Wednesday, August 13, 2008

Eyedea: Fridge Update

I just watched the youtube video of the battle again and it TOTALLY does sound like he says FRIDGE instead of FISH.....

its at like 1:07 of the previously posted youtube link.

FRIDGE or FISH, you be the judge.

seems like fish, but sounds like fridge....
i think he MEANT to say fish....... or maybe PEACE is just so badass that he tosses MCs like household consumer appliances....?

Tuesday, August 12, 2008

Eyedea and Abilities

Just got home from the E&A show at the launchpad.

After the show a few people were freestyling in the front on Central, so Matt Amos and I got in on the cypher(sp?). Eventually I had the closest thing to a battle ive been in, on route 66.... with a dude named "NASSAR, THE PAKISTANI PRINCE". I remember a few rhymes... I told him I rode his girl like a magic carpet and that I was a Sultan and he was Insultin', dumb shit like that, anyways, he was a fun dude to rhyme with.


Matt was very close to getting in some terrible fight, but we somehow prevented it... however, if he never started getting in the fight, I would have left and not ending up MEETING EYEDEA in the Launchpad parking lot an hour later. I took some terrible phone pictures of Eyedea and our friends... at least I look terrible in them, my head looks like a large plum or something outrageous.....ok, ok,

The IMPORTANT thing is that I asked him something that I always wanted an answer to...

-----> [ in the 1999 scribble jam battle against 'P.E.A.C.E', PEACE said something like "something something fish cos you straight getting tossed" at the end of one of his turns... but Eyedea came back with "something something throwing a frigerator, that shit dont even make sense!"....]

1999 battle right here:

So I brought up this conundrum to the man himself who told me More than what I wanted to hear, nicely, but matter of factly......


Wednesday, November 09, 2005

"Kent, Ohio, for Peace"

Military student gets in a world of trouble for hanging a peace poster on campus.

Sunday, October 30, 2005

Wednesday, October 12, 2005


If you get an email like this.....

Subject: Invitation
Date: Thu, 6 Oct 2005 13:10:00 -0400 (EDT)

Senior Vice President for Corporate Governance at Tyco International
will speak to Anderson students on Friday OCT 7 from 10am-noon in ASM
1017. Continental breakfast will be offered from 10-10:30am, followed by
Mr. Pillmore's presentation and time for questions from the audience.
Eric is an Anderson Alumnus who, prior to Tyco, worked for the General
Electric Company (CFO), General Instrument Corporation (Senior VP and
CFO), and Multilink Technology Corporation (Senior VP). Reservations are

Your name came up this afternoon in a meeting, in a good way--really, in
a good way, I'm supposed to ask if E-Recruiting's database can produce a
report detailing the ASM alumni that might be registered? Our folks in
development/alumni relations would like to make sure we have the most
up-to-date contact information on them.

Please let me know if you think it would be good for me to call David
from the US Dept. of Energy after you talk to him about the interviewing
room mishap on 9/28.
....and then you reply by telling them to fuck off because I want nothing to do with corporations, CFOs, or vice presidents... and give them an example of why General Electric is a corrupt monster, you'll get an email like this....

Subject: Investigation
Date: Tue, 11 Oct 2005 13:07:50 -0600

Dear Mr. Kilmer:

I am writing to inform you that the Dean of Students Office is investigating an incident that occurred on the UNM Campus (specifically an e-mail sent by you to Career Services), which may involve a violation of the UNM Student Code of Conduct. I need to schedule a meeting with you by October 18, 2005, at 4 p.m. You can call the Dean of Students Office at 277-3361, to schedule this meeting.

Based on future findings or should you fail to schedule an appointment with me, it may be determined that you or other students will be charged with a violation of the UNM Student Code of Conduct. If an individual or student organization were to be charged with a violation of the Student Code of Conduct, then our office will be in touch in the form of a letter notifying that person of the official charges.

Should you have questions about this letter, please contact me at 277-3361.


Rob Burford
Judicial Affairs Specialist

fuck off and leave me alone! cunts

Monday, October 10, 2005

Movie Review: Village, The

I just watched M. Night Shananigan's latest film and wasn't quite as dissappointed as I expected. Which is kind of a weird idea, watching a movie you don't expect to like and all. However, my main reason behind watching it was actually envoked by the fact that everybody says that the movie is extremely easy to apprehend, in terms of plot twists. I wanted to see the damn movie before somebody spoiled it for me. This is the same reason I watched the Six Sense last year (many years after it came out). People couldn't believe that I didn't already hear of the plot twist in that flick, so I said "shut up! don't say anything else! I don't want to know!" and would walk away in anger, or something. Anyways, I managed to see the Six Sense without having anyone spoil it for me. I didn't see that twist coming, nor did I see if coming in the Village. In fact, I personally believe that the Village is even harder to predict than that other film. But when all is said and done, I actually enjoyed the Village and liked it's concept very much. It reminded me a lot of Dogville for obvious reasons, but took the concept of a small isolated village in a completely different direction. It's not a film you must go out and rent right away, but it is worth watching.


Movie Review: Crash (2004)

Quite a few famous actors play roles in this new and quite interesting film. The cast includes the likes of Don Cheadel to Sandra Bullock to Matt Dillon. The story is based upon different intertwining lives between different races and shows the darkness that racism envokes. Plus there are lots of car crashes that tie everything together. Mixing car crashes and something completely unrelated (such as racism) is always fun in a movie.
If you agree, you should also go out and rent the smash-hit soft-core porn film Crash (1996) by herolded director David Cronenberg: because mixing sexual pleasure and car crashes can ALSO be fun! Based upon the wonderfully original novel by JG Ballard, Crash (1996) is a treasure for the whole family... Unless your parents are around. Because that would just be awkward.
I strongly reccomend renting both of these movies (Crash and Crash) for a crash filled adventure for the imagination and mind!
Racism, Sex, Car Crashes. I gaurentee it will be a wonderful evening.

I give Crash (2004) four stars up! I mean, four stars!
I mean,


Wednesday, August 24, 2005

"Radical" for all the wrong reasons

Stupid "anarchist" kids annoy me. They don't know shit. This happens on many occasions, but I will just enlighten you with one that I encountered only a few minutes ago. My friend Ian was talking about oil and politics for a second and soon afterwards the anarchist type said "Did you know they are trying to pass a law that makes it illegal for SUVs get under 27 miles to the gallon? Instead of just lowering the gas prices they do that instead." Alright, only an idiot would be angry that the government is forcing the auto industry to make more efficient cars. I just ignored it, because he probably has too small of a scope of issues to understand just how conservative, yet anti-conservationist, his remark really was.