Archive for July 2011

Creating a Celebrity Death Pool in 6 Easy Steps

Creating a Celebrity Death Pool in 6 Easy Steps
    1. Recruit Some Friends With as Little Dignity as Yourself, Realize You are Not Morbid Participating in a death pool makes you a jerk if, and only if, you do one or more of the following:  Publicly rejoice upon a death (e.g. post it to Twitter or Facebook, brag at the office about... Read more »

7 TV Drinking Games Guaranteed to get you Wrecked

7 TV Drinking Games Guaranteed to get you Wrecked
  Like us on Facebook 1. Seinfeld and Curb Your Enthusiasm- drink whenever you hear a complaint or whining. My buddies and I created this game out of necessity   when they were moving in to their new apartment but didn’t yet have cable, and had only a DVD player and a few seasons of... Read more »

What Happens if We Hit the Debt Ceiling?

Our current debt crisis is a complicated issue, and hence, there are many questions surrounding it. What is a debt ceiling? How did we get into this position? Did this happen because America signed up for a bunch of credit cards in college just to get free t-shirts? Or maybe America stole fizzy lifting drinks... Read more »
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6 GOOD Things About the Heatwave

6 GOOD Things About the Heatwave
Like ListsThatActuallyMatter on Facebook Sure the heatwave sucks but there can still be some good to come of it,  right? Like some kind of fortuitous side-effect bonus or something?   1. No More Waiting for Your Shower to Warm up I never enter the shower BEFORE I turn the turn on the water- but I... Read more »

5 Most Famous Celebrity Body Parts

(“Like” us on Facebook) Angelina Jolie, this is one list that you and your lips will be left-off of!  5.  Kim Kardash’s Butt:  Interestingly, Kim’s least famous body part is Kris Humphrey. 4.  The Situation’s Abs tied with JWoww’s Penis: I know.  It is totally shallow to focus on their body parts when they... Read more »

Pitchfork 2011

“Check out this awesome piece by our guy Pat Shanley @ They Are the Imitators.  He posted it before  Pitchfork this weekend, and put together a list of the artists he was the most stoked to see.  Let us know how accurate his prediction were.” - DanTello They Are The Imitators will be descending upon Union... Read more »
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5 Things I Discovered at Electric Forest 2011

1. Glow sticks are like armor in a battle. Not everyone is wearing them but it takes a true warrior to enter the melee.

6 Things I Learned at Arlington Park on Saturday

6 Things I Learned at Arlington Park on Saturday
I spent another gorgeous Chicago summer Saturday at Arlington Park. Armed with an open mind, open wallet, open ears and a shut mouth, I ventured into the newsroom (not recommended if you don’t have a media credential) looking to get my horse playing swag back and tap the minds of anyone who would give me... Read more »

Top 3 Reasons to Party with Do312 & vitaminwater: uncapped LIVE at Pitchfork Music Festival this weekend (July 15-17, 2011)

Well, this is the best. Just when Pitchfork couldn’t get more underground than the underground, or whatever, Do312 totally comes through and hooks up a veritable variety show just blocks from the music festival, taking place all weekend. Vitaminwater®, in association with Do312, presents vitaminwater uncapped LIVE: a custom-created gathering space for brand fans and... Read more »
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10 Things I Enjoyed About Arlington Park on Saturday

10 Things I Enjoyed About Arlington Park on Saturday
  In preparation for Arlington Park’s signature day of racing- The Arlington Million Day,  Saturday featured three prep races for the three key races on August 13th’s Million Day. Saturday’s American Derby was a prep race for The Secretariat Stakes, which was won impressively by Wilcox Inn. The Modesty Handicap, a prep race for the... Read more »