Monday, March 31, 2008

I like 'em big and stupid.

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Oh no.

Heaven 17 - 'Penthouse and Pavement'

Radio Nigel just played 'Play To Win' when it hit me.

I actually don't mind Heaven 17 now.


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Don't tell me elephant bell-bottoms are coming back.


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Six Degrees Of Parker Posey

Charlton Heston to

Parker Posey.

Oh, this one is actually easier than I thought.

Charlton Heston in 'Any Given Sunday' which starred

Cameron Diaz who was in 'The Sweetest Thing' with

Parker Posey.

Joe*To*Hell was right.

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Icicle Works - 'Whisper To A Scream'

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Laurie Anderson - 'O Superman'

Oh man.

When I was a kid, they used to play this video on Teletunes.

I remember once, I was sick and in bed and watching and this video came on.

I was too ill to get up and change the channel [no remote], so I lie there, feeling like shite, and this vid didn't help.

In fact in made me feel worse.

Like I wanted to hurl.

And it gave me a total migraine.

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Mojo Nixon - 'Debbie Gibson Is Pregnant with My Two-Headed Love Child'

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Why I Shouldn't Be Allowed To Visit Thrift Stores

Recently I had to drop off some clothes at the local charity shop and even though I knew better, I had to browse through the old vinyl.

You readers know I am a big music person, so I like to peruse the discarded libraries of people's past tastes, to find something weird or unique.

Plus, top that with them being dirt cheap, I can easily develop a vinyl problem.

So this time while browsing the shelves, in amidst an obscene amount of 90's hip hop, was this little gem.

'How retarded', I thought.

And I admit I even like disco.

But for a kids' album?

I had to check it out.

I purchase it and head home.

I didn't have my turntable out, so I had to search my storage space for it.

Well, that turned in to an ordeal.

Then I had to find the audio cables and grounding wire because, of course, they weren't with the turntable.

Then I realized that I could only listen to it on my Denon receiver.

While I was doing this I figured I could finally get around to digitizing all my vinyl to keep on file, so I might as well hook it all up to my computer.

The problem with that is now I had no audio system for the television in my bedroom.

Thanks to getting my tax refunds recently, I figured 'what the heck', and decided to go out the next day and get a new system.

Sounds simple enough, so I figured Big Red should have something doable.

No dice.

Checked three Big Reds and they either only had boomboxes and iPod bays, or really cheap and crappy theater systems.

Now I could have easily gone to Best Buy, or Circuit City, but I have heard way too many horror stories about both places, so I figured good old standby, Sears, should have something.

Long story short [too late], I found a decent JVC system and brought it home.

Man, was that thing heavy.

The subwoofer must weigh at least 75 pounds by itself.

Anywho, I get that all set up to the bedroom TV, and proceed to set up the Denon tuner to my computer.

Took about two hours total.

So I finally throw Disco MM on the platter, and boy was I right: it was super-cheezey.

Ha ha.

Honestly, who was the target market for this?

Did kids really want a Disco MM album?

I guess so.


Oh man, it's bad.

For instance, check this out.

Ha ha.

In addition to Disco MM, I also purchase some other cheezey music that I will post about later.

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Richard Cheese - 'Closer'

Audio NSFW

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Richard Cheese - 'Sunday Bloody Sunday'

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Fashion Week In God


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Today In - 'Some Ecards'

Pinball Wizard

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Haircut 100 - 'Favourite Shirts (Boy Meets Girl)'

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Friday, March 28, 2008

Scenes From Public Transport - 'What's That? It's Pat!'

Pat is either a trans-gendered or inter-sexed person, whose gender I can not identify.

I thought I had the issue solved, and that shim, was a guy.

But then this night, Pat was wearing something that reeked 80's Career Woman.

(S)he was wearing white sneakers with black socks.

You know, the look of working women on the go who commute in trainers, so that they don't kill themselves while wearing the heels they brought for the office.

So now I am stumped again.

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Garbage - 'I Think I'm Paranoid'

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Paul McCartney & Wings - 'Band On The Run'

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Cut the cake!

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Today In - 'People Are Dumb'

Um, doy.

You can just walk over the paint.

Granted it would make a mess, but at least you don't die or anything.

Austin Man Paints Himself Into Corner, Trapped for 24 Hours

'Austin, TX - An elderly man painted himself into a corner of his North Austin home and was trapped there for more than 24 hours as the paint dried.

The story unfolded in the Wells Branch area of North Austin on Saturday. The man, who lives alone, was renovating his one-story home and had been painting several rooms of the house. His near-fatal mistake took place in a spare bedroom of the old house, where he mistakenly began painting the wood floors from the doorway inward — as opposed to working toward the door.

By the time he realized the error, he had painted himself into the rear corner of the bedroom.

“I was horrified when I turned around,” said 80-year-old Bart Billings. “I got caught up in my work and didn’t even think about where I was painting. I turned around and saw that I was trapped, and my heart just sank.”

To make matters worse, Billings had applied two coats of paint and a coat of over-sealer to the wood floors, which made the drying process take longer than usual.

“I thought I was done for,” said Billings. “My heart medication was in the other room, not even fifteen feet away, but I couldn’t get to it because of the paint.”

After being trapped in the room for nearly 24 hours, Billings caught a lucky break. His next-door neighbor went to a garden shed in his backyard that was near the window of the room where Billings was trapped. By shouting and knocking on the window, Billings was able to get the attention of his neighbor, who called the police.

Twenty minutes later, the fire department was able to extricate Billings from the painted room by using a hoist and harness system to lift him over the still-drying paint.

Billings was taken to Seton Hospital in North Austin where he was found to be dehydrated but otherwise in good health. He was released within an hour.

Billings says he will continue refurbishing the floors in his home, but he will be more careful to start in the back and work toward the door.'

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Weird Problem

The last few weeks I have had this problem where my nip-nips get hard.... a lot.

It's not triggered by anything, just happens out of nowhere.

They can cut glass, believe me.

It's actually kinda painful at times.

Any thoughts on what's up, or have I shared TMI?

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Papa Roach - 'Getting Away with Murder'

I don't know what it is, but I have always had an odd attraction to Jacoby Shaddix.

Even in his chunky phase.

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Harvey Danger - 'Flagpole Sitta'

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Ha ha.

Garth Brooks - 'Papa Loved Mama'

Was at a restaurant last night and this song came on.

Hadn't heard this in ages.

The sad part is I know the lyrics.

When you went to a suburban high school in the 90's with a bunch of white kids, there was no escaping The Brooks.

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I'm digging this song lately....

George Michael - 'Precious Box'

The video is clips from other vids.

Prolly NSFW as there are bodacious ta ta's shown.

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Thursday, March 20, 2008

Oh my.

Via J*O*E*!

It's almost surreal.

Like it's a comment on Post-Modern Popular Culture.


I feel like I just ate a bunch of mushrooms.

And they're even friends with Lilly Allen!

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Joy Division - 'Disorder'

From the Ian Curtis biopic 'Control'.

Audio NSFW.

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One of my fave Cure songs.

The Cure - 'Mint Car'

Fits perfectly today with it being the first day of Spring and it being awesome outside.


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Fun Boy Three with Bananarama - 'It Ain't What You Do'

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Death and Taxes

Claystation asked me a tax question, and it made me think of something my tax prep person mentioned, but I didn't clarify.

Can you claim bus passes and car rentals for work as deductions?

Since I don't own a car, I have to mass transit it.

Or rent a car if it's out in the boonies [we have training in campus way down in South Suburbia].

Anyone have any accounting/financial adviser friends?

There has to be some sort of tax break on that, right?

I crunched the numbers and I pay almost 2 grand a year just to get to work!

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That's it!

