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Popping culture: from Andrew Sullivan to dick heads


It’s amazing what will pop up on your dashboard.

Screen grab from The Daily Beast. Andrew Sullivan, a noted political commentator, is often credited as being both openly gay and openly Catholic. These two adjectives may be perceived by both queer and non-queer audiences (not to mention audiences of faith and those who are without religious beliefs) as being at odds with each other. But in this video, Sullivan tries to clear the air and explain why and who he is.


And now for something completely different:

Duck Sauce, the brains behind the über-hyped sampladelic club track “Barbra Streisand” have just come out with a new video for their latest release, “Big Bad Wolf,” which gives a distinctively different context to the term “dick head."


Click on image to view the video.

Duck Sauce is composed of Montrealer A-Trak and Armand Van Helden. Van Helden is best known for dancefloor bangers such as “The Funk Phenomena" and remixes of work by such artists as Tori Amos and Sneaker Pimps (for which he is blamed for popularizing speed garage, a genre that died as quickly as it rose).

Enjoy this NSFW treat.

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