It was none other than Dave Chappelle, and Freebass started chatting with the comic legend around midnight. The conversation just kept flowing and when last call was came at 2 AM Chappelle suggested that he, Freebass and a couple other randoms make their way to a nearby hookah bar / Middle Eastern restaurant.
While the real Santa is a jolly old elf, some of his impostors who begin to pop up all around the non-frozen parts of the planet come Christmas time are a tad rough around the edges.
In fact, some of these mall jockeys and liquored-up revelers are downright sketchy. We’ve compiled a list of ten of these questionable Santas featured on the excellent Sketchy Santas blog so that folks with common decency and small children will know who to avoid this holiday season. Grab some expired egg nog and check them out below.
Over the past decade or so, there has been some debate as to whether the government, public schools and retailers should use the word “Christmas,” or if they should use something more inclusive, like “the holidays.”
The duo penned such classic hits as ‘Ain’t No Mountain High Enough,’ ‘Ain’t Nothing Like The Real Thing’ and ‘I’m Every Woman,’ and had their music recorded by Diana Ross, Ray Charles, Whitney Houston, Smokey Robinson and Marvin Gaye, among others. Ashford & Simpson also had a long singing career, which was best known for their duet ‘Solid.’
Attractive people are less likely to cooperate with others, and more likely to focus on their own interest, according to a new study
Spanish researchers had volunteers participate in “Prisoner’s Dilemma“-type games and found that those with the most symmetrical facial features generally took the selfish option, whereas less symmetrically-faced folks tended to cooperate for the greater good.
Okay, I'm just a little ol'DJ on the radio, but If I was a baller I would definitely be on the Forbes Hip Hop List. Just take a look at the way these artist are moving up and down the chain. When it comes to making money in the hip-hop game, everybody is staring up at Jay-Z’s throne.
‘Single Ladies (Put A Ring On it),’ Beyonce’s slickly-produced single about female empowerment, spent four weeks atop the Billboard Hot 100 chart and was named Rolling Stone’s best song of 2008. Turns out the tune also holds up surprisingly well when sung by a male ukulele player.
Check out the bizarre, but enthusiastic, cover below.
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