Wednesday, December 28, 2005

I'm Back....

...Much like an ex-girlfriend, the clap, and the Terminator, I have returned. Brief update, moved, don't have my comp hooked up yet, and missed out on a lot of webcomics and good articles I could have written. Within a week or so I hope to rectify this situaiton. Peace.

Tuesday, November 22, 2005

Xbox and Pot

Music of Choice:
Lightning Seeds – Change

First off, this week you will have your first official new album review! Yeah I know it’s a little late, but with moving and shit like that, its cramping’ my time. Luckily I move into my new place next weekend and should be set for more frequent updates. To start things off however, I would like to direct your attention to an article in Rolling Stone titled “Darwinian Warfare” by Matt Taibbi.

This is a great article regarding the war between evolution and intelligent design. I can’t exactly tell if the author is taking one side or the other, which is always a good sign of less biased opinions and more facts. In a nutshell, the GOP is attempting to install church in school disguised as intelligent design, a theory that the universe (or at least Earth) is too exacting and too perfect at sustaining life to be evolution. Their loophole? They do not state who the “designer” is. By not coming out and saying its God that designed it, they think they can pass it off as a theory, not a conflict of church and state.

This is bullshit, but the way the war is going, it looks like soon schools will be teaching religious faith along side with scientific fact. I’m grateful I did not have to endure this method of teaching in school. But it’s sad that future generations may very well be graded on their faith in a religion they may or may not believe in at all. And my tax dollars are going to pay for it. Not happy about that, I am.

Secondly, the city of Hillsdale in Michigan just elected and 18 year old high school kid as its mayor. No, I’m not kidding. I just wish I was in the room when the votes were counted, I imagine it went something like this:

Vote Counter: Congratulations sir, you are the new mayor of our beautiful city!

Michael Sessions – Dude, its past 9 o’clock on a school night, what are you trying to do, get me grounded? Man I got prom in a couple months; don’t fuck this up for me.

Counter – I’m sorry sir, we thought you might like to know the results.

Sessions – Hang on a second…what mom? Oh fine, sir my mom wants to know if there will be a chaperone to the dinner banquet for the election?

Counter - …No, I don’t believe there will be.

Sessions – So seriously, do I get a company car? I don’t have a license, am I going to need one? How many hot assistants do I get? Can I have someone killed?

Counter - …Sir, you are now in charge of the city. It’s not a game sir.

Sessions – Speaking of games, does the office have an Xbox in it?

Counter – I’m fucking moving, fuck this town. (click)

Seriously people, who the fuck voted for a high school kid to run their city? Sure, we got a celebrity as a governor, but at least he’s of the legal drinking age! That kid is totally going to use his new position to bang high school cheerleaders, and you can kiss the town’s budget goodbye. All the money will now be directed to the “Xbox and pot” fund. Fucking Mid-Western states.

The world is full of fools who never get it right.”

Monday, November 14, 2005

Bullets Over Broadway

Music of Choice:
Jim Croce – Which Way Are You Going?

So, it appears the country is finally paying attention. Wow, it only took 5 fucking years, over 2,000 dead American soldiers, the largest deficit in the history of this country, no health insurance, 11 actions against a woman’s right to choose, the GOP’s attempt to prevent black Florida voters form actually voting, a national threat to our freedom of speech, God in our schools and government, every damn country hating us, John Ashcroft, Enron, oil price gouging, Dick Cheney, a horrible reaction to a natural disaster, and Jack Thompson to make people wake up and say “what the shit happened to my country?”! God dammit I swear sometimes I think we are the DUMBEST FUCKING COUNTRY ON EARTH!

What the fuck did you people expect from the idiot son of an asshole?! And the best part is, half the people pissed at him actually fucking voted for him! I know people who voted for him, proud to be republican and god fearing, and ended up wishing they had just not fucking voted. I hate to say it, but guess what? You got what you asked for. I actually dated a girl whose answer to my question as to why she voted for Bush was, and I quote; “It’s better than Gore”. Ok, fine, let’s take that into consideration. Now Gore came form the coattails of a great president. And while Gore may not have been the best choice, he most certainly would not have spent our entire nation’s surplus on another goddamn country that doesn’t want our help in the first place.

Yes, that is correct, when Bush entered office, he had a SURPLUS. For those of you unfamiliar with that word, and I can understand why, that means that we were NOT billions of dollars over our budget when he took the checkbook and started droppin’ checks faster than bible verses. Your religious you say? Fine, I won’t tell you you’re wrong. I’ll even make you a deal: I won’t think in your church if you don’t pray in my school. It amazes me that G.W. can be so religious, yet sleep so soundly on his millions of dollars he gets by fucking Americans in the ass thru the gas tank. Isn’t sodomy against the bible code anyway?

Ok, I didn’t necessarily get it all out, but it felt good putting it down. And since no one reads this anyway, I won’t have to worry about the usual retorts and rants from right-wing conservatives brandishing a bible and a handgun. The only good thing about his presidency is that it’s fucking half way over.

One hand on the bible, one hand on the gun.”

Saturday, November 12, 2005

Clear And Present Danger

Music of Choice:
The Pixies – Here Comes Your Man

Seeing as how Ashlee Simpson is the smarter of the two (and that’s not saying much), she tends to interest me a little more than her floozy older doppelganger. I read an interview with her in Earwax, a local independent magazine from a local independent record store here in Sacramento. Below are some excerpts from the interview, along with my rendition of what her answers should have been:

There was so much controversy after Autobiography-the Saturday Night Live lip-synching and everything-and you're still standing. What was the experience of the first album like?

I went through a lot and learned a lot about myself. Something really important I've learned is it's OK to not be perfect. You have to accept yourself where you are. I've really learned to trust my instincts and trust what I want to do with the situation. Just being in the music business will do that to you pretty fast.

What She Really Meant:
I basically told the world I cant really sing and I ride on the coattails of my sisters fame to get what I think I deserve, which is a music career, even though I have no talent. I learned that if you get caught lying, then insult your fans on your sisters reality show, the fans will forgive and forget.

So do you feel like you have something to prove this time around?

No, I don't feel like I have something to prove. All I care about is my fans. I don't think I have to prove something to the world, but to my fans, I want to prove to them they can listen to my CDs or come to my shows and have a good time.

What She Really Meant:
I should feel like that, but I don’t. I don’t need to prove anything when I have money.

You tend to rock a little harder than your sister, Jessica. Are you the rock dawg of the clan?

Oh yeah, I've definitely been the one that likes rock 'n' roll more than anyone in my family. The rock world is interesting to me; I'm definitely not a tough, mean person or anything like that, but I do like the music.

What She Really Meant:
You can, like, totally tell by my studded leather belt that I so dig the rock. Seriously, I rock the hardcore. Totally. Like, Journey totally changed my life. Just try NOT throwing up the devil horns to “Don’t Stop Believin”!

Who say are your musical models?

I would say the Pretenders' Chrissie Hynde. She's been amazing for so long. And I love Madonna; I wouldn't necessarily want to go through all the drama and everything she went through, but what I liked about her is she always spoke up and was always honest about going through what she was really going through, and I thought that was cool.

What She Really Meant:
Madonna totally rocks. I can’t wait to put out a book like hers. Neither can the pedophiles.

With roles in Malcolm in the Middle, 7th Heaven and the film Undiscovered, your acting career is even further along than your music career. Do you prefer one to the other?

I love acting, but music is definitely my priority. It's such a release, and you get to express what you're going through and feeling at that time. It's definitely the ultimate for me.

I kind of suck at both, but since my creepy over-affectionate and slightly perverted dad says daddy needs a new Porsche, I gotta do em’ both until he hooks me up a deal with Vivid Video. Then I won’t have to worry about having talent all!

