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Aerosmith’s Steven Tyler tells us the life cycle of his clothing & accessories: “When I found a good shirt, I wore it to death until it turned into a rag, and I hung it from the mike stand. Then I turned that into a scarf, and that scarf turned into something else. At first, it hurt so much to think that someone might feel that it wasn’t cool, but I went, F—k it. I didn’t care what people thought.”
[Photo: Kevin Mazur / WireImage-Getty Images]

Aerosmith’s Steven Tyler tells us the life cycle of his clothing & accessories: “When I found a good shirt, I wore it to death until it turned into a rag, and I hung it from the mike stand. Then I turned that into a scarf, and that scarf turned into something else. At first, it hurt so much to think that someone might feel that it wasn’t cool, but I went, F—k it. I didn’t care what people thought.”

[Photo: Kevin Mazur / WireImage-Getty Images]

If you’re going to call yourself a news network, then cover the news.

Rachel Sklar, MSNBC criticized for response to terrorism story (via soupsoup / winstonwolfe)

Why is the WaPo preferred style “Web site” instead of website? I find this highly irritating. I just checked and the New York Times does it too so I’m sure everyone else must but can we change this please? I think it looks sofa king wee todd head.

(via katiebakes)


<CRANKY NWK COPY DESK> It’s a Web site because it’s a proper noun, part of the World Wide Web</CRANKY NWK COPY DESK>