Storm chaser prepping for the 2017 season shared this magnificent video of a 2016 tornado they spotted in Kansas.

Skip Beat Confession:

I do not understand why Sho x Kyouko is a thing. Sho exhibits abusive behaviors toward Kyouko throughout the course of the manga. These include but aren’t limited to: stalking, harassment, kidnapping and sexually assaulting Kyouko (forcefully kissing a person, not once - but twice). He’s the model of how NOT TO TREAT OTHERS. Plus if they got together it would basically undo all of Kyouko’s character development

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why is it that most times when Jinki’s at the airport he’s all sleepy and playful and silly but the second he shows up wearing sunglasses ? dead silence. not a smile from him. not a smile to him - everyone’s too scared; he’s that hot. he’s just dripping in handsomeness. oozing charm. he’s going through customs like it’s a bloody runway. all because of some sunglasses. insane.
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When Killer Mike took the stage last week at the Bonnaroo music festival, he spotted amid the crowd a white woman rapping along to his lyrics, shaking ...

I just found a video and then an article of her on Twitter, and HOLY FUCK SHE’S AMAZINGGG



Tag yourself! I am ”he obviously has no idea what the lyrics mean” and ”the dreadful accent hidden by his lamenting voice”


On this day in music history: April 30, 1983 - “Beat It” by Michael Jackson hits #1 on the Billboard Hot 100 for 3 weeks, also topping the R&B singles chart for 1 week on May 21, 1983. Written by Michael Jackson, it is the fifth pop and R&B chart topper for “The King Of Pop”. While working on the follow to the multi-platinum selling “Off The Wall”, producer Quincy Jones suggests that Michael write “a rock song” in the vein of The Knack’s “My Sharona” for the new album. Taking the suggestion to heart, Jackson goes away and comes back with “Beat It”. After the basic track has been cut, Quincy Jones invites guitarist Eddie Van Halen to contribute, playing the songs blistering solo. When Jones calls Van Halen to do the session, problems with the phone connection makes the guitarist believe he is receiving a crank call and hangs up. Eventually Jones gets through to the guitarist, and Van Halen offers to do the session without accepting payment for his work. While mixing the track at Westlake Audio, engineer Bruce Swedien plays it so loud through the studio monitors that they overload and literally burst into flames! Released as the third single from “Thriller”, it is issued on February 3, 1983, even before the previous single “Billie Jean” has hit number one on either the pop or R&B charts. The suggestion to release the record early comes from Frank DiLeo, Epic Records’ then VP of Promotion. CBS initially balks at DiLeo’s suggestion, feeling that it will kill the other records chart momentum. DiLeo reassures them that not only will both songs reach number one, but both will reside in the top ten at the same time. Both end up holding positions in the top ten and top five simultaneously for four consecutive weeks. “Beat It” nearly replaces “Billie Jean” at the top of the chart, missing that mark (“Come On Eileen” by Dexy’s Midnight Runners bumps “Billie Jean from the top on April 23, 1983) by only one week. The songs instantly iconic music video directed by Bob Giraldi, is instrumental in breaking MTV’s color barrier, becoming one of the most popular and heavily rotated clips in the channels history. "Beat It” wins Michael Jackson two Grammy Awards including Record Of The Year and Best Rock Vocal Performance, Male in 1984. Jackson becomes only the second African American artist (Donna Summer is the first in 1980) to win a Grammy in the rock category. “Beat It” is certified Platinum in the US by the RIAA.