I should point out that only the first two segments in each question were actually in the interview, the third was just my mental picture of what was going thru her mind at the time. That, or pony’s. There was no author for me to quote, but here’s a link to the real interview. Also, Frankie Goes To Hollywood has a greatest hits record coming out on Tuesday. Has anybody even heard a song other than “Relax, Don’t Do It”?

Take me away to nowhere plains

Friday, November 11, 2005

Fuck Pat Robertson!

Music of Choice:
The Tragically Hip – Blow At HighDough

While we’re on the subject of The Tragically Hip (notice how the music of choice is usually the subject we’re on? Damn that’s eerie) I wanted to point those unfamiliar faces of web-comic-cool to Aikida. Fenris has put up a most informative article regarding a Canadian band that, unfortunately, went almost unnoticed in the US except to those of us music freaks. They are a pretty damn good band, and if you haven’t heard of them before, I would suggest starting with Up to Here. That or just go by Fenris’s suggestions, can’t really go wrong either way. They put out a new record last year that I will try to locate now that I am aware it exists. Their material isn’t the easiest to get a hold of in the States.

Since we have now moved onto the subject of web comics, check out Aikida. It was one of the first I got into along with 8-bit Theatre. Start at the old archives, you will need the story to kind of know what’s going on now, but its well worth the time. Also somewhat related, the Wings are kicking ass! I’m still a little bitter about Federov’s departure, some wounds just never heal, but I’m going to the game against the Sharks the day after thanksgiving, and as long as Yzerman and Zetterberg are playing, I think I can overcome my sadness. I’m sure watching the team I loathe get spanked like a 10 year old will assist in the healing process.

It appears the new release list this coming Tuesday is not too great. This month just sucks for releases. Other than a few good DVD release’s I don’t really have anything to wet my whistle. But that’s enough music for today. Let’s talk briefly about Pat Robertson. I did a report on the Christian Coalition for my JC English A class, and this pretty much sums up why I had nothing nice to say about this man.

Whoever fits her usually gets her

Monday, November 07, 2005

The Suckage Continues

Music of Choice:
The Ataris – Losing Streak

So, it’s been a while. Many, many moons have come and gone. Ok, a week. Sorry, been busy working major overtime and trying to move. Anyways, while we have The Ataris fresh in our cerebral cortexes, let me say this; they USED to be good. Seriously, their new record is emo crap that is slow and boring, and I’m sorry but when I want to hear The Ataris, I want to hear punk, pop-punk, shit even just pop if need be. But anyways, no point in arguing, it’s their music.

So I went and saw Powerman 5000 with Shortie Saturday night at the Boardwalk. Shortie is a great Sacramento band, and Powerman 5000 was pretty damn good. I definitely suggest anybody pick up some Shortie if they get the chance. Nothing too exciting coming out tomorrow, I didn’t really see one record I would be interesting in purchasing. It’s been a pretty bad month for releases so far. Hell, bad couple of months. We need a new Pearl Jam or Descendants record to bring some life to the scene now. Well, I got to go; I promise more frequent posts once I finish moving and stop working overtime very single damn day.

“My enemies are just as close to me”

Wednesday, October 26, 2005

The Killing Joke

Music of Choice:
Nora Jones – Feelin’ the Same Way

No post yesterday, due to my work requiring my presence for 11 hours a day. Seeing as how I get up at 4:30 in the morning, I was tired when I got home. Same thing today, but I figured I should post since I won’t be here this weekend. I will be in Long Beach, drinking beer, hanging with some friends, and hopefully participating in sins of the flesh with hot young college girls. Hey, you gotta dream, right?

So anyway, I wanted to post this link. It’s a story I read in Rolling Stone called “The Killing Joke”, and to be honest the story is much better told in the RS issue, but I couldn’t find it online to link to, so here is another article about the same incident. No bullshit, when I was reading the RS article at Border’s, I literally felt sick. These 2 twisted fucks took their friends life for no reason other than they thought shooting her in the head would some how make their night more enjoyable. Hell, the fucking dude couldn’t even pull the trigger the second time to finish her off; he had to have his girlfriend do it. And the poor girl was her best friend. I don’t think I have ever read an article that upset me as much as “The Killing Joke”. When RS website decides to let me actually view more than a picture of Bono on a damn I Pod, I will find out who the author was and do some research on it.

In other parts of my world, it rained today. That was cool. I'm not one for rain but I like the hazy gray days. That’s my favorite weather. Nothing too much from the music world today, that or I’m too damn tired to research it; I promise a better post when I get back from Long Beach.

So many times I wonder where I’ve gone

Monday, October 24, 2005

The Time Of Your Life

Music of Choice:
H2O – Memory Lane

My heart was beating faster than I ever expected. I knew this would be excitement in some shape or form, but I was unable to understand whether it would be good or bad, just that it would be something. As my mouse clicked thru page after page, scrolling down to see the faces of those familiar to me from so long ago, my heart raced even faster. I was approaching the last page and I knew, I just knew, she would be there, the very last entry…but she wasn’t. Thank god.

What was I doing you ask? I was doing something I swore I never wanted to do, but knew I could not resist the temptation. The temptation to take that nostalgic road down memory lane is just too great. No stop signs, no red lights, and no cops to monitor my speed and recklessness which I abused to scroll thru each paging hoping. Hoping to see her, and hoping to not see her. I don’t know if I am disappointed or relieved. I guess everyone feels that way sometimes for someone. That’s the risk we take when we do this sort of thing.

I was scrolling thru MySpace looking for people I went to high school with.

It was kind of funny, I saw more than a few faces I recognized. I only searched people that would be my class, the class above, and the class below. But damn, I didn’t expect to recognize so many. I saw many I would like to re-establish communication with, but knew I never would. If we were meant to be friends now, why aren’t we? Why did we stop talking? Was it falling out of touch? A stupid argument over something we can’t remember any more but sure as shit seemed important at the time? A lost love we can never go back to? I guess in the end it’s all of the above, and more.

I wish I could say I will never go back to it again, but I know I will be tempted, especially with it being almost 10 years (HOLY SHIT) since I barely earned my right to strut the stage and accept my diploma that told the world I gradumanated. So you know what, I am going to swear, here and now, that I will NEVER try that again. Why? Because there are some places, and some people, that you just can’t go back to. I guess now it’s my time to just move along. She wasn’t there anyways. And you know what?

I’m relieved.

Have I wasted all these years, holding back the tears behind a smiling face?”

Want A Cookie?

Music of Choice:
Ash – Goldfinger

I realize that tomorrow is Tuesday, the favorite weekday of any music fan. However, there just isn’t anything really good coming out tomorrow. Sometimes you just get a bad release day. Anyways, I finished Fargo Rock City, and I suggest you pick it up; it’s a decent read for any metal or hard rock fan. Be warned, if you know virtually nothing of the aforementioned musical genres then this book is not really written for you. Hell, he spends an entire chapter explaining the difference between hard and heavy.

So I went to the Soul Distortion show Saturday night. I had a good time, even thought it’s not exactly my type of music. The band played very well, except for the cover of the Toadies song Possum Kingdom. I fucking hate that song, that song made my ears BLEED in high school. But anyway, onto other things; I my go to see Strung Out tomorrow night at the Empire, which would be Muy Bueno. If I do, expect a review.

She slips into the night, and she is gone

Saturday, October 22, 2005


Music of Choice:
R.E.M. – Radio Free Europe

I saw these guys on TV and thought they were pretty good. Their called Nuttin’ But Stringz, and it is essentially 2 guys blending violins with hip-hop, rock and roll, and pop. I don’t know how the album would sound, but I believe they would be an amazing pair for the soundtrack of a Quentin Tarantino movie. You should check them out. Anyways, I’m going to a local show tonight to see Soul Distortion, a local act form Sacramento. I will have a review of the show tomorrow.

On to new topics, I pretty much am over the Jack Thompson thing; the guy is just a fucking joke. He tosses out hollow threats like daily trash, and it’s just getting to the point of absurd. If something large scale occurs I’ll let you know, but as for now I’ll let the gaming community handle it.

Decide yourself, calling all the medias too fast.”

Thursday, October 20, 2005

Killing Yourself To Live

Music of Choice:
Tool - Opiate

I often wonder whether sociologists write to inform, or be discussed. Follow me on this one for a second. I was reading “Killing Yourself To Live”, a great book by Chuck Klosterman, and somewhere between packing his suitcase to tour the dead rock star walk of fame and talking about a hot girl he was in love with, he mentioned that he had met Elizabeth Wurtzel. She is the author of the book “Prozac Nation”. He mentioned that his co-worker did not approve of her demeanor, and you can (and should) go read the book for the whole story, but it got me thinking. I am becoming the person I used to make fun of in high school. And I can’t stop it.

Hear me out on this. I have within the last 3-4 years slowly been more and more drawn into the world of sociology. I find myself now reading 1 book a week straight from the section of books titled by the same name at Borders and Barnes & Noble. The people I always assumed read these books were the loonies who hung out at Starbucks until midnight drinking $12 mocha’s and chasing them with $18 lattes. They are also prone to bitching, whining, moaning, and preaching about society and every damn thing under the sun that was believed to be a conspiracy. Modern day hippies, I believe, was the title I attributed to them. They were harmless if you ignored them, but if you were to engage them in a conversation about, say pie, they would rant for hours on how much of a “sheep” or “lemming” you were. Thankfully they just ramble on unaware that they can aspire to no greater beings than that of unemployed modern socialites commencing in wasted language.

Lately though I have begun to actually enjoy what I read. I still don’t enjoy the people I just mentioned and I never will, but the subject itself makes more sense now than in high school. I wonder why that is? Could it be I have matured? I doubt it. I think it is just that as you grow older you tend to grow out of the things you loved (usually) and begin to take interest into things that actually MATTER (hopefully). Here in lies the dilemma I mentioned in the first sentence; do they really care or are they just trying to make everyone believe they care? I will go out and read “Prozac Nation” within the next 2 weeks so as that I can do a follow up, but until then I am left with that same burning question. I hope that the answer is that they sincerely believe there is a problem with society and it needs to be brought to attention. That would make me feel a whole lot better to know that they didn’t waste all those hours at Starbucks spouting off gibberish and really aren’t trying to just make a buck and a name in the spotlight. Here’s to hoping.

Deaf and Blind and Dumb and Born to Follow

Tuesday, October 18, 2005

Like A Rolling Stone

Here's an article I thought you might enjoy, regarding the top magazine covers of the last 40 years. I do like the Lennon and Ono cover, but I doubt it would be the best out there. What do you think?



Thought this would be an interesting article for you (us) Sonic Youth fans. Can't wait for the new record. Hard to believe they have been around for 25 years. My whole life. Fascinating.


Freak Of The Week

Music of Choice:
The Rolling Stones – Paint It Black

I would have to agree with my PJ companion (see below) that every PJ album is different, and great in its own way. I believe that is one of the many qualities that set them above the barrage of cloned corporate endorsed pop music today. And while I may have come off a bit rash, I must admit, no matter what their new record sounds like I’m going to buy it. And I have no doubt it will be great in its own way. They could do an entire album dedicated to G&R and Mars Volta (I hate that band) covers and I would STILL buy it. As he correctly stated in his reply, they can do no wrong having said that lets move on to the next topic: Penny Arcade. I love this web comic. I have been following the whole Jack Thompson thing, and I find it amusing that he has to call the police on them for harassment. He’s a fucking lawyer; he should know the following mistakes he made:

1 – He has never stated “cease all communications with me or I will be forced to file a police report for harassment.” He simply said “or else”. That is a threat, which qualifies under the law as assault. Remember assault and battery are 2 different things.

