LeBron returns 1-on-1 jest to Jordan: ‘I’m ready!’

LeBron James’ sarcastic reply to a tweeted NBC Sports promotional video featuring Michael Jordan teasing about solving the GOAT debate should go a long way toward stirring the pot.
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Ready to Die – The Remaster – The Notorious B.I.G.

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Ready to Die – The Remaster

The Notorious B.I.G.

Genre: Hip-Hop/Rap

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Release Date: September 13, 1994

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New Era Gets Ready For Winter With the NFL Cold Weather Collection

Football is back, and that means winter is right around the corner. Once the cold weather starts coming in, you’ll need to be prepared for it, whether you’re watching from the stadium of your favorite NFL team, having people over for a backyard BBQ for the games, or if you’re tailgating outside the stadium. New Era has partnered with the NFL to help you do just that, with their New Era NFL Cold Weather Collection.


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The collection includes knit caps for all 32 teams in the league. The three styles of the collection are the New Era NFL Sport Knit, the New Era NFL TD Knit, and the New Era NFL Women’s Knit cap. The hats can make for a great holiday gift, or something to treat yourself to make sure you’re supporting your favorite team this season.

 

 

Each of the caps has fleece lining to help keep your head warm, and they’ll do the same for the players, coaches, and team staff on NFL sidelines this season as part of the league’s official collection. We’re big fans of the NFL Sport Knit cap, because it’s hard to go wrong with a pom pom top when you’re cheering on your favorite football team.

All the different styles for each of the 32 teams are available for $ 28 at the New Era website, and other retailers.

Here’s a look at some of the hat styles from New Era:

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Tiffany Haddish: She Ready – From the Hood to Hollywood – Chris Robinson

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Tiffany Haddish: She Ready – From the Hood to Hollywood

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Genre: Comedy

Price: $ 4.99

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Release Date: August 18, 2017


Rising comedy star Tiffany Haddish takes the stage in her hometown of Los Angeles to tackle subjects ranging from her early days in foster care and being bullied on the playground, to getting her revenge on ex-boyfriends and introducing Will and Jada Pinkett Smith to Groupon. With a bold and unique style of comedy and her refreshingly positive outlook on life, Haddish proves she ready for the spotlight!

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Meet The Clever Robot That’s Ready to Take On Your Shopping Addiction

Robots are historically pretty bad at picking things up. But that’s changing thanks to startups like Kindred, which is mixing advanced AI with remote controls to create robots that can pick and sort through objects at dizzying rates.
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Kool DJ Red Alert & DJ Ready Red’s Sister React To Photo Flub As Tributes Pour In

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Geto Boys’ Founding Member DJ Ready Red Passes Away

Willie D announced the news in an Instagram video and said calling him a pioneer would be an "understatement."


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Watch Dove Cameron Sing the Marvel Rising Theme Song “Born Ready”

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Ready Player One – Steven Spielberg

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From filmmaker Steven Spielberg comes the science fiction action adventure “Ready Player One,” based on Ernest Cline’s bestseller of the same name. The film is set in 2045, with the world on the brink of chaos and collapse. But the people have found salvation in the OASIS, an expansive virtual reality universe created by the brilliant and eccentric James Halliday (Mark Rylance). When Halliday dies, he leaves his immense fortune to the first person to find a digital Easter egg he has hidden somewhere in the OASIS, sparking a contest that grips the entire world. When an unlikely young hero named Wade Watts (Tye Sheridan) decides to join the contest, he is hurled into a breakneck, reality-bending treasure hunt through a fantastical universe of mystery, discovery and danger.

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Every Video Game in ‘Ready Player One’ Explained By Author Ernest Cline

Ernest Cline, author of the best-selling novel ‘Ready Player One,’ and one of the screenwriters behind the upcoming film, deep dives into his book and explains the stories behind every video game referenced in ‘Ready Player One.’ From Yars’ Revenge to Asteroids to Quake, Ernest goes into the history of each game and reveals why he included it in the book.

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Tonys Red Carpet: What Music Gets You Ready for the Stage?

At this year’s Tony Awards red carpet, we asked current and former nominees what they listen to before shows. Here’s what they said.
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Prince’s Paisley Park Ready to Cash In On His Poetry and Photos

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Young And Pregnant Poll: Are Ashley And Bar Ready For Marriage?

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Blac Chyna Ready to Battle Rob Kardashian Over Custody of Dream

Blac Chyna’s ready to fight Rob Kardashian to keep things status quo when it comes to custody of Dream … Six Flags stroller scuffle be damned. Chyna’s lawyer, Walter Mosley, tells TMZ … BC and Rob still have a valid custody agreement in place,…

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Spielberg says “Ready Player One” meant to be a ‘crowd pleaser’

Steven Spielberg led the charge at what was described as the world premiere of his latest film, “Ready Player One” at the Dolby Theater in Hollywood on Monday (March 26), despite the film already having official launches in London and the SXSW festival. Edward Baran reports.


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Ernest Cline, author of the best-selling novel ‘Ready Player One,’ and one of the screenwriters behind the upcoming film, deep dives into his book and explains the stories behind every video game referenced in ‘Ready Player One.’ From Yars’ Revenge to Asteroids to Quake, Ernest goes into the history of each game and reveals why he included it in the book.

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‘Ready Player One’ loads imaginative mash-up from Steven Spielberg

Of all the influences crashing around in “Ready Player One,” none stands out more than “Willy Wonka and the Chocolate Factory.” So perhaps appropriately, director Steven Spielberg has served up a giant candy store of a movie — exploding with color, nostalgia, pure fun and plenty of imagination, even if the amusement-park ride lasts a bit too long.


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7 Shirt Jackets, Your New Favorite Style Hybrid, Ready for This Fall

This season’s go-to layer is not quite a shirt and not quite a jacket. The “shacket” steals a little from both and packs the warmth and ease to get you through chilly times. Below, seven of our favorites.

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With hours to go before the 90th Academy Awards get underway on Sunday (March 4) in Hollywood, the final touches are being made to the red carpet. Rough cut (no reporter narration).


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Cardi B Not Ready to Talk Pregnancy, But Ready for All-Star Weekend

[[tmz:video id=”0_fwgpcrq6″]] Cardi B’s not ready to say if she’s pregnant, but she’s also not gonna say she isn’t.  We got the rapper leaving her hotel in NYC Friday morning — presumably to catch her flight to L.A. for NBA All-Star Weekend — but…

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NYPD Ready to Arrest Quavo Over Club Brawl, Robbery

Quavo is about to get a new wrist accessory — handcuffs — law enforcement sources tell TMZ. Our sources tell TMZ … NYPD detectives have gotten in contact with the Migos rapper’s attorney, Drew Findling, informing him they have enough…

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Luke Pell Is Ready To ‘See How The Chemistry Happens Or Doesn’t’ On ‘The Bachelor Winter Games’

On the set of ABC’s “The Bachelor Winter Games” in Vermont, Luke Pell speaks with Access about heading into the reality show. Is he definitely single? Plus, Luke predicts how quickly there will be a hot tub and people stripping down on the show. And, would he consider a romantic relationship with his friend Ashley Iaconetti, who is also on the show? “The Bachelor Winter Games” premieres Tues., Feb. 13 at 8 PM ET/PT on ABC.


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Think you’re not ready for post-Super Bowl ‘This Is Us’? Try being an Eagles or Patriots fan

Heading into Sunday’s Super Bowl, there isn’t much Patriots and Eagles fans can agree on — except when it comes to “This Is Us.”


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Ready Player One – Ernest Cline

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Genre: Sci Fi & Fantasy

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Publish Date: April 27, 2017

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SAG Awards get ready for #MeToo close-up

Following a Golden Globes that made headlines with its Time’s Up theme, the Screen Actors Guild is leaning into that discussion with its annual presentation Sunday. Yet with several more star-studded ceremonies to come, questions linger as to how well Hollywood’s awards apparatus can juggle serving as a rallying point for that movement with its more prosaic, self-congratulatory business.


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Sylvester Stallone Ready to Go to Cops, Says Accuser Filed False Report

Sylvester Stallone is ready to demand police investigate a woman who, he’s been told, filed a report claiming he raped her 27 years ago … TMZ has learned. Stallone’s attorney Marty Singer tells us he believes the woman recently filed a false…

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Ready For A Relationship? Ladies, Not So Fast

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Ready, set, bowl! Picking 41 winners, including the national champion

From the Celebration Bowl to the College Football Playoff National Championship, Adam Rittenberg picks his winners for bowl season.
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Memphis …Yes, I’m Ready – Dee Dee Bridgewater

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Release Date: September 15, 2017

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Taylor Swift Premieres “…Ready for It?” Music Video

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Jessie James Decker and Eric Decker Get Ready to Have a Third Baby on Eric & Jessie: “It’s On!”

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Sam Bradford’s outing in Chicago shows he still isn’t ready to return

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Mel ready to go for a run wearing her white tight top blue hot pants

Melanie Walsh gets into her gym kit, Mel notices all the girls in the changing room staring at her. Melanie kinda likes wearing shorts its a turn on.  Melanie reaches down and feels her legs and seeing them in shorts they just look so darn sexy!  Melanie loves wearing socks with everything.  An ultimate turn on of Mel's they are the best ever.

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Hi Guys,

Today I thought I would take you with me on a run. I love running in my white tight top, blue hot pants and white Lacey socks. I really like those 70s hot pants the are so comfy to run in.

It was pretty exciting as anyone could have walked past and seen me in my sexy blue hot pants hehehe I am so naughty 😉

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Get Ready To Be Scared By ‘The Crucifixion’ Trailer

Scary and inspired by true events, the trailer for “The Crucifixion” will leave you terrified!
“The Crucifixion” is in theaters and on demand on Oct. 6.


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Catherine Zeta-Jones Is Ready to Decorate Your Home–and Michael Douglas Totally Approves

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Memphis …Yes, I’m Ready – Dee Dee Bridgewater

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Val Chmerkovskiy & Victoria Arlen: #TeamViVa Gets Ready For The ‘DWTS’ Ballroom

Victoria Arlen only re-learned to walk a year ago, and now, she’s gearing up for a new challenge – making a run for mirrorball glory in the “Dancing with the Stars” ballroom with pro partner Val Chmerkovskiy.


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Ready to Die – The Remaster – The Notorious B.I.G.

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Melanie outside ready to work up a sweat in her red gym kit

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I have been going to the gym since Xmas, I’ve been very good haven’t missed many days. Its getting really social, people are getting to know me, which makes it easier to keep going.

