Tuesday, May 03, 2005

Kangol buckets, pin-strip Lees

- Ricky Gervas’ Top 10s: Ricky Gervas (David Brent from “The Office”) hits you with his top ten sitcoms of all timeand his top 5 albums. He’s also got a children’s book out.

- The River Is Too Deep To Ford: Damn. Remember this game? Whew. That shit takes me back to like 3rd grade. You can download a playable version of this classic game right here.

- Kanye is a Self-Procalimed “Biter”: Maybe Kanye’s not the egomaniac we all assume him to be. Here we find ol’ boy paying respect to one of the greats and basically calling himself a “biter.”

- The Rise of Disaster Capitalism: An interesting article by Naomi Klein. Doesn’t “Naomi Klein” sound like the name of a designer or a model and not some uber-leftist journalist? Anyway, it’s a good article.

- Boobs, Brew, Blades, and Beauty: Yesterday I posted a link to my homegirl Heather’s naked paintings of herself and today I’ma link you to some pics of my home girl only to be known as “Golden Eagle Thunder” winning a White Trash Beauty Pageant. She won a hundred bucks and all she had to do was get topless, get her eagle on, lick another girl’s boob, swing around her switchblade, and win an arm wrestling match. All in a day’s work! Anyway, we’re proud of her here at Schizophrenic Tenant and would like to say good job, Golden Eagle Thunder! She’s the homie and is truly a unique individual. Check out the pics if you’re inclined to do so. Needless to say, they’re not work safe… but nothing fun is.

- Euro Honkeys Ain’t Never Scared: Skip Bayless with another good article. This time it’s about European white ballers like Manu Ginobili and how they play a different brand of basketball than American white kids ‘cause they aren’t raised to fear the big dunking black men. Interesting.

- Dance Dance Dance: I’m reading Haruki Murakami’s “Dance Dance Dance” right now and it’s fucking great. I can totally see why people compare him to DeLillo and Pynchon (what with all the postmodern stuff and all the Baudrillardian simulacrum stuff) but he strikes me as a little bit more fun to read than the both of them (not that I’ve read much of Pynchon). Anyway, I’ll let you know when I’m done but as for right now, read it. It’s good.



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