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Thursday, January 16, 2003  

rant de peabs

this will be self-explanatory. the following is a rant that I received this afternoon from the one and only Peabs. it is a work of art.

From: Peabs
Date: Thu, 16 Jan 2003 12:36:50 EST
Subject: Barflizzies.
To: markdgraham@yahoo.com

Lately, yours truly, Peabs, has been spending most of his tiz either jazzing on your miz, or pseudo-managing at G-Willie-T style. And upon doing the latter, I have come across some characters worthy of namedropping; peeps that make JP McKrengels and Al Franken seem like nobodies, full on Kev Costner-stizz.

Flashbiz to Monday niz, circa Midnizzies.

There's this cock-star we like to call Tony Soprano, not so much for his striking resemb to James Gandolbestevs, but more so for his striking gorilla features, not so much Gorilla-stizz, but ya know, a fucking monkey. So Tony Toni Tone digs sitting at the biz, drinking a Coke, and swearing at his multiple personalities. Or he has tourette's (best!) and is swearing at the television. Either way equals "So fucking tigs." in the overall equation of liz. Oh yeah, to bizzoot, he has a larynx biz or whatevs-- you know, those tigs contraptions when you smoke ten packs a diz since you were cold kickin' it in the coal mines at age 6, Sissy Spacek-stizz-- so you can barely hear him spizz, thus making his random spouting off of expletives even that much more enjoyably tigs.

Howevs-- and there's always a tigs howevs in every stizz-- Tony S. didn't even compizz to the next Bozo that stumbled into G-Besties the other niz. This fucking cock-ring had obvs been out playing his version of the Grand Prize Game, with a full on raging boner for all things fagolicious, as he entered the biz all F'ed on who-the-fuck-knows-what (anybody that's done who-the-fuck-knows-what will understizz). He asks if we're open and if he can have a drizz. Yours truly wanted to say: "Obvs you fucking dildo, it's a biz, so lick my tats." But unfortch, I cannot spizz such brilliance. I notice it's 1:45 in the morn, so this douchenozzle has got a drink's worth alloted. He orders up a Mic Lizz and a shot of Crown Rizzie (which he ends up drizzing a sip, the fucking puss-bag!), and I tell him it's last call for alcohol, like a bad song by SemiSonic. He says, "Yes, sir" and salutes me. Now, anyone that knows Peabs knows his infatuation with the hatred of all militant forces; yours truly, the son of Fos, raging 70's neo-hippie galore; so I found his salute to me to be preposterous, totally worst! The man introduces himself as Woody... 15 times. And, he asks me my names nearly as many times, which was followed by "Continental Lanes welcomes you, Matt!" Fucking wack job. Woodrow then proceeds to thank me for spending all of the money. I reply: "On what?" His answer?

"You know what, Matt. You know. That new Mustang."

While I already knew that W wasn't rizz in the hizz, this solidified it. Of course, until he decided to get all Super Racist Dude all up on this piece, shouting his disdain for African-Americans and continuing to salute me, thank me, and introduce his worthless, piece of shit self. On a scale of one to tiz for full-on worst evs wack job, this dude was off the charts. Plus, his name was fucking Woody! Who in the fuck is named Woody anymore? Not since the glorious days of Woody from Cheers just the charcter, not Harrelson), or Woody Woodpecker, or Ohio State coach Woody or Woody "Don't Call Me Woodrow" Wilson has the name been tigs. Even the resurgence of recent Clemson QB and current NFL washout Woodrow "Woody" Danzler couldn't save the name.

And after Monday Niz, the once great name of Woody was set back years. Decades even.

The name Matthew, howevs, was not. I am gorgeous.

posted by uncle grambo |
Wednesday, January 15, 2003  

et al

not a lot to discuss today. as i feared, my lack of strenuous work yesterday has led to a semi-hellish day today. alas, i've still got some buzz left in me, some of which originates from the collective mindshare of the FOW Nation. clicky clicky!

  • in response to The Supreme Court decision to uphold lengthier copyrights protecting the profits of songs, books and cartoon characters, The Gorilla sent along this reaction:

    "Disney sucks it hard, they make shit loads of money off public domain children’s stories (Cinderella, Snow White, et. al) and then they buy votes in congress to keep their own intellectual property from falling into the public domain. The checks and balances don’t work when Congress has a mouth full of Goofy balls. Worse than worst – full-on-German Wurst."

    i couldn't agree more, i can't see why the Public Domain laws should be changed just to benefit corporate behemoths like Disney and AOL/Time Warner. alas, i guess that's what the Big Bucks can buy you these days.

