this is a travesty
Every once in a while I go on the prowl for deals. I’m a gamer after all, but also a human being with a car loan and overdue heating bills and a weakness for the artisanal pasta that costs three times as much as the generic store brand. Deals matter—without them I’d be forced to replay The Witcher 3 for a third time. That’s how I found myself on the trade-in page of Gamestop’s website today, face to face with one of the boldest gaming deals of all time.
great moments in wallet inspection
When what you really wanted out of a phone is ‘more’
(mutters to self) you will be mine…
One of the first things we hear Craig Finn snarl on his band's 2004 debut album is a simple declaration of intent: "We gotta start it off with a positive jam!" This — and Finn's decade-by-decade American history barrage that precedes it — is where the legend of the Hold Steady, America's premier bookish, beerish, don't-call-them-a-bar-band bar band, begins. Both positivity and jamming have remained the Hold Steady’s mission statement for nearly 15 years. In that time, they’ve lived a dozen lives across six albums, hundreds of whiskey-drenched shows, and minor lineup retooling. Now, the band’s enjoying a career high point, reunited with beloved mustachioed piano man Franz Nicolay (who rejoined in 2016 after six years away) and playing multi-night blowout shows whenever they want, freed from the burdens of album-cycle touring. There's also their newest music, three excellent pairs of standalone tracks that began dropping in late 2017. Long before the horn-drenched glory of last month’s
will always stan THS
Drew Magary on the senator's legacy and what he meant to American politics.
Okay, let’s get this settled once and for all. TOP RACK: Glass drinking glasses Plastic drinking glasses Plastic bowls Keys Coffee mugs (from least...
this is the content I need
Consuming media when you're depressed is a delicate business. Too much emotion, too much novelty, too much engagement can be overw
this hit harder than I thought it would. I think mine are 90s slacker pop rock (Chili Peppers, Sugar Ray) and rewatching 30 Rock