The X/O is back with more heat for the afterparty. Just realeased, “Thursday” is the highly anticipated second installment of the Weeknd X/O mixtape trilogy. On top of living and tripping the light fantastic, you can tell the studio lights are flipping as well as the sound is respectively more polished. All you Drake fans can expect to hear The Weeknd on his sophomore album, “Take Care” (Oct.
Bookface, Twitspace, Mybook. Social Media, for some people is like drugs. Even though it won’t have you on the strip turning tricks for tweets, a comparison between the two is long over due. Illustrator Patrick Moberg rounded up all the major pimps and players in the social networking game and pairs them with illicit real world substances. Hilarious. Seriously.
Scantily clad Women of carnal knowledge stranded in the desert, doing cocaine, fighting over bottled water, wrestling on the ground, hurling, tripping on exstacy, clawing their lace leggings off, getting bamboozled by some douche bag who thinks he’s lucifer. Oh they’re also looking for Metropolis.
-Antonio Maria Costa (@antoniomcosta) Head / UN Office on Drugs and Crime (via UK Guardian). $352 billion was at one point the only tangible “liquid investment capital” available to some of your major financial institutions in 2008. 2 years later Bloomberg starts dropping dimes. This was the wildest news you never heard of in 2010. Not surprised. All good, thats what Wikileaks was suppose to be for. Check
It’s pictures like these that make me wish for a time capsule. Even if it was only for a split second, a quick look at this exact moment in time would be priceless. Legends in the Game. Keith Richards and John Belushi is one thing. Put James Brown in the mixx? Between the two, the levels of toxicity probably had The Godfather of Soul on Cloud 9.75 default. I’ll put money down, that was an extra fresh nigh