Blippity Bloppity Bloop. Sometimes there’s not much else to say. You know, you wrack your brain day after day, week after week, month after month, year after year until you’re just tired of wracking anything because even when you do it seems pretty dry.
Well, take what you can get and don’t whine about it. No one likes a whiner. It just makes you seem selfish and immature.
Visit our family blog: “The Thomas Ten.”
Browse Large Hearted Boy‘s list of “100 Online Sources for Free and Legal Music Downloads.”
Listen to a mix of some of my favorite songs released in 2015.
Browse my 42 favorite albums of 2015.
Download a three-volume mix of Jesusy songs I collected.
R.I.P. Senior U.S. Supreme Court Associate Justice Antonin Scalia.
R.I.P. Don McClanen, Founder of Fellowship of Christian Athletes.
R.I.P. subscription streaming service Drip.
Read a report claiming that “People Who Wear Crazy Socks Are Smart, Successful, And Revolutionary”.
Read as “Relevant” reports: “New Study Shows Church-Going Couples Are Happier”.
- Read about the time David Byrne turned his personal library into a lending library.
Read Consequence of Sound‘s report: “Martin Shkreli offers to buy Kanye West’s new album for $10 million”.
Read about the Oregon Metalhead whose vest was stolen only to inexplicably appear three years later in a Macy’s display case on the other side of the country.
Read Techly‘s piece about what it’s really like to have a near-death experience.
Read as NPR considers “What Kids Need From Grown-Ups (But Aren’t Getting)”.
Read The Week‘s report: “Samsung warns customers not to discuss personal information in front of smart TVs”.
In honor of Valentine’s Day, browse various definitions of love.
Read Pitchfork‘s report: “Morrissey Appears in Supreme Ads, Swiftly Distances Himself From the Company”, stating: “This was before I learned that Supreme were sponsored in part by the beef sandwich pharaoh known as White Castle.”
Read as Fact Magazine considers “Five reasons why SoundCloud might be doomed”.
Browse Christianity Today’s picks for “The Best Books to Read for Lent (That You Won’t Find in a Christian Bookstore)”.
Read Paste‘s report: “$160,000 Worth of Stolen Wisconsin Cheese Has Been Recovered”.
- Read “Relevant”‘s report: “Kanye West Is Making a Video Game About Heaven”.
- Read as Motherboard argues that Kanye West‘s new album The Life of Pablo is “the Death of Streaming Music as We Know it”.
Browse Motto‘s list of “35 Books Everyone Should Read in Their Lifetime”. What do you think of their picks?
Read as Christianity Today considers “Why Pope Francis and Patriarch Kirill Made Christian History in Cuba”.
Read as “Relevant” considers “Why All Christians Should Observe Lent”.
Learn why Alexander the Great told his men to shave their beards.
Read as Washington Post considers “What happens when a Supreme Court justice dies in an election year?”
Browse NME‘s list of “28 Boring Day Jobs Musicians Did Before They Were Famous”.
Read as The Washington Post‘s report about the man who “didn’t report to work for six years, and no one noticed until he won an award”.
See the Romanian town drowning in toxic waste.
Browse Thought Catalog‘s list of “40 Words For Emotions You’ve Felt, But Couldn’t Explain”.
Browse amazing portraits of homeless people.
Read about the recent study finding: “Science says lasting relationships come down to—you guessed it—kindness and generosity.”
Read The Washington Post‘s piece: “The Friends’ reboot is never going to happen: That show is about a time in your life when your friends are your family. Once you start having a family, that time of your life is over.”
Read Vinyl Factory‘s report: “New Vinyl Jukebox Created For The First Time In Nearly Two Decades”.
Read “Relevant’s report that Whole Foods will begin offering vinyl and tattoos.
Read as The Atlantic considers “How Writers Can Grow by Pretending to Be Other People”.
See “What different novels look like with everything removed but punctuation”.
Read about “The shocking science of sword swallowing”.
Browse Fact Magazine‘s picks for “The 50 best trip-hop albums of all time”.
Read The Washington Post‘s piece: “There’s no real link between immigration and terrorism, study finds”.
Read about the husband who planted “thousands of flowers for two years to make his blind wife smile again.”
Read Boing Boing‘s piece: “American Airlines is suing Gogo over its crappy Wi-Fi”.
Read Tiny Mix Tapes‘ report: “YouTube purchases BandPage for artists to sell merchandise”.
How do you pick between Russian River, Allagasah or Dogfish Head breweries? The fine folks over the James Beard awards will have to do just that for this year’s “Outstanding Wine, Spirits, or Beer Professional” category.
Browse Time‘s list of “23 Books Everyone Should Read, According to Mark Zuckerberg”.