Friday, March 30, 2007

.alt> weekly POST WITH THE MOST

Happy Friday and welcome to the first edition of the POST WITH THE MOST.
I read tons of blogs. I leave comments on many, I "lurk" on many others. Each Friday I will tell you the post that I came across from someone in my "circle" that I thought was particularly interesting for any number of reasons. Could be the funniest, most original, nastiest, informative or inspiring thought of the week...whatever.
I just think that so many bloggers do not get recognition for great things posted and I am afraid that there are terrific stories missed by many and....
I really don't have a lot of time on Fridays to write so I might as well point you in the direction of someone who presented something brilliant.

And I bet you are wondering what the weekly winner receives? Well, if it isn't there already, the winner gets their name on the .alt>mike blog roll for starters!
And that is about it.

This week Mountain Cabin put up a laugh out loud funny Craig's List post by a somewhat disgruntled Starbucks employee. I have sent the link to a number of fellow caffine addicts people who found it as hysterical as I did. So, even though it isn't original, it is something that was certainly entertaining and made an impression on me.

So Mountain Cabin's "Bad Barista Bad" will go down in history as being the first POST WITH THE MOST. Exciting, isn't it? I guess the blogger Colaboy29 is to POST WITH THE MOST kind of like what Kelly Clarkson is to AMERICAN IDOL- the first winner who might be remembered forever and outlast all others!
Or maybe not.

Check out Mountain Cabin.

Thursday, March 29, 2007

.alt>mike midweek rant! Razor Blades

I cannot believe how much money I am spending on razor blades. Why isn't there a revolt? I wake up each morning hoping that some hairy bear somewhere has put together a boycott asking us to forgo shaving for a month to display our disapproval over the price of these absurd items. Twelve Mach 3 blades cost me $22.99. Insanity. Each blade is only good on my heavy beard for two shaves before I have to replace.
And this whole business of multiple blades. Can you even find a package of single blade cartridges anywhere? I don't know about you but as a "manscaper" I find it a bit "edgy" using 3 blades...down....there.
If you happen to be the one guy that is still shaving with a single edge let me offer you a simple piece of advice. Don't start experimenting with multiple edges like the Mach 3 or the Quattro. If you do you will never come back. Single edges will just not "cut it" anymore.
Basically, something happens to your beard and it becomes spoiled and demanding- resistant to anything but multiple sharp edged expensive blades.
As for the razor companies it's really just Gillette and Schick. Damn them. So close to a monopoly. Not fair. They control the pricing and we follow like sheep. Shouldn't there be price control guidelines for products we have to use every day? Stamps? Starbucks? Razors?
When Gillette has a new product they usually send suckers like me a sample razor in the mail and like a moron I try it out. A month ago I got this ridiculous "Fusion" blade sample that has a total of 6 sharp edges (5 on the blade plus a sixth side burn trimmer).
How exactly would you explain to aliens from another planet that you use a 5 bladed razor on your face?
It sounds stupid just typing it out.
Well of course the experience of using this blade has made my beard "immune" to all other razors that have come before it. I cannot get a close shave with anything other than the Fusion. I jumped from 3 edges to 5 beard actually "leapfrogged" over the Quattro (4 edges).
I don't think my beard likes even numbers.
The cost per Fusion blade is something like $3.50. Crazy!

I am sad to say that I have a feeling it will only get worse.
Where exactly will we be a year from now? 8 edges that will actually remove 3 layers of your skin when you shave?
Listen up Gillette, I got the name-

The "Ouch-o".

Tuesday, March 27, 2007

Yup. I am for Sunjaya.

As heard on American Idol tonight:

RANDY: "I'm speechless every time. The hairdo is... interesting."

PAULA: "If you had the gumption, if you had the ability to totally go for it, then it would fit the wackiness of the faux-hawk."

SIMON: "I presume there was no mirror in your dressing room tonight....I don't think it matters what we say anymore....if people like you, good luck."

You know what I think about Sanjaya. He is his own guy with balls of steel. Is that enough of a reason to vote him to be the American Idol? Probably not. But I remember him every week which is more than I can say about some of the other "who is that" performers. Sanjaya is safe again this week...he won't be going anywhere.
I bet you are going to hear about his hair all week long....and little girls boys all around the world are going to want to have a faux hawk just like Sanjaya who is pictured here-

ROCK ON LITTLE MAN!!!!! .altmike is with you.

