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Fiona Apple Tells V That She Reached A Point Where She ‘Could Let Myself Die, That Slow Suicide’ via MTV Newsroom (06/26/12)
I think I did a really smart thing a few months ago. I’m one of those people, one of the many, that has a drink before every show. I just don’t know any different. And I really needed to learn how to not do that. … I thought that having a drink was what took the edge off or made me feel more confident, less self-conscious or whatever. But it turns out to be the other way around. And now I don’t immediately react to myself or judge things that are going on. It doesn’t even occur to me anymore. I think I’ve grown up in that way. I became less inhibited. I don’t care as much about being judged.

About her label Epic hounding her for new material over the last 7 years:

No, they don’t care, because they don’t look at me as someone who’s gonna make a lot of money. So they just forget about me.

Fiona Apple: The Billboard Cover Story (June 18, 2012)-
“Apple rarely leaves her house. The 34-year-old singer/songwriter has turned into a serious homebody since moving to Los Angeles in 2001-housework, as we’ll discuss, is one reason she hasn’t made a record in seven years-and her stay-at-home tendencies have only intensified in recent years.”

“Apple wants to “wait until she’s in the other world to move.” She worries about isolating herself too much, but she also knows that it works for her.”

“It’s the same when I’m on tour, actually,” Apple says. “During the day, I never go out and do anything fun. I stay in the hotel room and I just stay really quiet so then I’m in the mood for being in front of a lot of people a little bit more.”

“Fortunately, though, I also tend to go away during the songs.”

“Seven years wasn’t intentional. It’s just because I’ll finish something and then two years will go by where I don’t touch the piano. I might think of a song and then be like, “I don’t care if I forget it. I don’t want to do that shit. I’m not writing a song.”

“There are many different things I get obsessed with and go around and take pictures of. I’m pretty good, I think, and I enjoy it. And while I’m doing that I’ll also be studying and reading about whatever I’m taking pictures of. I make up courses for myself to take.”

“I like writing words, but music is annoying as hell because there’s always a point in time when I want to kill a song. I know that it’s a good song and stick with it, because if I’ve made any effort on something, then it’s worth it. I don’t have a bunch of songs lying around that I don’t use.”

A New Album And Life For Fiona Apple from Elle (June 7, 2012)-
Apple, who lives in California, has been holed up in her­ ­hotel room for a week with the flu. She came down with it at the end of a seven-stop mini tour of ­intimate ­venues that met with rave reviews and lit up the Internet. She says her New York City support ­system has taken good care of her, especially her ex-boyfriend, the magician David Blaine, who plied her with lots of healthy soups and ­juices.

“I’m getting calls from people who I called when I had a fever and was talking in accents,” she says, rolling her eyes at herself. “I’m not the type of person who drunk-dials. I must’ve been crazy.”

The new album marks a striking depar­ture from the large-ensemble, often orches­tral arrangements that domi­nated Apple’s previous albums. She and Drayton agreed to stay unplugged for as long as they could in the recording process. The resulting stark piano ballads with intricate melodies, changing time signatures, and a bluesy or jazzy, even Tom Waits–like feel make an elegant backdrop for Apple’s passionate and committed vocals, which range from cabaret-style formality to what almost sounds like the artist talking to herself. Dodging artfully around each tune are Drayton’s fluttery drumming, nimble-fingered ­percussion work, and plenty of found sounds of ­mostly indeterminate origin (one rhythm track is a recording of the two dancing on a truck).

“Fiona’s growing and taking bigger chances, an experience she needed to go through,” says Drayton. “I believe she’s not really aware of the size of her musical gift, which often makes me wonder where she finds her ­inspiration. Amongst all there is out there these days, we’re not challenged all that much. Fiona does not compromise how she feels, and why should she?”

