Wednesday, March 29, 2006

You can't always get what you want.

Friend: Hey Roy, are you growing a beard?
Roy: I have a beard...

Oh well. Today is all about a multi-media football extravaganza, as there is Brøndby-OB + Lyon-Milan on the telly, radiosporten on the radio, and I'll keep track of Man United on that there internets.
Apparently Arsenal where pretty darn good yesterday, and I hate that I didn't get to see the game, but I was hard at work watching Fear Factory, and you can read my review right here.

This is brilliant journalism: He (Vieira) will remember being dispossessed by that renowned biting tackler, Robert 'Chopper' Pires, six minutes before half time.

Niall Quinn is apparently considering taking over Sunderland, which means that I will have to start supporting them, even if it is against my better judgement.

On a completely different note, Bill Maher is pretty funny, and John sent me this video of him reciting translated rap-lyrics. Good stuff!

And finally Brøndby Football Club have started a cooperation with Denmarks biggest chain of gyms, because surely the chances of getting your ass kicked by a Brøndby supporter aren't big enough as they are. Why don't we just start handing out guns to them as well.
Also I feel confident that the level of discussion at the stadium will be raised by the addition of steroids, to the already impressive list of drugs consumed there. Good thinking Brøndby!

Sunday, March 26, 2006

The Superficial has the entire banned Scientology episode of South Park online. God bless people who know how to use their bandwidth for good

Saturday, March 25, 2006

Changes you won't notice...

The more avid readers will notice that there has been a bit of spring cleaning in the links, most notably I've added The Superficial, which is at times an extremely funny resource for videos and gossip. Ever the optimist, I'm still hoping for a blogging comeback from Charlotte and John, so I'll give them some more time before they'll have to go.

In other news, The Wedding Crashers is a horrible movie, and not at all worth the 35kr it cost to rent. A History of Violence was better, without really deserving the great reviews it got. It does however contain great performances from Ed Harris and William Hurt, and the most gratuitous nudity you'll ever see. At first I was a bit dissapointed, because I had it confused with this movie, and thought it was a history of violins, but you live and learn I guess.

Oh, and Steven Gerrard just got a red card after 17 minutes. Good stuff, even if it means the game will end in a nil-nil stalemate.

Thursday, March 23, 2006

B For Bimsetøj.

V For Vendetta is very enjoyable. I can highly recommend going to see previews at Cinemaxx, since apparently you don't have to sit through 15 minutes of commercials.

Nothing, however, has been quite as funny as Bin Ladens guest appearance on Family Guy.

Nothing else going on. At all.

Wednesday, March 15, 2006

So, I figured I'd better update this wasteland of a weblog sooner or later, because I know how worried Dennis gets when I don't make any sounds for a while. There's not a lot going on right now. For some reason my brain has mistaken writing my thesis for being unemployed, so I generally just sleep a lot, and do little else.

I saw the I Am Bones/Veto gig friday which was kinda cool. I won't even mention Gravy....

And in yet another case in a long list of the Gods mocking me, I won't be home to watch Arsenal take on Juventus, which could actually easily turn out to be a blessing in disguise. Don't wanna jinx this one.

Apart from this, all my energy goes into preparing myself for bikini season. It's quite a production.

Finally, it should be noted that the list of bands I absolutely do not get, has just been expanded with Anthony and the Johnsons, and Velvet Underground. The entire list should get up one of these days, but it'll probably take a while.

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