Catching up on tons of #CriminalMinds (which is starting to rival all the #LawAndOrder’s ‘round the clock availability via syndication; 2012 ep “Snake Eyes” has this ridiculously gratuitous (albeit useful for amplifying Garcia’s shock) shot of a not just glistening, but literally shiny @shemarmoore just out of the shower. What did he take a shower in- baby oil?
* For those who are unfortunately particularly randy and/or impatient, jump to 1:31 to get straight to the goods.
There are many episodes of “The Cosby Show” that I can recall in almost every detail, including this one with special guest star Stevie Wonder. This is the episode Questlove mentions in his Daily Show interview as a pivotal moment in hip hop because it was the first time aspiring musicians were able to see a sampler in action.
If you can’t see the video above, Sign in to Facebook first and try again to check out Residential Computing and computing at Stanford University, circa 1997… action!
Been so sick that I almost forgot to send a belated congratulations to the @Stanford Class of 2013— good luck & godspeed to wherever life takes you next.
Jump to 0:59 for New York Mayor @MikeBloomberg’s commencement speech.
17,95 € (~$23) too rich for my blood, but these Koziol Designs Luke the Contact Lens Holders just look so hot. Check them out at the Koziol Designs website (Made in Germany – website available in English) or from Speranza Design Gallery via @Amazon.
#POTUS @BarackObama #Easter address— possible to be religious while still tolerant of and seeing common compassion & humanity across all faiths.
(For those too impatient to watch the 2min video, the transcript is here: http://www.whitehouse.gov/the-press-office/2013/03/29/weekly-address-president-obama-offers-easter-and-passover-greetings.)
Couldn’t resist this piece of my childhood when I saw it at the Dollar Tree store. “Slap Wraps” was the original brand name under which inventor Wisconsin teacher Stuart Anders. They were released and peaked in popularity around 1990, explaining the short clip of Billy Idol’s “Cradle of Love” from his “Charmed Life” album (released in 1990). Read more in this 1990 NY Times article on the fad: http://www.nytimes.com/1990/10/27/business/turning-profits-hand-over-wrist.html
Catching up on @jimmyfallon’s #Timberweek last week— sometimes feel like I could listen to @jtimberlake’s voice all day long, even when singing “Sexy Back” barbershop quartet style; the humor only makes what sounds great even better.
Last nite’s @nbcsnl with @jtimberlake reminded me why I love that show, starting with the star-studded 5-timers club monologue/sketch: http://t.co/CXh6C1Ttwn
And wasn’t just the tons of best @nbcsnl characters from over the years, @jtimberrlaake held his own as host.