So, I have been having this recurring dream that usually involved me in some business situation [nightclub, restaurant, hotel] where I am in charge of things and no matter how much I try and keep everything tidy, something or something comes along that is out of place and has to be addressed.

It was actually kind of stressful and I wondered what was possibly generating this dream out of my sub-conscious.

Well, this morning while garnering the effort to get out from the covers, I had a breakthrough.

Part of my job function is to monitor an email inbox and distribute it to the right people or group.

If the issue doesn't have an issue, than I take ownership of it to resolve/research.

Well, now that we are getting back in to Spring/Summer, a lot of projects are beginning and thus our workload has increased.

I realized that these dreams were pouring over from the fact that much like a postal worker, when it gets busy at work, and I have resolved/identified everything that has come in, a whole big pile of shite comes in again.

I'm one of those people whose work ethic is such that I can't leave for the day without everything resolved.

I like to start with a fresh start in the mornings.

So the steady, yet inconsistent bursts of work really harshes my melon.

And that carried over to my dreams.

Which I totally think are our body's/brain's way of dealing with stress so we don't freak out.

Or go Postal.

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Who invented sausage?

'Sausage is a logical outcome of efficient butchery. Sausage-makers put to use meat and animal parts that are edible and nutritious, but not particularly appealing, such as scraps, organ meats, blood, and fat, and that allow the preservation of meat that can not be consumed immediately. These were typically salted and stuffed into a tubular casing made from the cleaned intestine of the animal producing the characteristic cylindrical shape. Hence, sausages, puddings and salami are amongst the oldest of prepared foods, whether cooked and eaten immediately or dried to varying degrees.

It is often assumed that sausages were invented by Sumerians in what is Iraq today, around 3000 BC. Chinese sausage làcháng (臘腸/腊肠), which consisted of goat and lamb meat, was first mentioned in 589 BC. Homer, the poet of Ancient Greece, mentioned a kind of blood sausage in the Odyssey (book 20, verse 25), and Epicharmus (ca. 550 BC – ca. 460 BC) wrote a comedy titled The Sausage. Evidence suggests that sausages were already popular both among the ancient Greeks and Romans, and most likely with the non-literate tribes occupying the larger part of Europe.

During the reign of the Roman emperor Nero, sausages were associated with the Lupercalia festival. The early Catholic Church outlawed the Lupercalia Festival and made eating sausage a sin. For this reason, the Roman emperor Constantine banned the eating of sausages. Early in the 10th century in the Byzantine Empire, Leo VI the Wise outlawed the production of blood sausages following cases of food poisoning.

Traditionally, sausage casings were made of the cleaned intestines (or stomachs in the case of haggis and other traditional puddings) of animals. Today, however, natural casings are often replaced by collagen, cellulose or even plastic casings, especially in the case of industrially manufactured sausages. Additionally, luncheon meat (such as Spam) and sausage meat are now available without casings in tins and jars.

The most basic sausage consists of meat cut into pieces or ground and filled into a casing such as an animal intestine. The meat may be from any animal, but traditionally is pork, beef or veal. The meat/fat ratio is dependent upon the style and producer, but in the United States, fat content is legally limited to a maximum of 30%, 35% or 50%, by weight, depending on the style. The USDA defines the content for various sausages and generally prohibits fillers and extenders.[1] Most traditional styles of sausage from Europe and Asia use no bread-based filler and are 100% meat and fat (excluding salt and other flavorings, such as herbs).[2] In the UK and other countries with English cooking traditions, bread and starch-based fillers account for up to 25% of ingredients. The filler used in many sausages helps them to keep their shape as they are cooked. As the meat contracts in the heat so the filler expands.

The word sausage is derived from Old French saussiche, from the Latin word salsus, meaning salted.'


If this is the case, how come I haven't come across an Chinese/Asian sausages in contemporary cuisine?

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Wednesday, March 19, 2008

Today In - 'Holy......!'


This is totally me when I cook.