Goodbye Hayley your time is up. Look for Chris Sligh to be at the bottom as well.
Great performance by Gina! Phil Stacey you spook me!

.alt> view- Sony Ericsson Open

I can't quite put my finger on all of the reasons why I love going to tennis championships like the Sony Ericsson Open which I attended this past weekend. Could it be the fact that you can really get up close to professionals...and really observe their form? Or maybe it's just the coolness of walking around and seeing tennis idols just hanging about amongst the crowd....kicking back and enjoying themselves between their own matches.
A tournament like this one has many matches going on at the same time. The top players like Roger Federer and Maria Sharapova might be playing in the big "stadium" while others play in smaller venues. You can just walk around and go in and out of matches as you see fit. At the same time players that go on later in the day can be warming up on the many practice courts spread out throughout the grounds. This really is a treat because you can be as close as ten feet away from the greatest names in tennis. These folks can really smack the ball. You get a sense of both the grace and the power of the professionals when you are just steps away from them.
While a lot of my friends chose to sit in the stadium and watch the big guns like Andy Roddick, I preferred to stay at the courts where I could get up close or watch the practices. My favorite players are the up and comers who just don't have the name recognition (yet) like Nicholas Almagro from Spain and
Shahar Pe'er from Israel. Yes Israel! A funny little side note is that you can always figure out where Shahar is playing because every time she loses a point you hear one or two stray "Oy vays!" screamed out from the bleachers. I felt a little tinge of Jewish guilt when I left her match early to check out Nicolas.
Which leads me to a unique aspect of this tournament in particular. Being in Miami there is a wonderful international flavor as people from all over the world come to root for players from their own country. It really is a lot of fun.

Anyway, I will stop boring you with my thoughts and these darn pictures but I am just all psyched about tennis right now. This tournament gets me excited about playing and I came back and smacked the ball harder than I have been doing so I am getting myself in the right frame of mind for the tournament I will be playing in a couple of weeks....

Monday, March 26, 2007

,alt> Mashup of the Week- Pink vs. Billy Idol

This is the new banner that will indicate that it is time for Mike's .alt> Mashup of the Week.
Do you get it?

I am not exactly wild about this week's mashup but I promised you Billy Idol and Pink so it's "Pink Wedding" taking riff of "White Wedding" mixing it up with "Get the Party Started" and there you have it.

Pink vs. Billy Idol Pink Wedding"

I have tennis on my mind so you will get some of my thoughts about the 2007 Sony Ericsson Tennis Open that I attended in Miami this past weekend and share with you my preparation for the next tournament I will be playing here in Orlando in just 2 weeks mercy me. Why? Because I want you to know what I am going through for goodness sake don't make me go this one alone!
Glad to be back home missed you all desperately and feverishly reading and trying to catch up with all your blogs....
I will have more for you hopefully later tonight....

Rock on with Billy and Pink

Saturday, March 24, 2007

.alt> travel- Sony Ericsson Open

I am down in Miami (actually Key Biscayne) until Monday at the 2007 Sony Ericsson Open Tennis Championships back on Monday with pictures of the biggest stars in tennis.

Also on Monday...

What happens if Billy Idol turns Pink?

I will have another mashup for you.

Hope you are having a great weekend. Cheers.

Thursday, March 22, 2007

.alt>ernate view of ambien

I take the sleeping aid Ambien more than I would like to say- Never more than a half of a pill a night, though fairly consistently.
I have been reading all these stories about people doing all kinds of crazy things under the influence of Ambien without any recollection the next day- cooking, driving places, cleaning the house. None of this happens to me.

What's wrong with me?

Wednesday, March 21, 2007

ALTernating channels

This is my every so often review of what is happening on the tube. The child below is of no relation, thank you very much. It is our "ALTernating channels" poster child.... changing the channel as we move from one show to another.


Did you see little Ashley on American Idol last night? She wasn't one of the contestants but she stole the show with her lack of restraint. Watch the youtubes below if you need to catch up or get a refresher. Anyway I just have to let her know what I am thinking....

Dear Ashley,

You had me at *sniffle*. I was with you little one. Sanjaya was rocking the house. You couldn't control yourself...I was almost crying myself. Finally, an American Idol moment that Sanjaya could OWN!!!!

And then THIS happened:

Ashley, why the hell are you crying for Nell Carter Melinda Doolittle?
And at the end of the show you were crying for everyone else for crying out loud get a grip Ashley.

