https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=sWzgl7YeGRk Larry David's doing a broadway show! One imagines it to be not a dissimilar setup to that arc on Curb where he did The producers, certainly if this little sit down is anything to go by.
Cos I'm in LA I'm not on the internets like I used to be, so I didn't hear about this till a real life dude told me about it at a party today.
Angels preserve you Charlamagne. HOOOOPLAAAA!
Kanye followed this by going fucking apeshit on Sway's show. Awesome displays.
If you're not aware of this issue already you really should be. This smartgrid shit is truly terrifying, but entirely avoidable if we tell them to fuck off with their insane radioactive fascist bullcrap.
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21319232849 by YardieGoals Kanye drops more gens in 22 minutes than most cats fumble in a lifetime. So many excellent and righteous points, but that shit at the end about glass ceilings and society trying to hem motherfuckers in with low expectations and self esteem is particularly pertinent to me right now and I applaud this man for having the balls to keep saying the shit he believes. WITH #BASE.
http://www.youtube.com/watch?feature=player_embedded&v=qZphDiD3_ns Whenever the DWUAR and the SNOOP connect its a classic, and this is no exception, I nearly fell off my chair.
http://youtu.be/RgXPm9pBVVI The speech from whence came The Life Equation's intro is contained within...
From Dangerous Minds:
Someone has posted the original, longer version of the Disinfo Nation (as the show was called in the UK) episode with my Grant Morrison interview from 2000. This is quite a bit longer than what appeared on the DVD and has some extended clips from Grant’s epic speech at the DisinfoCon. If this is the first time—or one of them—where he told the story of his “alien abduction” experience, I’d imagine that he’s really sick of recounting this tale by now!
When the second series of the show was originally transmitted, I was as pleased as pleased could be that the legal department at Channel 4 let the segment fly without any comments where Grant describes Austin Osman Spare’s theory of sigil magick. To get something like that on network television was a real coup for higher revolutionary mutation, I’d like to think…
http://youtu.be/DjOSof5TSn8 A wealth of sense is spoken herein.
I used to really hate on Tupac. I wish I'd seen this a long time ago. I can now see why dead prez hold him in such high regard.
I kept thinking of this song while I was listening to the interview.
http://youtu.be/KAz-SF-329E Harsh treatment for a man with so fly a haircut.
Don't ever question my respect for the Ice Man. I can rap Ice Ice Baby backwards. Play That Funky Music was amazing. Dude produced it! Fuck you!
http://youtu.be/VTwVoIapW-Y Someone invent hypersleep already, I can't do this anymore.
"Ross is alright. He just talk about eating and weed."
From an ace interview on Filmophilia
EGE: The tone of the film, according to the official synopsis, and the tone of the premise, sounds a lot more mythological than the original Alien films. The original Alien films revolved around industrial settings and premises and social situations rather than anything mythological.
RS: The original Alien was a pretty savage engine. I’ve always said it was a C-movie done in an A-way. Because it was the Old Dark House, you know. Seven people in the Old Dark House, and they’re all going to die. (He laughs) And they’re gonna die horribly and that in itself is a tricky exercise, because you can do it well, you can do it badly. But somehow that worked. It turned out pretty well.
I think one of the reasons why I’ve never gone back to science-fiction, even though I’ve often noodled around, thought about it, looked for story, looked for material, is that there’s a nice purity to the original Alien. It’s fairly pure. And this one does actually raise all kinds of other questions, because if someone could, a being, could be as monstrously clever to create something like we experienced in the very first one – I always figured it’s a weapon, and I always figured that [the ship in the first Alien] was a carrier of weapons. Therefore, who is that, inside that suit? That wasn’t a skeleton, that was a suit. And if you open up the suit, what do you get inside it? And why were they going, where were they going?
Also, I ring off of… there’s a writer, Erich von Däniken. One of his most famous books was called Chariots of the Gods. Everyone thinks he was out of his mind, you know, for number one, “we are the creation of gods”, if you go back to the 19th century anthropologists, Darwin, and say if you go look at Darwin for the moment and look at the Darwinian idea, the Darwinian thesis, which is seemingly very logical. You know, you’re going from something that gradually comes to two legs and gradually here we are. Then you can go beyond that and you look more mathematically at the feasibility of how we’re able to be sitting here, right now, in this place. I’m talking to you, and I’ve got this thing (he picks up his cellphone) which looks like Star Trek. This is “Beam me up, Scotty”-stuff. You wouldn’t have believed this thing could exist thirty years ago.
[Editor's note: And here is where he really takes off:]
Things have changed so dramatically that you can start looking at the idea that all our history can be completely wrong and misguided. Because at some point someone has to put a statement down and have their own thesis, have their own theories. That was then later accepted or later is gradually dissolved and re-drawn or reworked. So now you’ve got the whole changed attitude with NASA, the church and I think even Hawking. Over the last thirty years have gone from “It’s highly unlikely that there’s anyone else in our galaxy, any other force, being in our galaxy,” to now, where they’re conceding that there are probably thousands of different lifeforms in this galaxy. And I think Hawking actually said, “Let’s hope they don’t visit.” And I think the church has conceded as well that it would not be against the word of God if we conceded that there are other lifeforms in this galaxy.
So, if you take that out, then the door is open. To me, it’s entirely logical. It’s entirely ridiculous to believe that we are the only ones here. That’s why my first thought is that for us to be sitting here right now is actually mathematically impossible without a lot of assistance. Who assisted? Who made the right decisions? Who was pushing and pulling to adjust us? That’s a fair question.
http://youtu.be/CDiKj-FRhsA The Darkness' high end discusses their legendary reformation and plays a new song possibly called I Can't Believe It's Not Love. It is ace.