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The Happy Couple

Since it's been a while.....

Prodigy - 'Smack My Bitch Up'

[Most definitely NSFW]

One of my fave videos largely because 'they went there'.

And the twist at the end.

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Since it's been a while....

Robbie Williams - 'Rock DJ'

[Prolly NSFW for partial nudity and gore.]

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Can't find the buttermilk!

Pearl Jam - 'Better Man'

That's what I always used to hear when this song came on.

In fact one day, me and a friend came up with whole alternate version of it that involved cooking with buttermilk.

Man, I wish I could remember it.

It was hilarious.

We were bored.

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George Michael Vs. The Divas


Whitney Houston

Mary J. Blige

And Newsbreak!!

Kylie is actually George Michael!

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Ha ha.

'Office bimbette: So, my friend got me a Sudoku book, but I can't start doing it yet because she has to send the Sudoku pencil. It has an eraser on the end -- only Sudoku makes them that way.'

Overheard In The Office

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I'm such a dork.

I just totally geeked out because I finally found a color scheme for my desktop that doesn't hurt my eyes.

Not only did I have to email a friend with the news, but then I had to post about it.

Ha ha.

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You know what sucks about getting older?

People you know start getting seriously sick.

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Jeff over at Pop-O-Matic has a nifty little post.

'Grab the book closest to you. Open it to page 123 and type the 5th sentence on the page here in my comments.'

Here's mine:

'Moreover, during this time under the bridal veil, she connects with the souls of her children, her grandchildren, her great-grandchildren, forward to the time when messianic consciousness will change our perspective of reality.'

'God Is A Verb - Kabbalah and the Practice of Mystical Judaism'

What's yours?

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I heart The Soup


Two more pounds....

and I'm back at my target weight.

Yay Spring!

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Today In - 'Some Ecards'

Today's Number 1's

THE 2000s

2008 ... "Love in This Club" by Usher featuring Young Jeezy
2007 ... "Glamorous" by Fergie featuring Ludacris
2006 ... "So Sick" by Ne-Yo
2005 ... "Candy Shop" by 50 Cent featuring Olivia
2004 ... "Yeah!" by Usher featuring Ludacris & Lil Jon
2003 ... "In Da Club" by 50 Cent
2002 ... "Ain't It Funny" by Jennifer Lopez featuring Ja Rule
2001 ... "Butterfly" by Crazy Town
2000 ... "Say My Name" by Destiny's Child

THE 1990s

1999 ... "Believe" by Cher
1998 ... "Gettin' Jiggy Wit It" by Will Smith
1997 ... "Can't Nobody Hold Me Down" by Puff Daddy featuring Ma$e
1996 ... "Because You Loved Me" by Celine Dion
1995 ... "Take a Bow" by Madonna
1994 ... "The Sign" by Ace of Base
1993 ... "Informer" by Snow
1992 ... "Save the Best for Last" by Vanessa Williams
1991 ... "One More Try" by Timmy T.
1990 ... "Black Velvet" by Alannah Myles

THE 1980s

1989 ... "The Living Years" by Mike + the Mechanics
1988 ... "Never Gonna Give You Up" by Rick Astley
1987 ... "Lean on Me" by Club Nouveau
1986 ... "These Dreams" by Heart
1985 ... "Can't Fight This Feeling" by REO Speedwagon
1984 ... "Jump" by Van Halen
1983 ... "Billie Jean" by Michael Jackson
1982 ... "I Love Rock 'n Roll" by Joan Jett & the Blackhearts
1981 ... "Keep On Loving You" by REO Speedwagon
1980 ... "Another Brick in the Wall" by Pink Floyd

