On last night’s episode of The Daily Show, Justin Bieber and Jon Stewart performed a skit in which they switched bodies a la Freaky Friday. Channeling a brilliant comedian, Bieber was well-spoken and quietly funny while Stewart behaved like a thugged-out 16-year old boy, which I guess must be how Justin Bieber really acts, or how Stewart perceives him to be.
Next is a message from white4latinoass that, admittedly, isn’t that creative a screen name and I’m not that into racial stereotyping so I’m already put off. Read his profile. Dude’s into crystal meth and that kind of freaks me out so I don’t say anything back. Bro gets exed out.
Yesterday MTV announced that this summer they will be bringing back Beavis And Butthead, the 1990s series that a lot of people’s parents wouldn’t let them watch. Justin Beiber, who I think was born after the series ended, tweeted “”Beavis and Butt-head are coming back!!!” Here’s an old episode to get reacquainted.
Take one look at the man depicted in Twist’s “Corporate Pigs” piece and you see not only the power of graffiti, but also the potential. The notion that a random message left by an anonymous source can inspire or anger a public audience. It’s what I saw as a teenager, the idea that you could be a fuck-up or an introvert or a total asshole and still say what’s on your mind.
So, within five minutes of being there, my drunk friends and I knew we were way too wound up to be sitting on pretty couches talking about art and other chic details. My drunk friends are smart though – they left. I on the other hand, decided to play emo DJ and roll around with the fluffy dog in the corner. Owner of the house didn’t find this funny.