Friday, March 30, 2007

My empire of Dirt.

Johnny Cash’s cover of Nine Inch Nail’s “Hurt” is an amazing song and video. I have played it about 100 times and it just gets better. I even jumped on GooTube and watched it again after finally seeing Walk the Line last month.

Well it turns out there is a much better and even darker version of that song and video by KTF, man his life was fucked up:

Speaking of cartoon characters doing blow off of a bar (HOW IS THAT FOR A SEGWAY/SEGUE) I cant get enough of the PacMan Jones story from All Star weekend in Vegas, in which PacMan “allegedly” made it rain, beat up some strippers, choked a bitch, and shot a bouncer. Well now we have video, but remember this is only a re-enactment and not the actual footage

Why cant more athletes just be more like Gil and spend their nights on the road penning thousand-word manifestos on their blogs instead of doing coke off strippers. Although, now that I think about it, they are equally entertaining. Catch Gilbert’s latest here. Like I said a couple weeks ago, Gil is strange because he is a normal blogger. Pretty damn strange.
Speaking of bloggers. Behold the hotness that is...Blog Show.
As Agent Steinz is one of the few major media outlets to give the Redonkulous Links some love (thanks also Deadspin), I am pretty much expecting the RDL to appear as a screen shot at some point in the show’s future, unfortunately only a small percentage of these links are sports, and my posts are way to schizophrenic to stay with one topic, so I'm not holding my breath. Anyway that Jamie guy is actually really good and Steinz is also...entertaining. Seriously, if you ever want to kill 30 minutes by watching a tivo'd show about the internets that airs at the end of an hour-and-a-half show on mid-Atlantic regional television, this show is the single greatest way to do just that. How is that for an endorsement Steinz?
Stop bitching and start a least that is what the T-shirt says

The Che shirt may be the funniest sketch performer with that exact voice since Adam Sandler's goat.
Last week ended in one wacky weekend. The weekend started early, at about 4:30 p.m. on Friday, as I prepared for our client outreach program. When you represent bars and restaurants, client outreach is not quite the same as sales calls by the Dunder Mifflin crew. A few hours, about 10 vodka/tonics, some sushi, an irish car bomb (geez), a couple shots, and some fajitas later, I was prepared for a two day hangover. But I still had the double birthday celebration to run the next night. Spoony D captured the party in pictures. I started off relatively sober-looking, despite the hangover, I tagged everyone with my SR symbol for easy access to the bar, watched a few of these get passed around, and ended up by simply signing my name to a nice-sized bar bill. The payment in brain cells substituted for any cache payments for that weekend. Good times.


At 7:34 AM, Blogger Jason said...

#0 is the new 23

At 6:53 AM, Blogger rockstarjoe said...

Jeebus H Vishnu that is one hugemongous bar tab! Bravo, sir.

BTW that Kermit clip was amazing.

At 6:11 PM, Blogger subcontinental.giant said...

PacMan Jones is amazing ! Oh yeah, Wilco is gonna be here in 2 weeks. Unfortunately no one in Australia is ever heard of them so I have to roll solo.

At 9:04 AM, Blogger rockstarjoe said...

The new Wilco album is decent... at least the fist half is good, anyway. Better than that last one, but no YHF either.

At 11:42 PM, Blogger subcontinental.giant said...

I'm diggin' the new Ted Leo. Haven't heard the Wilco or the new Modest Mouse ?

At 9:17 AM, Blogger The Redonkulous Linker said...

Also into the new Ted Leo. Modest Mouse seems brilliant in spots and bad on purpose in other spots. New Shins is real good though. Don't have Wilco yet.


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