Re: Hot Air

by kettle black (05.27.05 02:15 am)

Funky Winkerbean accompanied which buddy to the National Air Guitar tournament?

I don't remember.

I do remember watching this lady back up slowly from the bar (another bar) and air guitaur to Megadeth which was blasting from the jukebox.

Megadeth man. Brings you back to when 1984 was still going to happen.

Megadeth's debut was a well-received album that blended elements of thrash/speed metal and jazz.

Flash forward to the nineties and the “Grunge” sound. Get it? Got it? Good.

Re: Hot Air

by jackieou (05.28.05 04:01 pm)

Megadeth? Got dope; you ca do a pretty obviouse analysis or war, dope delivery, and scene births - there was a like a whole bunch of dope in seatle a few years ago; when juli canme in, dudenly coke in les. I don't do coke.

ok - today; fords and gm gone: chrusler - retro 300s and those wedgy doges that unfortunatly vaniched for a while; one of those cute fords, the pointy one, as signe painted for a driving school; drove one once; friend had a dent pulled out and I picked it up at the body shop - tipical mechanic styll...hav\n'y driven in a problem. Unfortunatlky: trash. Tin can. Junk. Pretty though. Too bad about those K cars - in the rain I passed everything - could even drift it.'t want to crash. If 122s really cost $800 I'd go for one.

Ok - check it out - didn't know they had a gepverment:

By Tsegaye Tadesse
1 hour, 11 minutes ago

ADDIS ABABA (Reuters) - Ethiopia's ruling party and its allies won enough votes in the country's May 15 election to form the next government, provisional election results showed on Saturday.

But the opposition said it would not accept the figures released by the Ethiopian Electoral Board, based on returns from more than two-thirds of constituencies, until its charges of vote-rigging are investigated.

The latest results appeared to show that the ruling Ethiopian People's Revolutionary Democratic Front (EPRDF) of Prime Minister Meles Zenawi had staved off its strongest challenge since Meles fought his way to power in 1991.

Re: Hot Air

by Jareth (05.28.05 04:42 pm)

what qualifies anything as “Performance Art?”, where is the line between politics, parody and propiganda?

is this she went to Art skool?

Spinal Tap ranks up there as top indy film with alot of people i know


Re: Hot Air Supply; Canned Heat

by kettle black (05.28.05 07:35 pm)

But I’m never gonna make it without you,
Do you really want to see me crawl?
And I’m never gonna make it like you do,
Making love out of nothing at all.

If you don't like my potatoes, please don't dig up my vine

Re: performance art, may 28, 2005

by rockhudson (05.28.05 07:57 pm)

what is shutting your fingers in a car door?

Re: Do you call it a limo, or “the car”?

by kettle black (05.28.05 08:45 pm)

I got my feelers out
Pleasure I can give you pain
I'm the demon of misfortune
Let me tell you that bad luck is my game

Fires burning make you cold
You can touch but you can't hold
It's an even split
Between zip and the number on your ticket
Nothing to brag about dragging in the dirt
I'm a nasty piece of work

Down get down on your knees
Running gonna bring you down
I'm the demon of disorder
You know I'm gonna drive you into the ground

As you're stepping through the door
My shadow crawls across your floor
Your dream of love
It's not enough it's gonna come to nothing
You ain't seen nothing it's gonna get worse
I'm a nasty nasty

It's an even split
Between zip and the number on your ticket
Your dream of love
It's not enough it's gonna come to nothing
Nothing to brag about dragging in the dirt
You ain't seen nothing it's gonna get worse
I'm a nasty piece of work

Re: Mercury in retrograde/ no one loves me or has my back

by rockhudson (05.28.05 10:28 pm)

the post office is closed this eve and the automated stamp machinesss are out of order

Re: Lost souls

by rockhudson (05.28.05 10:37 pm)

Re: Hot Air

by kettle black (05.28.05 11:35 pm)

She’s got everything
Like a moving mouth body control
And everything

Re: Hot Air

by kettle black (05.28.05 11:40 pm)

Got your back. Hydras and medusas and shit. No problem.

