Tuesday, November 30, 2004

Isn't The Internet Great...

The other day a song popped into my head. I couldn't remember where I heard it and I couldn't remember any of the words. But I wanted to hear it again. Sounds like a problem, right? Not with the internet and a little bit of patience.

After surfing for a while I remembered that I heard the song on a tv commercial. But I couldn't remember what product it was for. But I remembered what basically happened in the commercial. A guy would make some kind of movement and a corollary of that movement would happen to a woman present in the room, turning her on.

Eventually I succeeded. I found the name of the song and the artist; a copy of the commercial; and a ringtone to download to my phone!

here's the video

Small Change Update

I found a way for you guys to be able to watch the short film, Small Change. Actually there are two ways. You could either go to Triggerstreet.com and register (don't worry it's free). It'll take you five minutes. And you'll be able to watch it the way it was meant to be watched.

Or, if you feel like being lazy I'll post a crappy version that I was able to make a personal bootleg of that has a watermarked red bar across the screen the entire time and the audio is from a cell phone (long story I'll explain it if you email me). I'll try to post the bootleg tonight.

While you're waiting, check out my hero.

He appears to be a prominent businessman giving a tour. There's an interruption and he deals with it so well. They're speaking German but you'll get the point.

*update - the bootleg ain't happenin.

Monday, November 29, 2004

What I've Learned: Karma

A wise man once told me that life is willing to teach if I'm willing to listen. Whenever I stumble upon a kernel of truth I blog it in a segment I like to call: What I've Learned.

Back in high-school there were the popular kids, and the not so popular ones. And then there were the shadow dwellers that no one spoke to or even noticed. Michael was one of those outcasts. But instead of shunning him like the rest, I formed a relationship with him. It wasn't that big of a deal to me, and I didn't think much of it.

Last night a couple buddies and I went out to a club to hang out. I wasn't sure of my dress code and I didn't bring that much money. So I wasn't really feeling the outing. As karma would have it, when I got to the front of the line I recognized Michael in none other than a police uniform standing by the cashier. She waves me in telling me that I don't have to pay. People around me were thinking who the hell is this guy. My buddies paid and we went in and had a great night.

So remember kids, next time you're kicking some geek's ass around the school, just remember the next time you run into him he might have a badge, a billy club, and a chip on his shoulder.

The Worst (Non)Singer In The Universe

I was at the mall the other day. I walked into The Foot Locker and I heard this excruciating whine coming out of the speakers. I looked up at the nearest monitor and saw the poster-child of non-talent punishing us all with her screaching vocals. Ashanti is absolutely the worst singer in the universe. May God curse all who encourage her either by buying her crap music, or watching her cheesy videos. Why don't you heathens put your money together and get her sideburns lasered off!

One Finger Salute

This one's been on the internets for a while. But just in case you didn't see ol' Georgy at it again.

Saturday, November 27, 2004

Weekend Update

This week in Pierre's life.
  • gave a speech in Communications class. I killed it, as you would've expected
  • worked a double the day after Thanksgiving. I swear Robin must hate me.
  • Robin sent me home on Sunday 'cause my apron was dirty. Yea, she hates me. I won't be working there much longer.
  • Finished shooting a short film.

Here's a cool short film. (sorry, link down. will try to fix it.)

God I Miss The Man Show

Adam and Jimmy Catching Guys Checking Out Girls

(if the video looks weird click here)

Thursday, November 25, 2004

Happy Thanksgiving

Season's Greetings all! I don't know about you guys but I'm feeling the holiday spirit. The Macy's Day Parade was great.

Oh look its the always lovable Kermit the Frog.

And two well-loved figures, the Rugrats and Hilary Clinton; they really like her in New York!

I will have pics of my Thanksgiving dinner in a few days.

And remember guys and gals...

Monday, November 22, 2004

What The Hell Is Wrong Black People?

Last week was a terrible week for blacks. First the Vibe Awards melee.

Then Ron Artest and Stephen Jackson beat up fans on Friday Night Fights.

Then on Saturday those country boys from South Carolina and Clemson brawled.

Are blacks really the dangerous people that they claim not to be? Maybe. If you listen to mainstream (and independent) black music you will hear over and over the need to beat someone's ass when one is disrespected. Ludacris' new song touts in the chorus:

Yeek yeek woop woop!! why you all in my ear?!
Talking a whole bunch of shit
That I ain't trying to hear!
Get back muhfucker! You don't know me like that!
(Get back muhfucker!! You don't know me like that!!)
Yeek yeek woop woop!! I ain't playing around!
Make one false move I'll take ya down
Get back muhfucker! You don't know me like that!
(Get back muhfucker!! You don't know me like that!!)

If you pump this message into people's heads it will have an affect. Of course it won't be that
direct; only the naive and partially insane will hear a song like that and go out and punch
someone's lights out. But what these songs do is create a stream of conciousness. It creates a
climate over time. I'm not saying that the problem is getting worse and that the events at the
Piston's game are the result; it's worse than that. I'm saying that the don't-fuck-with-me-or-else
mentality has been at a dangerous level for a long time now. It's just that the mainstream only
gets a glimpse at it every once in a while. Blacks have been bamboozled for some time now.
Better clutch your purses.



