Introducing possibly the greatest Christmas sweater ever:
And, of course, what holiday season is truly complete without a list, by orifice, of things people have had to have removed from them this year. Enjoy!
As journalists and colleagues defend, excuse and congratulate 'Tyler, the Creator,' I find it impossible not to comment. In any other industry would I be expected to tolerate, overlook, and find deeper meaning in this kid's sickening rhetoric? Why should I care about this music or its 'brilliance' when the message is so repulsive and irresponsible?... The more I think about it, the more I think people don't actually want to go up against this particular bully because he's popular. Who sticks up for women and gay people now? It seems entirely uncool to do so in the indie rock world, and I'll argue that point with ANYONE.It's a somewhat tired point, but still relevant. Even more telling about the state of gender relations in our time, though, is probably Tyler's response:
"If Tegan And Sara Need Some Hard Dick, Hit Me Up!"For a guy who's supposed to be a lyrical genius, you'd think he might be able to come up with a bit more intelligent come back...
|The Fresh Prince only missed one shot, and it was half court|
|Seriously, fuck this guy|