Re: Hot Air

by honey whitlock (05.29.05 12:27 am)

Re: Hot Air

by rockhudson (05.29.05 10:22 am)

ko, one more time, send postcards, deliver work for installation, keep fingers clear of car doors, actually i was impressed by toyota's design team, b/c there's a gap in between the door + frame so that even when shut on one's fingers, one is pained but not maimed

Re: Hot Air

by Jareth (05.29.05 11:11 am)

now that was a day.
i love how everywhere in the city is y-fi. getting staples out is easily the single most painful process.... like getting your tit piereced... 16 times, whew... staying with a performance artist so there is a twist... i choose to belive warhol and jmb died of what they say in the storys.. grusome.. but man if it was reallly as bleak as they say... and the other thing. man. things make alot more sense. storys are more fun. bleak.
anywho guess it goes the loft is huge and raw it is a 1 def like i will do anything on earth to move there 1 i will not move there 1 indifferent, so i will make the choice, later on this week. but is sounding good - how could a gymnasium sized loft, a moderate walk from bedford loose ? we shall see.

Re: Hot Air

by jackieou (05.29.05 11:29 am)

oh...those girls...dang...I blow out corperate law firms and then bitchy-poo insists I'm a sissy; thus the SI plight - now SI movies...just the one's they did inside out; negotiater: take anything you want to em. piercing? Like all those little perfect replica 1920's tatoo parlor they sprinkkled through new england; oh yea...long lines. Seeing as they refuse to rent them to anyone know; plans for entirely bankrupting the entire city going pretty good. Relent? One nice simple legal open to all bar, reasonable prices, cute bar maids, no mirrors - you've got it: keep the porcsche: untill then: fuck you. Packing.
These were lieing in a pile of N/Bugatti xeroxs,,,I dunno...last year; so exhausted - thank god I don't have to make art today. I don't even remember the correct order...jus sort of stacked em and digfed irrisponsible: How are those 924 tourque tubes going - my favporite crusifix metaphore (forgotten graffity:I met a 4 and his name was Bob!)

Re: Hot Air

by Jareth (05.29.05 11:36 am)

buy “porcsche” to mean herion,... or crack... what a down fall.

Re: Hot Air

by Jareth (05.29.05 11:39 am)

sorry guess it was “jaguar” ? “jaguar” “jaguar” “jaguar” “jaguar” “jaguar” “jaguar” “jaguar” “jaguar”

Re: Road trip

by rockhudson (05.29.05 03:49 pm)

it's official-
bubble gum
gourmet coffee

Re: Highway to Spiritual Insouciance.

by kettle black (05.30.05 01:12 am)

Mary Henry is enjoying the day by riding around in a car with two friends. When challenged to a drag, the women accept, but are forced off of a bridge. It appears that all are drowned, until Mary, quite some time later, amazingly emerges from the river. After recovering, Mary accepts a job in a new town as a church organist, only to be dogged by a mysterious phantom figure that seems to reside in an old run-down pavilion. It is here that Mary must confront the personal demons of her spiritual insouciance.

Re: Hot Air

by kettle black (05.30.05 02:46 am)

There is a weakness in my my rectus abdominus armor.

Clean and Jerk

by Coxswain (05.30.05 02:52 am)



by kettle black (05.30.05 04:05 am)

but im learning.

Re: aping the whirlwind

by kettle black (05.30.05 04:27 am)

“Seeding Success, Reaping Rewards,”


by Jareth (05.30.05 07:18 am)

is there anything hotter then sex in the back seat of a cab?

Re: Maybe this.

by kettle black (05.30.05 03:20 pm)

Flexibility is the name of the game. For instance, if a duo or trio is needed to create atmosphere during the meal, the band can provide this additional service too. Alternatively, you might like to add a full disco, complete with motivational dancers. This option is also available.

All aspects of your particular event will be thoroughly thought through and planned beforehand. You can be sure that your party will be in safe hands with Pink Champagne.

Re: Hot Air

by honey whitlock (05.30.05 03:46 pm)

sex in a coffin?

Do something american. I'm american.

Re: Hot Air

by kettle black (05.30.05 03:50 pm)

Fat over lean, right du?

Re: fat over lean

by rockhudson (05.30.05 04:37 pm)

jogging again tomorrow morning
trying to lose the fat around my middle
which is it, linseed oil over wax or vice versa?

Re: Hot Air

by kettle black (05.30.05 05:00 pm)

I guess wax for a varnish, though i usedmatt varnish from a jar. I'm lazy. Don't paint much. Plus it costs too much not to worry about selling and storeage. Not my bag man.

I was into scumbling, wet into wet, the whole nine. Still, I miss the reading of the tea leaves. Its like looking for shapes in the clouds. Youre kind of - are - primed by the idea - or a feeling. Whatever. And then yyou can get into it. I lost that loving feeling for a while.

Top Gun makes it hard to concentrate. Probably should just move.

But the feed in the styx aint so good. Got to store some nuts. And everythging has to move. Movement is key. Controll too. Modulated movements. Then a sort of renewal, at the center of the storm, I suppose. The water flows downward, followin the order of Tao, which also flows to fill empty spaces. Thats the real secret. So I guess self immolation, T2 Style. Thumbs up.

Re: Ashes

by kettle black (05.30.05 05:04 pm)

and snow jobs

by rockhudson (05.30.05 05:11 pm)

Re: Hot Air

by kettle black (05.30.05 05:25 pm)

Looks like where the photographer used to have to run around with a flashlight on a timed exposure. Now its all photoshop. Got that look.

Re: Hot Air

by kettle black (05.30.05 05:58 pm)

Re: Hot Air

by uri geller (05.31.05 05:37 am)

I only like dreaming
All the day long
Where no one is screaming

Be good be good

Re: Hot Air

by Jareth (05.31.05 07:04 am)

i think you should be less stressed out, jog because you like it but personally i little chubby is cute.

Re: Hot Air

by rockhudson (05.31.05 09:29 am)

yeah, got stood up by my jogging partner this am but i ran anyways, as i was heading into the park another female pulled up in a vw bug, let her dog out of the car, grabbed her cup o' java and strolled into the park, i though that is my kind of workout but anyhoo, buddha belly and all the flowers are gorgeous, and it felt good to break a sweat


by son of flipper (05.31.05 06:23 pm)

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where's the wife?

Re: Hot Air

by jackieou (06.01.05 12:23 am)

yea...I have my fake waten for bunny-dough on mite somewere (not in the mood for loop refs):“say high to misses”

ok - big math question; classicaly number for is a pisser - head ach for life; how do you spell ganoif.. Really..the rofeesure just duid it and given the atire of such a cult pushing forward is, well...adevturouse; reprecations are long since, um...I don't watch. so. 7; like...he's not dead...I think he's dead. I'm sure it isn't possible but...he's ready to go; like that replica sterling silver grill on that dranw and 8thd alfa...yuck...I swaer...stop or higher emo - I hate it:


I am not considering quitting, says Schumacher
Tue 31 May, 1:19 PM
BERLIN (Reuters) - Seven-times world champion Michael Schumacher is having a great time racing despite not winning a grand prix this season.
Brushing off questions about whether it was time to quit now that a pack of younger Formula One drivers have beaten him in all seven races this year, Schumacher told Tuesday's Bild newspaper that he was not thinking about retiring.

“Let me say this more clearly so you can write it down: I'm not thinking about quitting,” said the 36-year-old, who is having his worst start to a championship.
“I've always said that I'd retire if I couldn't keep up with the younger drivers,” Schumacher said when asked about past interviews in which he indicated he would quit if drivers came along who were better than him.

Re: Hot Air?

by rockhudson (06.01.05 12:36 am)

Large live/work artists' studio available in trendy Chelsea. 28th off 6th Ave. Fully furnished and equipped for serious artist. Kitchen and bathroom, nice outdoor space. Washer / dryer. Secure industrial elevator direct to floor. Very close to N/R and #1 trains. Perfect for painter or sculptor. Reasonable rent....low utilities. Month to month with a three (3) month minimum stay. Let your creativity soar. This is a must see. Will not last long. Please email your interest. Thank you.

Re: ask yourself...

by uri geller (06.01.05 01:04 am)

What would Freddie Lounds do?

ask yourself...

by oops ment (06.01.05 01:21 am)

what would Lance do?

by uri geller (06.01.05 03:10 am)

Re: Hot Air

by rockhudson (06.01.05 08:00 am)

$3,400 for $1,700 sf?

Re: Hot Air Balloons

by oops ment (06.01.05 11:31 am)

@ sly stallone's wedding

Re: Pahoo-Ka-Ta-Wah?

by uri geller (06.01.05 02:35 pm)

They sing of Yancy Derringer
On every danger trail,
On riverboat, in manor house

And now and then in jail.
They say that Yancy Derringer
Had ruffles at his wrists,
Brocade and silver buckles
And iron in his fists.

Yancy, Yancy Derringer,
Yancy, Yancy Derringer
In every tale of derring do
They tell of Yancy D.

Re: Hot Air

by honey whitlock (06.01.05 03:34 pm)

Remember that I loved the Louds when first saw—PBS! Their family always reminded me of my family—cept my parents werent that cool, and us kids werent that cool either, and we werent that rich. Oh yeah, my parents didnt get divorced. Otherwise, much the same.

Absolutely loved Pat

Re: Hot Air

by uri geller (06.01.05 05:17 pm)

ESCAPE TO THE LEGION is Channel 4’s new prime time history-reality series, giving 11 ordinary men a taste of life in the French Foreign Legion at a desert fort run by ex-Legionnaires in the vast expanse of the Sahara. The training will last for one month and will of course be tough - but achievable. It will reflect many of the real training practices of the Legion from fitness to military skills to discipline. Our aim is to make it a demanding experience but one that will be highly rewarding for those taking part. The aim will be to simply finish the course. There are no prizes, just a sense of pride if you and your brothers in arms successfully complete the challenge.

Re: Hot Air

by kettle black (06.02.05 12:55 am)

That style is a lot like a few painters I guess - shallow or flat space, a mix of abstracted but representational planes, like many a painter since Byzantium and before that, even. The nod towards realism, the affected paint itself, wet into wet, the over under, cracking as a thinl layer covers a thicker, wetter layer.

And then the subject - an abandoned beverage container. Like guns and cars, beer cans are a real pleasure to paint - not just for the visceral appeal - nostalgia for about two seconds ago......and just now. The hops cutting the sweetness.

Thats painting.

But the whole desolate place angle - screw that. Been there done that. More poetry. Far too conceptual. Or not funny enough. I gotta bust a gut.

But the guys not a painter - look at the journals. Drawer. Collageist.

Its a sickness, all that gesso paste and layering. Why? You don't need it -ITS ADOLESCENT. Grow up. Thats academia right now out in the midwest. Or maybe in the nineties as I remember them.

Re: Bullit

by kettle black (06.02.05 01:11 am)

“you're living in a sewer Frank, day after day...”

“friechen”... to strike.

by oops ment (06.02.05 01:14 am)

- dissatisfaction: “I don't like what the fuck is going on here”

Re: Kentucky Fried Movie

by kettle black (06.02.05 01:21 am)

Saturday Night Live on acid, 15 March 1999

Author: Doug Galecawitz ( from Lisle, IL

There's something to be said for any movie that actually has a character named “Enormous Genitals”. This is the first movie by the Zucker Brothers, the same geniuses that brought us Airplane, Top Secret and the Naked Gun movies. Haven't seen this yet? Pull up a nice comfy chair and get ready for 90 of the most hilarious minutes of film you can find. Cleopatra Schwartz is a riot, A Fistful Of Yen is the best spoof of Enter The Dragon or any Kung Fu film ever. The mock commercials are funny too. Anybody with Attention Deficit Disorder like me, this is the movie for you. It never stops moving, not for a minute. Henry Gibson's bit roll in this will have you laughing for days. But it's Samuel L. Bronkowitz's presentation of Catholic High School Girls In Trouble that will sit in you the longest. Best line: "Show me your/you're nuts! They certainly have.

Fuck it. I'm sellin' hotdogs.

by oops ment (06.02.05 01:27 am)

look @ my weenie wagon/waggin'

QuicherBitchin' and rape the book already!

by oops ment (06.02.05 01:42 am)

I'm bored and...
iwentto amoviewiththekidanditsuckedsuckedsuckedandthepreviewsalllookedlikethesamefuckingmovie

shitty lazy fuckers

eye candy sucks

Re: Cinephile Ignatius

by kettle black (06.02.05 01:48 am)

“Suppose I were to rival this saint in fasting, that one in endurance, that other in pilgrimages.” He would then wander off into thoughts of chivalry, and service to fair ladies, especially to one of high rank, whose name is unknown. Then all of a sudden, he became conscious that the after-effect of these dreams was to make him dry and dissatisfied, while the ideas of falling into rank among the saints braced and strengthened him, and left him full of joy and peace. Next it dawned on him that the former ideas were of the world, the latter God-sent; finally, worldly thoughts began to lose their hold, while heavenly ones grew clearer and dearer.

Re: Hot Air

by kettle black (06.02.05 01:51 am)

Bullit has a pretty awesome car chase. I never get tired of that shit. Vrooom brmmm brmmm vrooom brm brm.

I wanna read scripts for a living.

Acatraz is out there!

by oops ment (06.02.05 02:03 am)


Re: Hot Air

by honey whitlock (06.02.05 02:28 am)

been doin it all me life.

Re: Defender

by uri geller (06.02.05 03:10 am)

“The proper study of mankind is man”

I`ve tried to explain to my son that this game was actually fairly
signifigant for him. You see, many years ago I used to go to this cafe on
a regular basis because they had a Defender machine. The thing is, I ended
up marrying one of the waitresses. I blame Williams! :)

Re: Humble Ear

by uri geller (06.02.05 03:21 am)

Before the movie was completed, there was an incident between the two men. A studio publicity man “planted” a newspaper item which implied that McQueen and Brynner were feuding. After he read the story, Brynner confronted McQueen. He told him to call the newspapers and tell them there there was no feud because, as Brynner said, “I'm a star, and I don't feud with with supporting actors.”

McQueen became angry and replied in very strong language that he wasn't going to take orders from Brynner. Talking back to a “star” involved a risk for McQueen since Brynner had much more influence with the studios. Later, McQueen said this about the whole affair: “I've got a busted nose, teeth missing, stitches in my lips, and I'm deaf in ... (one) ear. What could I lose from a little fight?”

Steve never forgot his debt to the Boys Republic. He visited them frequently, speaking words of encouragement. He would even sit on the floor to be on their level.

Re: keep 'em guessing

by rockhudson (06.02.05 07:22 am)

that's what i like about u

Yeah well what about the time

by WHORE (06.02.05 08:43 am)

Elizabeth Taylor shoved McQueenies face in her pubes and demanded 'eat carpet, Mustang man'. And he choked big time.

Of course everything is sexual, u ninnies; xcept 4 Jethro, doesn't want to messy his Dockers.

Re: I need a band-aid for my vagina

by rockhudson (06.03.05 12:52 am)

but I need to get laid to celebrate

Entrance in Rear

by Coxswain (06.03.05 02:26 am)

free parking/ toe zone

Re: Dead Ringtone

by uri geller (06.03.05 03:37 am)

Call me Owl

Re: Hot Air

by uri geller (06.03.05 08:15 am)

Turner Nominees Announced

06.02.05 The Turner Prize provided a shock of a different kind when an artist known for painting the most conventional of subject matters—vases of flowers—was shortlisted for the usually controversial award, Sherna Noah writes in The Independent. Gillian Carnegie is the first artist who exclusively uses paint as a medium to be nominated for the prize for five years. The other three nominees announced today are Darren Almond, who displayed bus stops he saw outside the Auschwitz Museum in Poland in a gallery in Berlin; Glasgow-born Jim Lambie, who is known for his psychedelic floor pieces, and Simon Starling, who rode a moped across the desert in Andalucia which generated power using only compressed bottled hydrogen and oxygen from the desert air.

who gives a shit, urinator.

by slumlord (06.03.05 08:48 am)

y don u hook a tube up to your butt and help the energy crisis.

Re: Hot Air

by uri geller (06.03.05 01:02 pm)

im afraid my flatuence is pure oxygen. In with the good air, out with the better, and all that.

Re: Hot Air

by rockhudson (06.03.05 07:28 pm)

i am like andrea zittel in the kitchen- veggie loaf over + over- i feel like i am on some sortof quest to invent the perfect food- one that could be eaten everyday for b,l,d and one that could be made in an endless variety of ingredients

Re: Hot Air

by non sequitur (06.04.05 01:42 pm)

Stab Stab Stab

Re: Hot Air

by jackieou (06.05.05 07:47 am)

I don't watch em; the text - goen...heavy merican; wouldn't some shots of the paint jobs...

Tracy's first victory of the year
Sun 05 Jun, 8:48 AM
With a trio of Wisconsin oval-track wins and 531 laps led to his credit, Paul Tracy (#3 Indeck Ford-Cosworth/Lola/Bridgestone) entered this weekend as the unquestioned king of Milwaukee as the Bridgestone Presents The Champ Car World Series Powered by Ford rolled into Beer Town for this weekend’s Time Warner Cable Road Runner 225 Presented by U.S. Bank.

The king held court again on a breezy Saturday, ruling with an iron fist as he led 192 of the day’s 221 laps en route to scoring victory at the Milwaukee Mile. The 2003 Champ Car World Series champion took the lead with a brazen outside move that carried him around polesitter Jimmy Vasser (#12 Gulfstream Ford- Cosworth/Lola/Bridgestone), and then fought off the advances of young A.J. Allmendinger (#10 RuSPORT Ford-Cosworth/Lola/Bridgestone) and veteran Oriol Servia (#2 PacifiCare Ford-Cosworth/Lola/Bridgestone) to score his first win of the 2005 season.
Vasser paced the first 18 laps of the day, 13 of which came under caution after Ryan Hunter-Reay (#31 Briggs & Stratton Ford- Cosworth/Lola/Bridgestone) suffered a hard impact in Turn Two, but Tracy’s outside pass in Turn Four appeared to put paid to any serious challengers for the majority of the day. Green-flag pit stops caused him to lose his lead momentarily on two occasions, but Tracy easily moved back in front upon completion of the stops and took his seemingly-rightful place at the front of the high-speed procession circling the venerable Mile oval.