Halo 2: The Experience

Halo 2 is one of the best video games I have ever played. The sound, the gameplay, the storyline; all top-notch. Fucking awesome bro!

Hold On Michelle...

Destiny's Child Has A Falling Out On Bet

Thursday, November 18, 2004

Keep Ya Game Tight

Guys, if you need to brush up on your game, here's a great site. Learn from the Doc.

One day you might bag an angel.

Or another nice piece of ass.

Here's a good article from that site. Top 10 Jobs For Picking Up Women

What A Tool...

Tuesday, November 16, 2004

And the Realest Nigga award goes to...

G-Unit rapper Young Buck wanted in Vibe awards stabbing

Only in the rap game could an artist win an award and get accused of a felony on the same night.

The top-selling rapper Young Buck was being sought by police Tuesday for allegedly stabbing a man who punched hip-hop legend Dr. Dre at the Vibe awards. Buck is signed to Dr. Dre's record label as part of the G-Unit clique, which was named best group by the music magazine.

Buck fled the Santa Monica airport hangar where the awards show was being taped Monday night, Santa Monica police Lt. Frank Fabrega said in a statement. A warrant was being prepared alleging assault with a deadly weapon... (more)

I swear, rappers make black people look sooo bad. How pathetic. And after the whole debacle the president of Vibe said everything was fine except for a "small scuffle". Yea, it's really bad when the night is a success when only ONE person is stabbed!

And by the way, my girl Alicia Keys won the coveted Artist of The Year award. And she looked hot too.

Monday, November 15, 2004

Hi-Res Jewel

She looks pretty hot.

I'm gonna buy an Xbox today.

I'm gonna get Halo 2. I heard too much about it to not try it out. So if you don't hear from me for the next month or two I hope you'll understand.

Powell's Done

So now we can add the 6 of hearts to the tally of war profiteers that we won't have to deal with the next four years.

Last week we got Asscroft, the 10 of hearts. Hopefully the 3 of hearts will dip out.

Steelers Still Kickin Ass

Roethlisberger Helps Steelers Win Seven in a Row

Sunday, November 14, 2004

Suicide Girls

Have you heard of these girls yet. The concept is like pin-ups with tattoos and pierced nipples. It's like they dragged those goth girls out of Hot Topic, stripped them, and had them pose. It's a vampire satanist's wet dream. Check 'em out.

Denise Richards Strips For Playboy

I gotta say, I'm not the biggest Denise Richards fan, but she is looks pretty damn hot in the December spread. She'll be on Leno Monday night.

I Take It Back...

Earlier this week I posted some biting criticism of what's happening in Falluja. (11/8/04 Let's Kill Us Some A-rabs) But I failed to realize that it is important to control that area. It was in Falluja that Nick Berg and many other hostages were executed. It's in Falluja that suicide bombers got strapped up to blow themselves and countless civilians to pieces. We shouldn't be in Iraq, but that's beyond the point now. We ARE there, and we must bring peace back to the nation.
(Editors note: you are correct, the picture has nothing to do with the story. But she is hot though)

God Bless ODB

You probably already heard the bad news (Rapper Ol' Dirty Bastard Dies Suddenly in New York)

Our boy, Ol' Dirty, Dirt McGirt, Big Baby Jesus has left us prematurely. 35 years old! That's way too young. God is such an asshole sometimes.

Wednesday, November 10, 2004

Quick Poll

Tell me what you think.

Americans who voted for Bush are
bible-thumping morons

Free polls from Pollhost.com

No More Asscroft?

At least part of the axis of evil has left. Sources say long-time Bush friend Alberto Gonzales will replace John "Under Surveillance" Asscroft. Oh and by the way, Gonzales is the humanitarian that wrote Bushy the memo that the Geneva Conventions could be skirted in the case of detainees who are captured. God help us!

Movie Bits

'Alfie' Flop Blamed On Election
Jude Law's latest film Alfie's poor results at the American box office have been blamed on last week's presidential election. The remake of the 1966 Michael Caine comedy only took $6.5 million during its opening weekend, and landed at number five in the US box office charts. Wayne Llewellyn, the president of distribution at Paramount, blamed the Republican triumph of George W. Bush's re-election may clash with the character's womanizing behavior.
Before you try to find someone else to blame for your stupid movie why don't you look at yourselves first you pathetic pricks.

Ray was really good. Easily one of the best movies of the year so far. Check the Monday post for review and trailer links.

'Colin Farrell turns down lucrative Bond role'
Leave the fucking guy alone. So he doesn't want to give up his professional life to this role for the next seven years. Maybe he doesn't want to just be known as the bond guy (sorry Pierce.) Let the guy live. He's actually a fairly decent actor by the way, you bloodthirsty savages. News flash MONEY ISN'T EVERYTHING, and I'm glad that Farrell understands that.

Movies I want to see this weekend: