I know what you're thinking, but no, this isn't a recap of how I spent the weekend. It's almost the holidays so I had to forego the hookers this time around. Rather, this post is marking a milestone of sorts forRadio Free America
, soon to be known as Smile You're Dead. Due to some legal shenanigans RFA nucleusEric Seven
is changing the name of his synth/electro/dance/pop outfit after some fifteen years, and he's celebrating the switch-up by releasing a new track for your asses, "Hookers and Blow." This is either the last RFA song or the first Smile You're Dead production. Either way, I think you'll dig it.
"Hookers and Blow": http://media.newtimes.com/id/167745/
Seven also spends his time playing on the Interweb, managing the Encyclopedia of Stupid Wiki-esque humor site. He sent me over a few links to his favorites...
First off, let's get the whole "capitalized preposition" thing out of the way:
Now then, a few of my favorite articles that I wrote:
and of course, some holidays...
Saint Patrick's Day http://www.encyclopediaofstupid.com/stupid/index.php/Saint_Patrick%27s_Day
And we talked about the white man...
Whitey http://www.encyclopediaofstupid.com/stupid/index.php/Whitey (I only wrote about half of this)
And now some music:
Marilyn Manson http://www.encyclopediaofstupid.com/stupid/index.php/Marilyn_Manson
Trent Reznor http://www.encyclopediaofstupid.com/stupid/index.php/Trent_Reznor
And other stuff...
Star Trek http://www.encyclopediaofstupid.com/stupid/index.php/Star_Trek
I didn't write this but... I know you would appreciate it:
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