It's a dead giveaway someone's not into something when they don't know how to pronounce it. Our example of the day is Wale. A lot of people say it like "whale" or "Wall-E" and that's OK, because it's not like everyone has time to know about good new rappers. That said, you're reading this blog post, so this might be a good opportunity to get acquainted. If you don't know, Wale is pronounced Wall-ay. He's from DC and he's got a few mixtapes under his belt. One of them is called "A Mixtape About Nothing." It's about Seinfeld, and it has a Julia Louis-Dreyfus cameo. Oh, and Wale's cousin is Gbenga Akinnagbe, the guy who plays Chris Partlow on The Wire. Our intern Patrick met up with Wale in Toronto and they talked about Ben's Chili Bowl and go-go music. Patrick kept it brief because apparently Wale hates interviews, but when the questions were done, Wale wanted to keep talking. He asked Patrick about Canadian sports, but Patrick thought Wale said "rappers" when he had actually said "Raptors" so Patrick nodded at that guy from Degrassi who raps with Lil' Wayne now (Drake, who was sitting in on the interview). The whole thing was a bit awkward.