DOUCHEBLOG: “Yes, oh yes, yes” and other douchetastic lunchroom discourse

February 3, 2010 • 3
In my first post in this series on douchism, I want to explain my purpose. Anyone who has been to Yale, either as a student or a visitor, knows there is a great deal of douchebaggery here. You cannot walk a block without seeing someone who looks like a doucher, or hearing something incredibly douchey. »

Notable Quotables: 12.14.09

December 14, 2009 • 0
As final exams wear on, scenesters submit favorite quotes from their current studying endeavors. “I’ve been in the movie business since 1982, produced fourteen, fifteen movies. I’m used to all forms of deception and manipulation, but to have someone just outright chew your face, basically say, ‘I’m gonna fuck you because I can,’ that was »

Ewoks, Celloboxing, Papa

November 11, 2009 • 0
Max Lanman recommends the videos of the day. Ewoks on the Today Show On Halloween, apparently the Today show thought it would be good to not only show people how to make alcoholic drinks, but also to have little people dressed as Ewoks help them. Ewoks. Booze. Dancing. Al Roker. Watch and be amazed: Kevin »

A 26-mile run can’t kill. Right, Pheidippides?

April 4, 2008 • 0
Most people look at “Run Fatboy Run” and either laugh about the title or say, “Oh it has that guy from ‘Hot Fuzz’ in it. I never saw ‘Hot Fuzz.’ It’s, like, a British comedy, right?” Unfortunately, this means that in the States, David Schwimmer’s directorial debut is a box office bomb. Yes, this also »

NBC ‘Quarterlife’ proves short-lived

March 7, 2008 • 0
Most people catch up with their favorite network television shows online, but how many people get the chance to watch their favorite Internet series on television? “Quarterlife,” a Web-television series created by Marshall Herskovitz and Edward Zwick, was recently acquired by NBC and premiered last Tuesday, Feb. 26 at the 10 p.m. slot. After garnering »

Yalies gawk at celebs, win big at Oscar parties

February 22, 2008 • 0
The writers’ strike has finally ended and, come next Sunday, America will celebrate the 80th annual Academy Awards. While the Oscars draw millions of viewers across the nation every year, this year’s show seems to be more highly anticipated than any before it. Coming off the 100-day drought-of-television, Americans are looking forward to seeing some »

Yalies strut their stuff for a cause

February 15, 2008 • 0
Two weeks ago, the first production of the Sex Week at Yale Lingerie Show — one of the most popular events in past Sex Weeks — was suddenly canceled. With the schedule already printed and released on all Sex Week material, Dani McDonnough ’09, who led scheduling and production of Sex Week, had to find »