Hi. I'm Manderz. From Brooklyn.
I come with a three year warranty, and more cup holders than anyone
else guarenteed or your money back. Batteries not included.
I think television is an underrated 'art' form, and hope to someday
soon be a producer/properties master for film and television productions.
Here are some things that I like.
Here is another thing you can look at that I did:
From GQ correspondent Chris Heath ’s goddam hilarious profile of the talent-show king, who returns to American TV next month with The X Factor. Even if you could care less about Cowell, this is the one profile of him that’s worth reading, because there will never be another one like it.
The Very Specific Real-life Routines of the 51-Year-Old Simon Cowell #2.
Each morning—as he breakfasts, has his morning bath, and prepares for the workday ahead—Cowell watches cartoons. Old cartoons. His favorites tend to be from the golden age of Hanna-Barbera. “It just puts me in a good mood,” he explains. “It’s less depressing than watching the news, which is just relentless. You’ve got to try it one morning. You’ll be happy for the rest of the day.”
Typically he finds them on cable, though he travels with backup DVDs, just in case. This morning it was The Flintstones followed by The Jetsons on the Cartoon Network. It turns out that he was paying attention, too: “The Flintstones was about Fred having a gambling habit, and he made a noise like a chicken every time he mentioned the word gambling, and he lost his money to the paperboy, and eventually Barney got him out of trouble. The Jetsons was about George being replaced by a robot. Eventually they put alcohol into his oil to scupper the robot, and he got his job back.”
[Photograph by Chris Buck]
Yo. This picture is fucking stupid.The GQ Tumblr