THE 1970s

1979 ... "Tragedy" by The Bee Gees
1978 ... "Night Fever" by The Bee Gees
1977 ... "Love Theme from 'A Star Is Born' (Evergreen)" by Barbra Streisand
1976 ... "December 1963 (Oh, What a Night)" by The Four Seasons
1975 ... "My Eyes Adored You" by Frankie Valli
1974 ... "Dark Lady" by Cher
1973 ... "Love Train" by The O'Jays
1972 ... "A Horse with No Name" by America
1971 ... "Me and Bobby McGee" by Janis Joplin
1970 ... "Bridge Over Troubled Water" by Simon & Garfunkel

THE 1960s

1969 ... "Dizzy" by Tommy Roe
1968 ... "(Sittin' on) the Dock of the Bay" by Otis Redding
1967 ... "Happy Together" by The Turtles
1966 ... "The Ballad of the Green Berets" by S/Sgt. Barry Sadler
1965 ... "Eight Days a Week" by The Beatles
1964 ... "She Loves You" by The Beatles
1963 ... "Our Day Will Come" by Ruby & the Romantics
1962 ... "Hey! Baby" by Bruce Channel
1961 ... "Surrender" by Elvis Presley
1960 ... "Theme from 'A Summer Place'" by Percy Faith

THE 1950s

1959 ... "Venus" by Frankie Avalon
1958 ... "Tequila" by The Champs
1957 ... "Young Love" by Tab Hunter
1956 ... "Poor People of Paris" by Les Baxter
1955 ... "Sincerely" by The McGuire Sisters
1954 ... "Secret Love" by Doris Day
1953 ... "The Doggie in the Window" by Patti Page
1952 ... "Wheel of Fortune" by Kay Starr
1951 ... "If" by Perry Como
1950 ... "Music! Music! Music!" by Teresa Brewer

THE 1940s

1949 ... "Cruising Down the River" by Blue Barron
1948 ... "Mañana (Is Soon Enough for Me)" by Peggy Lee
1947 ... "Heartaches" by Ted Weems
1946 ... "Oh! What It Seemed to Be" by Frankie Carle
1945 ... "Rum and Coca-Cola" by The Andrews Sisters
1944 ... "Besame Mucho (Kiss Me Much)" by Jimmy Dorsey
1943 ... "I've Heard That Song Before" by Harry James
1942 ... "Moonlight Cocktail" by Glenn Miller
1941 ... "Frenesi" by Artie Shaw
1940 ... "In the Mood" by Glenn Miller

THE 1930s

1939 ... "Deep Purple" by Larry Clinton
1938 ... "Ti-Pi-Tin" by Horace Heidt
1937 ... "This Year's Kisses" by Hal Kemp
1936 ... "Lights Out" by Eddy Duchin
1935 ... "Lovely to Look At" by Eddy Duchin
1934 ... "Let's Fall in Love" by Eddy Duchin
1933 ... "You're Getting to Be a Habit with Me" by Bing Crosby
1932 ... "Too Many Tears" by Guy Lombardo
1931 ... "By the River St. Marie" by Guy Lombardo
1930 ... "Stein Song (University of Maine)" by Rudy Vallee

THE 1920s

1929 ... "A Precious Little Thing Called Love" by George Olsen
1928 ... "Among My Souvenirs" by Paul Whiteman
1927 ... "Some of These Days" by Sophie Tucker with Ted Lewis & His Band
1926 ... "Who?" by George Olsen
1925 ... "All Alone" by John McCormack
1924 ... "Linger Awhile" by Paul Whiteman
1923 ... "Carolina in the Morning" by Van & Schenk
1922 ... "My Man" by Fanny Brice
1921 ... "Margie" by Eddie Cantor
1920 ... "Dardanella" by Ben Selvin's Novelty Orchestra