2 – Both parties have been publicly open with their opinions and no personal information (i.e. social security #’s, credit records, etc.) have been displayed.

3 – The freedom of speech still, as of right now, protects them to publicly debate the issue as long as no laws are broken. They can post their opinion as well as his reply.

Basically he is just using his threats as if the guys at PA were dumb teenagers not aware of the consequences of their actions. I doubt he even takes them seriously. Besides, shouldn’t he be out trying to ban guns, knives, staples, teenagers, and fun? If he really wanted to attack them, he would have donated the money himself and called them, and the gamer community in general, out to the corral for a shoot out. The best thing he can do for himself is acknowledge that he lied, admit he underestimated the charitable contributions and social unity of the gaming and comic community, and move on to something else where he can still salvage an ounce of his career and respectability.

Ps – go read Penny Arcade. Now.


I See A Red Door And I Want It Painted Black

Monday, October 17, 2005


Oh yeah, go Wings. 5 and 1, Baby!


Jack Thompson Is Full Of Shit

So let me get this straight. The offer to donate $10k to a charity was satire? Wow, I bet the unfortunate people that COULD have benefited from Jack's so-called Charity just found that satire funny as hell. How witty of him. And here we all thought he was just a dick, man were we wrong. He was just being FUNNY! Oh Jack, you kill us.


Hot Coffee

Ok, now not only do we have to listen to Jack Thompson's religious fanatical bullshit, but now we have to listen to him act like a high schooler who got caught cheating while passing a note to Susie in the back of the classroom.


Spin The Black Circle

Music of Choice:
Pearl Jam – Drifting

I feel I am obligated to speak about the upcoming Pearl Jam album. As of now there is no release date and they are still working on the record. Hell, I don’t even think they have a title for it yet. Here’s what bothers me. I have been a PJ fanatic since Ten was released. I have purchased every record, every DVD, half the damn bootlegs, all the singles, every soundtrack, you name it I got it. What I don’t want to purchase is a record comprised of G&R covers and songs that sound like The Mars Volta. I fucking hate The Mars Volta. Granted, this is all just speculation as of right now, and from what I have read and understood, it sounds like their just fucking with everyone. I really am hoping for a return to the VS and Vitalogy days. That would be nice. Not that I didn’t like every record, but I think a trip down memory lane would do the band some good. All I can do is hope for the best, and in the mean time keep spinning the black circle of Ten and throw on a flannel coat and feel sorry for myself. Oh, go buy Lost Dogs if you haven’t yet purchased this collection of songs, it truly is worth the money.

I Sometimes Wonder If They Know That I’m Gone

Sunday, October 16, 2005

Goodbye To Romance

Music of Choice:
Ozzy Osbourne – Goodbye To Romance

One of Hockey’s greatest players, Brett Hull, has retired. This is a sad day for the sport. He has always been one of my favorite players, and it’s a shame he couldn’t retire with Detroit. Goodbye and good luck Brett.

And I Feel The Time Is Right Although I Know That You Just Might Say To Me What’cha Gonna Do

Limited Edition

Music of Choice:
3rd Strike – No Light

Hello. I am now attempting to publish from Microsoft Word. God help us. Anyways, thought I would bust out a list of new releases coming out Tuesday the 18th. Here you go:

  • Depeche Mode – Playing the Angel

  • Martina McBride – Timeless

  • Mest – Photographs

  • Rev Run – Distortion

  • Simply Red – Simplified

  • Ashlee Simpson – I Am Me

  • Thrice – Vheissu

  • Batman Begins

  • The Big Lebowski (collector’s edition)

  • Toy Story (10th anniversary)

  • Saw (uncut)

