a hell of a lineup

they switched up the lineup for my werk the world date and one of the big changes was that bob was hosting instead of michelle. i was feeling GRATEFUL but i overheard others expressing that they were disappointed??? like uhhh wow, can’t relate??????? michelle’s fine and all but bob was the best possible option for a host and i’ve been to 3(!!!!!!) of these ru girl shows where michelle hosted and if i have to hear that “a is for ally” speech one more time……………

Bergamot Parfait IPA (Mad Chef)

Brewery : Mad Chef
Beer : Bergamot Parfait IPA
Style : IPA / India Pale Ale
Variance :  Brewed with Lactose and Vanilla

9 / 10

Holy shit Mad Chef, this beer is fucking amazing. If you don’t live in or around Lancaster County you are fucking up because this brewery is what’s up. I honestly felt like I was in some alternate version of the show Hell’s Kitchen without a British man screaming “This soup is as fucking cold as Tom Petty!” which was actually a good thing because it made it that much more enjoyable. Actually, the best way I can describe the place is that it probably belongs in NYC or Philly because it is that damn hip and I can’t wait to go back and actually try the food and the rest of their beer. Either way, this is one hell of a introduction into their lineup and even though this is basically just a milkshake IPA, I’m fine with referring to it as a parfait. Actually, isn’t parfait just a fancy word for ice cream and fruit? Maybe I’m wrong but either way it sounds like you should be required to drink this with a pinky up high in the sky. A super smooth hoppy vanilla flavor starts things off before a creamy oniony piney (that’s a lot of ys) hop punch socks you right in your fucking jaw in the middle with more vanilla goodness before ending with a silky hop zing with a citrus twang to close. I probably could have crushed about 4 more of these 32oz cans because it is that good and if you ever get a chance to snag some for yourself you better take it before I fill your face with some creamy goodness of my own. Jizz-um. I was talking about jizz-um. Please don’t make me do that and just listen to me when I say that regardless if your drinking level, you need this in your life as of yesterday. Cheers!

Written by: Steve B.

This is the Boomerang schedule for Monday 30 October to Sunday 5 November.

Yes, the lineup is fucking boring as hell. But I wanted to do this because there are Scooby-Doo! movies and some Halloween specials on October 31. And that seems to be the only thing different in the ENTIRE SCHEDULE.

Again, the only thing new here is Sonic Boom on Saturdays at 6:00p.

P.S. Each slot is 30 minutes long, and there’s an extra hour of Looney Tunes when Daylight Saving Time Ends.


If some of you ever wonder how bad my problem of forgetting and or abandoning projects is just look at these.

See that first one? That is 3 years old and I don’t even remember when I made a few of these.

Aside from the first one, rest of these are from my own personal RWBY AU that I haven’t worked on since I fell into a different kind of fandom hell.

I’ll probably pick these up once Volume 4 drags me back into RWBY hell but… We’ll see.

Tom Hiddleston is celebrating his Emmy nomination with a Thor fight scene

Tom Hiddleston, the Emmy-nominated star of The Night Manager, somehow still manages to be eloquent at 4 a.m. That’s how early it was in Australia, where he’s shooting Thor: Ragnarok, when he spoke to EW about the honor — one he shares with costars Hugh Laurie and Olivia Colman. Hiddleston shared some of his feelings about the announcement and teased a bit of what Marvel fans can expect when Loki returns to theaters next fall. 

Today’s got to be an exciting one for you.
It is a great day. It’s fantastic. It really is the best news. It’s very early in the morning on Friday for me in Australia. I’m in the Gold Coast in Queensland on Thor: Ragnarok, the third Thor film, and I wasn’t expecting it at all. I never like to have any expectations, but it feels like the most thrilling and heartwarming affirmation for the team, the whole of The Night Manager, for Susanne Bier, for Hugh Laurie, for Olivia Colman, and Simon and Stephen Cornwell and Stephen Garrett, all of our producers. It’s very heartwarming. It’s a great feeling that everyone’s up there.  

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neoz school d.o.b is so unfair. first band team was introduced MONTHS after dance team. now, if dance team wins, band team will debut in about a year which seems fair- but if band team wins, dance team will debut in a year but with a different lineup. what the hell is wrong with fnc?! these boys have worked too hard to grow in popularity and talents, why would you threaten them like that and risk fans’ emotions?? FNC is truly out of their minds with this. just debut both ot9 and ot4 normally!!


Sym-Bionic Titan is basically a giant robot scifi cartoon created in part by Genndy Tartakovsky (Samurai Jack, Dexter’s Lab).  The main characters are alien refugees hiding on earth - a really cool/smart/awesome princess (voiced by Tara Strong!), her supersoldier Heero Yuy body guard, and their awkward robot struggling with EMOTIONS 

They have their own personal armored mecha suits but together with the robot they form SYM-BIONIC TITAN to fight giant evil monsters! 

It’s actually a really neat show and there’s this whole big plot behind everything too, bad guys are really bad and RAD MONSTERS




Lotta action, fun plot, shit gets fucked up, GOOD WATCH


Keep Hustling: Yo Gotti on His New Album, Throwback Pics and How to DM

To see more from Yo Gotti, check out @yogottikom on Instagram. For more music stories, head to @music.

Somehow, Instagram @music has existed for almost a year without mentioning “Down in the DM,” a literal erhm … love letter to direct messaging with the actual lyric “I love the Gram, I love the Gram.” It’s time to fix that. The song is by Memphis rapper Yo Gotti (@yogottikom), it recently hit No. 1 on the Billboard Mainstream Hip-Hop/R&B chart, and it has thrown the veteran emcee’s DMs into overdrive. Good thing the man knows how to handle attention.

Gotti has been hustling ever since he was a red suspender-rocking, gold chain-wearing 8-year-old. (Yep, that’s him in the photo above; even as a kid his style game was on point). This year, he’s throwing all that swagger into the title of his new album, The Art of Hustle, and its cover image. “I have been looking at those pictures all my life,” says Gotti. “We had houses in Vegas. My mom and auntie, any [boxing] fight that was poppin’, they would show up with the mink coats on and get front row seats. And for some reason I was just into that lifestyle, so I always asked to tag along with them. And they let me go.”

Gotti is already calling The Art of Hustle (out on February 19) “his best work yet” — a serious boast for someone who’s dropped almost two dozen mixtapes and eight studio records over the last 20 years. It’s got a hell of a lineup: The inclusion of “DM” along with features from Future, Pusha T and Lil Wayne, plus production from producers Drumma Boy and Timbaland. “I think it’s a classic album,” says Gotti. “It’s got a lot of different components on it, speaking about my past and upbringing, being raised by a family full of hustlers who taught me the game and the rules and the principles of the streets.”

Those rules are what have kept Gotti going for the past two decades. (And he has them for everything, including DMing: “No screenshots,” he says. “It’s kinda like the Stop Snitching campaign. If you screenshotting and want people to DM you messages then you violating the game and the purpose of it.”) In an industry where artists come and go and what’s hot today is trash tomorrow, he is holding strong.

“Man it’s just consistency and always being able to adapt to changes,” Gotti says. “When the industry turns you gotta turn with it. I pay attention, I study. It’s always about keeping up with your hustle.”

––Instagram @music

  • me: hell yeah new anime lineup, gonna watch like 10 new anime this season hell yeah
  • me: *watches them all*
  • me a week later: wtf am i watching again and what episode are we on