THE 1910s

1919 ... "Till We Meet Again" by Henry Burr & Albert Campbell
1918 ... "Hail! Hail! The Gang's All Here" by Irving Kaufman & Columbia Quartet
1917 ... "Poor Butterfly" by Victor Military Band
1916 ... "M-O-T-H-E-R (A Word That Means the World to Me)" by Henry Burr
1915 ... "Chinatown, My Chinatown" by American Quartet
1914 ... "I'm on My Way to Mandalay" by Henry Burr, Albert Campbell & Will Oakland
1913 ... "When the Midnight Choo Choo Leaves for Alabam'" by Arthur Collins & Byron Harlan
1912 ... "Moonlight Bay" by American Quartet
1911 ... "Mother Machree" by Will Oakland
1910 ... "Where the River Shannon Flows" by Harry MacDonough

THE 1900s

1909 ... "The Right Church, but the Wrong Pew" by Arthur Collins & Byron Harlan
1908 ... "As Long as the World Rolls On" by Alan Turner
1907 ... "My Gal Sal" by Byron G. Harlan
1906 ... "Wait Till the Sun Shines, Nellie" by Byron G. Harlan
1905 ... "Yankee Doodle Boy" by Billy Murray
1904 ... "Silver Threads Among the Gold" by Richard Jose
1903 ... "Come Down, Ma Evening Star" by Mina Hickman
1902 ... "Arkansaw Traveler" by Len Spencer
1901 ... "When Reuben Comes to Town" by S.H. Dudley
1900 ... "When Cloe Sings a Song" by George J. Gaskin

THE 1890s

1899 ... "When You Ain't Got No More Money, Well, You Needn't Come Around" by Arthur Collins
1898 ... "My Old Kentucky Home" by Edison Male Quartette
1897 ... "My Gal Is a Highborn Lady" by Len Spencer
1896 ... "My Best Girl's a New Yorker" by Edward M. Favor
1895 ... "The Sidewalks of New York" by Dan Quinn
1894 ... "The Liberty Bell" by U.S. Marine Band
1893 ... "O Promise Me" by George J. Gaskin
1892 ... "Ta-Ra-Ra-Boom Der E" by Len Spencer
1891 ... "Little 'Liza Loves You" by Len Spencer

Number One In History

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Vernon Kay accidentally drops an F-bomb on air.

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Tuesday, March 18, 2008

Central Park at Stapleton

More pics here.

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Separated At Birth?


Amy Wino for Reactiv Skin Solutions ©

Creepy: 'Neverland Ranch At Night'


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You can watch and embed full episodes of stuff from


Is this Internet 3.0?

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Like [how] I felt the need to free-base cocaine off a hot waffle iron.

Simple Minds - 'Don't You [Forget About Me]'

You know who I am really beginning to despise?

Rod Stewart.

If I have to hear 'Maggie May', 'Tonight's The Night', or 'Do Ya Think I'm Sexy' one more time, I am going to spew Dorito chunks.

Then slit my wrists.

And blame Rod Stewart.

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Perry Como - 'Papa Loves Mambo'

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People are dumb.

In regards to the State overturning the ban on alcohol sales on Sunday:

'"We're going to have more DUIs on Sunday now. We're probably going to have more alcohol-related car accidents. We're going to have more hit and run accidents. We're probably going to have more college students and underage drinking as a result of this," said Rep. Larry Liston (R-Colorado Springs).'

He's from Colorado Springs.


Liquor stores get closer to Sunday sales

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Sugababes Ft. Sting - 'Shape'

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3rd Bass - 'Brooklyn Queens'

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Monday, March 17, 2008


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What do you get a Wookie for Christmas.....

Christmas Wookie Song from Trawin on Vimeo.

when he already owns a comb?

Lioux's post reminded me of this song.

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A Case Of The Mondays

The New Face Of The Middle East

Thanks to Roger!

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Ha ha.

'Sally was driving home from one of her business trips in Northern Arizona when she saw an elderly Navajo woman walking on the side of the road.

As the trip was a long and quiet one, she stopped the car and asked the Navajo woman if she would like a ride.

With a silent nod of thanks, the woman got into the car

Resuming the journey, Sally tried in vain to make a bit of small talk with the Navajo woman. The old woman just sat silently, looking intently at everything she saw, studying every little detail, until she noticed a brown bag on the seat next to Sally.

