1. Lost Boyz? via Hollywood 
http://bit.ly/1eO2NHr
  2. foodandwine:

© Cedric Angeles
DIY Happy Hour: This version of a Michelada—the Mexican cocktail made with beer, lime and spices—is made with spicy homemade jalapeño-infused vodka instead of beer.
Recipe: Vodka Micheladas

Buenos Cocktails! For you weekend March Madness tipple! Man up with a Michelada
  3. Community - Dean Pelton Raps - YouTube

    Greendale Knowledge from Dean Pelton. Priceless!

  4. Watch Saturday Night Live: Piers Morgan Cold Open online | Free | Hulu

    Beginning at 1:40sec, Cynthia McKinnon is priceless as Beiber. Sometimes opposite gender doing characterizations is legit, because the comedian can deftly show what makes the character funny, not just match the specs.

  5. Something’s you out grow.
  6. Via Okayplayer: http://www.okayplayer.com/news/cartoon-barry-white-talks-origin-stories-love-making-video.html#.Us7523i9Kc1
  7. My Favorite Year -- Rooftop scene - YouTube

    Remembering Peter O’Toole - Great actor and even better comedic actor.

  8. Peanut Butter & Jelly Popcorn 
see recipe. http://www.somethingswanky.com/peanut-butter-and-jelly-popcorn/
  9. The Daily Show - Frisky Buisness

    Frisky Business. The case for white collar Stop -n- Frisk is a good joke. Jessica Williams is funny at being outraged about this ‘real criminal’, but even more revealing to me is the worded contexts. Who we are to perceive as a criminal, and the way John Oliver and Jessica give all of the many over used objections to and advocations for the system of stop and frisk and who it affects. All past conversations for this unjust procedure have only been to solidify in people’s minds what is to be considered culturally criminal. Young men (of color) in types of urban clothing in certain areas, don’t have to be the only culture model. White men in tailored suits in upper east side neighborhoods or on Wall St. Both have a perceived image, and can equally be criminal.

  10. Glad I got this done.