Friday, February 24, 2006

Lyric Game 3

You know the rules. No looking up on teh interwebs.

Cold turkey's getting stale,
tonight I'm eating crow
Fermented salmonella poison oak no
There's a drought at the fountain of youth,
and now I'm dehydrated.
My tongue is swelling up

Bonus points if you name the album.

Thursday, February 23, 2006

Lyric Game

As usual, no cheating by looking it up. Either you know it or ya don't!

Farmers (What!!!) Farmers (What!!!)
I'm ready (we're ready!!!)
I think I'm gonna bomb a town (get down!!)

Tuesday, February 21, 2006

Should I Be Hating Bono More?

I used to be a huge fan of U2. All through the 80's and into the early 90's. They lost me with that giant lemon shit.

I think it's admirable that Bono actually does something to put pressure on government leaders to help the poor.

But does he really need a clothing line? Or is he donating all the money to the poor?

Please Bono, don't make me hate you for more than the past 13 years of craptacular music.

Why Do I Think This Guy Never Puts This Position To Good Use?

Happy Tuesday People!

Friday, February 17, 2006

Oh Those Whacky Interwebs!

huge pussy

Stuff on My Cat

Rick Rubin + Metallica = Greatness

Metallica have decided that some new blood was in order for their next studio album and have enlisted legendary producer Rick Rubin to helm the effort.

In an official post on their website, Metallica revealed the news along with new photos from the studio. "Since this Rick dude is new to all of this, we thought it would be a nice gesture to help break him into the music business by asking him to produce our next record. We're very happy he said yes! In other words, we are psyched to share with you that Rick Rubin is producing the next Metallica album! F**K YEAH!", reads the posting.

The news comes despite a September 2005 interview with Lars Ulrich where he stated, "I would say that Bob Rock will always be our producer. You know it's almost like default. It's not whether he should produce, it's more whether he shouldn't produce it. So I would expect Bob Rock to produce it unless he's not interested."

Rubin is a busy guy these days; he is also onboard to produce the new Linkin Park album. His past credits include albums with Slayer, System of a Down, and Slipknot. antiMusic was awaiting an official comment from the Rubin camp at press time. We will update if that comes.

In the past Rubin has produced such albums as the Beastie Boys Licensed to Ill, Run DMC's Raising Hell, The Cult's Electric, Johnny Cash's American IV When The Man Comes Around, The Red Hot Chili Peppers' Blood Sugar Sex Magik, Tom Petty's Wild Flowers, and worked on Jay Z's 99 Problems.

Wednesday, February 15, 2006

Can Tom Cruise Get ANY CRAZIER?

Ok I think most of this celebrity gossip is lame and boring, but most of it turns out to be true. And Crazy Cruise just brings it upon himself.

Supposedly he and Katie Holmes have broken up....

The rift between Mr. Cruise and Ms. Holmes began shortly after the new year, said Life & Style, when Ms. Holmes failed her weekly E-meter test. (Weekly E-Meter Test????!!!) An E-meter, according to the Secrets of Scientology website, is a "crude lie detector used by Scientology auditors (counselors) to examine a person's mental state. Scientologists claim the device allows people to 'see a thought.' In the hands of a trained auditor, they believe it can uncover 'hidden crimes.'"

The hidden crimes of Katie Holmes included a desire to be allowed to go to the bathroom without her Scientology minder, a wish to resume her acting career after her child is born, and her disappointment that Mr. Cruise refused to have sex with her after she had become pregnant.

"Once Katie started having sex," said a friend of the actress, "she really got into it, but Tom simply saw it as a means to an end. As soon as she was pregnant, he lost interest in her altogether. I think she's starting to wonder if those rumors about Tom are true."

"You'll notice there was no public display of tonsil hockey on Valentine's Day," said MSNBC-TV's Rita Cosby. "No renting a toy store, no age-inappropriate presents, no open house at Chuck E. Cheese."

Instead, reported FOX News Shepard Smith, Mr. Cruise has been spotted by himself at Kanye West concerts recently.

The Mission Impossible star "dangled off a nine-foot-high balcony" at a concert in Los Angeles. Then he screamed, "All these people are making me crazy. It’s too much!"

As onlookers "gasped in disbelief," said In Touch Weekly, Mr. Cruise climbed up cables leading to the VIP balcony and "went nuts" when he heard his favorite songs from Mr. West.

When Mr. West sang a line from "Gold Digger" about the need for prenups, Mr. Cruise threw his hands in the air and shouted, "Yeah, my [N-word]." (Stop it now. I'm embarrassed for you.)

Mr. Cruise also "cornered other concert-goers to preach about Scientology," reported In Touch Weekly.

"He kept asking us what religion we were," one concert goer complained. "He told us that Scientology changed his life and his fiancĂ©e’s life, and it could change ours, too. I didn't think he was ever going to let us go. He was starting to get creepy."

In related news, Tom Cruise is threatening to sue biographer Andrew Morton. Mr. Cruise reportedly went livid when he learned that Mr. Morton had hired Los Angeles private investigator and former gay adult actor Paul Baressi to probe on-going speculation that the Top Gun star is gay.

Check Out This Picture!

"Dude, check out this picture on my cell phone. This chick totally showed me her boobs last night at the Drunken Clam"

Monday, February 13, 2006

Van Halen is the new INXS. Axl Rose is the new Willy Loman. Prince is the new Willy Wonka.

