Paul Nuttall is the deputy leader of the UKIPs and he’s from Liverpool, and he’s very worried about all these Bulgarians coming over, and in July he said: “Bulgarians need to ensure that their brightest and best people stay in Bulgaria and make it economically prosperous, instead of coming to the UK to serve tea and coffee.” Now, that’s all very well for Paul Nuttalls of the UKIPs because he lives in Liverpool, but I live in London. And what I want to know, is how am I supposed to get cheap tea and coffee, unless there’s a massively overqualified East-European philosophy professor prepared to make it for me, for significantly less than the living wage? Selfish, selfish Paul Nuttals of the UKIPs. He is genuinely concerned for the economic prosperity in Bulgaria, I don’t doubt that for a minute, but that is threatening my access to cheap, hot beverages in the central London area. What I say to Paul Nuttals is this: Paul Nuttals, of the UKIPs, from Liverpool, abandon all your parliamentary hopes and dreams of London, and stay in Liverpool, where /you/ belong. Because you are clearly the best and brightest that Liverpool has to offer.
By Stewart Lee (Stewart Lee’s Comedy Vehicle 3.2)
2. I will pick two random reblogs on Sunday, March 2nd.
3. Both winners will get their preorder at SEIBEI doubled in value - if you currently have a SEIBEI preorder when the winner is announced, I will send you a gift certificate for that dollar amount. If you ordered two tees, you’ll get credit for two free ones, etc. If you don’t have a preorder, I’ll just send you each a free tee of your choice.
from ART OF THE TITLE, an interview on the making of the title sequence for TRUE DETECTIVE :
"It made sense for the titles to feature portraits of the lead characters built out the place they lived. This became a graphic way of doing what the show does in the drama: reveal character through location."
The word “vinyls” has been said one too many times.. It is time we take a stand against this atrocity. With the help of our good friend Rob Gordon we hope to spread the good word.. The plural of vinyl is vinyl.