reblog because wow what a great quality audio file this is
wow this file really is high quality
im kind of shocked
i thought the comments were being sarcastic im not sure if im disappointed or not
dude holy shit you’re right.
IT’S SO CRISP MY MOUTH DROPPED OPEN
I just really like this song
lol wut this mix is really bomb
ALWAYS WILL REBLOG.
holy shit this is awesome
THAT WAS UNEXPECTED
most unexpected thing ever, haha
Hands down the most badass video ever…
Cups (Radio Version)
Anna Kendrick | ‘Cups’ (New Radio Version)
With the success of the film ‘Pitch Perfect’ - rumor has it that Universal is releasing a new radio version of the fan favorite ‘Cups’ by Anna Kendrick to radio stations. This new edit has a sound very similar to Phillip Phillip’s ‘Home’ or some of The Lumineer’s music. It’s still catchy as ever and will probably find even more success now that it has a proper radio edit.
MICHAEL JORAN BUTCHERING GATORADE LINES
Michael Jordan is the Greatest Basketball Player Ever. He is not the Greatest at Reading Advertising Copy.
“Is it in YOU?”
“Is IT in you?”
“IS it in YOU?”
When he starts stammering, repeating the word “Gatorade,” I start giggling. He’s on tilt. Up is down. Left is right. He’s just trying to keep his head above water.
He’s just so good at one thing that it’s kinda fun to watch him be so not good at another.
Love ya, Mike
I only reblogged this for the bing dress
SOMEONE DO SOMETHING FOR NETSCAPE
Remember Dolly the Sheep? Having started her life in a test tube in 1996, she was the first animal cloned by scientists using a somatic cell (as distinct, say from a germline cell, or “gamete,” like sperm and eggs). Dolly was beautiful. She was Scottish. Her mere existence was profound.
It was also unusually short, at just six years. But scientists in Japan announced yesterday they have succeeded in cloning mice using the same technique that created Dolly with more or less perfect results: The mice are healthy, they live just as long as regular mice, and they’ve been flawlessly cloned and recloned from the same source to the 25th generation.
- by Austin Considine
These are some exciting times, ladies and gentlemen.
Jon Stewart’s brilliant takedown of Shelby County, Alabama’s challenge to the Voting Rights Act of 1965.