Tuesday, June 29, 2010

Get some history down ya...

...ya filthy slags.

There is so much incredible shit in this one Wiki article alone, that after reading it I experienced symptoms of cephalgia.

Jesse Owens could run faster than you.

"After a New York City ticker-tape parade on Fifth Avenue in his honor, Owens had to ride the freight elevator at the Waldorf-Astoria to reach the reception honoring him."

Jesse Owens on the podium after winning the long jump at the 1936 Summer Olympics.
Ha ha ha, EAT DA POO POO!

I like how he asks children to leave only after he's talked about eating shit and anal fisting.

Saturday, June 26, 2010

Liam Gerrard

Awhile ago, a friend in New Zealand - unhappy with playing excellently in a very excellent band - decided to go back to art school to finish his studies. The result was an exceptionally excellent artist.

Seriously, Liam's art is phenomenal. It's the most exciting art I have seen for a very long time. It makes me regret not being more brutal in my quest for wealth, because at this rate, I'll never be able to buy something of his, and that's reasonably upsetting.

He finally got himself a website, so see for yourself.

Charcoal! FUCK!

Friday, June 25, 2010

This is possibly my favourite music video in the last year 26 years.

I'm no journalist...

...but I'm pretty sure that one of the key things that you should do when reporting a story is make sure that your sources are reliable. And when you read the article, it seems that's exactly what WCNC have done when reporting this story about self-proclaimed mountain-man, Tim Peeler, coming face-to-face with a 'Bigfoot'.

And then you watch the video.

Tim Peeler, I love you and I want to have a beer with you.

"This thing was 10-foot tall. He had beautiful hair."

Thanks for the link Paddy!

Thursday, June 24, 2010


Aaaaaaages ago, Matt sent me a link to the video below. I enjoyed it thoroughly. I tried to find more in the blogosphere and couldn't, so resorted to occasionally watching that video so that I wouldn't forget about Miles Benjamin Anthony Robinson. I didn't forget about him, and this morning I took another trip up into the blogosphere and came down with an MBAR album! Wonderful.

You will most likely enjoy this if you also enjoy Bright Eyes, Micah P. Hinson, and good music in general. You will most likely not enjoy this if you only like one genre of music and that genre has the word 'death' in it.

Miles Benjamin Anthony Robinson - Summer of Fear

This is SERIOUSLY...

...fucking good. At 4:26 it goes to another level.