"What in bag?" asked the old woman.

Sally looked down at the brown bag and said, "It's a bottle of wine. I got it for my husband."

The Navajo woman was silent for another moment or two.

Then speaking with the quiet wisdom of an elder, she said:

"Good trade....."'

Thanks to Roger!

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Dirty Minds

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I'm addicted to this site.

Dead Malls

Like Colleen, I have a quirky interest in abandoned buildings.

You think of all of the effort and hope that originally went in to building something, only to see it fall by the wayside, and become modern ruins.

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Did you get a haircut?

No, I got 'em all cut.

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The Cramps - 'What's Inside A Girl'

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Today In - 'Band Photos'

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Frankie Goes To Hollywood - 'Power Of Love [Rob Searle Remix]'

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Nine Inch Nails - 'Down In It'

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Echo And The Bunnymen - 'Killing Moon'

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Grace Jones - 'Pull Up To The Bumper'

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New Fave Show


It's by the same people who did the original Queer As Folk.

As you can probably tell by this:

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Friday, March 14, 2008

Hubba Hubba

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Thanks to J'adore Joey!

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Public Enemy - 'Can't Truss It'

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Candy Flip - 'Strawberry Fields Forever'

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'It's A Living'

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Why The Middle East ReallyHates Our Freedoms

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I'm peakin' man!

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Trash Can Sinatras - 'Only Tongue Can Tell'

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MCL - 'New York'

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Wow, that was quick.

I just did my taxes on Sunday and my refund is already in my checking account.


That's a nice way to end Hell Week.

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Thursday, March 13, 2008

Worst Fight Scene Ever

Sorry Clay!

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Scenes From Public Transport


This guy was on my bus home last night.

It amazes me how people really let themselves go.

Sometimes I wonder if they have touched-in-the-head-issues.

The worst part?

He reeked.

I could smell his B.O. wafting over in my direction whenever the bus driver opened the front door to board new passengers.

It was so bad, I though about moving back further in the bus, or even getting off early and just walk the rest of the way.

I don't know if you can tell from the pic, but his belly actually over-flowed into a cascading bulbous flap over the edge of the seat, and past his knees.

Which is where I saw something just as, if not more, grody.

His legs.

I don't know if he has diabetes because of his obviously poor health, or gout, but let me tell you, I have seen better skin on zombies.

His legs were fish-belly white but decorated with a bevy of crimson-red open sores, and heliotrope scars.



It's making my skin crawl again just thinking about it.

I wanted to feel sorry for him, but I can't.

I have tried to write out why I can't, but each time I do, it sounds pithy.

So I'll just drop it.

But, suffice it to say, if I get any where over 5 pounds over my target weight, I am working my arse off [literally] to get back down to where I want to be.

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U2 - 'Lemon'

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Air - 'Kelly Watch The Stars [Moog Cookbook Remix]'

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Moog Cookbook - 'Black Hole Sun'

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This song make me feel funny.

Nirvana - 'Lithium'

It was big when I was in high school and more specifically, I remember we had a project for my AP Physics class where we had to build a car out of a mousetrap.

So I spent many fraught hours trying to get the thing to work.

Eventually, I had to go over to a friend's house to use her dad's tool-shop.

Well, she was also in my class and insisted on playing this whole CD over and over.

And every time in the car if we went out.

Somehow it conditioned my sub-conscious, in that this song gets associated with frustration and annoyance.

And now when I hear it, I am instantly taken back and feel 'icky' all over again.

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Just one more day left in Hell Week!

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Green Day - 'Welcome To Paradise [Woodstock '94]'

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Social Distortion - 'Story Of My Life'

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Hot mess, but this is fah-ierce!

Thanks to Clay!

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You're evil.

Absolute evil.

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Matchbox 20 - 'Push'

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You know how I know you're gay?

You purchased the Sugababe's greatest hits CD.