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For Those About to Rock, Bar Matchless Is Ready

One rock venue after another in Brooklyn has closed, so Bar Matchless — home of heavy-metal karaoke — has become a place “you want to play.”
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Timberland’s New Boots Are Built for the Street, Ready for the Woods

Ten years ago Timberland, the outdoor company that’s been outfitting everyone from hikers to construction workers to hip hop artists for decades, brought eco-consciousness to the footwear industry by introducing its Earthkeepers line. Now, the company’s taking that same commitment to sustainability and dressing it up in a sleeker streetwise boot that’s still rugged enough for the actual

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Kendall and Kylie Jenner’s Vintage T-Shirts Shut Down, The Doors Ready to Sue

Kendall and Kylie Jenner’s vintage t-shirt line pissed off rock legend band The Doors, and now the iconic group’s going to sue. Lawyers for the band fired off a cease and desist letter to the Jenner sisters over the gear … which features a…

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News in Brief: Employee Returns From Vacation Refreshed, Ready To Waste Time

ALBANY, GA—Explaining that she felt relaxed and had a renewed sense of focus, local account manager Kayla Eggert told reporters Monday that she had returned to work from her recent vacation completely refreshed and ready to waste time. “Six days in Hawaii was just what I needed to unwind, and it’s great to come back feeling recharged for another week of dodging emails I don’t feel like dealing with and checking Facebook instead of writing up reports,” said Eggert, adding that being “off the grid” at a beachside resort had actually reinvigorated her to get back into the swing of landing a new high score in Candy Crush during staff meetings. “Getting away from the office is something you need to do every once in a while. It’s a shame I can’t take time off more often—making small talk with people in the break …




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Drake And Future Are Ready To Drop Joint Album

Drake and Future have revealed that they are dropping their awaited joint album.

What a Time to Be Alive comes tomorrow – Sunday, September 20 at 8 EST.

Drake made the big reveal on Instagram.

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Celeb Secrets For Getting Red Carpet Ready (And They’re Affordable!)

Have you ever wondered how your favorite celebs get ready for the red carpet? From the perfect pout to glowing skin and bouncy hair, getting dolled up like the stars is within your reach with tips from lifestyle expert Elycia Rubin.

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Are You Ready for the Return of This OTT ’80s Trend?

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There was a hint of Victoriana in laced governess-meets-glam booties at Marc Jacobs’s epic show on Thursday. And then just today, in London, J.W.Anderson showed exaggerated leg-of-mutton sleeves, popular in the reign of Queen Victoria. Do we smell a trend? Maybe, but let’s not be so quick to set the needle quite so far back; there were clues in the new collection that suggest Jonathan Anderson’s references weren’t quite so dusty.

We know from his impactful Fall collection for Loewe that Anderson has been applying a 1980s filter to his designs, which would explain the squiggle print he showed at his signature line today. This eye-catching pattern paid homage to one Vivienne Westwood showed at her 1981 pirate collection. It was also a nod to the work of graffiti artist Keith Haring, who later collaborated with her. This print was to New Romantics what the flannel shirt was to Grunge rockers: There are pictures of Duran Duran wearing it, as well as Bow Wow Wow’s Annabella Lwin.

The New Romantics rejected punk’s hard, agro edge in favor of a frilly and androgynous look. (“Often we’d find women’s clothes,” said Nick Rhodes in a recent interview, “because actually men’s clothes weren’t particularly flamboyant at that time.”) There is no doubt that Anderson’s collection, featuring bralettes worn over shirts, was super femme. It was also boldly exuberant, as any love letter to a decade in which bigger really was better should be.

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Even if you don’t know Zana Bayne’s name, you probably know her work. The leather maven’s decidedly bondage-y designs—harnesses, chokers, skirts, bags, etc.—have been spotted on the likes of Debbie Harry, Zoë Kravitz, and Anja Rubik (who sports hers regularly with crisp white oxfords). And if an undeniably dark appeal has characterized Bayne’s designs in past, her tropically-tinged Spring ’16 lineup, dubbed Bossa Nova, brings a new side of the label’s aesthetic to the fore.

Taking cues from mod icons like Courrèges and Cardin, the designer introduced juicy pops of coral and raspberry leather alongside all her classic noir (whatever the hue, all pieces are made by hand in her New York studio). Graphic petal shapes inspired by her ’60s influences appear as one of Bayne’s signature lattice-like skirts—ideal for layering over a prim midi skirt—but also in the form of footwear. Both ankle- and knee-high styles mark a first step into shoes for the brand. And for the truly statement-making among us, look no further than the Side-Eye Hat: a quietly Surrealist, wide-brimmed number in jet-black leather with a generous peephole cut in the brim, perfect for a little shade in the sun—or throwing a little shade in the sun.

 



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For Ellie Goulding's third album, planned for release later this year on Cherrytree/Interscope, she found a second home in super-producer Max Martin's Los Angeles compound-slash-studio where Hollywood icons like Marilyn Monroe and Frank Sinatra once lived. "Even when I wasn't ­scheduled to be ­recording, I'd find myself there hanging out with everyone," says the 28-year-old.
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He’s still not 100% … but Victor Cruz fought through his calf injury … to hit up Rihanna’s block party at NY Fashion Week Thursday night.  Cruz hasn’t practiced in weeks — and there’s serious doubt about whether he’ll be ready to hit the field…

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Time for another Jonas to take over the charts.
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Friday marks the 10-year anniversary of when Hurricane Katrina devastated New Orleans, and many commentators have argued that not enough has been done over the past decade to address infrastructure and emergency response issues that could put coastal cities nationwide, including New Orleans, at risk of a catastrophe on a similar scale. Is the nation prepared for another Katrina?

  • Cities can adequately prepare residents for life after a natural disaster by razing low-income neighborhoods beforehand
  • Every household should have an emergency storm preparedness kit that includes an extra five stories of elevation
  • Learning from the humiliation of Katrina, FEMA has stockpiled almost 10,000 body bags to avoid any potential shortages
  • Every family should designate a fixed point to gather to watch disaster footage on TV
  • Citizens nationwide can prepare for disasters by having a stash of sympathetic Facebook posts and tweets ready to go
  • To avoid the most devastating …




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Donald Trump’s Red Plastic Cups Are Ready For Your Next House Party

For Donald Trump, campaign buttons and yard signage just don’t cut it (though, worry not, he’s monetizing those, too). The 2016 Republican presidential hopeful is getting into crucial housewares, selling “campaign party cups” in his online store. The 16-ounce vessels closely resemble Solo cups, the plastic classics that college kids around the country use for drinking games like beer pong and flip cup. One can’t help but to think a fratty demographic may be the product’s main target.

While any house party host can pick up a 50-pack of Solo cups at Walmart for less than $ 8, a three-pack of Trump’s slogan-stamped cups cost $ 3.  

According to the product page, Trump’s cups are “proudly made in USA,” presumably in line with the candidate’s promise to “make America great again!” 

For supportive sippers who prefer drinking straight from the can, Trump is also selling American-made koozies to keep beverages cool while screaming his name. A 6-pack of these goes for $ 20.

Trump is not the only 2016 hopeful making the most of the Foodie Generation, offering culinary accessories with which supporters can decorate their kitchens or guzzle beer. Democratic candidate Hillary Clinton has “Chillary” koozies available on her campaign site, as well as cookie cutters, pint glasses, coffee mugs and the “Grillary Clinton Spatula.” 

GOP candidate Jeb Bush, too, has turned to the kitchen to earn support. His $ 75 guacamole bowl – er, “Guaca Bowle” — looks like it will last for years to come, no matter who wins this race.

 H/T Vice

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NASHUA, NH—Raising his arm into the air while leaning outward from the table in a bid to command attention from the other side of the restaurant, area father Walter Bierko called over a busboy at DiCapri’s Italian Eatery to inform him that he was ready to order, sources reported Wednesday. “Excuse me. Excuse me,” said the father of three to the 19-year-old who was en route back to the kitchen with a full tub of dirty dishes, and who responded to the customer by indicating that he would notify their assigned waiter. “Yeah, yeah. We’re ready to order now. Thanks.” At press time, Bierko was reportedly gesturing toward the busboy to ask for the check.




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Happy summer, everyone! I know what you’re thinking. “Tater, where have you been?!” Where haven’t I been? It’s summer! I’ve buried my paws in the cool sands of my litterbox, basked in the sun-laden windowsill, run screaming from the flowing waters of the bathroom faucet (Felicia, I am not getting my hair wet!). All in all, it’s been a great summer. But one question I get more often than not is, “Tater, how do you get that flawless beach bod?”

Although I’m a gent who usually plays his cards close to his vest, I decided to help those less fortunate than me and share my top five beach body secrets. Are you ready? Are you ready to be drop-dead “oh my god, who IS that” gorgeous? Because with great power comes great responsibility.

Alright, here we go.

1. Start Juicing!

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While I was up at 4 a.m. the other morning chasing a dust bunny, I saw this amazing infomercial for a juicer. And oh my god, I just knew I needed to get one! The models had such flawless skin and instant six packs I thought, “Why isn’t that me?” I knocked over the telephone receiver (a game I like to play regardless of ordering juicers) and pounced in a bunch of numbers (firetrucks showed up!!!) and in a couple days, my juicer arrived.

Truth be told I haven’t actually juiced anything yet, but the box is the sh*t!

2. Go low-carb.

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I’ve said it before and I’ll say it again: I like my beer. But I also know that not everyone can pull off white fur (especially after Labor Day), so I have to be careful of my waist line. It’s okay to treat yourself once in a while. Just make sure you keep up a routine of randomly freaking the eff out and doing wind sprints across the apartment. You’ll be fine.

3. Practice those planks!

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I hate plank poses. Seriously. And although curling up in a circular ball is way more comfy, it also makes you look fat! I’m sorry, but someone had to say it. Remember not to let your butt or tail stick up in the air. It’s all about “lines.” Just look how lithe and lean I look! That’s called practice, people. Also, my eyes are bugging out because I can’t do hippie dippie yoga without doing about 20 hits of cat nip. Namaste.

4. Find your light.

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Half of looking super good is knowing your angles. I pretty much look amazing whether I’m hiding under a blanket or draped across a computer keyboard while you’re trying to work. But the right lighting can take you from looking like a schlub to cat food model in no time. Three words for you: three-quarter turn! Also, suck in that stomach. We know you’ve been eating treats.

5. Get active outdoors!

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“But I’m an indoor cat!” Yeah, you’re an indoor cat with an indoor gut. That’s why you’re reading this article. It’s time to get out and get active!

And if you can’t get out, at least have your friends photoshop you participating in outdoor sports. Here I am sailing on a cat tree gondola in Riviera Maya. Did I really do it? No. Do I really care? No, but I look amazing!

Well, there you have it! Five easy ways to get yourself beach body ready! And should all of the above fail, there is one more trick to looking summer fierce: resting b*tch face. It’s one size fits all.

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“Roastmaster General” Jeff Ross; Source: Just for Laughs

As the longtime “Roastmaster General” of the Friars Club and Comedy Central, Jeff Ross is typically the shocker, not the shockee. But even the comedian once described as a “one-man verbal assault unit” was stunned during an unplanned moment at the recent highly rated and hilariously raunchy roast of Justin Bieber.

Ross, who’s a producer of the Comedy Central staple as well as a performer on the shows, asked the young pop star beforehand who he’d like to see in the lineup. “Without hesitation,” Ross said, “he mentioned Will Ferrell. And I thought, fine, but that’s not gonna happen.”

Weeks later, however, Ferrell did show up at the taping, in character as iconic anchorman Ron Burgundy. “I looked at Bieber and he lit up; he was just so delighted,” recalled Ross. “Burgundy came out with a drink in one hand and a cigarette in the other, and just as he walked up to the podium, without even looking at Bieber, he flipped the lit cigarette right at Bieber’s face. Justin kind of winced as it hit his hair and flew off. I was the only one close enough to really see that angle. And I thought, wow. Of all people, Will Ferrell has the most edgy moment of the roast.”

Bieber had turned 21 shortly before the event. “A week earlier, this would have been child abuse!” Ross laughed. “But Bieber, to his credit, really manned up and was a great sport, and I thought it was one of the best roasts we’ve ever done.”

Now Ross is attempting to out-do himself at this month’s Just for Laughs festival in Montreal. Beginning July 21st, he’s presenting an unprecedented five-night comedy event dubbed Roastmaster Invitational: The 2015 World Championship of Competitive Roasting, featuring sixteen headliner comics from around the globe. The American contigent includes Tony Hinchcliffe, Joe DeRosa and Sarah Tiana; other participants will be revealed in the coming days.

I spoke with Ross about the upcoming Montreal event, as well as his life and career, backstage before a recent theater appearance. But first, Ross took a moment to graciously greet a family of fans who’d been ushered into his dressing room. He shook their hands, said “Hi, I’m Jeff,” then pointed to me, a bearded man in my 60s. “And this,” he added, “is my lovely wife Denise.”

SN: What can fans expect to see at the Roastmaster Invitational?

JR: It’ll be a March Madness-type tournament. They’ll see something they don’t normally see in comedy: essentially, verbal boxing, with guys going head to head and getting very personal. It’ll be a safe haven to say all the words and ideas that we don’t necessarily get to say in public anymore. We’ll turn that club into a Temple of Free Speech.

SN: You’ve called this art form of roasting the Oscars and the World Series of the comedy world. How so?

JR: They’re like the Super Bowls of comedy, in that the Super Bowl has good games and bad games, but you remember each one forever. I feel like the Comedy Central roasts are like that now. It doesn’t matter if you’re a fan of Justin Bieber or not. You’re curious about how he’s going to take the jokes, and what we’re going to say. So it’s like the Super Bowl in that way; you remember the good plays and the bad plays.

SN: The Friars Club roasts used to be relatively tame, but these days, it’s anything goes. How do you draw the line between what’s funny and what’s bullying?

JR: I never feel like I’m bullying; it doesn’t even occur to me. I was always the guy who protected the underdogs from the bullies. I think comedy is a form of self-defense, and I’ve always wanted to take down the bullies and the bad guys in the world.

SN: Any examples come to mind?

JR: Well, when I was a kid, there was a bully in my high school (in New Jersey) who used to jump out of hallways and punch me and everyone else in the nuts. And I thought, the next time he comes after me, I’m gonna get up and hit him back.

But when he punched me in the nuts again, it hurt so bad, and I was writhing around on the floor and couldn’t get up. So instinctively, I started making fun of him. And when I did that, everyone laughed except him. He was embarrassed and a little bit humiliated, even though I was the one on the floor. And I learned the power of the insult.

SN: What did you actually say to him?

JR: I remember he had hairy knuckles and he was bigger than everyone else. He had a big forehead, so I said “Is that a forehead or a five-head?” Who knows if I made that joke up on the spot, or if I’d heard it before? It didn’t matter. Everybody laughed. And a young roastmaster was created.

SN: You’ve been compared, quite favorably, with some of the legendary comedians of the last century. But I don’t remember your idols, such as Rodney Dangerfield or Buddy Hackett, ever taking on any issues.

After Bob Hope died in 2003, however, you were inspired by the U.S.O. tours he used to do, and you went to Iraq, entertained the troops, and made a documentary about it.

You’ve made speeches to Occupy Wall Street crowds, and this year, you performed for inmates in Texas and produced a highly-praised special called Jeff Ross Roasts Criminals: Live at Brazos County Jail. Why take on the tough topics?

JR: Comedians were always motivated to do good; I saw that in some of the people I admired and looked up to. But they would normally do it behind the scenes. If they did a benefit, or political thing, or supported a charity, they would do it quietly. It wouldn’t be part of their act, it would be part of their life.

But for me, I don’t really have a life without my act. I think if I were married and had kids, I wouldn’t have done a show at a jail. So I feel like at a certain point, my act and my life come together. And I’m still processing what that means… what I should do with that energy and that power, if you will, to make people laugh about sad subjects, and to bring humor where there is normally only darkness.

SN: You have a big birthday coming up in September. Your thoughts on turning 50?

JR: I’ve put a lot of pressure on myself to have a big bash. This just might be the wedding I’ll never have. But more and more, I’m thinking I should just enjoy the process of getting older and smarter, and maybe funnier.

To be honest with you, turning fifty sounds intimidating, but I look better than most of my friends, and in my humble but experienced opinion, comedians are ageless. I’m making teenagers laugh, and I love that. If you’re funny, you’re funny, and it doesn’t matter how old you are.

SN: And think about it; you’re less than halfway to the goal Bob Hope set for you. He made it to 100.

JR: Yeah! I’ll be Blob Hope!

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Are We Finally Ready To Publicly Celebrate Female Desire?

“Now I want someone to throw me around like that,” my friend quipped right after we saw “Magic Mike XXL” last week. 

I went to see the much-discussed buddy-comedy-feminist-stripper-film with a lady squad of three in tow, and after two hours of muttering “holy sh*t” and giggling in our seats, we left the theater feeling giddy. The movie had, for lack of a better term, spoken to us — specifically to our sexuality.

As Cosmopolitan’s Patti Greco wrote: “It understands that the key to women’s sexuality is foreplay. ‘Magic Mike XXL’ is foreplay.”

It’s rare to see a film that so unabashedly celebrates the desires of its target audience (in this case straight women of all races, body types and ages), unless that audience is a room of white, also straight, men. Watching “Magic Mike XXL” in a theater was akin to being in the audience of the film’s Myrtle Beach Stripper Convention, or being one of the “queens” at Jada Pinkett-Smith’s character’s members-only club in Savannah. The overarching messaging was: You deserve to be catered to. These men are here for you. They know what you want and can deliver it. Now sit back and enjoy the ride. 

We have reached a cultural moment where female sexuality — at least straight female sexuality — is being acknowledged in bigger and bolder ways.

Female celebrities are talking about sex and sexuality frankly, and in greater numbers. Nicki Minaj and Beyonce sing about “Feeling Myself,” and TV shows like “UnREAL”  display female masturbation unapologetically and without shock value.

These are messages we desperately need to hear from our sheroes, listen to in our music and see on our TV and movie screens.

In the last two months, both Nicki Minaj and Amy Schumer have flat-out said — during interviews with major women’s magazines no less — that Women. Deserve. Orgasms.

“I demand that I climax. I think women should demand that,” Minaj told Cosmpolitan for the magazine’s July 2015 cover story. Schumer echoed those sentiments in an August 2015 cover story interview with Glamour: “Don’t not have an orgasm. Make sure he knows that you’re entitled to an orgasm,” she said.

The statistics vary depending on the source. A Cosmopolitan survey found that just 57 percent of women reported orgasming “most or every time” they have sex with a partner, while a larger study from 2000 showed that women reported having one orgasm for every three orgasms men reported having. No matter which way you slice it, there seems to be a gender imbalance when it comes to the big “O.” 

As The Guardian’s Jessica Valenti wrote, “until we recognize that women’s pleasure during sex is just as important as men’s — and that there’s nothing wrong with having sex just because it feels good — that nuance will be difficult to… achieve.”

When we see pockets of mainstream culture placing female pleasure front and center, we get one step closer to reaching the sexual equality that Valenti is referencing.

I informally polled some female friends who had seen “Magic Mike XXL” to make sure my enthusiastic reaction wasn’t just the result of overexposure to Channing Tatum’s abs. They all agreed that this mainstream movie had somehow tapped into something radical. 

“I have never seen a mainstream blockbuster hit that made me feel so understood as a woman,” said Elizabeth Plank, Senior Editor at Mic. “Male characters that are both masculine AND deferential to women is very rare and ‘Magic Mike’ was able to strike that balance flawlessly.”

“The movie was a giant celebration of women receiving and enjoying sensory pleasures, which, more often than not, we’re told to deny or control in real life,” Isabel Foxen Duke, creator of Stop Fighting Food, told me.

It’s those sensory pleasures — and the idea that everyone watching should feel encouraged to indulge them — that make “Magic Mike” part deux such an utter delight.

Women want to be wanted. We want to imagine ourselves in the starring role of a sexual fantasy that was crafted for us. We want to have our bodies ravished, and maybe, just maybe, our minds too. We want better than Edward Cullen or Christian Grey. We want to be “exhalted,” as Pinkett-Smith’s Rome says. We demand all of those things. We are entitled to all of those things.

No one’s saying we should send a DVD of “Magic Mike XXL” to every straight man in the world, and berate him if he can’t gyrate like Channing Tatum or give his female partner an orgasm in 30 seconds, but rather to expand our own internalized ideas about female desire; to understand that we deserve to explore those desires and see them imagined outside of our heads.

Are we finally ready to expand our cultural idea of what female desire and sexuality looks like? We certainly haven’t reached some equality-embracing, lady-worshipping sexual nirvana — after all, we’re still waiting on the mainstream blockbusters that cater to the multifaceted desires of queer women — but the future looks a little more hopeful. 

