Second time this week I’ve heard J. Lo’s “Waiting for Tonight” New York really is the big city of dreams.
Bartender at Marshall Stack played this song tonight and I realized that, in the same way that those who don’t appreciate Joel Schumacher’s Batman don’t truly understand Batman, if you don’t like Pop you don’t really like U2.
Yesterday evening during the roughly 500-foot walk from the M to our apartment I was nearly run over twice by bicycle riders blowing through red lights on Essex and waved through by the driver of a hired Lincoln on Ludlow who technically had the right of way.
In conclusion: ban all bicycles.
"Little Man With a Gun in His Hand," Minutemen with Charlie Haden, 1984
Roberto Orci (Transformers, Star Trek) joins the film as an executive producer.
::.gif of Rangers slowly, one by one, placing their Power Coins upon a velveteen pillow in Goldar’s black box and de-morphing before he slams it shut to growl, “You fools! You think I’d really give you back your parents!?” and cackle::
"Did Melissa get some memo no one else did that it’s 1998?"
"Funny. I don’t remember that major at Columbia."
"Oh fuck this, give me a TV show of Milania and Rosie."
"And Joe can satellite in from jail and/or Italy from time to time, depending."
"Seriously, this guy is straight out of central casting. He is not a real person."
"That’s what I mean! Where did he find these people!?"
"Like, she knows how to pronounce ‘etiquette.’ She’s just saying it like that because she’s trying to be Teresa.”
"I just can’t wait for Dina to eat these three alive."
"Who is Nonna’s boyfriend? Way to go Nonna!”
"Jesus, Andy. The Frank Giudice tribute tearjerker was a little much."
"That son of a bitch. And you know what the worst thing is? He gave us so much Milania. We can’t even complain.”
The most important person in any rock band is the drummer. The second most important is the hair stylist.
Man if not for all these important counter-intuitive takes on the passing of Jerry Ramone I never would have thought that in a band with four members one of the four members could produce roughly one quarter of the overall sound.
Per our King, do you think that means in a band with three members, such as Rush, one of those three members might contribute a third of the sound? I suppose that’s mitigated by the fact that the bass player may or may not also be playing keyboards and singing at the same time.
Thanks guys this is really making me think!