  • if you have spent anytime with Coach Glinka recently, you know that he knows more about Muggles and Hogwarts than just about any other Gen X'er. whether or not that's a good thing is still up for debate. regardless, he was kind enough to take the time to pass along the word that the fifth Harry Potter book will be released on June 21st. quoth The Coach, "Dude, Dumbledore is gonna reveal everything!"

  • add this to the growing list of accomplishments made by people younger than me. it looks like Jodi Kantor, a 27 year-old editor at Slate.com, is the new front runner to become the editor of The New York Times' "Arts & Leisure" section. mega-impressive, but i'm surprised they didn't look for the editor of whatevs.org!!!

  • while it doesn't quite stack up to "Joe Millionaire", ABC's "The Bachelorette" earns special buzz because it features a local dude on the show. i saw Bob out at Dick O'Dow's last Thursday night, but surprisingly he wasn't really recognized. that's all about to change, because The Grizz profiles him in today's Detroit News.

  • The Los Angeles Times' Robert Hilburn has taken a few months off from writing his "Ask Robert Hilburn" column, but Tuesday's edition finally featured a new column.

  • "It's definitely different than a T-shirt". Devoted alumni and fans of their college team can show their undying school spirit with college-themed caskets. (thanks to Maw for this story!)

  • the following is a mini-editorial (complete with link!) from JP McKrengels: "Perhaps our man in Amsterdam (well Poland really) Kegzies was right? In the 90's we had the "Decade of the Woman" or was it just a year (it sure felt like a decade). Now that Bush is here maybe we'll have the "Decade of the WASP". Take a look at this article involving President Bush and the University of Michigan's racial admissions battle. I for one, will now be applying and getting accepted to both Michigan's B- School and Law School simultaneously. Looks like I'll have some tough Postgraduate choices in the next year or so. I'm inspired! Hot New York Jewish girls... here I come!" (in response to http://www.nytimes.com/aponline/national/AP-Bush-Affirmative-Action.html)

  • finally, the lovely and talented Miss Melody Licious passed along the following info in response to my post regarding the RW/RR BOTS...best!

    ---------- Melody Licious wrote:

    I'm completely in love/addicted to Battle of the Sexes. It could only be better if it was two hours long. I'm such a fan/nerd I even have a Fantasy Challenge team on Mtv.com. I'm hoping the Belgian > doesn't get voted off because he's just too hot. Same goes for all gay boys. Anyway, here are some more related websites for your p.e.

    www.princessmelissa.com - Melissa from New Orleans Real World. Check out the "real world" section for her inside scoop at the BOTS episodes. The rest of it is pretty much crap

    www.countrytoconcrete.org - Danny from New Orleans' website

    www.planetjulie.com - Julie from New Orleans' website. It's pretty boring though.

    www.planetsocks.com - Hilarious recaps. The usually post BOTS and RW episode with in 48 hours of the episode's airing.

    www.televisionwithoutpity.com - recaps of all your favorite shows done in a hilarious manner. It usually takes 3 or 4 days (sometimes more) for the recap to be posted, but they are usually pretty thorough and funny.

posted by uncle grambo |
Tuesday, January 14, 2003  

recent obsessions

i love days like this. today has been a brief respite from the sheer volume of projects that normally fly across my desk in a given day. and because your visits mean so much to me, i'm going to capitalize on this opportunity to spend a little time gabbing about some of the better things i've stumbled upon on recent visits along the Information Superhighway.

anybody whose ever visited this site before or spent 22 seconds talking to me knows that i'm a pop culture freak. and if you like to get freaky on the Pop Culture tip even half as much as i do, you need to stop what you're doing and click on over to Gawker.com. by their own definition, Gawker is "a live review of city news, and by news we mean, among other things, urban dating rituals, no-ropes social climbing, Condé Nastiness, downwardly-mobile i-bankers, real estate porn -- the serious stuff." in layman's terms, it's a Manhattan-centric blog that caters to young, trendy aspiring members of the glitterati, somehow managing to balance tawdry Page Six type gossip and crisp analysis of literary comings and goings. in other words, it is everything that whatevs.org aspires to be. updated multiple times throughout the day, Gawker is equal parts Smart and Sexxxy and will quickly become one of your Refresh-worthy sites. on top of all this, they are starting to break in with exclusive, original content that fits their mold through and through. for example, a piece called ""The Search For A Perfect Coke Dealer" was posted yesterday. i can't quite put my finger on whether or not it is pure fiction or a pure interview, but my guess is that it's a little of both. regardless, it's fascinating and funny and an all-around great read. Gawker -- best new website in ages!

however, i know there has to be some FOWs out there who could care less that "Celeb #1 is bangin' Celeb #2" or whether or not Pornikova has a tattoo on her arse. i know that you're few and far between, but i know that you're out there. the best thing about Sarah Hepola is that i'm very confident that her work will appeal to FOWs of all shapes and sizes. i first stumbled upon this Austin-based freelance writer on a site called The Morning News.org when she wrote an article about Ilan Mitchell-Smith, better known as Wyatt from "Weird Science." i linked to this story a few months back, but discovered that Miss Hepola had a site (Sarah Hepola.com) that she updated every so often. and in the past couple of days, she has written a couple of fantastic short stories that exist somewhere in the plane between fiction and reality. her most recent piece currently resides at the top of her site, and it feels to me like a meditation on breaking up with a boyfriend. it reminds me a little bit of a piece of dialogue from "Kicking And Screaming", where Grover laments that Jane has quit smoking. here's an excerpt:

"When we used to smoke we’d stay up till 3am drinking red wine and confessing everything, tipping over glasses and ripping seams, and I would wake up at 6am, having forgotten everything but the cigarettes, tens of them, thousands of them, stuck in my clothes and my hair, my tongue feeling as if it had grown a beard, and ashes on the floor, and ashes in the bed. You snored liked a giant.
“I’m never smoking again,” I told you when you woke.
“This is foul,” I told you as we made the bed. “Foul, foul.”
“I don't even like cigarettes,” I told you as we cleaned.
But the sun went down and it turned cold outside and I just wanted to join you, in the chair by the window where you sat, smoking."
-Sarah Hepola, from Sarah Hepola.com

you should click through and read the rest, and while you're there, scroll down to the entry that begins "We met in a coffeeshop in Dallas and I couldn’t believe it" and read it. it will take you three minutes and i guarantee it will be worth your while. and if you're itchin' for more Sarah, link on through to a piece she recently wrote for The Morning News.org called "A Game of Skill, Strategy, Chance" ... this is a slightly longer piece about falling in love while playing board games. i don't know what it is about her writing, but her work hits me in the same place that Noah Baumbach's films and Douglas Coupland's books hit me ... i know these characters, i've had these conversations, how do they know me so well if they've never even met me? i don't know, maybe you'll feel the same way or maybe these pieces won't really jive with your sensibilities. however, if you're down, let me know.

posted by uncle grambo |

click click click

before i scoot out the door to pick up "Blue Crush" and "About A Boy" from Besties, here are a few noteworthy links for you to nibble on...

  • i should've linked to this a few weeks ago but i forgot. The Grizz and Tom Long collaborated on this comprehensive review of the Year 2002. included within is basically everything that you need to win the Pink Pie when the 25th Anniversary Edition of Trivial Pursuit comes out in 2006.

  • are you as infatuated with the Real World / Road Rules "Battle Of The Sexes" as I am? of course not, you actually have a life. but if you care to dip your toe in the Ocean of Bunim-Murray Obsession, a great place to start is with the blogs of the show's participants. there are a few net-savvy cast members whose recaps of "behind the scenes" occurences from each episode are positively priceless. they include Colin's World (obvs from Colin of the RW Hawaii Cast) and Everything Lori (Lori from RW NYC who, incidentally, is the hottest Real World or Road Rules cast member of all-time). enjoy!

  • going virtually unnoticed (because it happened during the holidays) was the death of ace photog Herb Ritts. media outlets from coast to coast attributed the death to "complications stemming from pneumonia", which we all know is code for AIDS. a column that appeared in New York's Newsday magazine suggests that the lack of "energetic reporting" is a throwback to the closeting of AIDS during the Reagan-era. this is a well-thought out and very interesting piece, especially for those of you who follow the media as closely as i do.

  • spinning off in a completely divergent direction from the last bullet point is this interview with Christopher Walken that appeared in yesterday's Los Angeles Times. anyone who has seen "Catch Me If You Can" knows that Walken's performance as Frank's father is the crutch that allows Leo's performance to shine. without the understated and genius-level work of Walken, i guarantee this movie would've fallen into the same sentimental BS territory as Spielberg's last six or seven flicks. check out the interview because Walken rules.

  • if you grew up in the `80s, chances are you have a tape or CD somewhere in your collection of Yaz's "Upstairs At Eric's." if this is indeed the case, you'll probably be interested to hear that Alison Moyet has released a new album. Salon.com profiles her and fills us in on what she's been up to for the last 10 or so years...

  • this one speaks for itself. "A Russian court has upheld a $10,000 fine imposed on an advertising agency for showing a clip from the U.S. film comedy "The Big Lebowski" that the government says contributed to a rampage by soccer thugs in Moscow." at least they didn't pee on his rug!

  • last but not least, is there an Untz Fan alive who doesn't love listening to Pete Tong's "Essential Mix"? available online through BBC Radio, this show is broadcast every Friday afternoon live. "so what?" you ask. well, i retort with "on January 31st through February 2nd they'll be broadcasting live from New York"! special guests include Funkmaster Flex and DJ Cipha Sounds, who threw down some absolutely SICK tracks in Spike Lee's latest film, "25th Hour." this will be worth firing up your good ole Real Player during work and listening in. obvs.

posted by uncle grambo |

aussie open hotnessdee-lishyesterday buzz

i apologize for the lack of Piping Hot Content yesterday, especially with some of the ricockulously tawdry stories that broke. first and foremost was the controversy from Down Unda regarding whether or not Anna Kournikova recently got a tattoo on her ass. yes, on a day where #1 seed and defending Australian Open champ Jen "I Date Chandler" Capriati lost in the first round, Pornikova was still the top story. as Exhibit B on the right-hand side of this column demonstrates, Anna played her first round match with a visible ass bandage. wild speculation swirled that she had "Sergei" or "Enrique" tattooed there, but Kournies swears that it is a heat patch that she wears to treat her chronic back pain. one way or the other, you gotta love the fact that Anna's Ass is the #1 story on the tennis circuit.

while most of the free world will agree that Anna K is a Certified Grade A Hottie, i'm betting that she's way too old for Pete Townshend. it was a mere two months ago when whatevs.org linked to his review of Kurt Cobain's "Journals", in which Cobain famously wrote "I hope I die before I become Pete Townshend." looks like Cobain was right, because Townshend was arrested yesterday at his London home on child porn charges. the reports that Townshend was being investigated for viewing kiddie porn on the internet began surfacing on Saturday, and Pete issued a statement that he had viewed some materials to prepare in a legal fight to stop the distribution of child-P in the future. whoops, that turned out NOT to be the case. in fact, London's Sun tabloid is reporting that Townshend has even paid via credit card to view online images and movies. all in all, this puts PT up there with Wacko Jacko, R. Kelly and Gary Glitter as the top ranking musical sicko freaks. thank god i've never been a fan of The Who, the past six months or so have been simply devastating for their fans. first there was Entwhistle's OD and now this. reports of Roger Daltrey trying to resurrect his acting career are not available at press time.

posted by uncle grambo |

"this date is about as romantic as an iodine enema."

"she looked like a million bucks ... not that I know what a million bucks looks like."

"she's got the red hair, the red pants ... she's on fire!"

"sarah's a little more uptight than the girls that i usually date, but she's hot so I'm gonna give it a shot."

"joe millionaire" ... television doesn't get a whole lot better. TV's best new reality show had another exciting installment last night. after cutting 20 bachelorettes down to 12 in the first week's episode, Fox upped the ante on Extreme Reality by cutting another seven snaggletooth bimbos last night. just about the entire world was happy to see Joe / Evan give Heidi, the Uber-Beeyatch, the Heisman last night. how does she get by claiming she's only 24 years old? shiiiiiiiit, she doesn't look a day under 30. but still, that doesn't forgive Joe Construction Worker for giving MotorMouth Mojo a free pass into the next round. Seriously worst, but I think that Mojo's got a bitchy streak that will be revealed as soon as next week.

but before we even THINK about next Monday, Fox has got some ridiculously best evs shows on the horizon. Wednesday night will bring us "Man Vs. Beast", in which some crazy Japanese Hot Dog Eating Champion gets to go one-on-one in an eating contest with a bear and a "world class sprinter" gets to race a giraffe! and if that doesn't tickle yo fancy, Friday night's episode of "Fastlane" is being promoted as an evening in which we get to see Tiffani Amber-Hottie engage in some hot tub lesbo lovin' with Jaime "It's Already Been Baah-ROUGHT!" Pressley. this week has some serious potential as going down as one of the best TV viewing weeks evs. Guaranteed hottness to follow...

posted by uncle grambo |
Monday, January 13, 2003  

twenty word reviews

i've taken the abuse long enough. the grizz and a handful of other FOWs have been slamming YT (yours truly) for months because all of my recent "twenty word reviews" have been just two words -- REVIEW TK. i'm going to try and get the 30-odd outstanding reviews completed this evening, but for your reading pleasure this afternoon, i have added reviews for three must-see films that i took in over the weekend. enjoy the buzz that is generated from these recaps of "About Schmidt", "25th Hour" and "Narc" ...

posted by uncle grambo |

more Top 10 2002 buzz

you may know him best as 1/2 of the "SNL Season 28 ... REVEALED!" team, but the FOW known simply as Nummer has excellent taste in music. in fact, if you flash back to January 21, 2002, he was the site's first guest contributor with his write-up of the Top 10 Shows of 2001. hott. anyhoozle, here is Nummer's look back at the Year in Music Circa 2002.


I didn't get too creative musically in 2002. I didn't rush out and buy as many new CDs as usual. Most of the new music I acquired this year came via CDR recommendations from friends. Because of this, most of the CDs I did buy were from "safety artists" that I can always count on to be good. The result? A list that isn't nearly as creative as year's past. Do I care? Not really.

10. The Vines "Highly Evolved" - Who cares if Cobain wrote half the songs. The album still rocks. Best summer album in years.
9. Tanya Donelly "Beauty Sleep" – I can't believe this didn't make a bigger splash.
8. Tom Waits "Alice" - Tom Waits has yet to do wrong. The material on this album was actually written back in the early 1990’s for a stage play loosely based on Alice in Wonderland. Excellent album.
7. Primal Scream "Evil Heat" - Track #4 is named Detroit. How can you not love it? While not as solid as 2000's XTRMNTR, it still gets cranked loud enough to piss off half of Warren Michigan.
6. Luna "Romantica" – “Salt and pepper squid, and Singapore noodles" anyone? Need I say more?
5. Phish "Round Room" - After nearly a two-year break, Phish gets back together to rehearse for a US Tour. After like two days, they decided to release the practice session as an album. The result is 76 some minutes of raw best.
4. Badly Drawn Boy "About A Boy" (sndtrk) - Did this album leave the CD player once during May? Nope.
3. Flaming Lips "Yoshimi Battles the Pink Robots" - Anyone who can listen to the first 4 tracks and not declare this an amazing album doesn't know music from a foghorn.
2. Badly Drawn Boy "Have you fed the Fish?" - Is there a “best of” list this year without this album? Thought not.
1. Tom Waits "Blood Money" - "All the good in the world, you can put inside a thimble, and still have room for you and me" - from the opening track "Misery is the River of the World”. Other joyous tracks include "Everything Goes to Hell", "God's Away on Business" and "Woe". This is the darkest album to come along in years. Just what I like.

The next five:
11. Trey Anastasio "Trey Anastasio"
12. Belle & Sebastian "Storytelling" (sndtrk)
13. Ekoostik Hookah "Ohio Grown"
14. Weezer "Maladroit"
15. ...Trail of the Dead "Source Tags and Codes"

On to shows....

Believe it or not, I saw 59 shows in 2002. Trimming the list down to the just 10 was pretty tough. Here goes:

10. Guns N' Roses/CKY/Mix Master Mike @ Palace of Auburn Hills - Auburn Hills, MI (11/21/02): Quite possibly the most ridiculous thing I've ever seen. At one point, Buckethead put down his guitar and just went to town with numchucks for a while. And Axl. Where to start?
9. Tanya Donelly/Chris Lee @ Magic Bag - Detroit, MI (4/4/02): Had to go solo! Didn't think it would be a tough sell. Apparently it was. I'd say there were less than 50 people there. Don't know why. The show was amazing.
8. The Flaming Lips (Unlimited Sunshine Tour) @ Phoenix Plaza - Pontiac, MI (8/20/02): They fucking covered Kylie! Combine that with costumed chaos, fake blood and Teletubby videos for a great summer night.
7. Badly Drawn Boy/Adam Green @ St. Andrews Hall - Detroit, MI (10/25/02): Not as good as his previous two Detroit area stops and it really sucked when he had to get off at 10:00 for Club Night, but the show still rocked.
6. Clinic/The Kingsbury Manx @ Shelter - Detroit, MI (3/30/02): Surgery masks. Clinic was the biggest buzzed band at the moment with great reason. Too bad the follow up show in October wailed in comparison.
5. Trey Anastasio @ Fox Theater – Detroit, MI (6/7/02): I’m such a sucker for this shit.
4. Wolf Eyes/The Animal Collective/Mammal @ CPOP - Detroit, MI (4/3/02): Wolf Eyes. Can they do wrong?
3. Belle & Sebastian/Slumber Party @ State Theater - Detroit, MI (5/10/02): Finally got to see them! I even made a first date out of it.
2. The Strokes/The White Stripes @ Chene Park - Detroit, MI (8/9/02): Totally blew away the shitty, shitty show the night before at Clutchies. Julian on crutches in front of the river? C'mon.
1. Andrew WK/Dirty Americans @ Shelter - Detroit, MI (3/18/02): Words can't describe. This may even be in my top 5 of all time. How can this man perform like this every night? Unforgettable.

The next five:
11. The Vines/OKGO @ Shelter - Detroit, MI (7/14/02)
12. Tenacious D/Home Town Hero @ Deltaplex - Grand Rapids, MI (4/9/02)
13. Luna/Sonic Boom @ Majestic - Detroit, MI (5/30/02)
14. Social Distortion @ Clutch Cargos - Pontiac, MI (6/17/02)
15. American Analog Set/Her Space Holiday @ Shelter - Detroit, MI (7/31/02) - They fucking sampled Wet Hot American Summer dialogue for Christ's sake!
Biggest show disappointment? Driving 4+ hours to Toronto in February for Gorillaz. Possibly the worst show ever.

That's it. Like I said, I missed tons of music this year. The Streets, Soundtrack of Our Lives, Beth Gibbons and the list goes on and on. I'm sure there was some other great stuff out there I'll pick up on in the coming months.

Thanks for reading,

posted by uncle grambo |

snl season 28 ... REVEALED!

while i can't wait to hear what Nummer and H-Bomb have to say about this weekend's Jeff Gordon / Avril Lavigne episode, their coney-laden reviews of the last two episodes are now posted for you and yours to enjoy. dig!

Episode 8 - Al Gore / Phish (12/14/02)
Special Episode: Christmas 2002 (12/17/02)

and Nummer revealed in a pre-Interpol conversation on Saturday night that THE DONNAS (!!!) are set to appear alongside Ray Liotta in Episode 10 this weekend! so hott!

posted by uncle grambo |
"I started out with a lot of Audioslave or anything Chris Cornell -- it helped with the aggression. And Chris Webber from the [Sacramento] Kings. There's a real sweetness behind his eyes, but he's pissed off."
Brad Pitt on the sources of inspiration for his character in "Troy"
be like mark

loretta lynn - van lear rose


king of new york (special edition)


john kennedy toole - a confederacy of dunces

adventures w/disposable income
date: 5.8.04
source: CVS
amount: $19.48
(1) liter of Captain's
(2) liters of DC w/lime
(1) mother's day card

snl season 29
by Nummer & H-Bomb
where's grambo?
may 10: the strokes @ state theatre
may 15: cardigans @ magic stick
may 17: softball league @ 8:30pm
may 17: last tourist @ small's (10pm)
may 24: softball league @ 6:10pm
may 27: sea ray / stills @ st. andrews
june 6: dido @ fox theater
june 7: softball league @ 7:20pm
june 14: softball @ 6:10pm
june 19: jessica's graduation party
june 21: softball @ 8:30pm
june 28: softball @ 6:10pm
july 3 - july 11: vacation @ TBD
july 12: softball @ 7:20pm
july 19: softball @ 7:20pm
july 26: softball @ 9:40pm
august 2: softball @ 7:20pm
august 14: nuptial buzz w/c friggs + lescal!!!
october 23: nuptial buzz w/the grizz + mandypants!!!
twenty word reviews
van helsing
walking tall
scooby doo 2: monsters unleashed
dawn of the dead
eternal sunshine of the spotless mind
starsky & hutch
girl next door
re-imagines "Risky Business" with Vivid Girls instead of prostitutes; marks Elisha Cuthbert's arrival as an alluring, big screen sex symbol.
Despite the best efforts of TrachtenBest, suffers greatly from a lack of forward momentum (scriptwise) and some remarkably bland casting
along came polly
aside from Philip Seymour Best Ever's performance ("RAIN DANCE!"), I vastly preferred this when it was called "Dharma And Greg."
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