“Queens, are you ready to be worshipped?,” asks Rome in “Magic Mike XXL.” Oh, we are, answer the women who dropped $ 20 to spend two hours staring at a screen. Now let us be.

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When You’re Ready – J.L. Berg

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When You’re Ready

J.L. Berg

Genre: Contemporary

Publish Date: July 18, 2013

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Can his love mend the pieces of her grieving heart?  Years after suffering the tragic loss of her husband, Ethan, which left her alone to raise their young daughter, Clare Murray still holds the last letter he wrote with the words "When You're Ready" written in his familiar messy handwriting, unable to break its weathered seal. Ready for what? He was her entire world, and Clare had accepted a life without him, without love. Until years later, fate brings her to an emergency room, and face to face with a stormy-eyed doctor intent on changing her mind.  Son of a billionaire, Logan Matthews has spent his life trying to make his absentee father proud. Without a family to depend on, all he's ever wanted is a place to call home. After a failed marriage, Logan believes he's unworthy of love…until he meets a woman who awakens his spirit and transforms his entire life in an instant.  But how far are Clare and Logan willing to go for love? When their love is tested, is Clare ready to put her whole heart on the line again? Can Logan learn the true meaning of love, even if it means sacrificing his own happiness? When a second chance at love is given, Clare and Logan learn you are never truly ready until you're ready to risk it all.  The first novel in the Ready series.  Each novel can be read as a standalone.   ***Due to graphic language and sexual content, this book is not recommended for readers under the age of 18.***

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On Thursday, Nina Dobrev will make her final appearance on the “The Vampire Diaries,” after six years of playing Elena Gilbert.

It’s an emotional time for the 26-year-old actress, who revealed she would not be returning for Season 7 back in April.

“I’ve loved working on this show. It’s been such a crazy, awesome adventure, and I’ve been surrounded by so many people who I consider family. I know this is a new exciting step in the right direction for me, but it’s going to be so strange not to be with them,” Dobrev told Self magazine for their June cover story.

While saying goodbye to her star-making role has been difficult, Dobrev is excited for what lies ahead. The actress, who got her start on “Degrassi: The Next Generation,” is first planning a cross-country road trip with six friends and is more than game to take on the new challenges that await her in her career. “I’m ready to put up that fight again. I’m excited to put up that fight,” she told Self.

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Dating With Kids: Are Your Children Ready to Meet Your New Sweetheart?

As a parent, you have the most important job in the world: Shaping the character of another human being and giving that human being the best possible chance at a happy, healthy, well-adjusted adult life.

Every choice you make, every day, influences your kids in a very direct way.

Bringing a new boyfriend or girlfriend home to meet the kids? That’s a huge choice.

Before you dive into it, take some time to carefully consider whether or not your kids are ready for this kind of “big event.”

The following guidelines and questions — which I’ve used with hundreds of families in counseling and coaching sessions — can help you to arrive at a confident decision.

Before your introduce a new sweetheart to your kids…

Ask yourself:

1. Are my kids ready to see me in a new relationship?

Is the ink barely dry on your divorce papers? Are your kids still adjusting to life without both parents living under one roof? Did you recently go through a break up that your kids had to witness? Are they still upset about it?

Use common sense and patience. Seeing you with a new partner — mere weeks or months after the end of your previous relationship — could feel disruptive to your kids.

This doesn’t mean you’re not allowed to date right now — you certainly can if you want to! Enjoy your dates, just think twice before bringing your new sweetheart home.

If this new relationship is truly meant to last, there will be plenty of opportunities to have your kids get to know your new sweetie in the future.

2. What kind of messages do I want to give my kids when it comes to dating, love, sex and partnership?

Do you want to teach your kids that sex is something you do when you are lonely or bored, or something you do as part of a committed, devoted relationship?

Are you in a serious relationship with your new sweetheart, or is he or she just the flavor of the week or month?

Think carefully about the types of lessons you want to teach your kids. Make sure that your actions are in alignment — not in conflict — with the messages you want to impart.

3. Do my kids need more attention from me than I’ve been giving them lately?

When you’re swept up in a new romance, it’s common to have that new sweetheart become the focal point of your universe. You’re experiencing a huge rush of happy-making endorphins and you just can’t stop thinking about them!

This is understandable, but… your kids must come first. If you feel like you’ve been a little emotionally “checked out” lately — or physically out of the house more than usual, going on dates or late dinners away from home — this means it is time to be with your kids, just you and them, together, rather than introducing somebody new into the mix.

If your kids are feeling a bit forgotten or neglected, the last thing you want to do is bring home your sweetheart and then spend the day drooling and grinning at him — or her. Seeing this will only make your kids feel more left out and abandoned — which can lead to tantrums, outbursts, insolence and other cries for attention.

4. Do I plan to spend the rest of my life with my new sweetheart? Do they feel the same way about me?

This is THE big question. If you are not feeling certain that this person is Mr. Right or Ms. Forever, then it is definitely too soon to introduce this new person to your kids.

Why disrupt your kids’ lives by bringing him or her into the picture if you’re not feeling certain about the future?

5. Have I talked to my sweetheart about co-parenting to make sure we’re on the same page?

If your sweetheart comes over to hang out with you and your kids — for an hour, an evening, a weekend — what are the ground rules?

Does your sweetheart understand the rules of your household? Are they responsible for enforcing consequences for misbehavior when you’re out of the room — or is that solely your responsibility? If you are eventually going to blend two families together, how will you agree upon things like bedtime, morning routines, curfews, chores?

This kinds of co-parenting conversations are absolutely essential. If you and your partner aren’t clear, calm and unified, your kids will sense the disconnect, feel unsettled, and may very well respond by acting out and misbehaving.

Make sure you and your sweetheart are in alignment. That’s the kind of strength and partnership your kids need to feel and see.

Remember: No matter how swoony, tingly and excited you feel about a new relationship, your children are — and always will be — your top priority.

The values you teach them now, while they are young, are the values that they are going to live by and teach their own children, too.

Focus on your children and their well-being. Make your home a happy one.

Focus on family life. Make your family a close-knit one.

Think carefully before you invest your time, energy and possibly your children’s hearts into a new relationship.

Move thoughtfully. Be patient. Be wise. Always err on the side of caution. Go slow.

When it’s truly the right time, you will know.

Suzanne Gelb, Ph.D., J.D., is a clinical psychologist, life coach and family law attorney. She believes that it is never too late to become the person you want to be. Strong. Confident. Calm. Creative. Free of all of the burdens that have held you back–no matter what has happened in the past.

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5 Signs Your Narcissist Is Ready To Move On

Falling in love with a narcissist feels like you’ve finally entered the fairy tale relationship you’ve always wanted. Everything is perfect – you are doted on, the passion is like nothing you’ve experienced, and you are told, “You’re finally the one for me,” making you feel like you’ve been chosen out of all the others.

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No matter where you are in your relationship, there are actual signs where your prince or princess charming begins to show their true narcissistic self. It’s important to understand that your partner isn’t “changing.” Like a chameleon, a narcissist must blend in with healthy, socially functioning people so that they can perpetuate their false sense of self. Their colors change but they’re still a chameleon.

Unfortunately, they can never uphold their camouflage for too long, which is why they must need new things, new people and new supply so they can discard the old (which ends up being you).

Here are 5 signs that your chameleon is finally showing their true colors, as well as preparing for their next round of narcissistic supply.

1) Doting turns into negating: You were once told that you are smart, attractive and fun, and your outgoing nature was a major turn-on, but now your narcissist sees you as the opposite. Your intelligence is now seen as cunning, your attractiveness is now overzealous, and your wit and humor are now vulgar. The very wonderful traits they once loved about you are now the “reason” for the relationship’s demise, and they remind you of it daily.

2) Your success becomes a threat: Perhaps you’ve been promoted or you won that award you’ve been seeking, but instead of praise you’re blamed for working too hard or seeking too much attention. All of your accomplishments are deemed as threats to your partner’s very existence, because they know they can’t keep up with you. You also threaten their own spotlight of receiving praise and approval from others, so you will be told that your successes aren’t that great, so pipe down.

3) They are Jekyll at the office and Hyde when at home: Everyone loves Jekyll and thinks you are so lucky to be married to such a charming, charismatic person. But when Hyde returns home, you are faced with moodiness, rage, disorder, alcoholism, isolation, and an unwillingness to take part in family activities. This Jekyll and Hyde routine occurs because it is exhausting to maintain a false sense of self eight hours a day, and they ultimately resent you and your family for reminding them of their true inabilities.

4) Your approval of them no longer matters: You used to be the one and only person whose opinion truly mattered, but now a compliment to them goes unnoticed. At this point, if your narcissist is disgusted by you, your compliments are deemed as needy and desperate. They must now go elsewhere to seek approval from those they still admire, and whom haven’t caught on to their narcissistic ways.

5) Their empathy turns into apathy: Your illness or bad day at the office was once empathized with chicken soup or a bouquet of flowers. But now, no matter how hard you have it, they remind you that they have it worse than you. And as you try harder and harder to get an ounce of empathy, it backfires with only apathy. And this is probably the hardest thing about loving a narcissist – because when your emotional needs go unmet, you continue to chase after them which puts your self-esteem in severe jeopardy. Once your self-esteem is gone, you run the risk of staying with your narcissist long-term, because you don’t think you can do any better.

The double edged sword of loving a narcissist is that the very qualities that attracted you to them are what they resent the most, because they know deep down they cannot ever mirror your greatness.

And because you are the one closest to them, you become “onto them,” and begin to question their behavior. A narcissist’s greatest fear is being exposed that they are no longer truly special, which is why they must have abundant supply from abundant sources. Which leaves you, their partner, abandoned, discarded, abused, and traumatized.

If you find these behavior patterns ring true for your relationship, break free as soon as possible. They will never change, merely because they think they don’t have to.

Lindsey Ellison is founder of Start Over. Find Happiness., a coaching practice that helps women navigate through their divorce or break ups. She offers a free, 3-part video series on how to break free from your narcissist, which is available by clicking here.
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The best part of any sports movie is the inspirational speech right before The Big Game. Whether it's the Super Bowl or Little League, there's nothing a good, old-fashioned motivational speech can't fix! If watching the classic pep talks from these famous football films still isn't enough to pump you up, then maybe checking out some of the locations where they shot the movies will do the trick instead. 

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Remember the Titans

In the movie, which is (loosely) based on a true story, Coach Herman Boone takes his team, newly integrated and struggling to bond, on a run and then proceeds to give what is easily one of the top three inspirational sports pump-up speeches at Gettysburg National Military Park — although reportedly, shots were filmed at Chickamauga & Chattanooga National Military Park, which makes sense because a lot of the movie was shot in Georgia. 

