[via TBogg who makes an important observation]
Just as was done last week, here’s a link to some free media: Oliver Wang has one of the new tracks (and three of the skits) from the new Busta Rhymes album New Crack City. Head over to Soul Sides and get familiar, bitch!
If you need some light yet titillating reading, R. Mildred is sustaining the Twisty Faster-induced hummer kerfuffle with some commentary on the fellatio pro cunnilingus phenomenon. Something the right and proper Malkins don’t have to worry about.
Gratuitous blast from the past: Bareback Jesse.
We’ll know Malkin has fully completed her aerial excursion over the great white’s holding tank when Henry Rollins gets around to writing her a letter. Until then, enjoy his love letter to Mlle. Coulter, whose latest book is still in the Top 5 at Amazon. Congrats, Ann!
N.B. “Ann Friday” is a Robinson Crusoe character reference, i.e. “man Friday”. And ouch. Shapeshifters Unite.
…is an anagram of “Wal*Mart niche, k?”
And my property line happens to border the site of the town’s brand spankin’ new Super Wal*Mart! Too coincidental to pass up. I thought the worst of the noise pollution had passed when the blasting ended back in February. Sadly, no!
I distinctly remember the letter we received last year that gave the projected completion date “at or around September 11, 2006.” Pretty specific, I’d say. And it’s creepin’ up!
I ♥ lunchtime posting. While YouTube may be negatively affecting the zeitgeist of the blogosphere, I don’t see anything wrong with it. Check out this incredible performance of “Let’s Stay Together” by Al Green.
I might have something substantive up later. Might not. I think my “about” page is up, if you’re interested.
McBoing-Boing is calling out your idols. Because I learned long ago that the statement, “Nick Cave is the coolest man alive,” is tautological, I’ll have to reach a bit farther into the archives.
You think Elvis could have kept his cool around a Thompson submachine gun-wieldling Brigitte Bardot? Nick Cave *may* have been able to pull it off. Maybe.
I do have to express my disappointment in both of the videos referenced here. The songs they’re based on are uncommonly cinematic, and it’s a shame that their respective producers didn’t have the resources to go all out.
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