Firstly, new facebook, You Ugly. No Alibi Ugly.
Jeezey talkin about Life, The Gov, his new record, and Barry:
“man, fuck Fox News.”
has Mr. Jones started something?
NYTimes linking is going on here … I’m not happy about this … but, here’s a good article about wine and it’s boxed form and why that’s a good idea. You know, beyond easy transport on campus in shitty small liberal arts colleges that provide so little to do you become an alkie because at least that’s something.
Lieberman, such a prick, the AP even freudian slips it in:
“His top contenders are said to include Minnesota Gov. Tim Pawlenty and former Massachusetts Gov. Mitt Romney. Less traditional choices mentioned include former Pennsylvania Gov. Tom Ridge, an abortion-rights supporter, and Connecticut Sen. Joe Lieberman, the Democratic vice presidential prick in 2000 who now is an independent.”
Check the new Wired, “The future of the Electric Car” issue for the graphic on pg 92 which illustrates the 4 levels of Girl Talk track “What It’s All About.”
I wonder if there’s a corollary between Mac/Tech geeks mocking Microsoft for going with Seinfeld and Far Left Dems being pissed about Biden?
Murs has got a new record coming out, and you best support the tour, too.
Crazy Doucheneck Toby Keith likes Barack? What the eff?
Dowd wrote something competant. That’s hell freezing over that your’re feeling.
The Pharcyde, remixed by Hot Chip. What more need I say, top billing.
The Walkmen used to be Jonathan Fire*Eater. Back when they were, ages ago, I saw them play a record label show. Lupton, the former lead singer is the son of one of my mother’s best friends. Good kid, shame how things went down. Honestly, though, I’ve yet to be impressed by either iteration.
Swagger Like Us is boring. Clifford’s first single, “Whatever You Like,” the poppy wish fulfillment that it is, is miles better. Shame on Jay, Yeezey and Weezey. This should be epic. This should be Redeem Team Rap. It is not.
Music reccomendation: Q And Not U. Kind of feeling an At The Drive In sound somewhere within.
Finally, I missed the onsale, but TV On The Radio has a new album and tour. Looks like I’ll have to stub hub this one. I havn’t seen them since they played Siren, and that’s too long for me with regards to Tunde & Co.