The Replacements

You could visit Ohio Stadium, since Keanu Reeves' character, Shane Falco, was a former Ohio State QB who choked in his final game and was never able to go pro, or you could visit the Baltimore Ravens' home M&T Bank Stadium, also known as "Nextel Stadium" home of the "Washington Sentinals". Just don't expect any strippers-turned-cheerleaders.

Any Given Sunday

If the NFL doesn't have enough drama for you, then inserting yourself into the semi-alternate universe of Any Given Sunday, where the AFFA league rules and you can see the fictional California Crusaders play at, ironically, Florida's Sun Life Stadium. The Orange Bowl and Texas Stadium, where the fictional Miami Sharks and Dallas Knights played, respectively, have been demolished. It's like they don't even care about the fake history behind the fields!

Jerry Maguire

First, swing by Dorothy's House, and then after your agent shows you the money you can go treat yourself and your date to a nice meal at Paco's Tacos Cantina — and be sure to sit by the fish tank like Jerry and Dorothy if you can swing it.

Varsity Blues

Attempt to recreate the experience of being a super popular Varsity football star by visiting some of the Austin filming locations for the high school classic. The Landing Strip Gentleman's Club is a great place to blow off steam when your controlling coach is being too tough, or if you're not into the strip club scene (but do keep in mind, these are high school boys we're talking about) you can always grab a burger at Top Notch Hamburgers. Whipped cream bikini and terrible fake accents not included.

The Waterboy

If you're a fan of Adam Sandler movies (and don't think that he is, in fact, the devil) you can visit the real-life stadium that served as the home field for the South Central Lousiana State Mud Dogs:  Spec Martin Stadium in DeLand, Florida. Or, if your husband leaves you for a voodoo priestess he met in New Orleans, you can always get advice on the best way to exact revenge at  Marie Laveau's House of Voodoo.

Friday Night Lights (TV)

Clear eyes, full heart, can't lose. Okay, that wasn't always the case for the Dillon Panthers, but you can pay tribute to the TV show by visiting the Panther's Field (Friday Night Lights TV Show) where some of the games were shot (in the early season when it was actually about football, at least). In fact, the reason the Dillon Panthers were even called the Panthers in the first place is because that was the mascot of the high school where they were filming. 

Friday Night Lights (Movie)

The movie version portrays Odessa as a tiny little one-horse town, but that's not exactly the case: even back when the movie takes place, there were more than 250,000 people in the greater Odessa area. That adorable little downtown street from the first scene of the trailer is actually Manhattan, Kansas.

Rudy 

Of course, there's nowhere to better experience this iconic football movie than at Notre Dame Stadium (seriously, duh.) You can cheer on the underdog or just dream of hearing the crowd chanting your name as your beloved teammates carry you off the field (is that so much to ask?), but even spending even a few hours on Notre Dame's campus will give you an idea of just how much these fans love football. And make sure to say hi to Touchdown Jesus!

Blind Side

While this high school football movie takes place in Memphis, it was mostly filmed in Georgia, including (oddly enough) at Agnes Scott College, Decatur's women's college. But, (spoiler alert, but not really since this is based on a true story and we all know how it ends) the happy ending sees Michael Oher playing for Ole Miss at Vaught-Hemingway Stadium.

Longest Yard

We can't be sure what the inmates at Georgia State Prison are up to at any given moment, but I guess there's a chance that Burt Reynolds is leading a ragtag team of prisoners in a high-stakes football exhibition game against the guards (we're pretending that the 2005 Adam Sandler remake didn't happen. Plus, two Adam Sandler movies in one list is a bit much).

Brian’s Song

Contemplate one of the saddest made-for-TV movies ever (seriously, think about how it was based on a true story and try to not cry) made with a thoughtful walk (we won't tell anyone if you shed a tear or two) along Lakeshore Drive near the  John G. Shedd Aquarium.

Little Giants

Fumblerooski, fumblerooski! If you forgot just how dramatic pee-wee football can be, relive Little Giants at the field at John Burroughs High School in Burbank. Now, if only all pee-wee coaches could be more like Rick Moranis…

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By command of General Adzic, Forward Operating Base "Talon" is destroyed by a secret fleet of unmanned stealth drones. America's Army takes off the gloves and Captain Carl Reed is tasked to lead a new type of experimental combat team, Long Range Combined Arms-Recon – "Lurkers".  Together, these hand-chosen specialists will perform deep infiltration and reconnaissance, sabotage, and sustained battle maneuvers behind enemy lines, and take the fight right to Adzic's front door. Now, Reed and his new team must pick up the pieces and figure out Adzic's end game before it's too late in America's Army #7 – Make Ready

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Get Ready To See More Ads On Pinterest In 2015

Pinterest will let advertisers pay to boost the visibility of their pins, starting on January 1, the social network announced on Sunday, expanding a test program that began earlier this year.

The ads will look like regular pins — images that Pinterest users post, or “pin,” to their boards — but will include a tag that says the pin is promoted by a company. These will show up among other pins when users search for subjects or scroll through feeds for certain categories.

Users can filter out the ads after they appear by clicking an “X” in the lower-right corner of the pin.

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Promoted pins will appear in feeds but can be hidden by clicking ‘X’

Clicking the “X” gives users the option of learning more about the ad or hiding it. If you choose to hide the pin, you can give feedback on why you want it removed, a Pinterest spokesperson told The Huffington Post via email on Monday.

Pinterest launched its advertising program in June, but limited it to more than a dozen brands, including Kraft, General Mills, Nestle, Gap, ABC Family, Expedia and Lululemon.

Now Pinterest is opening up the program to all advertisers. Companies will be able to pay to promote any pin and target pins based on users’ location or sex and specific tags or topics, the New York Times reported.

Pinterest, created in 2010, now has more than 70 million users. It lets people create, collect and share items by “pinning” them to their boards. These boards can be visible just to individuals, shared between groups or made public. People can also search on Pinterest for specific tags, such as “travel” or “recipes.” The site has been valued at $ 5 billion.

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Drew Barrymore can’t wait to hit 40.

The actress and mother of two will celebrate her 40th birthday Feb. 22.

“I’m so excited,” Barrymore told E! News at a holiday party for fashion and entertainment website Refinery29, where Barrymore is editor-at-large.

“I finally feel the age that I am and I’ll tell you why—I always felt older than the number I was,” she said. “I was always too mature and adult and raising myself or running a company or I’m only 19 and I’m a homeowner. Forty feels like where I’m at. It makes sense.”

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Chats with Camper Van Beethoven’s Victor Krummenacher, The Ready Set’s Jordan Witzigreuter, Alex Orbison and More

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A Conversation with Victor Krummenacher

Mike Ragogna: El Camino Real, is the companion album and follow-up to La Costa Perdida, but what exactly was the link to that project? Was it recordings that occurred around the same time?

Victor Krummenacher: We had a bunch of recordings left over. When we made La Costa there were a lot of good things that got left off, they just didn’t end up having a home, and we thought, “We should do something about this.” It seemed like the logical continuation would be to go write a few more songs and see what we could do. We had such a distinctive theme and it was so Northern California-based, we really worked those metaphors quite a bit, but David [Lowery] and I are from Southern California and we hadn’t really worked the Southern California thing, so we thought, “Let’s just try it and see if we can adapt the songs in progress and write some new songs and just do something…” In a sense, La Costa… was fairly pastoral, there was a lot of Beach Boys influences and others that were really Northern California-centric, but David and I are from Southern California, and we definitely grew up on pretty aggressive punk rock music, there were a couple of things that were really, really punk rock that we had left off and we said, “Let’s just see if we can integrate it, because we already have these California themes, let’s just see if we can push this.” So it was a pretty simple decision, really.

MR: Is that at the heart of Camper Van Beethoven, the shared experiences of growing up in the same world as David?

VK: Yeah, I think so. That’s really how we relate. Camper Van Beethoven is like a diaspora. David lives in Athens, Georgia and Richmond, Virginia, Greg and I are like the last two California holdouts. Our drummer lives in Australia. We’re all over the place, but the thing that we really have in common is that we grew up in the same place. It’s been a lot of time, thirty one years.

MR: Your group is so geographically disparate, so what’s the recording process like?

VK: Well, we try and maximize when we’re around. Last year, I had a full time job and played seventy shows, and I’m not quite sure how I did that. It kind of seems like a dream now. But at the end of the touring cycle as we were going into the festival we had a show at Outside Lands and because Jonathan was out from Sweden and everybody was in the area we convened in Berkeley. Everyone had a couple of ideas and we wrote companion pieces–a lot of the work actually ocurred during the composition of La Costa…; we wrote those in August. Literally it was like, “Okay, we have an hour, I have a chord progression that goes like this, do you have an idea for a riff? Okay. The clock starts now, it’s one o’clock. At two o’clock we have to have a take, go.” It may sound strange, but I’m pretty trustful of our ability to write. A lot of people would do this, Richard Thompson sits in his living room, the kid sits in his basement, sometimes you just have to say, “It’s time to write!” I work in journalism, you know what a deadline is.

MR: Who do you work for?

VK: I work for Wired magazine, I manage their art department.

MR: So cool! Victor, let me ask you, when you guys listened back to the finished album, how did it strike you as a unique project, despite its association with La Costa Perdida?

VK: The record strikes me as more aggressive and more chaotic, which I think is more reflective of Los Angeles and its environment. Like I said, there’s a little darkness in La Costa Perdida but it’s kind of more rural darkness. In keeping its more pastoral feeling I think a lot of the places we were kind of psychologically living in the songs were coastal, because we spent a lot of time on the coast, and that can be a little quieter. David grew up in Redlands, I grew up in Riverside, those were hardly pastoral, it’s hotter, it’s drier, it’s meaner, it’s grittier. We both spent a lot of time living in Hollywood, so there’s a touch of–are you familiar with the Mike Davis book City Of Quartz?

MR: Yes.

VK: Yeah, so it’s more psychologically related to City Of Quartz than it is, say, Crying Of Lot 49.

MR: [laughs] That’s really cool, I love the references. When you get together for your creative sessions, does it just lead to more Camper Van Beethoven, or does it also inspire David for more work with Cracker? How extensive is your partnership with him these days?