There are far fewer portions of ­Angry Young Woman and finger-pointing at ­Apple’s past lovers…on this album than in her earlier work; more songs are about her looking inward and figuring out what makes her tick. “It used to be that everyone else was wrong and I was right,” she says. “Maybe that’s growing up or something, because I absolutely don’t think everyone was so bad to me as I used to think.”

In the loping piano ballad “Left Alone,” she insistently interrogates herself, “How can I ask anyone to love me when all I do is beg to be left alone?”

But it seems that she has learned to appreciate her idiosyncrasies, though she says she’s still on medication to make her day-to-day life run more smoothly.

“I had really bad obsessive-compulsive disorder,” Apple recalls. “At its worst, I was compelled to leave my house at three o’clock in the morning and go out in the alley because I just knew that the ­paper-towel roll I threw in the recycling bin was uncomfortable, like it was lying the wrong way, and I would be down in the garbage.” She grew increasingly frustrated at wasting valuable time when she could be writing songs, and after the last time she rifled through the trash she wrote a reminder to herself on her vintage 1930s chalkboard: “Don’t waste your crazy!”

Lately, Apple prefers to spend her days alone at home in Venice Beach, mainly staying indoors, opting to walk her dog, Janet, either before sunrise or after sunset. “I have no social life or anything like that,” she says. “I used to be ­really ashamed of it, but now I can just freely say that I don’t ever go anywhere or have people over.”

The one exception is Apple’s visits to ­Largo, the L.A. nightclub where she spends time with musicians she’s known for years, though even those excur­sions can bring on social anxiety. “I still get psychosomatically ill going to Largo, to see my friends, getting in the car,” she says, “and my brother will take so fucking long—because my brother has to drive me everywhere—and I’ll start freaking out, and it won’t stop until I’m ­actually there.”

Apple, who’s thinking about moving back to New York City, says she’s newly single and content with it; she doesn’t see herself ever marrying or ­having children.

Fiona Apple’s Return: Idle No More from Spin (May 31 2012)-

She’s told me she lives in Los Angeles, but she doesn’t leave the house. Apple is 34 years old and doesn’t have a driver’s license. “I’m noticing now that I’m not feeling shame saying this,” she says. “Whereas before I probably would’ve, like, lied a little bit about it and been like, ‘Yeah, you know, I see friends sometimes.’ But I really don’t.”

(She does, however, seem comfortable enough around civilians, judging from a scene I witness right before the two of us sit down: Apple rushing up to a deeply perplexed man in a suit and enthusiastically introducing herself, mistaking him for me.)

And now she’s telling me about her first psychiatrist, back when she was a kid…And Apple was furious, even then, about the things other people would write about her, because it was as if the doctors “didn’t even see me — like, they got my hair color wrong even.”

…it’s 2012, and Fiona Apple now has been doing this, trying to explain herself to strangers, for nearly 17 years. She’s been a public figure for half her natural life. And she is still impossibly bad at it.

We talk for a little while about this, the idea that a person in her position might choose to hold back as many details of her personal life as she could. That she spent the first five years of her career speaking her mind in public and being criticized for it. That many people who have sold far fewer records than she has might have figured out ways to be savvy and self-protecting around people who don’t necessarily have their best interests at heart.

“How would I be more savvy right now?” she asks. She’s genuinely perplexed.

…What do you do, except answer the questions honestly? What’s the point if you’re not going to? What’s the point of any of this?”

All the things that would be embarrassing or something, I’m fine with it. I have no shame about any of that stuff. And it delights me to look at that, to be like, ‘Look, you thought that was the end of the world.” And it’s not, it wasn’t, it really wasn’t, so much so that I have not a bit of cringe in me about these things.”

“I sometimes think that I must time-travel and I don’t remember it,” …I can’t remember writing any of the songs that I’ve written. I don’t know what the hell I do with myself…I can’t tell you what I did today. I can’t tell you what I did for seven years. I can’t tell you. It happens so seamlessly — I’m just floating along and seven years go by.”

