March 2008 Archives

aughgh head asploding time again

One band has a charismatic, hirsute lead singer linked with some of the world's most attractive women.
The other band has a charismatic, hirsute lead singer linked with some of the world's most attractive women.

One band has talented instrumentalists and an alt-roots-rock sound derived from The Band and Van Morrison.
The other band has talented instrumentalists and an alt-roots-rock sound derived from The Band and Van Morrison.

One band is tonight's musical guest on Leno.
The other band is tonight's musical guest on Letterman.

One band's name ends with "Crows."
The other band's name ends with "Crowes."

aauuuuuuuuuuusudohfiosjf kill me now.

seriously, read a book or something

How, exactly, is it possible to not know that Gary Glitter is a child rapist?

It's not like it's something recent. He's been molesting children for decades. He's been kicked out of four countries!

Yet look at all the people they found in this article who had no idea the 'Rock & Roll, Pt. 2' guy was a chronic child rapist.

Oh, yeah, you might know a dude who gets quoted a few times in that article. Read all the way to the end, he sounds particularly smart there.

sad money :-(

Jim Cramer suffers from bipolar disorder. See what happens when he is off his meds.

Hey, ho, where'd you go, Ohio?

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Congratulations, Buckeye State, you've managed to be more racist than VIRGINIA and SOUTH CAROLINA.

ow ow ow ow ow

CBS just showed an excellent 60 Minutes episode featuring Tuesday's primaries and the miserable state of American health care coverage. They followed it up with Big Brother. The juxtaposition was unexpected and severe. I am suffering intellectual whiplash.

The Grapefruit Gal informs me they do this every week. Please, if you know someone who watches CBS Sunday nights, take them for an EEG. They might be flatlining in the grey matter.

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