Killings brings you our weekly selection of posts that have amused, enlightened and
generally distracted us.
Get an inspiration pep talk from Kid President - what will be your Space Jam?
Speaking of, have I reminded you that Space Jam’s website still exists in its original form? Well it does and it’s pretty inspirational.
In this classic College Humour video, Luigi flips and tells Mario what he really thinks.
As 30 Rock draws to a close, tell your frienemies what you really think by using some of these wonderfully derisive word nuggets from the Jack Donaghy insult generator.
And did you see this guy surfing this MASSIVE wave? Crazy.
If you missed it, Sydney Review of Books has been launched. It looks pretty and it’s pretty darn smart.
Speaking of literature and pretty – and in honour of Pride and Prejudice’s 200th birthday – Portable list some book-to-film based hotties with bodies (obviously, Colin Firth as Mr Darcy is there).
Care for a spot of literary inspired baking? This post has a lovely cottage loaf recipe in honour of Virginia Woolf’s birthday (last week).
More literary inspiration? Salon have an excerpt of Jennifer Egan’s reflections from the recently released Why We Write: 20 Acclaimed Authors on How and Why They Do What They Do.
I know it’s February, but I’m not ready to let go of last year just yet when it can still supply ‘102 Spectacular Non-Fiction Stories from 2012′.
Speaking of years (it’s a fine segue, come on), there are some killer tunes on this ‘mix of the years 1901 – 2080′.
Interpol’s frontman Paul Banks has released a surprising hip hop mixtape with a wonderfully, um, subtle title.
Enjoy your weekend.