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King Missile - 'Detachable Penis'

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Should I bring the Caesar back?

I finally got an appointment with my stylist this weekend and I'm running out of hair styles.

I'm currently rockin' the Alec Baldwin:

And, ack!

Look at this:

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Hubba Hubba

The Offspring - 'Pretty Fly [For A White Guy]'

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Sorry Lioux.

Sneaker Pimps - 'Spin Spin Sugar [Armand Van Helden Remix]'

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Sneaker Pimps - '6 Underground'

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Carmen Miranda - 'Chica Chica Boom Chic'

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Wednesday, March 12, 2008

Frou Frou - 'Breathe In'

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Tuesday, March 11, 2008


T$ at Buffalo Void tagged me with a meme, so here goes!

1. Pick a single person, past or present, in the film industry who you'd like to have dinner with, and tell us why you chose this person.

Marilyn Monroe because I would love to dish the gossip and find out what really went on with her life. This is assuming she teleports to the present day for the special dinner.

2. Set the table for your dinner. What would you eat? Would it be in a home or at a restaurant? And what would you wear? Feel free to elaborate on the details.

It would be out at Zengo.

Everything on the menu.

For fun I'd sport a tux, and she of course would be glammed out.

Kimono Kisses would be drank throughout.


3. List five thoughtful questions you would ask this person during dinner.

1. So what really went on with John F. Kennedy?

2. Robert Kennedy?

3. What was it like to work with Montgomery Clift? Would she have done him if he hadn't [wasn't?] a big 'mo?

4. Did you realize what an impact you would have on pop culture and history?

5. What rumors are/aren't true about her and her life?

Bonus questions:

What was being married to Joe Dimaggio like?

Was he an Italian Stallion?

Can I videotape the dinner date for proof?

4. When all is said and done, select bloggers to pass this Meme along to. Link back to Lazy Eye Theatre, so that people know the mastermind behind this Meme.

Those who I tag are:



H. Alan Scott





Viva Vavoom

Caffeinator X

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Spandau Ballet - 'True'

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Sample Sale

Usura's - 'Open Your Mind' used a sample from:

Simple Mind's - 'New Gold Dream'

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Jean-Jacques Perrey - 'E.V.A.'

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Oh man. Where do I even start?

Accident ruins 800-pound man's date

'MEXICO CITY (AP) - When Manuel Uribe went out on a date, he made all the necessary arrangements: a forklift to carry him out of the house and a flatbed tow truck big enough to haul the formerly half-ton man and his bed to a party.

However, even the open road wasn't big enough to handle Uribe's dream of celebrating a budding romance and his success in losing about 440 pounds.

Uribe was halfway to a picnic near his Monterrey-area home on Sunday when one of the posts holding a sun-shielding tarp over his bed hit an overpass.

Uribe's blood pressure dropped so much his doctors advised him not to go on and the celebration - being documented by about two dozen photographers and reporters from around the world - was cancelled.

"We were going to celebrate that I've been losing weight for two years and that it was my girlfriend's birthday," Uribe said in a telephone interview. "The saddest part was that I couldn't fulfill my dream of taking my girlfriend out to eat."

Uribe says that after losing weight on a high-protein diet he started two years ago, he's down to about 800 pounds.

Last year, Uribe left his house for the first time in five years. Six people pushed his iron bed on wheels out to the street as a mariachi band played and a crowd gathered to see the man who once weighed 1,235 pounds).

At the time, the 42-year-old mechanic rode through the streets of his native San Nicolas de los Garza to enjoy the sun and wave to neighbors.

Uribe weighed more than 250 pounds as an adolescent, and he just kept growing.

Since the summer of 2002, Uribe has been bedridden, relying on his mother and friends to feed and clean him. He drew worldwide attention when he pleaded for help on national television in January 2006.

Uribe says despite the setback, he still hopes to go out with his girlfriend on June 11, when he will turn 43.

"We'll just have to plan it better," he said.'

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