Fuck. This. Guy.

December 18, 2009

Here is the myspace homepage of a sad comedian.  This is some tired shit right here.

Just see how far you can get through THIS.

Not to mention, he’s way political, and most of the dates on his calendar are in Bossier City, LA– The. Most. Depressing. Town. I. Have. Ever. Seen.  To be honest, he could probably make me laugh if I were in Bossier City.

Everything about this guy is a total bummer. He’s wild.

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Latin Derivatives.

November 25, 2009

Here is a scene from a movie which very accurately depicts how difficult it is to compose a sentence in Latin.

And here is an animated short that is based upon the wonderfully crazy old woman who made me understand it all so clearly.

Both of these are funny to me. I ALSO recommend watching Part 2 of “One Way Ticket To Latin Class… And Back” as well.

Enjoy, and don’t forget that once you’ve learned how to conjugate verbs in six tenses you’re only about half way there… what with all the subjunctives, and imperatives, and participles, and what nots.


Not Sure How I Feel About…

October 29, 2009

THIS

Your thoughts please.


More Band Ideas For Sale.

October 21, 2009

It really seems to me like bands and song titles with drug related puns are kept within the realm of potheads.  It’s time for this to change, and it’s time for the funniest group of drug users to realize their comedic value and cash in. Meth users. Sometimes you gotta spend money to make money, so for less than the price of one week’s supply of meth ($150?) you can own the rights to any of these band names, or song titles/spoofs.

Methtallica. Seriously, I was surprised when I registered this that it wasn’t already taken. Just buy the name, get a couple of guys together, and play what kind of sounds like “Battery” on guitar. And you’re set for life with meth. ($100)

Megameth. Again, where were you guys on this one? So obvious.  For extra meth street cred you can have a stage name like “Dave Methstane.” It also helps if you sing exactly like Dave Mustane. ($90)

Aerosmeth. Steven Tyler will actually join band. ($45)

Meth Leppard. You can release a methy version of “Pyromania” entitled “Exploded Meth Lab.” ($80)

Methenwolf. I don’t have a lot of suggestions for this one, just buy it. ($20)

Method Man. Delivery and context will play a huge roll in the success of this one. ($50)

Gotsmack. If you use meth, you love Godsmack, and you still think “Got Milk?” spoofs are funny, so you obviously love this. ($50)

Alicia Kilos. You’ve stayed up for five days playing the same three notes on your Casio keyboard. Follow your heart on this one, it’s time to take vocal career seriously. ($45)

Vanilla Ice. See Method Man. ($45)

Glass. You’ll have to do a methy interpretation of this logo for this one to be effective.  Street punks love hard drugs.

The Smeths. “Girlfriend in a K Hole.” ($150)

Testameth or Methtament. Your choice. ($50)

Napalm Meth. “From Enslavement to Obliteration” the album title is so fitting, and the songs are all the perfect length.

Some song spoofs include:
“Feel Like Makin’ Meth” to the tune of Bad Company’s “Feel Like Makin’ Love.”

“Addicted to Meth” to the tune of Robert Palmer’s “Addicted to Love.”

“Don’t Stop Tweekin'” to the tune of Journey’s “Don’t Stop Believin'”

“Cold as Ice”  by Foreigner

I’m working on some more of these, so if you don’t see one you like, just email me and I’ll come up with one for you.


Double You. Tee. Eff.

October 12, 2009
Free Dura Ace Tarmac.

Free Dura Ace Tarmac.

Tennis Ball Bar Ends

Tennis Ball Bar Ends

Built For Speed

Built For Speed

Solid Gold

Solid Gold

Spoon/Pedal/Tire Detail

Spoon/Pedal/Tire Detail

Seat/Shinguard Detail

Seat/Shinguard Detail

Wow. Everything.

Wow. Everything.

Meditate on these. Inspect them carefully. It just keeps going.