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Fisheries researcher Alison Colotelo talks with WIRED’s Robbie Gonzalez about the viral fish tube, and why fish transportation isn’t as easy as you might think.
Got to give it up to Gucci, man. Even though he’s one of the most in-demand rappers out he’ll still link up with some heads you might’ve not heard of.
That’s the case for Eddy Fish’s clip to “Hector” where he and Guwop get together in Eddy’s hood where the struggle is real and heads are on the move.
Back in Florida controversial rapper XXXTENTACION looks to raise some eyebrows and shine a light on the all too familiar subject of police brutality in the visuals to “Look At Me!”
Check out the rest of today’s drops including work from Grafh, IMASU!, and more.
EDDY FISH FT. GUCCI MANE – “HECTOR”
XXXTENTACION – “LOOK AT ME!”
GRAFH – “RAH RAH”
IMASU! – “BACK 2 BASICS”
BRYSON TILLER – “RUN ME DRY”
¡MAYDAY! – “BETTER PLACE”
TIRON & AYOMARI – “IT’S A TRIP”
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Katy Perry recounts her first kiss to W magazine, telling the publication how a game of spin the bottle in her younger days didn’t exactly turn out the way she’d hoped.
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Throwing a line into the cyber-fishing pond for a date on a Friday night is as scary as it is (too) easy. I signed up on the dating site Plenty of Fish last year, and while I had my doubts, I was still optimistic about finding my soul mate — otherwise, why do it at all? Just because I’m on the slippery side of 45 doesn’t mean it’s all over for me.
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Joseline Hernandez was attacked under oath when the lawyer representing a co-star who is suing her challenged this premise: If your picture’s in a magazine, that means you gave an interview. Joseline is being sued by Althea Eaton, who claims Joseline…
Faced with the end of the world as we know it, most of us would be tempted to go the full Mad Max route, fighting leather-clad marauders and tooling around in souped-up muscle cars. If you’re Will Forte, however, you look for a place to throw bowling balls at aquariums….
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One could have, perhaps, predicted the glut of pop culture-oriented podcasts that have sprung up. Hell, it’s the linchpin for the recently launched WolfPop network of shows. Less understandable (at least to me) is the rise of the trivia-oriented podcast.
Especially trivia AND comedy.
There’s Good Job, Brain, NPR’s Ask Me Another podcast, and even Another Damn Trivia Show.
Now we’re even importing our trivia shows. From over across the pond comes No Such Thing As A Fish, an offshoot of QI, which stands for Quite Interesting, a BBC2 TV comedy panel show. The TV show is hosted by famed English comedians Alan Davies and Stephen Fry.
The podcast spinoff is hosted by a quartet of the TV show’s researchers (or the “QI Elves”, as they call themselves): Alex, James, Andy, and Anna. And each week’s show is based on the most interesting facts the four have managed to discover in the past 7 days.
The show is in four segments, each segment kicked off by a host’s favorite fact for the week. In the latest edition, the inciting factoid was “Cows have friends, and they get sad when you separate them.” Supporting research is offered to valid said facts, then there’s a free-for-all as the others toss out vaguely related bits on the kickoff fact.
Did you know, for instance, that sharks also have friends? Other topics in this fascinating and funny episode include tiger selfies, dog- and goat-pulled baby carriages, and author D.H. Lawrence who, as it turned out, had a cow named Susan that he wrote about frequently.
This show is like one of those trivia books people used to keep in the bathroom, except No Such Thing As A Fish is a toilet trivia book for your ears.
This review originally posted as part of This Week In Comedy Podcasts on Splitsider.com.
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