September 30, 2004
Posted by David L at 06:53 PM
September 28, 2004
Posted by mccreath at 01:15 PM
It's been a little over 1 year now
and I still miss Johnny Cash.
Posted by David L at 12:18 AM
September 27, 2004
An Unmistakable Message from God
Posted by mccreath at 11:17 AM
September 24, 2004
An acquaintance is planning on taking a group of people to Japan in December wherein they'll walk the streets of Tokyo all dressed in Santa suits. He's looking for folks to go along. Subscribe to the santarchy-tokyo Yahoo group for more info.
Some pictures from last year:
and last but not least,
Posted by mccreath at 12:47 PM
Mr. Scribbel, The dr. will see you now
Just walk this way.
Posted by Mike at 08:52 AM
September 23, 2004
The State Fair Of Texas
Perhaps we should organize a caravan and go? There's corndogs involved.....
Posted by Krayon Scribbel at 09:56 AM
September 22, 2004
Thanks for the Mammaries
Posted by mccreath at 01:35 AM
September 21, 2004
More Sha Na Na
Posted by Krayon Scribbel at 04:12 PM
to Ferrari, Mike, & DaveL
I have your Magma cds ready (FBP i have your alice cooper stuff and the blanks ready too) but pathetically, I am completely broke till after payday this friday. I mean lunch today for me is peanuts and raisins. SO I can't even afford postage til then. Sorry, i'll mail everything out this wknd.
Posted by Lang Squal at 10:32 AM
September 20, 2004
Let's all spruce up for fall, eh, boys?
I think it's time for a little class and some panache. Let's see what Ralph says.
Posted by mccreath at 01:19 PM
September 18, 2004
Dukakis in the Tank 2004
That's a wrap folks. Bring on The End of Days.
Posted by Mike at 10:58 AM
September 17, 2004
Send me to antarctica
Help me get away from all of you.
Posted by Mike at 03:57 PM
Posted by Mike at 02:00 PM
so simple a child can do it.
yes that's a common bic disposable pen that man is opening an expensive krypto lock with. works on Ulock styles and everything! more of the story and more disturbing videos from here
Posted by tom at 01:04 PM
September 16, 2004
One eyed mayonaise spitting horse...
Posted by David L at 11:25 PM
your band sucks
Behold the Hall of Douchebags!
Posted by Mike at 03:21 PM
September 15, 2004
So now Johnny Ramone is dead too?
so that just leaves marky, and the other spare drummers and bssists; c.j., orville, scooby, gustav, ramone, genisis p., john the baptist, aunt sylvia, and anonymous, right? Did I leave any of them out?
Posted by Lang Squal at 11:52 PM
RIP Johnny Ramone
"Johnny Ramone, guitarist and co-founder of the seminal punk band "The Ramones," has died. He was 55."
Tommy is the only original Ramone left.
Posted by Mike at 11:51 PM
I AM MOVING
"Our food and people are a celebration of our aliveness. We select the finest organic ingredients to honor the earth and ourselves, as we are one and the same. Our food is prepared with love. We invite you to step inside and enjoy being someone who chooses; loving your life, adoring yourself, accepting the world, being generous and grateful everyday, and experiencing being provided for. Have fun and enjoy nourishing yourself. Welcome to Cafe Gratitude.
Posted by Mike at 09:47 PM
September 14, 2004
I just wanted this to be seen and loved. pass it around the world please
Posted by Lang Squal at 06:24 PM
Drink Plenty Of
Posted by Krayon Scribbel at 06:02 PM
We might have done this before, a LONG time ago..
Please list 5 - 6 records that you use to bring to an end the party that's gone on in your house way too long. The trick here is to play records that you personally love, but that will definately clear the room of the lightweights, the unwanteds, so you can groove on your own or with the few friends who are likely to hang out cuz they actually also like what you're playing.
1] Just about any Yoko Ono, but particularly "Cambridge 1969"
2] Magma- Mekanik Destructiv Comandoh
3] John Coltrane - Om
4] Captain Beefheart- Trout Mask Replica (start it on side two, @ about the point where the song "Pena" hits, the ants will definately scatter!)
5] Throbbing Gristle- 2nd Annual Report, (or just about any disc from the recent 24 Hours or TG+ live boxes, especially the early ones that have the songs "Very Friendly" & "Zyklon B Zombie" running through them!)
--I know i've left out some valuable party-ending tools, let me know what yall's are! :b
Posted by Lang Squal at 08:54 AM
September 12, 2004
Best of Craigslist
Posted by David L at 11:00 AM
September 10, 2004
Posted by Mike at 02:49 PM
Posted by tom at 01:40 PM
The God of Nunchuks
...does a face plant.
Posted by Mike at 12:57 PM
"Goths come in all political persuasions - however no site has yet been dedicated for those of a mainstream-right-wing (i.e., anti-racist, pro-small goverment) bent. This site intends to rectify that problem."
Way to go, Phil.
Posted by Mike at 11:19 AM
September 08, 2004
Watch the monkey get hurt, monkey!
Considering the minor hit by peter gabriel, Shock the Monkey, a mildly interesting, catchy song: what is it "about"? My limited knowledge of the lyrics makes me think that it might be a song about vivisection, and "our" complacent "acceptance" of it. or rather, the song is an indictment of "society's" complacency in the face of cruelty. Am i even close, or is it just a fun goofy little pop song with a catchy phrase & hook? Anybody got the lyrics?
And didn't he release the singe in German too? McFreeze, any german comments?
Posted by Lang Squal at 08:28 AM
September 07, 2004
Hey guys...step lightly around Dick. He just got back from Burning Man and he might be acting a lttle strange.
Posted by David L at 01:18 AM
September 04, 2004
I promise to stop picking the boy's clothes out when he is old enough to be embarrassed.
Posted by David L at 12:32 AM
September 02, 2004
A Link Full Of
Posted by Krayon Scribbel at 08:10 AM