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Massive Justin Bieber Attacks L.A, Godzilla Nowhere to be Found.

April 19, 2010 by

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Well, it’s official, I hate the Dodgers now.  A friend emailed me the “story” from the bay area-centric news site, sfist.com, by way of CALIBER (which has some amazing photographs of life in SF that do not involve Satan’s child by the way).  I thought I’d leave this one alone, but all it seemed to […]

And the Oscar for Best Windmill goes to…wait, what?!

March 8, 2010 by

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Nataliya forced me to watch some of the Oscars last night. Maybe forced is too strong a word; Nataliya tuned in to watch the Oscars last night while I was in the same room tooling over what to play on the show this week. Sadly, my headphones were not enough to protect me from the […]

Lil Chuckee vs. Lil Twist: Race to the Wiki

March 4, 2010 by

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(Update: Lil Twist has officially won the race to the wiki with his upcoming album thrusting him into cultural relevancy over Lil Chuckee. Upon hearing the news, Q attempted to throw himself from a building, but was stopped by T who convinced him that if he could survive the rise and fall of Mystikal he […]

Justin Bieber, the Anti-Christ

February 25, 2010 by

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There are many ideas of how the end of days will play out: an anti-Christ will appear and throw the world in chaos, starting a war that will kill everyone; nuclear holocaust; a cast of angels will come down and purge the wicked with flaming swords and those terrifying spike balls on chains; Gozer the […]

“We are the World” Remake kills Hip-Hop, pisses of Jay-Z, inexplicably includes Vince Vaughn.

February 17, 2010 by

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By now we all are acutely aware that the We Are the World 25 for Haiti was a big fucking musical mess. It took something that was original and  kind of touching from the 1980’s and made it into an auto-tuned trainwreck of forced, sappy pop idiocy. Seriously, pop-idol/far-t00-young-celebrity Justin Bieber sang the opening verse. This […]

No News Like Good News

January 12, 2010 by

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So if you remember my post from that magical pre-Christmas time (a.k.a. Hell-Week), A Rage Filled Christmas, you may recall that I talked about Britain’s X-Factor. It’s basically a clone of American Idol, right down to the three judges (a better statement would be a clone of Pop Idol, the show which American Idol was based […]

A Rage filled Christmas!

December 22, 2009 by

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Sorry Simon Cowell, X-Factor winner Joe McElderry, and all you mindless UK American-Idol based program, X-Factor drones—the people have spoken and they are tired of manufactured reality tv celebrities. The voice of their outrage, Rage Against The Machine’s “Killing in the Name”, which is only fitting. Their battle grounds, the coveted top spot on Brittan’s […]