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Tim Armstrong and Jesse Michaels Collaborate On A New Song for the First Time in Over 20 Years



When Operation Ivy disbanded in 1989, Tim Armstrong went on to play in Rancid and Bad Rancid (a.k.a the Transplants). And Jesse Michaels went on to do…whatever the hell it is he’s been doing for the last 25 years. The two have just collaborated on a new song for the first time since then which you can listen to below. From what we hear, the song is to promote Tim’s new weekly show on SiriusXM radio called ‘Tim Timebomb and Friends.’ Actually, not sure if we were allowed to spill the beans on that one but well, there it is. And the song is actually not bad! 

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Holy crap this song is freaking awesome


Cultural Appropriation in the Media #4 - How do we normalize appropriation in our everyday lives?

In the widely popular HBO show, Game of Thrones, the character Sansa comes from the northern part of Westeros called Winterfell. As with all the cultures in Game of Thrones, each has heir own dress, food, typical clothing, and even hairstyles.

But when Sansa begins to live in the southern King’s Landing, she changes her hair to how one typically of the south.

Except Sansa is not of the South. She has no ties to the south, and is little more than a long-staying guest there. Therefore, she has no right to wear the styles of actual southern women.

This is how in many little ways, cultural appropriation has been normalized in our every day lives.

Looks like I found a winner for Dumbest Thing I Have Seen Today


Ghost Stories

The English dub of Ghost Stories is required viewing. It’s easily one of the funniest things I’ve ever watched

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2004 Evo Tournament - Daigo Umehara (Ken) vs Justin Wong (Chun Li)

Tied 1-1 at the 3rd round, Daigo has the teensiest bit of life left when Justin goes into the famous Chun Li combo and then Daigo manually parries every kick, going into his own combo for the victory. (x - different source)




One of the greatest moments in fightan history

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