Don't get me wrong I love Nell Melinda . I love her 40 year old self. Oh puleez. Every morning I wake up and wonder "Is this the morning the Smoking Gun is going to expose her true age and that she is a mother of 3 with a prison record?"
They keep asking her if she is as nice as she says she is. Geez if someone asked me that question even I would say I was nice too! What are you going to say? "No Simon, I am an evil, evil, old bitter jaded person."
Even if she "pulls one over" the media... to what end? Ok so she is going to win American Idol....and do what? Vegas? Carnival Cruise Lines? Bottom line Melinda can sing like nobody's business but she isn't going to sell records to a pop audience and silly me I thought that what American Idol was all about. That is why I am with Sanjaya, or Jordin Sparks. These two are the total package and they have the ability to sell a lot of records to a lot of young people.

Oh and Ashley, if I can offer you but one piece of advice it would be this. Give your heart. But be selective. In later years you may find the quarterback of your high school football team to be attractive, but that doesn't mean you have to love your way through the linebackers, defensive ends, and cornerbacks to get to him. Do you understand what I am getting at here Ashley? Trust me, I know.

PS- I think it is curtains tonight for Stephanie. If you are saying "Who dat?" there, in itself, lies the problem with Stephanie.


I am not a lesbian.
If I was, I would probably watch the "L" Word on Showtime.

But I would never ever ever miss an episode of "Workout" on Bravo which started it's second season last night. Why? Because lesbos need their ultimate fantasies just like gay guys. Just in case you don't know the premise of this reality-esque show, it is a supposedly unscripted series detailing the dramas at an elite Beverly Hills gym called Sky Sport & Spa. The show chronicles the demanding owner's efforts to build the business, manage her trainers and satisfy her select clientele.

Translation- Jackie the power bitch gets to boss around everyone in her gym! Big strappin' straight and gay guys just about fall to their knees and hang on her every word. All kinds of women want to be her, want to be like her, want to be with her.

But there are plenty of reasons for guys like us to watch too-

One of the upcoming plots (according to last night's coming attractions) involves a very buff male model who enlists the services of "Jesse" one of the gay male personal trainers who insists that Mr. Model remove his shirt to expose his chiseled chest before he starts his workout with him.


I mean, you can meet the cast of "Workout" on the Bravo website .
If you missed any episodes from last season or this season's premiere, don't worry they will play it like six hundred times overs the next week.

Till next time ALTernating Channels over and out.

Tuesday, March 20, 2007

ta da. the new banner

I don't even want to tell you what I had to do to get this banner.
I feel like a .... Well, lets just say I feel dirty.

Monday, March 19, 2007

playing with myself

Ok so I am changing some things around here.. pictures, banner, concepts, headings etc....
Honestly I am not sure what I am doing. I was all jazzed about my new banner until multiple people brought to my attention that it looked like dueling butt plugs. Great. It will be gone soon is gone! Now replaced with something "art-sy" and fabulous meme!. But just for kicks take a look at that (former) banner and tell me if you think it is a mirror image.....or not. :)

The Monday Morning Mashup Vol 4-
Coldplay vs. The Temptations

Just in case you don't know what a mashup this.

Last week on American Idol contestant Chris Sligh attempted a Coldplay infused version of "Endless Love"- the Diana Ross/Lionel Ritchie classic. Though we give him an "A" for effort, it was kind of off. I think that particular ballad just wasn't suited for the arrangement. But this mashup of Coldplay's "Clocks" (2003) and The Temptations "Papa Was A Rolling Stone" (1971) works rather well. But you can judge for yourself.

Here is Chris Sligh's "Coldplay-ish" performance of "Endless Love" from American Idol last week:

Compare that to the mashup (you can snag it for a limited time!):

Coldplay vs. The Temptations
"Papa Was A Clock"

Saturday, March 17, 2007

I got a cold in my doze

Today I had a cold so I stayed at home by myself crawled up on the couch wallowing away in self pity immersed in flannel, fuzzy slippers downing Too jays chicken noodle soup by the pint while watching the vh1 marathon countdown of the "100 most shocking moments in rock and roll"(#75 was Carnie Wilson's stomach staple operation which she had broadcast live on the Internet) .

My friend called me and said my voice was so hoarse I sounded like the love child of Harvey Fierstein and the once tampon laden Brenda Vaccaro.

The thing that pisses me off about the common cold experience is how we actually sabotage ourselves with the medications we take. For example, you take pills because your nose is runny, runny, runny, runny, runny and then BAM!!!! All of a sudden you are completely stuffed up. Stuffy probably because you were taking pills to dry the runny-ness and they did too good of a job. Basically, you have helped the cold morph into something else just when you were starting to get the hang of it!

Earlier today my runny-ness turned stuffy so feeling like a total slug I decided to go out to get a different set of cold pills. Upon coming face to face with the Walgreen's "Cold Remedy Wall" I was overwhelmed. So many brands to choose from. While every year there are new concoctions on the shelves (Airborne, Mucinex), it seems the old "workhorses" (Benadryl, Comtrex, Dristan) never die. Who the hell takes Dristan? I think they should set up a "spy cam" or something in Walgreen's to see if ANYONE ever buys Dristan.
And now every pain reliever has jumped on the cold medication bandwagon. There's Aleve Cold and Sinus, Advil Allergy Relief...etc. I think of taking Advil when I sprain my ankle, NOT when my nose is runny. It's hard to imagine that one brand of pill can cure multiple illnesses. To me these brands are just greedy. What's next...Advil Diarrhea Relief?
I feel like shaking Advil and saying, "Stay in your own area! Stick to what you are good at!".

Then there is the whole drowsy or non- drowsy thing.
Sometimes I just have enough time to take....a nap. In this instance should I take just half of a drowsy pill? Or should I mix a drowsy pill with a non drowsy pill and hope for the best?
Honestly does anyone really believe that 12 hour medication has ANY effect after 8 hours?
If I take a decongestant does that mean that my phlegm-y stuff is going to loosen up and my nose is going to run even more?
If I have some Benadryl allergy relief medication left over from hay fever season can I use that for my cold? Is it the same as the cold medication?
Does a caplet work better than a gel cap?
What happens if I don't have a sore throat but I only have medication that includes sore throat relief? Will I be over medicating?
Does anyone ever use generic cold relief medication?
If a product called "Wal-dryl" has the same ingredients as "Benadryl" why would it work as well and cost 30% less? If I take the generic am I am going to feel 30% less better?

I ended up buying Benadryl D nighttime cold relief. Who knows if this stuff is going to work.
However, it's a sure bet that the half pint of Ben and Jerry's Cookie Dough Ice Cream purchased on my way home will work its magic and make me feel a whole lot better.

The Answer- "A One In a 25 Million Chance"

The Question- "What are the odds of a three way tie in JEOPARDY?"

It happened on Friday for the first time ever-

Friday, March 16, 2007

Carmen Electra Goes SPLAT

It happened this past Wednesday at the Max Factor Fashion Show in NYC.....

Someone is a mess

Actorschmactor must have had some time on his hands today. Taking the IMPORTANTWORDS from my blogger profile, he added his thoughts and humorous reflections next to each of them.... Thank you for the attention!


  • Intelligence - Something I'm obviously lacking if i
    actually sent you this list
  • Fitness – I’ve read about that …
  • Tennis – I should be good at any sport where LOVE = ZERO
  • Workout – as in “I don’t think it's going to…?”
  • Job – One of my favorite books in the Old Testament.
  • Jewish – meaning “kind of like a Jew … he’s Jew-ish.” – right?
  • Feet – prefer this to the metric system
  • Spin – right round, baby, right round
  • Israeli – an alternative to the normal spelling of the girl's name Israly
  • Italian – That’s-a one-a spicy-a meat-a-ball-a!
  • Dark – What I look best in.
  • Stamina – He played Uncle Jesse, right?
  • Tattoos – Lick.
  • Spiritual – well, I’m not gonna light candles and spin around like Stevie Nicks, if that’s what you mean
  • Humor – check
  • Eyes – From what I hear, they have it.
  • Sexy – I brought it back. (I saved my receipt.)
  • Hot – Sauce? Chocolate? To Trot? Too many options here.
  • Foreplay – Hmm, I’m not really a golfer except for putt-putt.
  • Abs – You mean my brake system?
  • Shaved – “There really is nothing like a shorn scrotum” – Dr. Evil
  • Sexy – umm, I think we covered this already
  • Figure skating – What would Brian Boitano do?
  • Responsible – since I was three …
  • Thick – I prefer to be called full-figured
  • Lips – They sang “Funkytown,” right?
  • Italy – That’s a lotsa mozzarella!
  • Smile – no comment
  • The Zone – it lies between the pit of man's fear, and the summit of his knowledge.
  • Pierced – Like I need another hole in my head … or in anything for that matter.
  • Confident – I’m confident I don’t need another hole in my … whatever.
  • Scruff – beats shaving everday … but wait, didn’t you say you liked shaved?
  • Flip flops – Those I’ll wear, thongs I won’t.

Thursday, March 15, 2007

Dear Ryan and Simon

How about putting an end to the humorless gay banter?
Ok ok we get it. You are friends. This is supposedly harmless wholesome fun. But you know what? I grew up with guys like you. What a throwback! On the playground. In school. In the locker room. And later on at work. It was usually the same drill. Guys like you who made fun of being gay, or try to embarrass others by suggesting they were gay...always seemed to be compensating for some shortage or inadequacy. Never failed. Childish stuff. How old are you guys anyway?
As a gay man it gets to be insulting. Jokes at the expense of others are not cool. Even though there is not a specific target, it is indeed a "below the radar screen" form of bigotry.

Or perhaps Thou Dost Protest too much?
It is getting more and more uncomfortable to watch this back and forth bump and grind between the two of you. Suggestion. If you are "gay curious" then get a room, give it a whirl, and get it out of your system one way or the other. But lets keep it out of the show that is known as"American Idol". Why?....because this is a singing competition....right?

Seacrest if you are gay this is a pretty lousy way to come out. Do us a favor. Don't bother.

Wednesday, March 14, 2007

Boys in TuTu

Last night it was blogger night out at Cafe Tu Tu Tango. This is one of those tedious self indulgent posts where I say how much fun I had and you can only imagine. Here goes.

I am just getting to know these guys and their blogs so I wasn't sure what to expect. One thing is for certain.

These boys can drink me under the table.
Mikell took some great pictures and shared some thoughts here. He really offered a great summary so I won't be redundant. I feel bad because we were so busy posing and doing the America's Next Top Model thing for him that I don't think anyone shot a picture of Mikell....except this lame one that I took with my dreaded Blackberry camera that doesn't show off his amazing blue eyes. I kind of expected these guys to be interesting. But who would have thought good looking? I mean I was expecting "faces that were meant to be behind a computer" but quite the opposite. Sorted is cute as a button, Eric is the nerdy cute one (and I mean that in the best way), Spirit of Saint Lewis and Mikell are the distinguished salt n pepper hair types. You know what I am talking about? Yes I think you do. :)

And then there is actorschmactor.
He can only be described as lecherous devilishly sexy. I got home and there was an email from him begging forgiveness for grabbing my thigh. I love it.

Great time. I look forward to keeping an eye on them (you can find them all on my blogroll) as should you.

Sunday, March 11, 2007

Mike's Monday Morning MashUp Vol 3-

Blondie Vs. The Doors

Blondie Vs The Doors- Rapture Riders


Happy to report that mini Y2K did not wreak the havoc on my computer as I was expecting. My Blackberry was off an hour but my buddy Brad sent me a patch to fix that.

So I had no excuse but to have your Monday morning MashUp ready to go. Since last weeks Killers vs. the Gorrilaz went over like a lead balloon (guess you don't like the newer music), I have gone back in time to find you a fantastic retro mix of two classics. Blondie (Deborah Harry) vs. The Doors (Jim Morrison). Could you imagine how hot there offspring would be? Anyway, hope you like RIDERS RAPTURE.

Saturday, March 10, 2007

How do I look?

I was trying to get it together this morning to play tennis and failing miserably. It is amazing that no matter how much time I give myself I always end up running late.
But I digress.
Rushing to get dressed I quickly threw on my shorts, tank top, wrist bands, grabbed my tennis bag and headed to the door. I passed by a mirror, caught a quick glance and thought-

"How do I look?"

Hmmmmmmm.......not bad. But.
Nope. The shorts won't do. Wrong color. I need navy blue instead of white so they coordinate with my wrist bands.

You would think my tennis game would be better given my attention to fashion details.
Who cares! Nobody!

Nobody but me.

I wondered to myself, "I am not going to stop to change my shorts I?. Seriously. Am I out of my mind? My friends are going to be PISSED."
The choices I make are insane. I drop my bag and run back to my bedroom closet to search for the all important navy blue shorts.

At that moment a memory hits me like a tidal wave.

It was 1973. I was thirteen years old. A particularly snowy month of March on Long Island. Weather wise, my birthday was the worst. Over a foot of snow accumulated in less than six hours. When it finally slowed down my Mom summoned my brothers and myself downstairs to go outside and shovel the walkway in front of our house. Whereas my brothers quickly put on their gear and headed out to shovel and frolic, I, on the other hand, took my time getting dressed.
Thinking to myself, "Where are my brown wool gloves...the ones that match my parka?
And scarf? Some color perhaps... neon blue. works better".
Meticulously putting together the perfect outfit for an active snowy day.
Time must have flown by as I primped and prepped. So entrenched in what I was doing, I hardly noticed my Mother standing in my mirror's reflection. I spun around like a top.

"How do I look?"

My Mom squinted some and said,
"How do you look?


On that note I ran like mad outside to find my brothers had just about completed the task at hand. Before I could say a word I was pummeled with a barrage of snowballs. "Happy Birthday to ya!!! HA HA" (Typical brother stuff no harm intended and kind of sweet sentiment their own way).

34 years later.
My tennis outfit.

I guess where I found myself this morning is at a place where I am able to appreciate all the parts that make up the whole of me. It has not always been this way in my life. Miraculously, that little boy in his parka and coordinated scarf appears to have survived through many changes in me and around me.
Could I have told this story ten years ago? Probably not. I certainly couldn't embrace it as I do today.

For me, it's a strange little revelation. Maybe not so little.

On my 47th birthday the greatest gift is that I have yet to become too wise, worldly, jaded or old to be able to pose a simple question.

"How do I look?"

D.S.T.- The Nightmare Continues

Oh joy.
In addition to the hell of daylight saving time tonight, we have mini Y2K to deal with.
Apparently, some time after midnight all dvd recorders, computers and cell phones are going to explode. T mobile sent me some kind of a patch in email form to avoid the pending doom awaiting my Blackberry.
But I deleted the email a couple of weeks ago because I thought it was spam.


I won't sleep a wink tonight.

The movie I can't wait to see....

I love me my figure skating.
"Blades of Glory" is going to be hysterical. Opening March 30th!

Friday, March 09, 2007

American Idol- The Ladies Slideshow

Here comes that daylight saving thing again

Very confusing to me. Still can't figure out if it is going to be lighter or darker when I wake up on Sunday morning. I am taking 48 hours to prepare. I need a xanax. Am I an idiot? Every year it is the same thing.

Wednesday, March 07, 2007

It started with him

This image, this poster.
The year was 1972. I was 12.
That's when I knew....

....and nothing was the same after that.

Fresh Flowers

Sometimes I am concerned about my lack of emotions.

I had a party this last Sunday....I got bunches of fresh flowers which everyone said looked great. My first reaction was "damn when these things start wilting my house is going to be a mess....all the buds and such falling off and getting all over the place."

Am I just practical...or cold hearted?

I certainly appreciate the jesture of my friends and I love them but that was my first reaction and now I feel guilty.

On the other hand, I have no such issues accepting bottles of wine and vodka as house warming gifts.....

Tuesday, March 06, 2007

Elliott where have you been!

Finally American Idol alumni Elliott Yamin is releasing some music. In fact, if you go to this website there's a free download of the acoustic version of his new track "You Are The One".
I always liked Elliott. I think he can vocally run circles around this one whose CD sales are plummeting quicker than the titanic.

Sunday, March 04, 2007

The altMike Monday Morning (ish) MashUp Vol 2
Gorillaz vs. The Killers

I didn't realize that "Somebody Told Me", the Killers first single in the US only reached #51 on the Billboard charts in 2002. I thought it got much higher (wow 2002 seems like just yesterday).
Our favorite virtual band Gorillaz faired better with their hit "Feel Good Inc." which reached #14 in 2005. Both singles were a lot stronger in the U.K.

I call this mashup "Somebody Told Me (to Feel Good)".
Preview from the player on the right ------->
Download if you like for a limited time only.

Buy: Gorillaz "Demon Days" CD featuring "Feel Good Inc." from
Buy: The Killers "Hot Fuss" CD featuring "Somebody Told Me" from

Not a thriller

Apparently Michael Jackson is in Japan.
People there are shelling out $3,500 each to spend 30 seconds with him.
That is $116.66 per second.


Is anybody worth $3,500 for 30 seconds?

Friday, March 02, 2007

Big Girls Don't Cry (on American Idol)

Sundance this has got to stop....



Um....what happened here?


Became that....

Apparently you can be REALLY gay and America will still love you.....

But there are limits....

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