Saturday, July 5, 2008

R.I.P. Gereme

Tuesday, May 13, 2008

In Memory of an aunt, an uncle, and a great-grandmother for mother's day

Wednesday, May 7, 2008

5 Psychological Experiments That Prove Humanity is Doomed

You've gotta read this shit, it scared the hell outta me. is funny and informative. Just got done reading '5 Psychological Experiments That Prove Humanity is Doomed'. I realize we're just a herd of cattle, but considering actual scientific proof that supports this; it's spine-tingling.

Check out the Stanford Prison Experiment Website and the wikipedia page is informative as well.

It's Only Make-Believe

The myth of Elvis Presley looms large in popular culture. Not only did he play a key role in the birth of rock 'n' roll music--thereby forever changing the course of American history--Tupelo's most famous son became the embodiment of everything both glorious and tragic about stardom in the late 20th century. If the years since Presley's passing have taught us anything, it's that his legacy has only grown. He may have been massively, unprecedentedly popular before, but it was only in death that he could truly become a symbol, an icon to be worshipped and desecrated in equal measure. Nothing quite offers a testament to Presley's iconic status like the proliferation of impersonators who've flourished in the years since The King's death. No other performer has inspired this kind of tribute, or at least to such an enormous degree.

Looking at these impersonators, we might find that Presley's own tragic story is repeated in miniature, dozens of times over. At least in the case of one such artist--who perhaps ironically insisted he wasn't imitating Elvis--the story is arguably even more tragic and without a doubt far stranger...(more)

Tuesday, May 6, 2008

Check out Charlie the Unicorn

My youngest daughter, Lily, showed me this great video. It's about these two gay unicorns that pester this other unicorn named Charlie.

You can check out more Charlie the Unicorn and other hilarious stuff @

Have fun!

Friday, May 2, 2008

Some scary shit about Obama

I don't agree with everything in this video, but this is enough to consider, maybe he ain't the right man for the job. Come on fence-sitters and guilt-ridden white people, do not elect this man in November.

Wednesday, April 30, 2008

Redd Kross - Redd Blood Cells

Spent the last coupla days searching music blogs because my neighbor is a 'denim-skirt-to-the-floor-wearing' Pentacostal bitch who has a strange affinity for rapping her hairy man-knuckles against the adjoining wall in our "Section 8's Welcomed" duplex whenever any electrtronic device in my house registers a sound above the magnetostriction hum of the electrical transformers inside my stereo. Therefore, instead of recording my own album of future classics, I sit with headphones perched while trying to maintain peace with my neighbors.
Found something I can't believe I missed; Steve McDonald, bassist for Redd Kross, put bass guitar on the White Stripes, 'De Stijl' cd. Been listenin' to 'Dead Leaves & the Dirty Ground' (with bass) & Scarlett Johannson 'Anywhere I Lay My Head' non-stop. This really is a good day. I think I'll mow my neighbor's lawn.