Thursday, April 04, 2002

For those that are interested, the destructive symphony known as Megadeth has broken up after 20 years of scaring parents. This is apparently due to an injury sustained by founder and frontman Dave Mustaine that has caused serious nerve damage to his left hand and arm.

I don't know whether to be pleased or very disturbed.

OH MY GOD!! Clearly I'm dreaming... because if I'm not and that and this are real then the world may be getting too cool for me to handle. Not only did I see this today but I also saw huge Spider-Man displays at the grocery store, Hardee's, Wal-Mart, and Target... and if these surely aren't signs of a new world order of coolness then I don't know what is. (If anyone is curious I wear a medium in t-shirts...)

I'm quoting this straight from CHUD, which I don't like to do (make direct quotes I mean), but it was so shocking that I had to share it with you. It's about Dolph Lundgren...
"Born Hans Lundgren in Stockholm, Sweden, Dolph has a master's degree in chemical engineering from the University of Sydney and was awarded a Fullbright Scholarship to MIT. He also attended Stockholm's Royal Institute of Technology, Clemson, and Washington State and can speak Swedish, English, French, German and Japanese. On top of that, he is working on his third-degree black belt, won both the European and Australian full-contact karate championships and was team leader of the USA pentathalon team at the '96 summer olympics."
Holy crap.. all I can say is this guy should be ruling the world not making straight to video flicks... or maybe that's all part of his master plan.

Sweet jumping mugwumps! A really great comic (that I happened to enjoy) called The League of Extraordinary Gentlemen is being made into a film. I was already excited about the fact that Sean Connery has signed on to play one of the lead roles, but I learned tonight that Eddie Izzard may also be playing one of the main roles in the film. God bless America.. or as Eddie would say "God dress America."

Wednesday, April 03, 2002

It's about time.

More on Weezer's latest tour, the Dusty West '02 Tour.

Who isn't looking forward to the Monsters, Inc. DVD? It comes out on my birthday you know...

Sunday, March 31, 2002

Happy Easter everybody!
To celebrate this glorious holiday let's hear from Seanbaby on the subject of The Flash :
"You've probably seen normal everyday people suddenly go into an unstoppable rage because someone took 1.5 seconds too long to figure out the light turned green. I've personally broken my face headbutting an ATM in nearly every state in our great country because sometimes I swear the machine has to send a slow-moving ATM troll through a series of secret underground tunnels to find my money. The Flash moves at about the speed of light, so in the one second it took for you to freak out in a movie line, approximately one hundred and five years went by from his point of view. That means if you take all the time there's been since Jesus was tortured to death to right now and add in the thousand years before Jesus where people worshipped half-eaten caveman babies, that's how long a thirty second Pepsi girl commercial lasts for the Flash."

God bless you Seanbaby.

Awesome awesome awesome. A thirty-five minute interview with Gary Cherone.
You can also download Gary's new song "Need I Say More". It's a pretty tight song that some might call a follow up to "More Than Words". It's a similar setup (only guitar and vocals) and it's about a relationship.. only this is the downside of the type of love that makes you want to sing "More Than Words" to someone.. like when it doesn't work out. Still a great song though.

Some random quotes from my little sister's website/profile that I liked or identified with...
"Without the bitter the sweet wouldn't be sweet, without the sad the happy wouldn't be happy, and without you I would not be me..."
"Don't ask the sun to always shine...It can't, the clouds exist...Don't ask the leaves not to fall...the wind exists...Dont ask me not to love... I cant YOU EXIST!"
"One day we'll look back at this and run into a parked car"
"Open minded students everywhere owe a debt of gratitude to Abercrombie and Fitch. Not since Hester Prynne has an embroidered "A" been such a clear indication of whom to avoid."
"Suicide is a way of telling God you can't fire me I quit."