According to Apple, the concept behind the title The Idler Wheel is wiser than the Driver of the Screw and Whipping Cords will serve you more than Ropes will ever do is hard to explain but has to do with the idea of “being still in the middle of everything else but being able to feel everything.” The idler wheel is the gear that does no work, drives no shafts. “It doesn’t look like it’s doing anything, but I feel like it’s connected to everything,” she says. It’s about how she feels inside the machine of her own life and career. It’s about how she marks time.

She read about whipping cords, which are used to bind and repair frayed ropes, in “this book about boating that was at my last boyfriend’s house.” The idea is less about avoiding mistakes than learning how to cope with them. “You’re gonna get punched and blown around,” she says. She looks over my shoulder into the empty restaurant, tries to figure out how to express what she wants to express. “What’s valuable is to know how to make something out of that.”

She says she hated working on Tidal. She spent those sessions doing crosswords under the piano in the Sony building in Manhattan. “I felt ridiculous being in a studio with real musicians, and I felt like everybody hated me. Everybody did hate me.”

The ‘Extraordinary’ Truth from Entertainment Weekly (09/30/05)-
“She took walks, she read plays, and she watched movies. But mostly Apple just sat in silence out on her lawn. ”You can call it a very long-drawn-out day-to-day meditation,” she says. ”I went through a period where I had a razor blade and was carving things out of wood. I would just do that all day, sitting there and thinking.”

Girl Trouble from Spin (November 1997)- (I transcribed it, it’s a photocopy)
Suddenly she walks up and says “Are people ever mean to you?”

She later tells me that she likes to act all freaky and possessed around reporters so they won’t ask the same dumb questions, like “How does such a big voice come out of such a tiny girl?” and “I heard you were raped, what was that like?”

Fiona Apple is a rock star, and before she has fully become a person, she has become a persona. It’s taking her time to decide which part of her is the image, and which is real.

…Apple started psychotherapy when she was 12…

…she wrote the lyrics for Never Is a Promise when she was 15…

(on Criminal) “I decided if I was going to be exploited, then I would do the exploiting myself.”

(was dating magician David Blaine)-“David and I are both completely fucked-up”…”We’re the most fucked-up people I know.”

“…it’s not about a ‘a place you go.” Making music, I mean. It’s about a place you get out of. I’m underwater most of the time, and music is like a tube to the surface that I can breathe through. It’s my air hole up to the world. If I didn’t have the music I’d be under water, dead.”

Fiona Apple was raised Fiona Maggart-Apple is from her grandmother, her dad’s mom.

When she was a little girl at St. Hilda’s School, she went through a phase where her sister Amber was teh Queen and she was the Dog, and lots of her classmates were mean to her. She calls this period Dog Time.

Once, at Amanda Wheaton’s tenth birthday party, some guys made ten-dollar bets with one another to ask her to dance, so they could reject her when she said yes…She got mad and poured a bucket of cold water on them.

(her mother)-“There’s Fiona, my candle-burning vampire child, who stays up all night long and gets phone message from Marilyn Manson, every mother’s dream”

Then suddenly she’s talking about when she was raped… (the day before Thanksgiving, 1989, 12 years old)
…I started kind of hallucinating…
Afterwards…(she) “took this self-defense course, 25 hours of it, five hours a day for five days”

“I know I’m going to die young…I’m going to cut another album and I’m going to do good things, help people, and then I’m going to die.”

I remember her saying that the guy who raped her was much weaker than she was. “How much strength does it take to hurt a little girl?” she asked. “How much strength does it take for the girl to get over it? Which one of them do you think is stronger?” She is strong enough to admit she’s a mess…”It’s impossible for me to be happy; psychologically and chemically impossible, so I’m going to help some little girl out there. I’m going to let her know that I have stretch marks on my ass, and bunions, that I don’t have my shit together. I want to give that girl some hope. I want her to know that she doesn’t have to have her shit together. She doesn’t. It’s okay if she doesn’t. I’m going to prove that, and then I’m going to die.”