Sources tell TMZ that Van Halen is in the market for a new lead singer, and the marketplace will be the upcoming reality show 'Rock Star: The Series.'

Last October, Van Halen reps vehemently denied the band would use 'Rock Star' in a talent search for a new lead singer. The reps are now singing a different tune. Van Halen publicist Larry Solters told TMZ: "I'm not denying it. I'm not going to answer any questions about it."

Last year, the band INXS used 'Rock Star' to find a new lead singer. J.D. Fortune won the competition, and the band is now making a comeback with a hit new album and a sold-out tour.

As for Van Halen, the group has had three lead singers since it hit the scene back in 1978: David Lee Roth, who left the band in 1985, Sammy Hagar, who split in 1996, and Gary Cherone, who did just one album and tour with the band in 1998.

The next season of 'Rock Star,' produced by Mark Burnett for CBS, is scheduled to air during the summer. Neither Burnett nor CBS would comment on the Van Halen buzz.

Say it's not so Eddie, say it's not so.


The New York Post's PageSix reports that Axl and an entourage descended on the Chelsea hotspot STEREO last week as the club was closing it doors but Axl persuaded the owners to keep the club open for them by offering an exclusive impromptu listening party of the new CD.

Axl plans to release the cd in person door to door. Look for your visit soon.


The artist formerly known as a symbol implying lack of specific gender - that's Prince to you - has an album coming out very soon. On March 21st, 2006 he's releasing 3121, and each album purchased could contain a purple ticket that would allow you through the doors of Prince's Minneapolis mansion.

I'm afraid what you'd find in there.

Olympic Luger Or Modern Day Oompa Loompa? You Decide.

Friday, February 10, 2006

Take THAT Britney! You Got Teddy Roosevelt Served!

''Honestly, I think we should just trust our president in every decision he makes and should just support that, you know, and be faithful in what happens,'' said the gum-chewing singer. Asked if she trusted the president, she said: ''Yes, I do.''

"To announce that there must be no criticism of the President, or that we are to stand by the President, right or wrong, is not only unpatriotic and servile, but is morally treasonable to the American public." -Teddy Roosevelt

Oh, P.S. Babies don't make good airbags you white trash bitch.

Thursday, February 09, 2006

God Help Us

"The vast majority of our imports come from outside the country."
- George W. Bush

"If we don't succeed, we run the risk of failure."
- George W. Bush

"One word sums up probably the responsibility of any Governor, and that one word is 'to be prepared'."
- George W. Bush

"I have made good judgments in the past. I have made good judgments in the future."
- George W. Bush

"The future will be better tomorrow."
- George W. Bush

"We're going to have the best educated American people in the world."
- George W. Bush

"I stand by all the misstatements that I've made."
- George W. Bush

"We have a firm commitment to NATO, we are a part of NATO. We have a firm commitment to Europe We are a part of Europe."
- George W. Bush
"Public speaking is very easy."
- George W. Bush

"A low voter turnout is an indication of fewer people going to the polls."
- George W. Bush
"We are ready for any unforeseen event that may or may not occur."
- George W. Bush

"For NASA, space is still a high priority."
- George W. Bush

"Quite frankly, teachers are the only profession that teach our children."
- George W. Bush

"It isn't pollution that's harming the environment. It's the impurities in our air and water that are doing it."
- George W. Bush

"It's time for the human race to enter the solar system."
- George W. Bush

Would You Rather..

Nail a porn star, like Jenna Jameson here, with her big fake boobies...Or own this cool flame covered computer?

I hate big fake boobies, so I'd take the computer.

Now if that was a real girl, with real boobs, I'd probably change my mind.

How about you?

Wednesday, February 08, 2006

From Jersey to Florida

I may be moving from Northern NJ to South Florida.

I had sent a resume in for a job about 2 months ago. A month after that I spoke to someone at that company for about a half hour. I thought it went pretty well. But I didn't hear from them again for a few weeks. I figured maybe I wasn't what they were looking for or the salary didn't fit with what I am making now...

Then out of the blue the head guy at the Florida company calls me and sets up a time for us to do a phone interview. I talked to him on Monday from home (I was taking a vacation day anyway).

Well I ended up being on the phone for about an hour. It went well I think. He left it by saying he would be in touch with me at the end of the week about next steps. That sounded pretty positive.

The only problem is if I do take the job, I would be uprooting my family and moving to south Florida. The big problem is that the kids are 13 and 16. My wife is ok with moving. That really suprised me, cause she hates change. But luckily hates winter worse.

There are career future issues with this position as well. I don't want to go into too much detail, but this is a move that would send me in a direction I've wanted to go in for a while.

We'll see what happens.

Thursday, February 02, 2006

Since I Pissed People Off With My Hillary Post

Here's something everyone can enjoy. Music from Jack White's side project The Raconteurs. Click it. There are two songs and some artwork on the site for your pleasure.

America, Can You Do Me A Solid?

Please don't elect this bitch President. I don't care if Satan himself, aka Dick Cheney, is running against her. She is as evil as any person I've ever seen.

John Stewart said it best. When showing sour puss's recation to a comment by Bush at the State of The Union the other night, Stewart said "That's where boners go to die." And he was right.

Do me a solid, anyone but Hillary.

Wednesday, February 01, 2006

Ashley Simpson Is The New David Lee Roth

I completely stole this from City Rag. It was so funny I had to share it.