Other goodies

31 10 2007


http://www.myspace.com/thespits

good band

http://www.yesbutnobutyes.com/archives/2005/12/ten_great_holly.html

“top 10 hollywood orgasms? thank you.

When Wezzo guested here recently, he showed us the latest TV spot from sex chain Ann Summers, featuring women reaching a yuletide climax (which in turn was probably inspired by Romantic Death by The Sun and THEIR inspiration, Beautiful Agony).

When you look at those clips, it’s clear that the ones from Beautiful Agony have an “authenticity” that the Ann Summers actresses can’t quite muster. Which got me thinking of some of the most outrageous orgasms of mainstream cinema. I bypassed porn, adult movies, Last Tango in Paris and the like, and concentrated more on mainstream films to bring you this countdown. So come with us now, as we build inexorably to a climax with our list of Ten Great Hollywood Orgasms. “

via: http://www.yesbutnobutyes.com/





Today from BoingBoing!!!

31 10 2007


Geez. what a good find today at Boingboing.net

http://www.flickr.com/photos/jumble/sets/72057594055928630/
Findings from a Jail Library. yay! I always want to know more about prison for some reason. prison pete is great. my dad was in prison.
heres what the picture says:
“my name is
i am here
because of an injustice
because a thing
i didn’t do i am inocent
i’m from mexico: puebla
but god will
help me because i believe … in him”

and

Zombie Yoga?
Today’s Boing Boing tv episode:

The invite said “Bring a Yoga Mat – Dress Like a Zombie.” When filmmaker and Boing Boing pal Jason Wishnow set out to create a trailer for Scott Kenemore’s new book “The Zen of Zombie : Better Living Through the Undead” (yes, people make video trailers for books!) a vision came to his brrraiiiiinns. Why not gather 100 people in a Brooklyn park, dress them as zombies, and film them all doing yoga? There’s no inner peace like undead inner peace.

So today on Boing Boing tv, in honor of Halloween, we’ve produced a behind-the-scenes look at the making of Jason’s Zombie Yoga trailer (we’ll share his actual trailer tomorrow!). Oh, and — watch out for flying guts when they do “downward decapitated dog” or “corpse pose.” (Music by T.bias.)

Link to video. Happy Halloween from Boing Boing! Zombies are forever.

and

Schwarzenegger says Marijuana not a drug
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Schwarzenegger says Marijuana not a drug
Posted by Mark Frauenfelder, October 31, 2007 2:25 PM | permalink
Dan says: “Here is a great story I found about Arnold Schwarzenegger telling a British journalist that marijuana is not a drug. He was trying to deflect suggestions that he had used drugs in the past by saying weed is ‘not a drug. It’s a leaf.” Then the PR machine began, predictably, to crank into full gear.”

Aaron McLear, Schwarzenegger’s press secretary, said the governor made the comments in a lighthearted context, noting his interviewer was Piers Morgan, one of the judges on “America’s Got Talent.” Morgan is a former British newspaper editor.

“The governor was doing an interview with the host of ‘America’s Got Talent,’ the newest version of the gong show,” McLear said. “I think it’s important to keep that quote in the context of the environment where it was said.”

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Misfit among misfits

31 10 2007


Finally get to listen to some misfits – for the holiday spirit. makes me antsy and sing-songy actually. and happy for some reason. the lyrics and bad guitars make me smile. like “last caress”
it’s nothing to smile about – killing babies, and feeling no remorse is awful too. eek.
Today was quite lazy but not really – had caffeine and coffee. tried to expand my knowledge. And even though it was through aim – or gaim, actually (linux distribution of aim) – I had a good talk or two.
I watched House last night. it’s ok. acting seemed a bit over the top. and the disease, although plausible and probable, it wasn’t all that real for me – at least the makeup.
I’ve got the urge to watch horror movies now. weird, because I wasn’t in the spirit until recently. Usually for me, I’d get bored with a holiday days before it arrived. like christmas – watching movies, red and green all over, carol, santas at every corner – even if that’s not possible. without holiday spirit! BS.
So I looked at Times 25 scariest movies. Bambi was on it. odd? older folk have trauma from it. it plays off the gear of abandonment in kids. so I got investation of the body snatchers. and Peeping tom – IMDB that shit! it’s a creepy movie about some photographer who takes photos of his victims before he kills them. and Bambi. Then I thought of getting Pinocchio. Because when talking with Jacki we couldn’t remember a lot of it. Why was he in the whale?
And I can’t remember the Little Mermaid. so movie marathon sometime? yeah! also – Little mermaid is Jacki’s favorite disney princess – Ariel, that is.
And I miss halloween at Nick’s. B-horrors. Tim Burton. Bela Lugosi. and Pizza. Mountain Dew. Connor Cameron and Mike. the Gang.
There was this one Nick’s Birthday/Halloween party. We went to Newtown for a haunted hayride. and it was funny and stoopid. Matt kelso hit some actor. and back at the Terrimani resident – pillow fight led to a fight which ended with some random kid being pulled down a flight of stairs. oh no! oh yeah!
Halloween was my favorite holiday as a kid. Dressing up. Candy. Movies. innocent tricks. Sleepovers at Nicks’. it wasn’t family oriented. I guess that’s what I liked most.
Christmas and Easter and Birthdays. Family oriented. and Church for those formers. I hate church. except for cozy ol’ Mt Carmel in the winters. Where families would huddle for warmth. and happiness was ripe because of anticipation of food, presents and good cheer. But Christmas and Easter were unhappy family-wise. excessive drink.

