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  • Live like McNulty

    We were a bit surprised when we saw a sponsored ad pop up on our Facebook page advertising a contest, sponsored by Comcast's Xfinity and Airbnb, promising us the opportunity to "Live like McNulty." Does that mean we could drive drunk? Sleep with prostitutes we're supposed to be investigating? Piss off the police brass? Send our kids to follow drug dealers through the Lexington Market and lose them?  Make up a fake serial killer? Actually, if you want to do any of those things, you're on your own. You actually get to "stake out  like Detective Jimmy McNulty for Watchathon Week"—meaning you get to watch TV, but you can also "let the sound of police sirens lull you to sleep." And the motherfucking condescending pieces of shit responsible for this ad provide you with this poverty porn picture to make the sound of police sirens, which are, you know, probably responding to the actual loss of someone's actual life, even more romantic (the address is simply West Preston St., but the zip is 21201, so it is most likely in Mt. Vernon, and nowhere close to where the photo was taken). At the end of last month, Comcast cut a big deal with Netflix to boost the speed of the streaming service and The New York Times reported today that AirBnB just raised over $400 million, placing its value at more than $10 billion, so they're both clearly much more interested in living like Stringer than McNulty (we don't have rights to the picture, but click on the NYTimes link to see if Aribnb's founder could possible look any more douchey.) Maybe we should all enter the contest and, if anyone actually from Baltimore wins, we could really live like McNutty.  
  • In Da (Rock) Club

    (All photos by Frank Hamilton) It's probably a measure of how much we love the Death Set that we were willing to pay $10 for what we knew would be a 10-minute set--15 on the outside. That's a dollar a minute; even Netflix and iTunes offer more value for...

    E.M.P. Collective celebrates Arrested Development with BluthCon 2013

    Break out your cutoff jean shorts and prepare yourself for unlimited juice, BluthCon 2013 is coming May 25! We almost blue ourselves when we got word that E.M.P. Collective would be hosting a celebration of what may be the greatest show ever to be...

    TV Review: Broadchurch

    The BBC series Broadchurch, already critically acclaimed in its home country, crossed the pond Wednesday night to premiere on BBC America. The eight-part series follows the murder investigation of 11-year-old Danny Latimer, who is found dead on the...

    House of Cards makes history with Emmy nods

    Although the first season of  House of Cards left its scheming South Carolina congressman Frank Underwood (Kevin Spacey) and his historical legacy in a precarious situation, the show itself just secured its historical importance with nine Emmy...