You may also enjoy: (on missemmamm.com)
Fiona Apple Discography Playlist-which includes 15 of my favorite Apple tracks. Hot Knife and Periphery from her new album are included as I particularly dig them.

(elsewhere)
Official Fiona Apple Site
Official Fiona Apple Facebook
Fiona Apple on Soundcloud
Fiona Apple on Ticketmaster-yes, she’s touring!
a ton of photos of Fiona Apple on Brooklyn Vegan
Fiona Apple tags on my tumblr

NOTE: Normally for a Super Links post I would include much shorter parts of the interviews. I find this impossible to do with Fiona Apple. Her music has deeply touched my life for the past 7 years and I feel a real kinship with her. Though I’ve never been raped, I have serious issues with people like she does. So I just couldn’t go bare bones with this.

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I scanned some recent magazines (Newsweek 60s take & TV Guide Pop Art take). Feel free to click through the gallery.

Videos


I recall him bitching about porn when I read the actual physical issue of the Details article below but it’s not online.

(some aren’t embeddable, bummer, you have to click through)
Pete Campbell doing the Charleston dance
Don getting slapped in bed

60s Style Photos from my Mad Men House Party
Mad Men on Vulture

Games
Mad Men Sterling Cooper Draper Pryce Job Interview Game-I got offered Account Manager
Mad Men Yourself-this is fun to make cute avatars of yourself to use online, I’ve done it twice in the past.

Fashion
awesome Mad Men created dressed by a talented seamstress
Tom & Lorenzo
Fashion File-Mad Men on AMC

Lovely Joan

Lovely Joan by missemmamm featuring a zip front dress

Interviews
Jon Hamm (Don Draper)
What do you think of the show’s underlying message about right and wrong?
Listen: There ain’t none of us on the planet that are perfect. And I think that people recognize human frailties and foibles and f***-ups and identify with it, honestly. Superman is a cartoon character. He’s not a real person. And no one is without sin, without mistakes.

Elisabeth Moss (Peggy Olson)
Any interest in directing an episode yourself?
I’d have to cross that bridge if I ever come to it… It’s a lot of pressure and we’ve been really lucky that the two actors we’ve had direct have done an incredible job. So it’s a lot to live up to.

And now there’s this changing of the guard where Peggy is sort of a young Don Draper…
Yeah, remember that wonderful flashback sequence where Don is going after the job with Roger and he’s so young and eager and ballsy? He’s Peggy!

Vincent Kartheiser (Pete Campbell)
Do the suits help you get into character?
It helps a lot, and it’s definitely a reminder of what you’ve done in the past and what you’ve been creating for seasons. But the women have much better wardrobes — even though we have amazing wardrobes. They get tied into corsets and wear pointy bras and all that stuff.

Are there other characters whose lines or scenes you’ve ever wished you could do?
Every character! They are all such ripe and juicy characters. I think Roger Sterling has some of the greatest one-liners ever written.

Kiernan Shipka (Sally Draper)
In the earlier seasons, your parents wouldn’t let you watch the show. What about now?
I definitely wasn’t allowed to watch when I was 6, 7, 8, or 9 even. But now I go to the table reads and I’m not in the dark about the show… Now I’m planning, when all the seasons are over, to have a Mad Men viewing marathon.

Do you think kids are growing up faster today?
Well it’s different today just because of electronics and Skyping and texting. I think that’s put a big influence on everything. It’s definitely changed.

Jon Hamm: The Last Alpha Male-from Details (from 2010)
Hamm recently became the voice of Mercedes, lending his sonorous, all-comforting, all-promising pitchman’s authority to its TV spots.
“It’s funny, right? Kind of this weird synergy,” Hamm says, alluding to the fact that the role he’s most identified with—Don Draper, the powerful and powerfully conflicted master of advertising on AMC’s Mad Men—has now led to an actual gig selling cars.
“It’s strange, but it’s good for me. I vote yes.”

