs live at the Lenox Square Apple Store
This shouldn’t come as a surprise to many here but, scientific research has finally upheld that bass heavy music does in fact make you feel more powerful.
While not terribly groundbreaking, this may explain why while …And Justice For All despite being heavy and aggressive fails to ever get anybody amped up because that whole they were more into making a statement than mixing a good record thing.
Read “The Music of Power: Perceptual and Behavioral Consequences of Powerful Music“, or listen to the NPR segment here.
Oh and for the record, one of the best bass-heavy tunes for your attitude according to science: