Wednesday, February 23, 2005

I Have a Dream.

And that dream is to get Moderatto to do a show in Los Angeles.
Why? Well, check out the photos I've posted.
And if that's not enough to convince you to join my cause, go to their website.

My new favorite Spanish band. Posted by Hello

It takes off like a rocket!!! Posted by Hello

Best Spanish Music Video I've Ever Seen!

Granted, it's the only Spanish music video I've ever seen but it's still freakin' awesome. My favorite guy is the fatty-fat in the tophat. That dude rocks.
Watch it already!


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Tuesday, February 22, 2005

New Scandal = New Completely Unrelated T-shirt.

It just got put up on

Yep. Posted by Hello

Wednesday, February 09, 2005

Mustache Brigade Update

I was watching Scrubs last night, and they made not one but two sweet references to mustaches last night. For that, I am giving the writers of the show honorary memberships into The Swass Report Mustache Brigade. Both where in reference to a character named Lonnie and his swass stache. The first time J.D. calls it a Glorious Mustache in his inner dialogue. I applaud this as Glorious is a wonderful adjective for a mustache that I never even considered using, but after hearing it used in that way feel quite stupid for not thinking of it myself. The second reference is when J.D. wants to kiss his date, and realizes that she would totally do it if he had a stache as sweet as Lonnie's. Kudos goes to the writers once again as they realize that women cannot resist the power of a sweet stache. A membership also goes to the guy that played Lonnie. It was a sweet stache indeed, and inspired many men across this great nation to grow a fine mustache. He also probably instilled jealousy in those that cannot grow a mustache, which is a serious condition that plagues many poor souls. They should really talk to a surgeon to see what their options are.
Also, if you have not yet read today's Marmaduke, you are doing yourself a great disservice.

Good work, bro. Way to rock it Selleck style. Posted by Hello

Monday, February 07, 2005

I Raise a Toast to All of Those, Who are Breakin Their Backs Everyday.

And Bret Michaels, you sir, are one of them. I did not realize that you were working so hard. You see folks, it turns out that since Bret left the spandex pants in the closet he's been a regular jack of all trades. He's been producing, directing, acting, and writing to name a few things. He'll also be sitting in as a Judge on Nashville Star.
He's also brought father and son Martin and Charlie Sheen together on the big screen (by which I mean the straight-to video screen) not once, but twice. Now that's an accomplishment. You're probably wondering why I'm telling you this, which is fair. The reason, my dear readers, is to show you that if a diabetic 80's hair metal rockstar can move on and do something successful with his life, then why can't you? So get off your couch, and stop watching "The Surreal Life". Those former big celebrities that find a new career as pathetic former celebrities are keeping you down. They will not inspire you to make yourself better. So come on, and Stand. Stand! Stand for what you believe.
After all, if wanting the good life is such a crime. Lord, then put me away.

More people need to wear fingerless gloves, just for the hell of it. Posted by Hello

Chomp, Chompin' at the bit.
If you've been over to itunes and checked out Beck's new Gameboy inspired EP and thought it was pretty rad, you should check out the band behind the magic: 8-bit. They are robot rappers, and they put on a killer stage show. They are also responsible for producing the sounds you hear on Beck's new EP.