“If this show had been on any of the major networks,” Hamm says, “I never would have been cast, ever, period, done, never, no way. They would want someone like Rob Lowe who’s got a proven track record. I would’ve gotten all the way to the end . . . and then I wouldn’t get cast.”

Shop
Mad Men Makeup from Estee Lauder

Music

The Music of Mad Men from Emma_moon on 8tracks.

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Top Christmas TV Shows On Netflix Streaming-includes Mad Men
Top Thanksgiving Shows On Netflix Streaming-includes Mad Men

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Milla Jovovich looked lovely when she hosted the Academy of Motion Picture Arts and Sciences’ Scientific and Technical Awards on February 11th. (via Facebook)

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The Amazing Underwater Dog Photography of Seth Casteel-these are pretty awesomely insane.

I adore him.


“I look like the devil’s pimp”

http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=hKZfAQ7L_WM
This has been out for a while but I haven’t shared it on here so I had to include it. It’s a great short utilizing movie plot devices.


Hayride Theatrical Trailer1 from Hayride the Movie on Vimeo.
a new independent horror film that I contributed to on Kickstarter

-Harto of My Drunk Kitchen has put out a love song to the internet.


Studio 360 interviews one of my favorite writers, Elizabeth Wurtzel, about going to law school. (from summer 2011)

The 6 Most Terrifying Theme Park Rides Ever Built-disturbing

25 Things Writers Should Stop Doing (Right Fucking Now)-for my fellow writers

1960s Fashion: The Women of Mad Men (from 2009)-I luv, luv, luv the styles worn on Mad Men.

On Location: Oscar contender ‘The Artist’ gives shout-out to L.A.-Though The Artist was helmed by a Frenchman it’s very much a love letter to old Hollywood (and was totally shot there).

Interview: Charlize Theron on “Young Adult” and “Snow White”-great interview

The Complete Oral History of Party Down-I’m soooo glad they’re making a movie.

Three Olives Pink Chocolate Martini Recipe-I need to try this.

Grilled Fish Tacos with Avocado Pico de Gallo-sounds very good

The Best of Spring 2012 Trends-basically every single trend from the 90s is back, awesome

Meet the two brave souls who watched 86 hours and 37 minutes of ‘The Simpsons’ in a row-2 guys watched over 86 hours of The Simpsons and won $10,500!

Karl Lagerfeld’s Hate List-Guest of a Guest makes light of Lagerfeld’s bad attitude

12 Times You’ve Seen Ron Swanson But Had No Idea It was Ron Swanson-about Nick Offerman’s roles prior to Parks and Recreation

In the Dressing Room with Jason Wu for Target-Marie of Agent Lover tries on some of the pretty designs from Wu’s quickly snapped up line.

Alison Krauss & Union Station commemorate The Simpsons 500th Episode with a song-the special take on The Simpsons theme song that will be used this Sunday

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Jennifer Love Hewitt recently posted these beautiful photos on her twitter feed. I don’t know what they are for. She’s shooting a television series reimagining of the TV movie The Client List The (trailer is below, premieres in March) so they could have something to do with that. They kind of look like shots you’d seen in a perfume campaign. Ooh, I bet she has great taste in scents. Umm, fingers crossed.


really digging these photos of Amanda Seyfried from Glamour’s March 2012 issue


Woot, the trailer for the musical How Do You Write a Joe Schermann Song is out.


The awesomely uninhibited blog The Girl’s Guide to Depravity is now a show on Cinemax. (premieres February 24th)


Elizabeth Banks’ directed and stars in this short film that aims to make women aware of their risk of a heart attack and what it feels like.