VK: Here’s a really good example: When we were writing La Costa… and we hadn’t sat and done the really fertile four or five days of sitting and writing together but we were leading into it and we had a few pieces and were starting to get a shape for the record, David emailed me and said, “Have you got anything sitting around that’s kind of darker?” I had some things sitting around, and I sent it to him and then didn’t hear back for a long time and I was like, “Well, hell, it was a good piece of music, I’m just going to go work on something based on that,” because I do a lot of solo work. So I went and basically finished the same song, and he comes back to me maybe six months later and says, “Hey, I did this,” and I was like, “Oh.” So now we have two completely different versions of this song. That’s just the kind of things that happens. Certainly because there’s so much overflow with the bands, you never know. There are definitely things that Cracker has done that influence Camper, and there are things that Camper has done that influence Cracker. There are definitely things that both those bands have done that have influenced everybody in the band in their solo work.

One of hte things that we always do, we had this longstanding side project with the lead guitar player of Counting Crows called Monks Of Doom which is kind of the prog rock alter ego of Camper Van Beethoven where the King Crimson influences came out and time changes and really aggressive, strange music. Sometimes David is with me and he says, “We have to bring some Monks into this.” I think the older we’ve gotten we’ve started to realize at a certain point, “I’m not going to be here forever.” We’re extraordinarily lucky to be fifty and still be doing this. most people I know my age don’t do it anymore and don’t have an audience, because the music business is so screwed up. I think the biggest problem with Camper is that we have too many ideas and want to do too many things. At a certain point you have to make peace with it and find the strengths from it.

MR: Well how do you feel about the future? This is a comfortable fit and when you guys get together?

VK: Yeah, I think that’s kind of how it has to be. If I got into predicting the future I don’t think it would work anymore, it’s not a predictable business model, right? I know people who are more famous than me and have trouble getting their records out. A friend of mine took me to meet David Crosby a few weeks ago and he was basically saying the same things that we say. “I’m not making any money and this is really difficult and it’s hard to get a record out.” I look at that and go, “Wow, that’s David Crosby.” I think Camper did its part, we made some great influential music, I think we really did change how people perceived and listened to music when we were first a band and everything we’ve done since is kind of icing on the cake. My one condition with the band when we started playing together was that I don’t want to be a nostalgia act. When we get to the point where we’re a nostalgia act I’ll just not do it, you can get another bass player. We have to have new music and it has to be active. That’s my situation. It’s just kind of what works. “Where can we make some money and how can we do it?” Otherwise I just consider myself lucky. Let’s not forget the future ’cause we can’t.

MR: You guys are very proud of the work you do with Camper Van Beethoven, aren’t you?

VK: I’m very proud of the band. I’m really proud of the fact that we made good music that people still like. One of the things I’m most proud of is how much it means to people. It’s almost a weird burden on some level because every set we have to play “Take The Skinheads Bowling,” but we have people come and they bring their children and the children are adults now and they sing along and say, “I grew up on this music.” To have it still be relevant to people and play “All Her Favorite Fruit” and someone starts crying, it’s pretty touching to have been part of it and that it means so much to–it’s not a big group of people but we have a small but dedicated group of people. I put out a solo record and five hundred people will buy it. That’s not a lot, but it keeps it going. A lot of people just can’t do that anymore. There are a lot of things I wish were different, I wish the music business still existed, I wish that people weren’t completely pressurized into being on the road, I wish people cared about albums and content and didn’t look at their phones so much and spent more time reading books, but you can’t change that stuff. You just can’t do it.

MR: Victor, what advice do you have for new artists?

VK: My advice is to do whatever you want to, because that’s what I did. Put your heart and soul into it and mean it and don’t compromise. Just don’t do it. When I make a record, it doesn’t matter who I’m making a record with, these conversations come up where we’re talking about compromising for the record company or other people’s tastes and I’ll disengage. I’m not interested. Your art has to have your complete integrity and if it doesn’t there’s just no point.

MR: Do you have any favorites?

VK: You know, I have my favorites. The Virgin that Camper did were re-released by Omnivore earlier this year and as a result I went and relistened to them and I feel really, really strongly proud of those records, I think they were really well xecuted, they were very hard to make and it was a very hard time to be in the band but I think they really stand up and they should last and serve as influential records. The first Camper record we had no idea what we were doing. It’s like The Modern Lovers’ first records, they didn’t know what they were doing, they hadn’t got a clue, it was still completely unique. I think there’s some great Cracker records, I think Kerosene Hat is pretty marvelous still and I think that Golden Age is really quite amazing. I think La Costa… just kind of proved that were still totally violent and creative, maybe long after the fact that people had said, “Are they going to be like ‘X’ and not play anything but the first few records?” It’d been eight years since we put out a record and I think if you want to dig deep there’s a lot of cool stuff in the solo realm from pretty much everybody. If you want to get deep with Camper stuff there’s a lot of places to go and I think there’s a lot more good music in there than just the high points that people know.

MR: One of the interesting things about Camper Van Beethoven is that it’s always cited as having been influential. Do you think that’s true?

VK: Oh yeah, I think so. I think you see it in Pavement, I think you see it in Cake, that kind of absurdist sense of humor that seems to percolate through culture, people were very earnest when we came along. The whimsical bands were either like the B-52s which was pretty camp or things like The Fibonaccis who were this Los Angeles new wave art rock band. It was all either very campy or very esoteric and high brow and we were just kind of a circus which harkened back maybe more to things like Country Joe & The Fish or some other sixties bands where there was a little bit more of an educated mindset but not elitist, you know? We’re from the suburbs. One of the first reviews that I remeber that really rubbed me the wrong way was Spin magazine saying of Telephone Free Landslide Victory, “Don’t these guys realize there’s no culture in the suburbs?” [laughs] It still pisses me off. What a really, really horribly arrogant thing to say. There’s a lot of culture. Culture is where humans are. Just because it’s suburban… I think what we did is that we opened up the door to not being from “the right place.” We’re from Santa Cruz, we’re from Redlands, we’re from Riverside, we weren’t from San Francisco, we weren’t from New York, we weren’t from LA. In the way that R.E.M. was from Athens we were able to do a California analogue. There was a lot of affinity for bands at the time like The Minutemen and the Meat Puppets and things like that, like all good revolutionary groups we didn’t sit and talk about it, we just kind of did it. But we understood the kindship, I think we all instinctively understood where we were coming from and what we were doing.

MR: You also played with Cracker. What do you think about Cracker?

VK: They’re recording some stuff right now and I really want to hear it but he hasn’t played it for me. I mean, I’ve been busy and he’s been busy too, it’s a nudge, but I’m not really pissed about it. When the band broke up it was a bitter breakup and I was very much off in a different world, I didn’t much care for what they were doing because I wasn’t listening to it. When David and I reconciled I had to go listen to it and learn how to play it and my respect for it went way up. There’s a lot of subtlety and a lot of nuance to what they’re doing. When Cracker’s at its very best it’s got a lot more going on than I think first meets the eye, I think people always see it dumbed down compared to Camper but it’s not, it’s actually slyer than that, it’s smarter than that and musicall, especially, there are certain people who rplayed in that band who did remarkable work. It’s pretty deep. It’s a longstanding relationship. I still don’t always get along with or agree with David, that’s just how that works, but if you don’t have a tension then nothing goes on. If we all agreed… The last thing I want to do as a creative person is go into a situation where everybody agrees. It never works.

MR: And what two brothers haven’t fought with each other?

VK: Exactly.

MR: Is there anything else you’d like to mention?

VK: No, just that in regards to El Camino Real, we didn’t really plan on having a record out so quickly and we’re all kind of happy that we did. It’s nice that it’s working.

Transcribed By Galen Hawthorne

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A Conversation with Alex Orbison

Mike Ragogna: There are so many releases oriented around your dad’s work and his catalog right now, and one of the major releases is the deluxe edition of Mystery Girl. What was your participation in that and how do you like the end result?

Alex Orbison: Well, Mystery Girl Deluxe happens to fall on the twenty fifth anniversary of the annual release. My brothers and I put this together, we all had our parts. I directed the documentary Mystery Girl Unraveled, which is the camera part to this. We started with archive footage that was very strong. A bunch of it we did not know that we actually had, there were recordings that we’d found in the last two years that really made the documentary appealing for us. We have behind the scenes footage of the guys recording all through Mike Hammel’s Garage and then in Rumbo studios with archive interviews from and Tom Petty and Mike Campbell and Steve Cropper among others. We’re really, really proud of that. On the audio side, we have nine bonus tracks which are studio demos and in studio jams more or less. Some of them are just the band and my dad running through the songs before they were doing the takes, and then we actually have very intimate demos that are blue box recordings from my dad. Out of those, one of them has never been heard before. One of those songs had such a beautiful sound, but the tape was unlistenable, so we used new technology to go and scoop out just the vocal and be able to turn that up and put new instrumentation on it.

My brothers and I are all musicians, so my brothers and John Carter Cash and I played on it and then my brothers and I sang backup and John Carter coproduced it with us at the Cash Cabin in Hendersonville, Tennessee. There’s so much to this deluxe package and the forty page booklet that has a five thousand word essay and never before seen photos and all the original artwork. We tried to only add and not take away, keep things in that original format from the late eighties. It’s been very exciting. We’re really, really pleased with what we came back with. The expression is, “Everything but the kitchen sink,” we’ve been calling this “The kitchen sink.” We just wanted to see how much we could put on a CD and with the documentary we just started where we started and did it primarily for the fans. It’s a real nice little piece.

MR: Can you tell me the story of Mystery Girl? Were there any surprises about your father when you went through the archives?

AO: The footage is very, very candid at the Mike Campbell studio. It was just a camera that they set up because the control room was in a guest bedroom and my dad was recording in the garage. The footage is very candid and the personal details we all remember very, very clearly but the actual technique that they used to record Mystery Girl and specifically “You Got It” and the Mike Campbell songs, this stuff came out sounding so amazing and they were literally in the garage and they liked the sound underneath the light that goes on the motor that pulls the garage door up. So they would literally pull the cars out and set up everything from my dad’s vocal to the drums and they would just go for it right there in that garage. I knew that they did some stuff there but I didn’t know that they did everything there, and that was very, very surprising to me. Also “She’s A Mystery To Me” with Bono and the Edge, we remember Bono coming by the house and seeing him and discussion was a big deal, but I did not know that Bono had gotten my dad into the big drum room at Rumbo studios. He had his guitar amp in that big room with the drums going and my dad singing the vocal and I had no idea that they had such an unorthodox approach. They had the chance to go to the big studio that was all polished and they huddled in one room like it was the garage.

