I’m a few minutes late, but at my local it was Lee Elia Day tonight, due to this sweary, sweary, wonderful rant by the Cubs manager:
Monthly Archives: April 2011
I don’t know how to describe this mix of STUFF. So I won’t try.
Next we go to a mountain forest in Japan, and “Bach on Wood,” as described perfectly by Mr. S:
TV on the Radio’s bassist Gerard Smith died of lung cancer. That band rocked so hard, and a lot of it was because of him.
New footage I just saw now:
I can’t not add this amazing and funny footage of Slim Gaillard I saw tonight:
And Jen Kwok has a new video, along with some guy, and here it is:
(I fuckin love Bustah.)
And now that cute Nellie girl, all singin’ bout dogs …
And now .. best band from Wisconsin FOR THE LAST SEVERAL YEARS
And um, I feckin love Chrissy Hynde.
Awwww. Lux Interior is being a doggie. How cute is that.
I loved this but also found it incredibly awkward:
The Internet does have everything! Yay! (Not safe for work.)
I accidentally love this:
There’s precious little actual Kate vid, but I just wanted to hear this song:
You have a poetic sensibility and an ability to see beyond the day to day. You often seem to be living in a higher realm, or to be not-of-this-earth. Occasionally you imagine interior lives for friends and associates that are near-complete fabrications based on your fears or hopes for the future. You are often not aware of your own feelings. You have a strong sense of right and wrong, and because of this are often disappointed. Despite what can sometimes be a destructive inward-turning anger, you are very gentle. You are sometimes a bit out of touch with the ebb and flow of modern life. If your behavior is out of synch with your moral values, a severe psychic disturbance can result. Because connectivity is so important to you, you can become quiet and sulky if you feel that others around do not understand your point of view.
Take the test (If you are prone to migraines or other seizures, you might not wanna click this link.)
Team Bukowski says: Watch the next two videos simultaneously for full effect.