"can't soundclash" according to a VERY HARD MAN
Louise Watkins 'couldn't believe' the incident at the Principality Stadium's Tom Jones and Stereophonics concert
"Those are the headlines.... by God, I wish they weren't."
Seth Daniel's Death Spaniels. I like it.
People like to talk about the “epistemological crisis” brought about by the Internet, but sometimes it feels more like an ontological crisis, a rend in the very fabric of being itself, as if we are on the verge of entering a Who Framed Roger Rabbit-world where cartoons will walk among us. A game-show host billionaire president beloved by Nazis living in a dark tower with his name stamped on it in Midtown? A Black rapper turned Hitler-lover? An army of electronic trolls” that use frogs and toads as their ensign? It’s all getting so stylized as to approach caricature.
People register this sense of reality-breakdown all the time in different ways: following the news, it’s become cliché to speak of an invisible writers’ room composing a kind of show.
The man behind the Cookie Monster mask has reportedly been named as Adam Sandler - but he's no relation to the Hollywood actor.
Mr Sandler, 59, has a history of causing trouble in costumes, according to police.
In the mid-2010s Mr Sandler would dress up as Elmo in San Francisco and shout at tourists who wouldn't give him a tip when they took a photo with him, earning the nickname "Evil Elmo".