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Jack Donaghy’s Greatest Lines and an Epic Game of Tag

  • Kempt Staff

Forever Young: The Wall Street Journal tells the story of a group of men who’ve been playing a trans-continental game of tag for the past 23 years—and counting.

Good God, Lemon: To ease the pain of losing 30 Rock tonight, Vulture has blessed us with The Jack Donaghy Insult Generator.

True Spies: France’s most prolific spy novelist often gets too close to the truth—he’s even predicted a few mind-blowing international fiascos before intelligence agencies could.

Vested Interest: A handsome roundup of vests for every tax bracket, courtesy of the gents at Well Spent.

Steve McQueen’s Chevy Is Up for Grabs

  • Kempt Staff

Auction Block: You can own the car Steve McQueen drove in his final film—a Chevy Styleline DeLuxe Convertible. McQueen liked it so much, he bought it when the movie wrapped.

Return of the Mac: Put This On extols the virtues of a good raincoat—especially as spring looms large.

What’s in a Name: Gawker suddenly takes issue with the most recent antics of yesterday’s Kempt Icon, Prince.

Cover Art: PopSci turns the past 67 years of classic sci-fi novel covers into one Technicolor infographic.

The Rum Diary vs. Hunter S. Thompson

Hunter S. Thompson/Rum Diary

With the release of the long-awaited film version of Hunter S. Thompson’s The Rum Diary, we thought we’d lend a hand in separating debaucherous fact from debaucherous fiction.

In particular, we’re going to see how the rum-soaked shenanigans described in the book/film stack up against the real-life shenanigans that inspired them. We’ve teed up some of the most notable (notorious?) moments in the film below...

Buy the ticket, take….well, you know the rest»