Friday, May 29, 2009

Concrete Blonde - 'God Is A Bullet'

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'Break Me Off A Piece of AP-PLE-SAUCE...'

Thursday, May 28, 2009

Busy Week

Sorry for the lack of posts.

So in the mean time, AutoTune The News 3.

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Wednesday, May 27, 2009

Oh Man.

Tuesday, May 26, 2009

Didn't think it was all that bad....

'Days Of Darkness'

Audio NSFW

Total low-budget C-Movie, but it kept me watching.

Probably because the lead character [the guy in the blue t-shirt] is hubba2.

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Friday, May 22, 2009


Aspekt - 'Hi Jack'

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Thursday, May 21, 2009

The Shins - 'New Slang"

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Green Day - 'Brain Stew/Jaded'

Back in the day, this video came on once after having tripped balls the night before, and it totally described that acid hangover you feel.

To this day, I associate this song with that ick feeling.

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Village Of The Damned

Wednesday, May 20, 2009

Radiohead - 'Stop Whispering'

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Mash Up!: Mariah Carey Vs. Fragma

'We Belong Miracle'

Didn't know there was a video for this mash up.

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Paul Van Dyk - 'For An Angel'

Hard to believe this came out over 10 years ago.

I remember this being one of the first music videos to be emailed to me online.

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Q-Feel - 'Dancing In Heaven'

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Toad The Wet Sprocket - 'Good Intentions'

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English Beat - 'Best Friend'

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Tuesday, May 19, 2009

Old Skool Jam - MD X-press - 'God Made Me Phunky'

Holy sheesh. This was '94?

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Sharon Jones Rulez.

'100 Days 100 Nights'

'I Just Dropped in to See What Condition My Condition Is In'

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Saturday, May 16, 2009

Daft Punk's Predecessor?

La Bionda - 'I Wanna Be Your Lover'

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Check out his shoes.

Friday, May 15, 2009

All Growed Up

Twitter Jumps The Whale

Andy Gibb - 'Everlasting Love'

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Thursday, May 14, 2009


Mark Rae - 'Medicine [Kraak & Smaak Remix)]'

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Old Skool Gospel House: Jasper St. Company - 'A Feeling'

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Tuesday, May 12, 2009

Worst. Movie. Ever.


Was stoked because it's a zombie movie, but it's just plain stupid.

Supposedly some aliens send down meteors and cast rain showers on some little town in Australia.

You can tell they were trying to be all Shaun Of The Dead with humor and stuff.

Didn't work.

You learn nothing about the hero-bad ass.

The rain supposedly is acid and burns their clothes, yet on skin it's fine.

The continuity of burning clothing is non-existent.

And at the end, the aliens suck all the people up in the sky, and then return them all back to life and healthy.


No explanation given as to why the aliens only chose this town either.

And as you guessed it, the zombie virus comes back.

Total waste of my time and brain cells.

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David Naughton - 'Makin' It'

I made the mistake of downloading this off of a particular mp3 blog and that was a total mistake.

Every now and then, it'll pop up in my head and I can't get it out.

Le sigh.

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Grew On Me...

Aleesha Dixon - 'Let's Get It Started'

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I dig it....

David Guetta feat. Kelly Rowland - 'When Love Takes Over'

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Kasabian - 'Fire'

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Monday, May 11, 2009

Bring It On Down To Plasticville...

Mom Celebrity Translator

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Little Boots - 'New In Town'

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Hipsters In Space

Revenge Of The Democratic Nerds

Thursday, May 07, 2009


Empire Of Lilliput

Wednesday, May 06, 2009

For My Gay Guy Peeps....

and The Ladies....

Guys With iPhones.

[Most def NSFW.]

If you think about it, it's a peek into the narcissistic and 'show-offedness' of the male psyche.

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Originally uploaded by bonjourpeewee

All kinds of blue today.

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Tuesday, May 05, 2009

Friendly Fires - 'Jump In The Pool'

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Friday, May 01, 2009


Diggin' This

Passion Pit - 'The Reeling [Calvin Harris Remix]'

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Today In Useless Info: 'Oyster Crackers'

'Oyster crackers are small, salted, buttery crackers, typically hexagons about 0.59 in (15 mm) in diameter, although a slightly larger circular variety is also prevalent. They are popular in the northeastern USA, where they are served as an accompaniment to soup, and in the Cincinnati area, where they are frequently served with the city's distinctive chili.

In New England oyster crackers are served in oyster stew and chowders. Oyster crackers do not contain oysters. The origin of the name is unclear, but it may be that they were originally served with oyster stew or clam chowder or merely that their form (a vaguely round 'shell' that splits evenly into two parts) was suggestive of the shape of an oyster in its shell. According to the web site of the still-extant bakery discussed below, the crackers were so named because they were commonly served with oyster stew and other oyster dishes (at least on their early packages).

The oyster cracker was invented by Adam Exton, a baker in Trenton, New Jersey. He emigrated to America from Lancashire, England in 1842. [1] In Trenton, Exton opened a cake and cracker bakery with his brother-in-law, Richard Aspden in 1846. Although Aspden died the following year, Exton continued with the bakery (named the Exton Cracker Bakery or Adam Exton & Co.). He invented the oyster cracker along with a machine that rolled and docked pastry and solved the sanitary problems of hand-rolling crackers.

His oyster cracker was so popular that competitor bakeries "borrowed" his recipe and began producing them as well.

Westminster crackers still makes oyster crackers.

They are known for their tiny appearance. Also, they have a taste similar to saltine crackers.'

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