Feitelberg’s dream girl dropped off a 2 hour long live set for BBC1′s Essential Radio on Saturday, and tonight you get the full recording as well as a free download.
House of Blues
July 19th, 2013 8:00 PM
Atlantic City Convention Center
Atlantic City, NJ
July 20th, 2013 9:00 PM
Dunkin Donuts Center
September 20th, 2013 7:00 PM
September 21st, 2013 6:00 PM
September 27th, 2013 8:00 PM
June 17, 2013 - June 23, 2013
Introducing Alanna from Florida State. Perfect end to a Monday. Let’s get those FSU smokes rolling in. Tips@barstoolu.com, names and Facebook links.
Daily Mail- A student who couldn’t afford to pay rent bought a boat to live on while studying at university – and saved himself £5,600. Physical geography student, Joe Pearce, 23, bought the 42-year-old yacht online for £800, the equivalent of two months’ rent. He lived aboard the 23-foot Falmouth Gypsy class boat in a boatyard for 14 months while studying for his masters at Aberystwyth University. Mr Pearce said: ‘When I was studying for my masters I realised I couldn’t afford to keep living in a flat. I was sharing a flat with my girlfriend, and we would split the £100-a-week rent between us. ‘But when we broke up I would have had to pay around 400 pounds a month by myself. So I then came up with a crazy idea to buy a boat to live on.’ The boat had a 1970 engine and the tallest part of the boat was 5ft and Mr Pearce found it difficult to move around as he’s almost 6ft. Mr Pearce said: ‘I kept it at the Ynyslas boatyard, eight miles outside of Aberystwyth and I would cycle to and from university to save money. “The boat was the talk of the town and I’d also host boat parties on it.”
BBC – A university drinking society that cancelled a “sexist” female jelly wrestling contest, has been branded “immature” over a stunt involving a giant inflatable phallus. A jelly-filled pool was installed at Sunday’s party, but a sign read “please refrain from wrestling in our jelly”.
Cambridge’s all-male Magdalene College Wyverns Society also had an inflatable phallus bronco ride. A critic of the wrestling said: “This was clearly their immature response.” The drinking club’s party was one of a number of events held by university students across the city to celebrate the end of term. Collectively the parties are known as “Suicide Sunday”.
Know what to do when your school cancels your annual jelly wrestling competition? Gigantic chode bull riding machine. Perfect response. You thought chicks wrestling was bad? Wait till you get to see a girl using her thigh muscles to hold on to five foot long mechanical dong. If even one chick climbed onto that veiny, triumphant bastard, then everybody won.
If I’m Nick Saban and his staff I don’t even spend 1 more second on recruiting shit. Don’t plan out speeches, don’t research backgrounds etc. Just walk right in to the house, set up a projector screen and put up these 3 things:
Boom, everybody is signed the fuck up.
Seriously if you don’t like 9 million dollar weight rooms, national championships and motherfucking waterfalls in your locker room then you should just quit football forever and for that matter life entirely.
New Republic- ADHD meds like Ritalin, Adderall, Concerta, and Vyvanse have been called “smart pills” for their ability to bestow superhuman powers of concentration. In the U.S. especially, where about 11 percent of schoolchildren have an ADHD diagnosis, parents and teachers embrace the drugs as a way to get kids to sit still and pay attention. Which makes it all the stranger that there has never been proof that ADHD meds make you smarter or more likely to succeed in school. And a new study that looks at the rise of Ritalin use in Quebec suggests exactly the opposite. The NBER working paper, from Princeton economist Janet Currie and colleagues, charts the fascinating consequences of a 1997 law that made prescription drug insurance mandatory for all of Quebec—but nowhere else in Canada. Which makes it all the stranger that there has never been proof that ADHD meds make you smarter or more likely to succeed in school. And a new study that looks at the rise of Ritalin use in Quebec suggests exactly the opposite. The NBER working paper, from Princeton economist Janet Currie and colleagues, charts the fascinating consequences of a 1997 law that made prescription drug insurance mandatory for all of Quebec—but nowhere else in Canada.
I’m not going to sit here and act like I know more than whoever conducted this study. Princeton economists usually know what they’re talking about. But if hypothetically a friend of mine had a prescription for Ritalin and I happened to buy it off of him for $5 a pill and I crushed it into a powder and went skiing on the cover of my Spanish textbook, I would argue that it does in fact work. I would say that if I hypothetically had a personal experience with stimulants I might argue that regardless of what science says they might be second only to a cap turned inside out and backwards as far as rallying goes. Not that I hypothetically used it for actual school work, but all I’m saying is that maybe the kids up in Canada popping a Ritlatin might be doing it wrong. Because as far as I’m concerned Ritalin works. Hypothetically.
Mike Stud, fresh off a monstrous, chart-topping sophomore album effort with Relief, picks up where he left off with #StudDaySunday’s by going in over the most viral beat of 2013.