Lollipop Gomez is a woman of delicious taste and none of those include Tucker Max. She was born on an island in the Caribbean, was raised shuffling between the stacks of a library and a New York City subway train, and currently resides in a city where you can do anything you want to do except consume food after 12 am or use plastic bags.
A weekly interview series where we talk to some of the most fascinating people on the Internet. Every interview starts asking you how tall you are and ends with a brief history of your life online. The rest is magic, baby.
The ladies of Counterforce have a meeting at the Bellagio.
In the inaugural edition, we ask This Recording’s Tess Lynch a few questions about one of her favorite topics: food!
And if you got fears forsake them; Giuliani’s got his rules but we ain’t no fools, let’s break them
What to eat when you hate yourself or you secretly want others to hate you.
Lollipop drinks two gallons of espresso and gets really excited about Barack Obama.
Because those who can’t do, write blog posts about it.
An ode to TV theme songs, inspired by a marathon viewing of Top Chef
A tour of Lollipop’s Google Reader. And no, not in a sexual way.
A trip to London museums written by someone who knows virtually nothing about art
How to cure jetlag through music.
A french version of Lollipop’s slow jam video digest.
The US economy handles their money just like LG: completely ineptly.
Lollipop will do anything to get you back, baby.
Lollipop pops our cherries with Counterforce After Dark, a slow jam video digest.
A look into what’s happening on the site that can bring you anything you want, provided you don’t get flagged.
4 months later, Lollipop is still pissed about how shitty the Sex and The City movie was.
Lollipop wants you to know what would happen if you didn’t pull out in time.
Lollipop pens her first Counterforce post the only way she knows how: with class, dignity and feelin’ on yo booty.
Duets With Marco Sparks
We detail exactly what’s wrong and what’s right with Nick & Norah’s Infinite Playlist.
Sure, you can relieve the musical releases of 2008 on countless other sites, but none will be as sexy or exciting as this one.
Two nerds have warm beer in an English pub, get drunk and fight. You know, in a joint blog post kind of way.
They’re still Marco and Lollipop from the block.