Monday, February 18, 2008
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I am one of four folks battling it out over the momental election of 2008.
Thursday, February 14, 2008
Check out the cameo of Madonna and Billy Idol at :02!!!!
Is this song the definition of "cheese"?
Check out the cameo by the Unabomber at :50!!!!
The chick at 1:30 seriously is a dead-ringer for Missy when she was in high school.
What a cutey!!!
Check out the "full moon" at :23!!!
Is the lead singer's outfit during the concert scenes "flattering"??
In real life, would a hot little pixie like that really give the time of day to Mr. Prince Valiant Man??
Does the "story" inside the video make ANY sense??
I really do love all these songs, I have to admit....
Sunday, February 10, 2008
Saturday, February 9, 2008
Canadian folk rock legend Neil Young said he has lost all hope that music can change the world, as he presented a documentary about his 2006 anti-war concert tour at the Berlin film festival on Friday.
"I know that the time when music could change the world is past. I really doubt that a single song can make a difference. It is a reality," Young told reporters.
"I don't think the tour had any impact on voters."
I beg to differ, Mr. Young. In your old age you have become cynical. Where is the idealism of your hippie youth?
I am here to tell you that one song can change the world and that song is THIS!!!!!!!!
Regardless of whoever wins the US presidency in November 2008, the gentleman on the right will definitely be a factor in 2012.
His name is Piyush "Bobby" Jindal and he is the governor of Louisiana.
The child of immigrants from India, he picked "Bobby" as a nickname after watching the Brady Bunch program at the age of four.
Only 36 years old Jindal, a Rhodes Scholar and former McKenzie & Associates management consultant, has already served as a US congressman an appointed commissioner over Louisiana's medicare program .
In college he became a convert to Catholicism. He is a pro-life, conservative Republican.
America, meet Bobby Jindal.
Wednesday, February 6, 2008
Tuesday, February 5, 2008
In an a multi-part interview to begin airing on Wednesday, February 6th, Birkhead says the visit is difficult for him, but he arranged it for his daughter.
Sunday, February 3, 2008
Nashville, Tenn (AP) Fresh from a series of impressive wins in South Carolina and Florida, Senator Frankenstein (R-Arizona) looks poised to sweep a majority of Super Tuesday primary states.
"Yeah, the neck bolts can be a tab bit distracting," said Margaret Hillsdale of South Cross, Tennessee during a Frankenstein rally at Vanderbilt University. "But when you add in Senator Frankenstein's foreign policy experience and military background you get an impressive candidate for the Republican side."
Although many conservative and evangelical Republicans are distraught about the idea of a Frankenstein nomination, with their base current being divided by the dual candidacies of Governor Pyle and Governor Just For Men, Super Tuesday looks pretty good for the formal naval war hero and Republican moderate.
Friday, February 1, 2008
When it's live, better make sure you have seasoned professionals in front of the camera.
When you don't have seasoned professionals.....well, anything can happen.....
The link below is pure, 100% agony.
Live TV Disaster!!!!
Thursday, January 31, 2008
Bummer of a record, Freddie.
Well, at least you just saved a bunch of money on car insurance by switching to Geico!
I believe Mr. Gage's first album was "There's A Growth on My Liver"?
Or maybe it was "Alzheimers Runs in My Family"??
East Germany's huge mega-hit from the summer of 1982.
Warm, romantic standards set to cold, harsh Bavarian synthesizer music.
Now, it's time on Sprockets when he dance!
Jim Post's seminal album "I Love My Life".
Sure the record label scoffed at first when Mr. Post presented the execs with his latest album art concepts, but when album sales soared past 150 in the Spring of 1975, high-fives were exchanged all around.....
Dudes, if you absolutely must have a walrus-esque handlebar mustache please make sure its at least well-groomed.....
Wednesday, January 30, 2008
I love a good pulpy thriller. It's in my DNA.
I am currently reading Scott Smith’s The Ruins after stumbling upon the glowing review by none other than Stephen King on The Ruins Amazon review page.
Smith’s previous novel, his first, was A Simple Plan, a study in tension and duplicity, that was later made into an excellent movie with Bill Paxton and Billy Bob Thornton.
Smith publishes a book every decade so when The Ruins came out I was excited.
The Ruins is the story of six guys and girls in their early twenties who, during a self-indulgent, booze-filled beach vacation in Cancun, decide, for no particularly good reason, to pack up and head off into the jungle for a little adventure.
During their stumble in the jungle, they mistakenly fall into what is quickly and clearly The Wrong Place To Be.
And then it gets increasingly worse from there.
The Ruins is fast-paced, scary, tightly-written, and believe me, horrifying to the extreme.
Anyone who has ever traveled freely and loosely in foreign locales will find elements of this book terrifying and oddly familiar.
It's already been made into a film coming out later in '08 produced by Ben Stiller, of all people. I am looking forward to it.