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“Nothing in my garden gave a hint of the pain, the hurt and the deep sorrow that would manifest in salty tears on the cheeks of neighborhoods after,” Tom (Robert Cuccioli) says. Why a garden would foretell plane crashes, or later, how Tom would know that a sea gull following him was looking down, “eyes staring and perturbed, mystified, wondering what we have done here,” are just two of the many peculiar questions raised by Mr. Flynn’s script.
::drops needle on Good Morning, Captain::
Mayor Rob Ford Attacked by Owl
…or the Bowery Ball Room, which is also a favorite of Complex’s Kamer. “The acts I’ve seen there before they exploded — TV on the Radio, The National, Frank Ocean — are some of the best shows I’ve ever seen in a long line of concert-going.”
If you missed Tracy Morgan and Hannibal Buress last night at 92Y, Grantland has highlights:
On the (very important) question of white people using the N-word at karaoke.
Buress: “You can’t pick a song that’s [N-word] heavy. Like, Kanye’s ‘All of the Lights’ is OK. But YG’s ‘My N—a’ you should avoid.”
Morgan: “When you drinking at the karaoke spot, know how many [N-Words] are in the song.”
On the Brooklyn Nets
Morgan: “If you’re a Nets, Mets, or Jets fan, you probably have low self-esteem.”
On Buress writing for 30 Rock
Morgan: “It was just you and a sea of white dudes.”
Buress: “We had an Indian dude.”
On the 92nd Street Y
Morgan: “I didn’t even know this shit was here! Is this the Upper East Side or what? This is where the good cocaine is.”
On side businesses
Buress: “I want to open a Jamba Juice.”
On performing for white audiences
Morgan: “That’s why I wear a watch. Because if white people see me wearing a watch they feel like they can trust me.”
The good cocaine is at the McDonald’s below the J/M/Z train at Marcy Ave.
“Even though there is very minimal public health risk, the bottom line is that our commitment is to serve water that’s clean, cold and constant,” said Water Bureau administrator David Shaff. “That doesn’t include pee. Not from people, at least.”
— Oregon Live, "Portland will flush 38 million gallons of water after man urinates in Mt. Tabor Reservoir"
Last week username buytoiletpaper took me to Mt. Tabor and while sitting on a park bench she explained that some people want to cover the reservoir to prevent exactly this but others think a cover wouldn’t be aesthetically pleasing. I don’t live there so I didn’t really care but I also had to go to the bathroom. There was one nearby.
One of Vulture’s picks for the Tribeca Film Festival:
Summer of Blood
Here’s a strange one. Director Onur Tukel (full disclosure: I know the guy) stars as a nebbishy Brooklyn motormouth with commitment issues who, still reeling from a recent breakup, is bitten by a vampire and becomes an undead sex machine — with commitment issues. Deliriously weird and discomfiting, and very, very funny, it’s like what might happen if Woody Allen and Lena Dunham found themselves collaborating on a Roger Corman movie.
The world doesn’t need an indie vampire romantic comedy set in Bushwick, Brooklyn but the world doesn’t need a lot of things. See this while the world continues to burn slowly.
Full disclosure: I know the guy too. I helped produce Onur’s previous film, Richard’s Wedding (still available on iTunes and Amazon!) so hopefully this will be the one that breaks for him.
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