Yes, while promoting Ghost Rider 2 Nic Cage read the lyrics to LMFAO’s Sexy and I Know It. Super duper!

http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=7c1NjWjf8sg


“It’s not actually a cheesecake, it’s all just a big lie”

http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=BnqfyCKXZPs
I assume this is supposed to be funny but it’s just awful. So awful that I had to share it. And that’s actually coming from someone who is a fan of Kate Walsh and wants to try these perfumes.


a cute purple makeup tutorial from xsparkage

outtakes from the wonderful film The Artist

Dream Big by Nakia
One of my favorite singer’s from the first season of The Voice, Nakia, has released this catchy song, Dream Big, and it’s free!

Madrid museum finds copy of Mona Lisa by da Vinci pupil-wow

DIY Haus of Price Bedazzled Shoes!-These shoes are to die for. If you are crafty you should so make a pair.

Fashion Icons can get CARRIED away…-some of Carrie Bradshaw’s great fashion moments

Cupid’s Arrow Cupcakes-I’m so not a Valentine’s Day kinda gal but these look terribly yummy. She even includes a PDF file for the hearts that she designed.

Ring This… Drinking Games-This is great. It’s a listing of TV and movie drinking games that includes the links to where to stream the shows online (ex. Netflix, Amazon Instant Video).

Meet The Man Behind “Parks & Rec” Paintings, Forks In “Twilight”

The 5 Stupidest Habits You Develop Growing Up More-yum frozen chicken dinners

Kickstart my Heart: Fucking James Franco
“Fucking James Franco” Review
So there’s a book for sale called Fucking James Franco. It’s a satirical erotic anthology involving fantasies about James Franco. He’s not actually involved with this. I was surprised not just because of the title but because it seems like he’s always juggling like 50 different things.

Ask Courteney Cox: My Tips To Fight Sun Damage, Keep Your Lips Moisturized and Your Hair Conditioned-very cool

Fake Criterion Collection Covers-includes Dude, Where’s My Car? and Dark City-very neat indeed

Andy Warhol’s Unseen Polaroids-If you live in San Fransisco be sure to check out this exhibition, The Andy Warhol: Polaroids / MATRIX 240, at UC Berkeley Art Museum.

Want to eat a BIG bowl of cookie dough?
Cake Batter Ice Cream
I just discovered ChocolateCoveredKatie.com so I haven’t had time to try these recipes yet but they look so good. Plus they include healthy ingredients..

Fashion On Film: 9 Movies With Inspiring Style-This is great because it highlights some less famous films that you (and I, xd) may not have seen. Plus some of the films are currently available on Netflix Streaming, score!

keeg’s birthday KISS-someone posted photos from their Kiss themed birthday party on the Kiss Facebook page, check ’em out. Yes, I’m a big Kiss fan and have also donned Gene Simmons’ makeup before.

My Breakfast with RuPaul….and why grudges are like CHICKEN TACOS WITH HOT SAUCE.“What did you want to be when you were a kid?: FAMOUS.” “Who is your dream guest?: CHER, she is the ULTIMATE DRAG AUTHORITY.”-cool intervew

Keith Richards, cheating death, my fear of camera phones and Vanessa Paradis: A surreal evening with Johnny Depp“If someone is being bullied or feels like an outsider and they relate to something that I’ve done, even if it’s just igniting a spark, that’s great. I had that feeling as a kid. I was messed with no end. And then you fight back – and that’s the rage that’s just under the surface, and in the end it comes out.”-a good, long interview. Plus his grandfather bootlegged moonshine, so did mine!

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I’d never seen these Glamour photos of Blake Lively even though they are from last summer. The last is obviously overly photoshopped but they are still great.

If you like Lively check out, A lively little adventure-Blake Lively bakes cake pops with the author of the book Cake Pops. So fun.


Aside from the Marilyn hair (we get it, okay) I think this photo of Michelle Williams from GQ is great. Her heartfelt interview is here.

Side by Side Official Trailer (2012) from Company Films on Vimeo.