So the intimacy and the actual technique they used was so much different than anything that I’d imagined while listening to the end results of “You Got It” and “She’s A Mystery” and the actual polish on the record. There’s also TV footage from the Netherlands, a guy who came and interviewed my dad and there’s footage of the song “In The Real World,” it had aired in the Netherlands but I had never seen it. I ended up seeing it on YouTube some time in the last year and contacted them and got that footage. To have a live performance of my dad singing one of these special songs was really incredible. I’ll go on about the record: Mystery Girl was started in 1985, in late ’84 Jeff Lynne came to Hendersonville, Tennessee, where we lived at the time, where Johnny Cash fell in the lake. He wanted to get together with my dad and talk about doing some recording and writing some songs and putting a record together. We had moved to Malibu, California within a year and when we got to Malibu my dad started to put together a team with a publicist and start recording other stuff that was not the new record. He did Class Of ’55 with Johnny Cash, Carl Perkins and Jerry Lee Lewis and then he went and re-recorded his greatest hits because Monument, the label that put them out originally went bankrupt and the fans were unable to get those recordings of the classics.

He was doing that and David Lynch had put “In Dreams” into Blue Velvet. He went and recorded “In Dreams” with T-Bone Burnett and T-Bone was introduced and my dad signed with Virgin records at the same time. Then they recorded the first song from Mystery Girl sometime in 1987, I want to say. Right around then they had the “The Comedians” and the black and white special, and that was a good glimpse at what Mystery Girl would look like live as well. The first songs were done with T Bone Burnett and then at that point I think T Bone had another project and my dad sent out for Jeff Lynne again and Jeff did a little part on “You Got It” and “California Blue.” Then The Travelling Wilburys happened and that footage ended up in the documentary. In “California Blue,” George Harrison shows up…then The Travelling Wilburys happened right in the middle of my dad’s record. Jeff also did a song that they wrote together called “A Love So Beautiful,” they did that during the Travelling Willburys while normal people were sleeping Jeff had constructed that song and my dad sang it in one take, there’s a beautiful piece on that in the documentary. After the Travelling Wilburys my dad came back and grabbed Mike Campbell and they went into Rumbo studios and cut the song “Windsurfer” that my dad wrote with Bill [Dees], a song calleed “In The Real World,” the last song on the album “Careless Heart” was done there as well and then after that Bono had come up with his song and they went back to Rumbo and they had a magical tracking session there, Bono and my dad and Jim Keltner as the drummer, you can hear it on that tape, it’s magical. My brother Wesley actually wrote the last recorded song on the album, it’s called “The Only One.”

My dad had talked to Wes, who had started writing songs, and he submitted three songs and my dad picked “The Only One.” My dad had closed out that record with my brother’s recording, basically it was Roy Orbison and the Heartbreakers, he used Tom Petty’s band for a lot of this stuff but that one was from Memphis Hall so it ended up being a really special track for us. That was late in 1988, sometime around November, so my dad spent a couple weeks out mixing and mastering all of the songs with the different producers. My mom and dad actually produced “In The Real World” and Mike Campbell did all the other songs and Jeff lynne and T-Bone worked on it and even all the different engineers were different for that. To get everything into one sound my dad spent a long time doing the mixing and mastering himself. It’s interesting because over time people have imagined that my dad cut the record and went back to the Wilburys because they had become so successful and that he passed the record off to someone else, but my dad actually had the test pressings from Mystery Girl and played it for everyone that he saw by the end of November there. That was a really great page from the documentary, I wanted to show how much fun everyone was having and what a great experience it was in the making of the actual record. It really ended up being a nice timeline and I was surprised by how much footage we had of my dad through this time.

MR: At that point in time, Roy Orbison had almost never been more famous.

AO: It was wonderful that he had made a point to be more publically visible. As contemporary as he tried to be, he ended up making a record that sounded totally classic. If you listen to this next to the other albums of the time there’s not a lot of that eighties funky electronic heavy synth keyboards and stuff. It really was magical, the genesis of it was very organic and I think the timing was just right. I think everyone knew it was going to be a big deal and they felt it was going to do well. It was amazing. Personally, I attribute a lot of this to the move to Malibu, California. There were always people who came by Hendersonville because Hendersonville was a little beacon of safety when you’re touring. Nashville is centrally located so if you end up in Kentucky or somewhere then why not drive the extra three or four hours on the bus? For someone like Bob Dylan to come to Hendersonville in the middle of a tour happened a lot, but when we lived in Malibu people started to realize, “Hey, Roy Orbison’s in town, why don’t we just call him and get him over here?” Everything from hearing Bruce Springsteen sing Happy Birthday to my dad and my dad during the national anthem and going to the Hard Rock for just random parties and stuff. He was getting out and being a public figure which hadn’t really happened for quite some time. It was part of his diligence to get out there and be seen and also put together the right team to get there.

MR: Was Roy aware of his contribution to culture? And how did you view your dad’s place in music history?

AO: You know, when I was very, very young I could tell that were just a different type of family, and we were, even outside of my dad. It just seemed like we were all different from other people. Then I started to realize around age four or five that my dad was really special and the nature of his performances were so increidble that I was a fan from that point on, I went to all of those shows from that point on just to go see him do his thing and hit those high notes. It was such a spectacle and an event, every time he would start off on “Running Scared” and get to those high notes, it was like watching a stunt. It almost seemed like it couldn’t be real. With the writing at home and the people coming by and the work that was being done, that was so steady through my life that all seemed very normal. It’s funny that you mentioned Chris Isaac, I remember Chris coming by the house and he was with us for a couple of days, literally he would come by mid morning and we would have lunch together and he would sit around the table with us at dinner time and he and my dad would walk across the street to the beach and talk and have guitars and they would go over stuff. There was definitely time spent with so many people in that manner that it all just seemed really normal. It’s amazing, the amount of people tha tmy dad touched throughout his life all the way from Nashville, Tennessee, producing people through the sixties, I went through his schedule, he would be touring and then I’d see these albums that my dad produced and I would look back and say, “Wait a minute, that was when ‘Pretty Woman’ was out on the charts for four weeks,” because it hit the number one slot twice, once at the end of summer and then again in fall. In the interim my dad went back to Nasvhille and produced another band’s album and went back when “Pretty Woman” hit number one again. So seeing the scope of the work and the extent of it is really incredible. My dad’s opinion on it, he was a humble, gentle soul, and in the documentary we made I think we relayed that more than probably had ever been seen before.

His expressions about people’s admiration, he’d say a lot of these things, but I know he was deeply touched by all that. It is really amazing because these people that my dad touched ended up resurfacing and joining around him and being the creative base that my dad was able to use to have his resurgence and really creatively have the most freedom that he had ever had and be the most effective with that absolute freedom of creativity. He was in admiration of them and the thing that I find interesting is that everyone was on equal footing and my dad just saw eye to eye. It’s Jeff Lynne, my dad and Mike Campbell and everyone had an equal vote and it was just really democratic and easygoing. I saw Bono and my dad writing together and they were just like two guys. There was no before or after, everyone was just right in that moment and working as a team. It’s a great thing to be able to see a little bit of that.

MR: You talked abour Chris Isaac, I wish we had gotten to see a duet between them.

AO: Yeah, yeah. And when my dad and Chris actually toured together with Dizzy Gilespie, Chris opened up in Saratoga, California. I’d say that was 1987, so things were really cracking. My dad had started recording and the k.d. lang duet was the last thing of that nature before my dad was a hundred percent concentrated on making the new stuff. The duet with Chris would not have come until probably the end of ’90 or even ’91, it would have taken another year for my dad to slow down from putting together Mystery Girl and the next new album that he was really excited about. So yeah, it does seem like a missed opportunity, but when you look back through the career–I saw a picture of my dad and Otis Redding on the same plane and they were talking about doing “The Big O’s” because that was both of their nicknames. They laughed about that, they became friends so fast on that plane ride that they had planned to do a “Big O’s” record. If you start following that “lost opportunity” thing you can really go down a wormhole. [laughs]

MR: I just mean to say that it’s like the James Taylor and Carly Simon album that never happened, moments in history that would have been terrific.

AO: Oh of course. I completely understand. There’s several of his friends that I wonder, “Why didn’t that happen?” but we do have more of those things that are relatively unknown, Roy Orbison penned songs that Jerry Lee Lewis and Buddy Holly cut, and the connection with the Johnny Cash songs and stuff that’s not far back, when it comes to light it’s really cool to piece together these pictures. Part of what we’ve done with the Mystery Girl Unraveled is get a good visual representation of what was going on and chronicle it in the liner notes. It’s really the first time that this part of the career has ever been in order from 1985 until my dad passed away, because everything did happen so fast. It’s really cool to see the way everything unfolded.

MR: Alex, what advice do you have for new artists? And what do you think your dad might have had as advice for new artists?

AO: I think being a new artist is almost tougher now than it was before. I would say that being able to change with the game is very important, but you have to maintain integrity through that, so that’s a real fine line to be able to do. I know my dad started as a lead guitar player in the middle of the fifties and did that exclusively and then was singing a little bit and then quit and became a songwriter and not a performer until he pitched a song to Elvis Presley and that song was called “Only The Lonely.” Elvis asked my dad if he could come by the next day. It was very late at night so my dad drove all the way to Nasville and cut “Only The Lonely” himself and ended up having the smash hit wigtht hat that changed his career forever. That kind of thing is good, to stay malleable but also have integrity and know if your position changes or whatever your creative outlet is or even your instrument or anything, I was a drummer for years and years and I had tried to learn as much as I could about the music industry and it’s really paying off now that I’m taking care of my dad’s stuff. It’s very helpful to know both sides of the coin. My dad’s thing was “Practice, practice, practice.” He told it to me, he told it to Roy Junior and he told it to Wesley. I said, “I’m practicing three or four hours a day,” I was practicing much more than that usually but he would say, “I would do eight hours a day of singing and we would have rehearsals before that,” so my dad was singing as much as twelve hours a day through the fifties and early sixties.

Practice does make perfect and for us that was the only way to get there. So I know that’s what my dad would say because that’s what he told me. I got to the point where I played the drums so much it affected my school performance. So that’s the clear cut path to doing it: Start with that and get that strong base of really going over stuff. But it’s almost like the stock market; you need to diversify your practice, there’s practice at home where you’re practicing your instrument and your craft and then there’s practice with a band which is rehearsal and preproduction for a record is super, super important. I could hear that through my dad’s stuff, we would work on it before he would record it and really try to figure it out and then practicing the final product and going on the road with it. There’s a lot of practice involved, I think.

