Links we love today: '80s photos, porn star politicians, #humblebrag rankingsand more
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Here are the links we loved today:
The 120 Minutes Archive is “the independent, critically acclaimed, definitive library of music video nostalgia.”
Tumblr of the day: T Rex Trying.
No big deal or anything but THERE ARE 26 NEW PLANETS.
30 pounds of cocaine found…at the United Nations?
5 ways Clueless ruined my life; 3 Parks and Rec-inspired rap songs; 10 awesome animated music videos; 5 ways to customize your Mac’s desktop icons.
Harris Wittels doing God’s work over at Grantland with the latest installment of #humblebrag power rankings.
New episode of Julie Klausner’s “How Was Your Week?” featuring David Cross and Eliot Glazer.
Jump From Paper’s eye-catching bags are the ultimate trompe l’oeil.
Daily Beat writer Ramin Setoodeh reviews Katherine Heigl’s One For The Money:
1:03 a.m. At this point, Heigl does the impossible: handcuffed naked to her own shower pole, she’s still boring.
Amazing Flickr set: New York in the 80s.
Today in Girl News, Kate Carraway explores being alone (but not lonely).
Two porn stars are running for mayor in the same Italian town; Kazakhstan has a fancy new subway.
The AV Club interviews The Weakerthans’ John K. Samson about his solo album Provincial.
Secrets of the world’s healthiest women.
There is a museum of water in St. Petersburg, Russia (and it looks awesome); Russian rock band Mumiy Troll to release first English LP.
GQ explains the allure of Chris Jericho:
Historically, Jericho has a knack for being in the right place at the right time, working in places where great things are happening: Mexico's lucha libre scene in the early '90s, Japan and ECW in the mid-'90s, WCW's ridiculously fertile undercard in the late '90s, the on-fire WWF main-event scene around the turn of the century.
Episode 3 of Craig Rowin’s new podcast, “It’s That Episode,” featuring The Onion’s Seth Reiss, will be up on Monday; here’s a two-minute preview:
Have you seen the new Sleigh Bells video yet?
They Might Be Giants perform “When You Die” on Conan last night: