Sunday, November 02, 2008

Children's Viewing

Out of nostalgia, I downloaded some songs from Pete's Dragon and there's a certain song "I Swear I Saw a Dragon" that struck a memory cord. Thank goodness for youtube cause it helped remind me of the gentle innocence of my youth, watching Pete's Dragon on my grandparents VCR. In particular the song that starts at 3:35 and helps get kids associated with town drunks, masochistic behavior toward women, beer barrel rolling, and a pretty suggestive...shall we say...CLIMAX...

Tuesday, October 21, 2008

60's Flashback



If you've never seen it, do yourself a favor this Halloween season and check out "Whatever Happened to Baby Jane?" It's a trip.

Monday, October 20, 2008

Dumbest Medication Name Ever



This bipolar medication makes me smile with how on the nose the title is. I heard that originally the debate was between calling it "Make Not So Crazy Sad and Happy" and "Ablifyitinbutolcrillianostussin"

Saturday, October 04, 2008

Friday, September 26, 2008

Damn You America's Got Talent!!



I'm catching up on a few weeks of the show, and I know it's complete campy trash but wtf are you doing to my heartstrings NBC. For those of you who don't follow, there's this 4 year old girl Kaitlin who's adorable but there's no way she could sustain an act in Vegas, partly cause cute eventually grows up and partially cause how do you build a show around a 4 year old. Union regulations alone would make it more expensive than it's worth.

But she keeps getting voted through cause she's the freaking cutest thing ever. And tonight (well 2 weeks ago) in the top ten she comes out singing "I'll Be There" one of my favorite songs ever and I just wanna pick her up and take her home. Again I don't think she could sustain a show, but whoever has picked her songs so far would make an EXCELLENT producer cause they always have a great combination of good song in general to match up with good song to go with adorable Miss Kaitlin.

Of course all that said, I'm still mad at the show for voting off the baton boy who was adorable and reminded me of me but that's neither here nor there.

Over the Top...Even For Me



To be quite honest I really do love the song in this commercial, but doesn't it seem that it's a little melodramatic in an ad about a pharmacy. CVS isn't in Washington so this is all new to me but...seriously...I just wanna buy condoms and aspirin. Calm down people!

Sunday, September 14, 2008

Jesus is a Friend of Mine!



Cause when I think ska, I think Christians.

Stoned out of their gourd, goofy grinning, rasta loving Christians.

I love the piano that no one is playing in the middle of the group.

Sunday, September 07, 2008

Yay Oscars Season

It's a couple months off, but with school resuming and fall getting into full swing, the previews for Awards Season movies have started. Here's one I've been anticipating for the past year. Gus Van Sant's stuff gets a little arty for me at times, but he's always quality. I think, as a gay man, he's also the perfect choice to direct what will definitely be an incredibly moving picture. Bust out the kleenex! And I don't just mean for James Franco's 70's porn stache.

Saturday, September 06, 2008

WTF?

So I was trolling Craigslist primarily for my own amusement, not for a hook up. I just like nudie pics...sue me.

Anyway...I stumbled across this piece of work.

Oh My Gaud... I FORGOT To Have Kids!!!! - 54 (Up Shitz Creek)


Reply to: pers-829651839@craigslist.org [?]
Date: 2008-09-06, 1:06AM PDT


Oh My Gaud... I FORGOT To Have Kids!!!!



I love my gayz!

Saturday, August 30, 2008

Back to School Shopping



It's my new favorite outfit from JC Penny I bought for my first day of class. I'm gonna pair it with pink capri pants and my new pink jellys. And I"m thinking a black and white polka dot headband with a hot pink daisy on one side. Come recess I'll be the most popular 12 year old girl on the playground!

Don't forget to go to bed early for the first day. See you on the bus.

Sunday, August 24, 2008

Flash Back to High School

Oh the montages I could've assembled if I were in high school today. Back then it was 2 vcrs, my parent's stereo system and wires everywhere to make my parody's on VHS. Now it's all pretty much a camera and a computer and you've got more Brokeback Mountain parodys than you can shake a gay cowboy at. Enjoy!








And like Vanessa Williams, I've saved the best for last...

Saturday, August 23, 2008

Why I Love Movies (part 3)

Heaven help me, I can't be stopped!! Here's stuff from the best years of Woody Allen's films (as far as I'm concerned), the 1970's. I still think Manhattan (the black and white one) is HIGHLY overrated, but isn't the cinematography pretty?

Why I Love Movies (part 2)

What did I tell you? This is an excellent montage set to music from Stanley Kubrick's movies, I highly recommend it. The first 45 seconds are a little slow, but only because it gives you an excellent glimpse into his feel for the power of silence.

Enough with the film theory...enjoy

Why I Love Movies...

Every now and then it's nice to have a little reminder. Tim Burton is one of my favorite directors and I decided I was in the mood for a little film montage. The best films always inspire me to get to writing and creating. Of course half the time, once I'm home from the movies I've found someone more immediate to occupy my attention, but it's the thought that counts. Watch out, it's early in the evening, and I've got many more favorites...Kubrick, Fosse, Hitchcock...

MMMM movies...

Thursday, August 21, 2008

Flash Forward


I'm catching up on my Kathy Griffin Life on the D-List episodes and I have to say, I have a new hero. Kathy Griffin's MOM. After watching an episode I go to sleep and dream of being a sweet old person who always has a glass of wine in their hand and has HOT friends like Kathy's gay Patrick. I know he's signifigantly older than me but...whatever...yum.

Oh to be retired...

Wednesday, August 20, 2008

Nerd Alert (part II)



So I've already talked about how excited I am about the new season approaching on I'll Drink to That but the previews for the new season of Terminator: The Sarah Conner Chronicles have me all a twitter cause SHIRLEY MANSON from Garbage is acting as a reocurring character!! AWESOME. I realize this is only August and the excitement could be totally premature; who knows if she can act at all but still...EEEEEEEEE....excitement!

Monday, August 18, 2008

YAY Olympics!!



They're a chance to celebrate the diversity of our world, skilled athletes performing at the top of their ability, and a chance to see Oussama Mellouli dripping wet!!

Who's up for a trip to Tunisia?

Where the hell is it?

Sunday, August 17, 2008

Buckle Up, It's A Bumpy Ride

Back in the late 90's I randomly caught this episode of Mystery Science Theater 3000 with the Russian film Jack Frost. So if you've got 90 minutes to kill, here it is in it's fairy tale magical ridiculous entirety. Enjoy. And for those of you who watched bits and pieces on the VHS tape I wrangled this on to...enjoy AGAIN











It's so bad it's good OMG

Monday, August 04, 2008

Life is Silly

To distract me from work, I took it upon myself to find graphics for a friend of mine under the search "bubbelicious."

And here they are...BUBES


Friday, August 01, 2008

Heaven Help Me, I've Done It Again!!

That's right, another night on a weekend where I've started the beginning of a Project Runway marathon. Up now, Season 2. As a group, I'm not a huge fan, they're all kinda pissy pants. But they do have the lookers and now that cutie patootie Raymundo is gone, I need to see why my new boyfriend Nick didn't make it to fashion week.

See you all with the sunrise!

Thursday, July 24, 2008

O M G ! !

This is so close to the old Muppet Show, I'm very excited. Could this be the new generation of Muppety goodness? Viral Muppets on the internet? I had a case of viral muppets once...and now I'm sterile for life

WAKKA WAKKA WAKKA!!



Saturday, July 19, 2008

Saturday Morning Flashback

On my latest fall into a YouTube hole, I've rediscovered the commercials I watched every Saturday as a kid. And then traveled back in time to see what Saturday mornings were like even before I was born. As fun as it was, listening to all the exciting music and seeing the flashing imagery, I think I know why my parents always sent me outside to play by about 11 or 12 o clock each Saturday :P. If I've done this right, the clips below should be in chronoglogical order, starting from the early 70's. It's like listening to my Pure Disco cds in commercial form! Enjoy!






Tuesday, July 15, 2008

Why I Took Up Yoga



An artists rendering of the girl who watched me swim at the pool.

Thanks Jerimy. Razzle Dazzle Radio rocks!

Friday, July 11, 2008

OMG I'm So Excited

It's been a long time since I've had a good laugh at an SNL skit.

Enjoy!

Baby Batter

In the spirit of NBC humor, it's been forever since I've watched Conan O'Brian (what with my 8 o clock bed time cause I'm old) but I remember fondly his "If They Mated" segments. This mash up doesn't have the audience reactions and funny jokes he makes when he does the segment, but it really gets to the heart of the matter :).

I always loved when the audience would just groan loudly as soon as they saw who the couple was even before the baby picture was revealed.