Brand New Chromeo Music

After a few years under the radar, Chromeo will be dropping a new record on September 14th called Business Casual. Here’s a new track of their upcoming third record, it’s called “Don’t Turn The Lights On.”


The Oregon Trail on Twitter

The good folks at Wonder-Tonic have created a twitter for the Oregon Trail.

Now you’ll be able to sign up for “live updates from from your favorite mid-eighties westward-expansion-themed video game.”

This Week in Shocking Fast Food Creations

The Friendly’s restaurant chain has unveiled a new burger that is three sandwiches in one.  The East Coast chain has debuted the Grilled Cheese BurgerMelt, a simple beef burger that has two grilled cheese sandwiches as buns. The burger weighs in at 1500 calories (870 from fat); 79 grams of saturated fat; and 2090 milligrams of sodium. By comparison the infamous KFC Double Down’s sodium content is only 1380 milligrams.


A noun from the Yaghan language of Tierra del Fuego described as “a look shared by two people with each wishing that the other will initiate something that both desire but which neither one wants to start.”

The American Psycho Billboard

Perhaps the most famous scene in the film American Psycho is the scene where Patrick Bateman and his colleagues compare business cards. So naturally when New Zealand television network TV2 wanted to advertise that they would be airing the film, the advertisement took inspiration from that scene.

Frank Sinatra on Fame

In September 1990, pop star George Michael gave a rare interview with the Los Angeles Times. Michael had recently released a new record called Listen Without Prejudice Vol. 1 which he had decided would not be supported through the traditional means of music videos and a big tour. In the interview with the Times, Michael explained his decisions saying that he wanted to step away from the limelight. Soon after, the paper received this letter from Frank Sinatra (click to view full size):

Because Even Hitler Deserves Easter Eggs