Mar 31, 2009
Mar 30, 2009
Title: Having A Party/Jeff Black Song
Label: Suburban Home
Vinyl: "Whiskey and Coke" colored vinyl (700 copies)
Mar 29, 2009
Mar 28, 2009
Mar 26, 2009
Another edition of this Jew's review of hotness from Bollyland. Urvashi Sharma was a video chick, meaning she was the object of some letch's desire in some song and dance routine.
Of course she went into movies where she proved she was nothing more than eye candy. But that's okay with Weinstein, he still has love for her. She hails from New Delhi and comes from a conservative family, but the draw of Bollywood was too much.
Mar 25, 2009
Mar 24, 2009
As I was getting my fix of green tea in the 4th floor kitchen, there was a rather large gentleman near the coffee machine. In an effort to go green, our company eliminated the regular sized plastic water/coffee cups and replaced them with flimsy paper cups 2/3rds the size of a regular shot glass.
This was done to reduce waste and encourage employees to bring their own coffee mugs, jugs, bottled water, etc. The slight downside is when employees would bring in a parched client and would constantly have to refill the puny paper cup to quench their thirst.
So, back to the fat dude trying to get coffee. The smallest size for a cup of coffee is 8 oz and it takes a couple minutes for the coffee to pour. With the small cup in hand, he was anticipating the coffee to be poured and I just had to speak up.
“It’s gonna take a couple minutes… you might want to place the cup in the center, cuz you don’t wanna burn your hand from the scalding hot coffee.”
Luckily, he placed the cup in the right spot, but it still over flowed. There was coffee spilled all over the coffee machine and on the kitchen floor. The doofus still burned his hand when he picked up the thin paper cup. I had to leave cuz I couldn’t hold in my laughter any longer.
After retelling the story to Ranguden, he asked “did he just look stupid or what?”
Mar 23, 2009
Mar 21, 2009
Mar 20, 2009
Mar 19, 2009
This babe is actually from London...but like all indian models has found her way into Bollywood. Weinstein would like to fry her fish. This reminds me of the Simpsons episode where he was at that hotel when the bell boy was making all these lovy dovy sounds.
She has appeared on Indian R&B Star Jay Sean's videos and why not she deserves it!
Mar 18, 2009
One of the things I've been working on is the weekly at1UP podcast from 1UP.com. We're on our fourth episode now and starting to get into our groove. Check it out if you get a chance and subscribe to it on iTunes.
This particular episode is special because of the last three minutes or so (yes, we totally ripped off Camp Michael McDonald).
Mar 16, 2009
Vinyl: Clear red vinyl
Minor Threat played its final show in September of 1983 and recorded the Salad Days 7" in December. At that point Jeff and Ian had been in 4 different bands together and after a few months of no music, they figured it was time to start working on the next project.After a series of different line-ups with Ian playing bass, then guitar, and then singing, and after almost a year of playing, the new band had started taking shape with Chris and Mike (both ex-Faith), However, there were still plenty of unresolved frustrations held over from Minor Threat, and upon further discussion, Ian and Jeff decided that it was probably a better idea to not embark on another band together. Ivor, who had left the Faith to go to college was home on winter break at that time and was asked to play drums. He was up for it and the band agreed to wait for him until he finished the school year.The irony of the situation was that Ian ended up singing for the Faith, a band that his brother had sung for, and one that had already gone through a heated break-up. Still, everyone was really eager to be in a band again, especially since there was so much activity surrounding the scene in connection with Revolution Summer, and it was decided to go ahead with the line-up.Embrace played its first show with Rites of Spring and Gray Matter at Food for Thought in July '85 and managed to play about 15 shows before things came apart.
A highly recommended album, irregardless of the format.
Mar 14, 2009
Mar 12, 2009
This hot babe was wandering around good ol Bombay looking for a bite to eat when some sleazy greasy photographer saw her. His accoutrement went hard and asked if she would be interested in modelling.
Like she was gonna say no, her need for money was pretty strong. She was also wondering when Weinstein was gonna mess with her stuff.
Mar 11, 2009
Mar 9, 2009
I got this late last summer but right now, I can't recall where I got this from outside of the the website being based in London or thereabouts. But since it's the music in the grooves that matters every time, suffice it to say that this pro-quality recording (I think from a radio broadcast) recorded in Boston around the time of Combat Rock runs the gamut setlistwise for this lifelong Clash fan, with highlights from every album of theirs (except Give 'Em Enough Rope, strangely enough... also, despite my somewhat witty post title, "Rock the Casbah" is NOT on this album, but "Should I Stay or Should I Go" is.). Score this, and you'll have the perfect companion piece to the recently released and much essential legit Clash live CD Live at Shea Stadium.
Mar 6, 2009
Mar 5, 2009
Because I am really getting irritated by these bumouts at Gamestop.
I'm sick of hearing "nobody pre-ordered it so we didn't get ANY of that game in AT ALL" after I ask for a title!
Does everyone have to pre-order every single thing?
This hot piece of you know what is a fashion model in the Indian scene. Originally born in Monrovia, Liberia, this chick moved to India at a young age to one day conquer the modeling scene. Although that didn't happen she made her way onto tv, where she plays a chick who always gets taken advantage of.
I guess anything to keep a job.