For those (including moi) who missed Morrissey's recent shows in the LA-area, have no fear, the rumor mill is buzzing that troubadour will be back in North America sooner than later…read on for more on Moz!
Apparently the tour will kick off Apr 27 and will be a 40-date trek across the states with opener Kristeen Young. The confirmed details should be announced in the next two weeks, so stay tuned.
Jim Carrey's iTunes Playlist after the jump:
1. Strawberry Letter 23 – The Brothers Johnson
“Classic lost song from the '70's. Makes you wanna be on roller skates, with a disco ball. Coincidence that the number 23's in the title? I think not.”
2. Breed – Nirvana
“One of my anthems. Put it on and imagine you're pummeling your foe's face into blood soup.”
3. My Immortal – Evanescence
“Gothic. Hauntingly beautiful voice. I like powerful women.”
4. One – Mary J. Blige & U2
“I love the light that shines through Mary. And U2's song can really lift you out of the muck”
5. Close to Me – The Cure
“This song makes me feel like I'm being held down and tickled.”…
Atheists are the most hated minority in America says a University of Minnesota study. They conducted extensive polling to find that Atheists are also the group “people would least like their children to marry,” and they ranked last in all categories of “sharing the vision for America,” below Muslims, gay people, and even Mexican immigrants. NPR also recently examined a group called the New Atheists, who advocate similar bullying tactics to the religious right to clarify their position in public. The piece includes interviews with David Shore, creator of “House, M.D.” – the #1 Drama in the U.S., which happens to feature a team of Atheist doctors. So why is it so popular if people hate atheists so much? Says Shore, “Atheists, to me, fall in the same category as lawyers in the …