Wednesday, March 23, 2011

space monkeys, storms of the yeti, and major players if all the world's a stage...

The morning ritual of snark and caffeine consumption via homemade coffee mug of madness and access to the internets is the opiate for we peons of all credos or lack thereof. Where else can we make sport for our neighbors and laugh at them in our turn, especially with impending Vortexes of Doom and Iranian Flying Saucers shooting monkeys and worms into outer space that can also fly indoors? I know what I want for Christmas now.

As this is a by default Charlie Sheen-free zone, that doesn't stop me from being amused by other candidates for celebrity rehab, especially party-animal second stringers for a band that I never got into but that others dig. My brother in the struggle and slack has Won the Near Future by rebranding such alien abductions as Sammy Hagar Weekends because he's funnier than me. As said not-DLR-Van Halen dude contributed quite a bit to the previous version of the Evil Empire, someone might want to check his brain.

Meanwhile in world news, Muammar says there's something rotten in the state of Denmark though there's a whole lot of rotten going on in his neck of the woods and it makes me wonder what would have happened if he saved his massive egomania for community theater/made for teevee productions of Hamlet like this one with a pretty glamtastic ghost of Hamlet's dad.

Because we need a little faux intellectual-ness added to this discourse, no?


Randal Graves said...

Denmark's the happiest country 'cause they're keeping Qa/Kha/Gha-daf(f)i down, hopefully not via said weekend, decidedly not the best of both worlds.

Anonymous said...

ah you have taken me back to a good summersday moshing to thel.mon fishbone and RHC, wtf happened to tha bone?

thatgirl said...

I love the Danes because they don't expect much out of life and are therefore not too disappointed.

Fishbone was still big in the early '00s when I was in my teens, and according to Wikipedia, some incarnation therein is working on a new record.

Speaking of Bob Forrest otherwise known as Mr. Celebrity Rehab, that one Bicycle Thief album "you come and go like a pop song" is a great and totally underrated record (depressing as heck, but awesome).

Anonymous said...

i hope they find their groove again for a while they wanted to be 24/7 spyz than de la soul and then they dropped off the map, i was hoping that no doubt could give them a lift, they used to blow rhc off the stage which ain't easy.