Links we love today: McConaughey reprises D&C role, free Frostys, learning fromStarcraft and more
Assistant Editor Samantha Pitchel reads everything so you don’t have to.
Here are the links we loved today:
This new video from Butch Walker and the Black Widows has everything: vintage cars, cheerleaders, a tiny piano, Matthew McConaughey playing a trumpet while he reprises his role as David Wooderson from Dazed & Confused:
Makeup artist Kevin Kirkpatrick creates real-life Beavis and Butt-head, and it is terrifying.
Forget about Lana Del Rey with these 8 painful SNL performances; 6 ways to sit less every day (if those tips fail, maybe try a Fitdesk?)
Woman takes her ex to The People’s Court over alleged stolen jokes.
NPR excerpts Stewart O’Nan’s latest novel, The Odds.
Donate $1, get free Frostys for the rest of 2012; I don’t trust Taco Bell’s new “fresh” menu.
Andre 3000 shares his favorite kale recipes.
Can’t make it to Sundance? Stream nine festival shorts online.
New episode of Julie Klausner’s “How Was Your Week?” podcast with guests Chris Gethard and Katie Notopoulos.
Brian Gaar interviews Lashonda Lester (catch her show, “Thug heaven,” at Salvage Vanguard this Saturday); at Splitsider, Bradford Evans interviews Tom Scharpling; talking with La Blogotheque’s Derrick Belcham; the Times profiles SNL writer John Mulaney.
Meghan McCain is not as smart as she’d like you to think:
Meghan McCain seems like a fine person, a loving daughter, and probably a fun person to hang out with. But we need to stop lauding her transparent efforts to mislead people into thinking that today's Republican party is a sane place for young women. Her aim isn't to change the sad state of conservatives, it's to market a fantasy moderate GOP that no longer exists. And it's time we stopped congratulating her for having an opinion that isn't terrible and wake up and smell the bullshit.
Scientists observe Starcraft 2 players to learn more about multi-tasking; British geneticists develop test to tell whether you’ll reach 100.
Over on the Melville House blog, Ellie Robins talks about Gchats in literature.
David Cross hosts “Cat Soup”:
Sometimes, Christopher Walken reads things; here’s where the meme got its start, on a 1983 episode of Jonathan Ross’ “Saturday Zoo”:
Delocated’s new Season 3 intro is pretty badass: