5 Theories On Why 27 Is A Treacherous Age For Musicians

Why Amy's Death Hurts
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As has been noted countless time in the past 48 hours, Amy Winehouse is not the first talented musician to die tragically at the age of 27. There’s even a name for this subset—The 27 Club or Forever 27—and some of its members include Jimi Hendrix, Janis Joplin, Jim Morrison, Kurt Cobain, and Brian Jones. So, are all the deaths just a coincidence or is there some explanation for this eerie phenomenon? After the jump, five theories about the 27 Club. Keep reading »

Getting Laid Makes Monday Better

Happy Monday, people! Are you gripping your coffee mug and wishing it was Sunday all over again? According to a new study, you probably are. Researchers found that most of us working stiffs rebel against Mondays by being late for work, not cracking a smile until 11:16 a.m., only banging out about three and a half hours of work, and moaning and groaning for an average of 12 minutes. The good news is we can combat our Monday blues by getting laid! Oh sure, let me make that happens here at my cubicle. Oh wait, I would get fired if I did that. If (like me) you don’t work in that kind of office (I want to know who does), you can alternatively soothe your case of the Mondays by watching TV (which also might prove difficult), shopping online, eating chocolate, or planning a vacation. OK, my new plan of attack is to binge on chocolate until it’s Tuesday. [Telegraph] Keep reading »

Bill O’Reilly: “Many Women Who Get Pregnant Are Blasted Out Of Their Minds When They Have Sex”

Birth control should not be covered without co-pays as part of preventative health care, Bill O’Reilly says, because “many women who get pregnant are blasted out of their minds when they have sex, [so] they’re not going to use birth control anyway.” He introduces this Fox News segment while talking about pot and booze and says covering the Pill would cost four billion dollars a year (um, can I get a source on that?) and suggests improving access to birth control will “maybe” cut back on the number of abortions, foster care, and people on welfare.

First of all, WHAT? Second of all, WHAT WHAT WHAT? Keep reading »

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Culturista: Your Guide To The Week, From “The Smurfs” To “Project Runway”

Let’s face it: keeping up with pop culture is difficult. With more than 1000 channels worth of TV shows, not to mention a new flood of movies and music every week, it’s practically a full-time job to keep up with everything. Luckily, it is my full-time job. So after the jump, your cheat sheet of the TV shows you need to watch, the albums you need to hear, the movies you need to see, and much, much more this week. Keep reading »

M.I.A Releases A Musical Tribute To Amy Winehouse

M.I.A. is one of the many famous friends of Amy Winehouse‘s who is simultaneously devastated about the loss of their friend but seemed to have some instinct that tragedy was on the way for her. Over the weekend, M.IA. posted a song demo on Soundcloud in tribute to Amy and “all my friends who died at 27.”

Give it a listen after the jump. Keep reading »

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