It should be noted that I only put in the shit I figure people will care about, except for Ashlee Simpson. Hey, there’s got to be SOMEONE who will buy it, right? Right? Anyways, while we’re on the subject, I have a rant. I find it very annoying that these production companies feel the need to release 20-30 versions of the same DVD. They feel it is justified to release the normal version, the uncut edition, the collector’s edition, and then the super secret unreleased material edition. This is criminal. Just release all the shit at once, on a single 2 or 3 disk DVD. Quit fuckin’ everybody. No one needs to spend $30 on the collector’s edition, only to pay another $40 6 months later for the new edition with one deleted scene that makes no sense to the story and was taken out for that reason.

If I’d Only See The Light, Maybe Then I’ll Be Alright

Saturday, October 15, 2005

Insane in the Brain

Just a quick note, Jack thompson is insane. Also, he is not quiet the bigshot he thinks he is with fellow right-wing conservative advocates.

Thursday, October 13, 2005

Doin' The Chicken Dance

Music of Choice:
Pearl Jam – Light Years

So, I have had this Blog up and running for 24 hours and I already have 2 spam comments, so I have been forced to turn on word verification only because it will just get worse. On second note, my pic thingy for my profile did not work, again. I'm still trying to figure that one out. So, here are some tidbits for you to enjoy:

There’s an interesting article on an even more interesting musician at I am talking of course about Buckethead. Here’s what you need to know about him. He wears a KFC bucket on his forehead, because he was raised in a chicken coop by chickens and he was badly scratched in the face so the bucket is homage to all the chickens that have died in the name of food. Obviously. But more importantly, he has produced many a fine albums, is an amazing guitar player, toured with Primus/Les Claypool, and was in Guns & Roses for a few years. The whole Primus thing validates any time he spent with Axl.

I had the chance to see Buckethead perform with Les Claypool’s Bucket of Bernie Brains a while back, and he is a very good musician, even if he does speak thru a chicken puppet.

In other news, Detroit’s 3-1, and 1st in the Central Western Conference. Go Wings!

“We were but stones; your light made us stars.”

Pill Popper

Music of Choice:
Pearl Jam - Breakerfall

So, I am starting to get this sorted out, got all my sources for info lined up and shit, I am now posting this pic so that I can put it on my profile. I'm not very photogenic I'm afraid.

It's Like She Lost Her Invitation To The Party On Earth


A nice pic of Juliana Hatfield for you, in celebration of me figuring out why I could not post pics.


Wednesday, October 12, 2005

Why the FUCK Won't My Pictures Post?!

Music of Choice:
Muse - Hysteria

Ok, here is the latest report from the field:

Op: Photo post
Status: Complete Failure
Contingency: assassinate the Computer

Yeah, my fucking pics won't load. Their less that 50k, all .jpg's, and they are not of the graphic (i.e. dead bunnies) nature. I am not happy about this. I will solve this mystery. Oh yes I most certainly will*.


*I doubt it.

"I'm not breaking down, I'm breaking out."


Music of Choice:
Incubus - Talk Shows on Mute

Hello, and welcome to Revolutions Per Minute, the site about music for music lovers. This is my first real journey into a music dedicated site, so while I do have a little experience with album and concert reviews, I’m still a little hazy on the ol’ HTML, so please bear with me. The site will be going thru many changes in the next couple of weeks as I include additional material and get the general layout of the site designed. Unfortunately, I do not have the luxury of a team of code monkeys and press junkies contributing to this site, so it’s just me right now.

• As to what you can come to expect from this site, here’s a list of the “so-far”:
• New release reviews (music/film)
• Concert reviews (mostly Nor-Cal)
• Music news
• The occasional political rant and rave
• Absolutely NO references to pop-culture and its affect on society*

So, there you have it, all nice and neat and professional. Look, I even put bullets in it! Look out, I may even, and don’t quote me on this, put in a pie chart. Aw Shit.


*This is Total Bullshit.