I’m at that point now, where I have to make a big decision. guess what it is. Write it as a comment. I dare you. right now.

It’s if I should continue to grow my hair out or now.
I wonder what people think when they hear that someone has a big decision to make. like I wonder if people think “oh my god, is he going to move somewhere? quitting his job? divorce?”

Where did I see my tape recorder? I think I’d love to record some things that are funny. You just don’t know when that’ll happen. unpredictable.

Is there a mental theory of changing repression – like personal PA – Psycho-analysis? like a internal way to make repression supression. I don’t believe PA is all that important.

My whorehouse joke worked in Philosophies of Life.
Q: What did the sign of the Whorehouse say?
A: Beat it – we’re closed.

Sitcom episode idea(s) of the day:
“baby switch”
one guy thinks his peer was switched with him at birth – his friend looks and acts like Person A’s family. and Person A is opposite of his family. And these other people in the sitcom actually baby sit and forget who’s baby is who and the parents get upset.
so at the end of the show he asks his family.
Father “you can’t be switched at birth”
Son “why?”
Mother “because, because you were adopted!”
ohhh!

“Stage fright”
don’t have much of a plot

DONATE BLOOD.

Transmission over.
Gotta watch some horror movies. and eat for once.
and Listening to: McRad, From Chimpan-A to Chimpan-Z, CSS, Percee P.
Peace out, girl scout.





and this makes me smile

31 10 2007

Link

Friday, October 19, 2007
Reasons To Be Cheerful: week of 10/19/07

Autumn has fallen, and Winter is in the wind. Dark grey days, with some welcome dampness to the air.
Looking out my window I can see the first light frosting of snow up in the foothills.

But it’s always good weather for relating to you some of the essential nonsense that’s crossed my path this week…

1. This weblog was born on 3/27/07. Just a few days ago it cleared the 50,000 hits mark, and I’m very pleased. As always, you have my thanks for visiting!

2. ‘Forklift Driver Klaus: The First Day on the Job’ – – Have you seen it?
Oh, it’s great fun, though perhaps not for the squeamish.





Here’s my fun for the day

31 10 2007


the funny:
ebony Magazine Ads
Click here to see the latest fashions. of the 70’s? hahaha,I mean the renaissance.
“A few amazing artifacts, culled from pages in a stack of old Ebony Magazines.

Some of these seem like a great value for mail-order fashion, even at mid-’70’s prices.

Why, consider all the material used in the lapels alone…”

and Mayo and Mustard Parody Commercials.
From Mr. Big Comes great commercials.
Link

“Nobody before or since has ever made better advertising parodies than Mr. Show. This series is one of my favorites. For best effect, watch all three from top to bottom. I’ve seen these dozens of times and I still laugh out loud with each viewing. I miss you Mr. Show.”





Furniture.

31 10 2007


Innovative furniture design that makes cubism out of traditional furniture. I love this. it’s modern made straight from the old.

Link

Smansk Design Studio says:

“Today you can find a variety of products with rococo shapes in new materials. But no attempts to modernize the shape itself. This is the concept of Smånsk Neo Rococo. Truly modern products with the visual qualities of an ornamented style like the rococo. The table “Jean Pape” and the commode “Haupt” are derived from pixelated original rococo blueprints. To meet the modern, simplification seemed the right way to go. To achieve this we lowered the resolution, and numbers of polygons in models of authentic rococo furniture.”





Real Mario

31 10 2007


This is a pic that was on badbananablog
Thanks a lot. it’s for a promotion for a computer superstore, I think.