MR: Van Halen had a hit with “Pretty Woman” and others have covered your dad’s material. What did Roy and your family think of some of the covers that have been recorded over the years? What were his thoughts on the finished results?

AO: We had the Van Halen “Pretty Woman” single. My dad listened to that a lot because the big stereo was in the living room. When he came home I don’t even know if he was aware of it yet because we had caught onto it very quickly. He thought it was great. He was always quoted as saying, “Imitation is the sincerest form of flattery,” so when people would recreate his music it was a way that the music was living on and having younger fans hear it and it was just the highest form of compliment. With all the people have cut his songs, it’s a pretty wide swath from Ronstadt and MacLean in the seventies all the way to newer bands and people you would never imagine to cut Roy Orbison songs. I think the number of covers is in the thousands, twenty five hundred or thirty five hundred different versions of different songs in different languages that we’ve collected over the years. It’s really amazing. He was very, very flattered by that and I think that’s another nice part of his nature as a person.

MR: What do you think might have been or was his favorite song that he’d ever written or recorded? And what did your family like the most?

AO: We were all so goo goo over Mystery Girl, probably because I know that he enjoyed all of the songs immensely. The fun thing to me was the actual parts of the songs. There’s a song called “California Blue” and Jeff Lynne has this light effect in the back, the name of it is actually “Bubbles” but it doesn’t sound like bubles. My dad was singing the vocal part and then when they finished the song it wasn’t really in there. You can actually hear him humming it in the documentary. When Jeff mixed the albums he put this little ascending keyboard part that goes up and my dad was just tickled pink with the bubbles, that was all he talked about for days. He would play it and just listen to it. I think he was missing the forest for the trees, he focused on the little things that were making these songs that he was comfortable with and enjoyed. The little things made it for him. I think that’s a little different than looking back in retrospect and saying, “This song was my favorite.” I know that the earlier works were such masterpieces, my dad wasn’t really like that, though, he didn’t really look back. He wasn’t ever thinking about “The glory days,” he was always focused on moving forward, especially with recording. It’s great that the newer songs had such similarities, the essence of “California Blue” is somewhat “Blue Bayou”-ish, and that kind of matches with the up tempo-ness of “Pretty Woman” and “In The Real World” is what happens in the real world and “In Dreams” is the other side of that. There is a kinship to the earlier stuff. They’re little tips of the hat to each other, but now that twenty five years has gone by, looking back in retrospect and seeing how this mystery girl album has stood up over time, I was just in Europe last week and I met several people that knew “You Got It” but didn’t know the name Roy Orbison or the song “Pretty Woman,” but I said, “You Got It,” and they said, “Oh, yeah, yeah!” and I said, “That’s Roy Orbison.” That’s really amazing to me.

MR: What do you think is the Roy Orbison legacy?

AO: The Roy Orbison legacy moving on from here?

MR: Yeah, how do you think he will be remembered decades from now?

AO: I hope that in a decade from now more people know who Roy Orbison is than ever before. I believe it’s possible, and all joking aside it’s pretty remarkable, he’s got very good days ahead, and we three brothers have been having good days. It’s very important to us.

MR: Is there anything else that we should know about Roy Orbison? Something that didn’t even go in your documentary?

AO: He was absolutely the funniest guys in my entire life. Having the dark glasses and the dark hair, that wouldn’t be the first thing that you thought, but it’s true. Aside from being one of the most special and overall really nice across the board people, you never find someone of that stature, where one hundred percent of the stories we got back were about how nice he was, even people who had casual encounters with him in airport halls all the way up to Jeff Lynne it was consistent and that is really amazing. That’s something that normal people wouldn’t know because these are all stories that have come back to me one by one, but it’s amazing to go through everything he went through and do the things he did and still be a good guy.

Transcribed By Galen Hawthorne

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A Conversation with The Ready Set’s Jordan Witzigreuter

Mike Ragogna: Jordan, your latest album The Bad And The Better was produced by Ian Kirkpatrick. What’s the band’s process in the studio like with him?

Jordan Witzigreuter: My process with Ian is very laid back. I had already finished a lot of the songs before going into the studio with him, so it was a lot of editing and double checking to make sure we agreed that everything was written as cohesively as possible, and honing in on small production things. We wrote and produced couple of songs from scratch as well, so the process really varied on a song-by-song basis. Ian is great at making sure that I don’t get too carried away on one idea, and explore every other possible way of phrasing or delivering something before I commit.

MR: Can you take us on a tour of the album’s material, like what was it like writing the material and do any songs have an unusual or particularly unique origin?

JW: I wrote a bunch of songs–70 or so–over the past 2 years, and only a few of those 70 were even considered for this album. I tend to like a song when I finish it, give it a week, and then I’m over it, so the ones that made the cut were the ones I still felt passionately about. The album is about 40% of those songs, and 60% songs I wrote in the studio while recording. As far as origin goes, I actually finished the song “Fangz” quite a while after the album was finished, and I didn’t know if I planned on using it as a TRS song or as something to pitch to someone else. When I switched labels, from Warner Brothers to Razor & Tie, I had to chance to change things, add songs, and go back through the music to make sure the album was what I wanted it to be. I remembered Fangz and thought “this song is kind of weird for me, and I know there would be no way it would have been approved before, but I don’t have to worry about that now”. I recorded and produced it myself at my place in LA instead of at a studio. It was strangely liberating to just make a decision like that without having to get approval from 100 different people. At the end of the day, I think my fans will like it, so it makes sense to me.

MR: Do you have a favorite cut among the tracks, which is it and why does it resonate with you?

JW: My favorite song is “Are We Happy Now?” It’s about me chasing these external forms of validation for happiness–crowd sizes, song sales, chart position, radio play, etc etc. Those are all really important things of course, but when you’re someone who has always been very goal-oriented, those things can become huge weights, especially if they don’t live up to your hopes and expectations. It reached a point where even if something amazing happened, I would be too caught up in worrying about next step toward reaching an “ultimate goal” to even appreciate it. The craziest part is that chances are, that goal would shift to something else as soon as it was obtained. In the simplest sense, it’s about stopping to smell the flowers. The present moment is where you find happiness, because that’s all we actually have, and it is amazing. The future is always going to be the future.

MR: What is it about the themes within The Bad And The Better that you can relate to the most?

JW: The best way for me to describe the overall theme within The Bad And The Better is to explain why I named the album that. The Bad And The Better symbolizes perspective. There is an inherent element of bad in every good, and of good in every bad. It’s all in the way you choose to see it. The idea of that comes through in some of the songs, like “Higher,” “Are We Happy Now,” “Bleeding,” etc.. When I was writing the album, perspective and my decision of how to interpret things shaped a huge turning point for me as a person.

MR: When you look back at the guy whose band had a hit with I’m Alive, I’m Dreaming five years ago, what are some of the biggest challenges and biggest evolution you’ve had since then?

JW: I feel like I learned how to write songs again. I had a loose grasp of how to write a song 5 years ago. Now I am more confident, but I’m still learning. I got to write with incredible people, like JR Rotem, RedOne, some of RX Songs camp, and a ton of others. Every session i would go into would feel like class for me. I started touring straight out of high school and didn’t go to college, but after spending all that time working with incredible people, I feel like I attended some kind of “real-world-experience-songwriting-college”. I’m really lucky I was able to do that- it taught me how to trim the fat on songs, how to make the best parts stand out, and really edit myself while I write and work on tracks.

MR: What are a couple of your favorite moments of The Ready Set journey so far?

JW: My favorite moment of all was probably the first time playing at an arena. it was a radio festival in Minneapolis, it was sold out at 14,000. We opened the show, but had never played to more than 2,000 people up until that point. The funny thing is that I had no idea it was even that big of a show, like I didn’t put it in perspective until I walked out on stage. 2 years prior I was playing to 50 people. I felt really lucky. Another awesome moment was getting to play in Manila–I had no idea I had fans overseas, let alone ones as passionate as them. You really feel a lot of love in other countries.

MR: You went on tour with Maroon 5 and other major acts which initially got you big visibility. Do you return the favor and try to help out bands or acts that are just starting out?

JW: I love bringing smaller bands on tour. The first time I got to be a part of a real tour was with Boys Like Girls headlining. They treated us so incredibly well–their crew helped us with gear, their sound guy ran sound for us, and they definitely didn’t have to do those things. I always hope that after a band tours with us they feel that we treated them well. It’s not as common as you might think, but it really does go a long way to be as nice to everyone on the road as possible. When you treat people poorly, word spreads like wildfire.

MR: Jordan, what advice do you have for new artists?

JW: Put 100% of your energy into making it happen for you. Ignore all naysayers, spend all your time on your art, and fully devote yourself to it. Have a plan and a goal in sight, and do everything you can to convince yourself of it’s reality. Don’t worry about how you will make it out of your current circumstance to succeed, just do everything you can where you are at that time to get yourself closer to where you want to be. It’s always a step-by-step process. Don’t get caught up in let downs or failures, everything is part of the journey. The seemingly worst situations make the best stories down the road, usually!

MR: What musical or creative goals do you have for The Ready Set?

JW: I actually have just started getting really excited about the idea of starting the writing process for the next album. I have a lot of things I want to do, and I think the door is really open for me right now. I have an amazing team with my management and new label Razor & Tie, and I think creatively, everybody is truly on the same page in a big way. My goal has always been pretty simple–put out music I love, play that music for as many people as I can, and maintain the same excitement and passion I felt when I started this. Right now I am pretty excited.

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According to Loves It’s Jenny Parrot…

“‘Dancin” is about the journey of a young emotionally vulnerable woman who goes out to find love and to try and fufill her potential. More specifically, it’s an autobiographical song about my first love, my music, my dreams and the loss, crisis and ultimate resolution that followed.

“My first love was a wonderful musician who invited me to move away to Nebraska and front my first band. It felt like someone had given me the helm of an awesome fireworks show. The problem was that everyone seemed to notice that he was an alcoholic but me. I was 19-years-old, and had been raised by an alcoholic mom with similar behavior.

“My dad didn’t want me to go, but my boyfriend was the first to see the singer and songwriter in me that I wanted to see in myself. But, when he wasn’t sober, he did the things that we know addicts do and I didn’t manage to face it until the end. My dad saw this from the beginning, but I was so caught up with being in love.

“I was blind at the time, but in the end there was resolution: the song concludes on a compromise between father and daughter where he shows his love and approval by buying her dancing shoes. I dreamed my dad took me shopping, and it meant that everything was okay and he could rest somewhat assured that I wouldn’t make any more horrible romantic decisions. In the actual dream the shoes my Dad bought me were bright orange platforms!”


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