It’s about the movie industry moving away from film to digital. It’s quite timely since they are now doing away with film altogether. Pretty sad.

http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=8DdeLUA0Fms
Awesome, someone compiled many of the D’ohs! from The Simpsons.
If you enjoy The Simpsons check these out,
The Simpsons Games Archive-tells you about Simpsons games in every format, so neat.
1991 Simpsons Arcade Game Download-You can download and play the classic arcade game we grew up with for free.


So this is pretty creepy. I was in a Christian thrift store the other day and heard the Christian radio talking heads discussing this. It’s an app for Facebook to leave a last status update after you die.


I hadn’t heard this until I bought something on eBay last week and another seller mentioned it to me. Surprised I missed it when it was released.


The first My Drunk Kitchen in HD.


Ms. Marbles does a tribute to Harto’s My Drunk Kitchen. Cool.

http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=0UaEAsfA4OY
“…John Travolta, that white man sure can dance”.
Actress Tanedra Howard talks about her record collection and dances a bit.

http://youtu.be/vdlUn25hNFg
This Is What A Weight Watchers Ad Looks Like. In France.-super odd

Missed a Sundance film? Watch it online-This article points you in the right directions.

Reader Request: Dressing Up While Others Dress Down-about dressing for you, not others. The comments are also great.

superhero recipe: roasted green beans with shallots-sounds super yummy

Mike Judge Is My Xanax-Idiocracy and Office Space are definitely favorites of mine so I highly enjoyed this interview with Mike Judge.

The Peter Pan collar DIY + free pattern-for you crafty fashionistas

A Somewhat Obsessive Guide to All 36 Seasons of SNL Streaming on Netflix-I love SNL and Netflix and I couldn’t even attempt this. Wow, so many episodes. Great job.

Sex and The City Paris-a guide to Sex and the City locations in Paris, France. Wonderful.

Elvira’s Under The Black Cherry Moon Soda-Yes, Elvira sells a variety of soda…and wine.

A Tour of the Mad Men Offices-This was sent to you if you subscribe to the AMC Mad Men newsletter. I love the detail that they put into the set decoration.

24 Edible Fashion Stiletto Heels Christian Louboutin-yum!

25 Things to Know About RESIDENT EVIL: RETRIBUTION From Our Set Visit; Plus On Set Interviews with the Cast-Very cool and I love how Michelle Rodriguez keeps them guessing.

Stock Up on Proteins with Carrot Salad-I’m so making this. It sounds delicious.

A Northwest Vintage Wedding: Elizabeth + Dan-Elizabeth of Delightfully Tacky’s beautiful, vintage style wedding

Recipe: Oriental Coleslaw-an easy recipe to whip up if you have Ramen Noodles hanging around, and who doesn’t?

ANATOMY OF A SEX SYMBOL by Sheila O’Malley-Marilyn’s actual sex life wasn’t so sexy.

Beavis And Butthead In Real Life-These prosthetic Beavis and Butthead heads are super creepy.

Interview: Paige O’Hara talks Belle, ‘Beauty and the Beast 3D’-an interview with the voice of Belle, cool.

“What if…” Movies reimagined for another time & place…-Someone redesigned movie posters using actors from other eras. So creative. I would totally watch Bowie in The Big Lebowski.

Exotic Dancers, 1890s-They were definitely more subtle.

‘Reality Bites’ and the Perils of Being a Generation’s Touchstone-an interview with Ethan Hawke about Reality Bites.
How does Troy compare to other characters you’ve played in terms of people remembering him?
How do I put this> Well, I’ll just say it: That character got me more attention from girls than anything I’ve ever done in my life. If a woman I don’t know is coming up to me on the train, there’s a good chance she’s going to tell me that she had the poster of ‘Reality Bites’ in her dorm room.

You know he just wanted to say “I’m set in the poontang department for life”, haha, One of my favorite movies.

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