WHAT SHOULD I BE DOING INSTEAD OF THIS?
 
September 23rd, 2011 By Eli Johnson | The Morning After |

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Fox can't stop, won't stop making Kiefer programs with Kiefer Sutherland killing terrorists. A new show, Touch, was created and written by Tim Kring, the guy who did Heroes. Alongside big Kief will be Danny Glover, who is reportedly not too old for this shit. The show has Kiefer trying to connect with his mute son and soon discovers he has the "ability to see things that no one else can and the patterns that connect seemingly unrelated events."

Sounds original enough.


So instead of trying to verbally communicate with his son, Sutherland teams up with a professor (Danny Glover) to "decipher the meaning and connect the numbers to the cast of characters whose lives they affect."


This should read: "Do your goddamned homework."

The Heavy stopped by KCRW studios in Los Angeles and performed a few songs. Here's a video of the British Blues Rock bad boys performing The Rolling Stones' "Harlem Shuffle.”

Elton John is producing Rocketman, a biopic about himself because he's apparently spent all the money he received from Goodbye Yellow Brick Road.

Arnold Schwarzenegger is writing an "unbelievably true" memoir called, Total Recall: My Unbelievably True Life Story.

Common and Nas are working on a joint album. Common's own The Dreamer, The Believer drops Nov. 22.

Concerns over a plane crash in Mason turned out to actually just be a prop on the grounds of The Beach water park.

It's Jason Alexander's birthday.

 
 
09.23.2011 at 03:50 Reply

The roots of the Rolling Stones’ “Harlem Shuffle” are not uptown in New York City; instead, the dance was created 3,000 miles away in Los Angeles by R&B duo Bob & Earl. Rockaeology at http://bit.ly/oWUUcj tells how Bobby Relf and Earl Nelson co-wrote the tune, which was covered by the Stones in 1986. Keith Richards said it was a track that took “five years and two takes to get Mick to sing.”

 

 
 
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