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Wednesday, March 21, 2007
You're in trouble...
Studies show that Danish teenage girls would rather wet themselves that use public/school bathrooms. Teenagers nowadays don't know what's good for them. When I was a kid, the world was my toilet. Spoiled brats.
Wednesday, March 14, 2007
I know this is a bit naïve, but I'm looking for a new place to live in the Aarhus area, so if you know of anything, anybody, or anywhere that could be of interest, please let me know.
Sunday, March 11, 2007
Friday, March 09, 2007
Walter Schreifels (of Quicksand, Rival Schools and Walking Concert fame) lives in Berlin now, and apparently plays some live acoustic shows around Europe, so I propose a campaign to haul his ass up to Aarhus and play. Really, that shouldn't be to much to ask?
So go here, to mailbomb him, or listen to acoustic demos.
Monday, March 05, 2007
Saturday, March 03, 2007
Oh, Something to talk about.
Now this is just good journalism - the proof that referees hate Arsenal.
Anders has a video of the experimental cooking that happened at Super Bowl - delicious.
And speaking of delicious, or even Fergalicious, am I the only one who's just a wee bit tired of that Fergie girl? It's like she uses every single to prove that she's not completely dyslexic. It's all T to the A to the S T E Y, and I'm the F to the E, R, G, the I, the E, and in the new single she's all G-L-A-M-O-R-O-U-S. That's really great Fergie, we all know you can spell by now. But if we listen to your lyrics, we also know that you rhyme Promiscuous with Suspicious, and that shit don't fly. Just because words look alike, they don't necessarily rhyme; much like Though and Cough.
Conclusion: Fergie can spell, but not rhyme - and ipso facto not rap.
Friday, March 02, 2007
Have You Lost It?
Utah is a band from Skanderborg, and they are very big in Skanderborg, and most of Skanderborg visits Aarhus when Utah play in Aarhus. How big they are in Aarhus is hard to judge, but they are definitely very big in Skanderborg.
They played a fairly good show tonight, of which the highlight was Break The Mould (pssst, it's on their Myspace), but some of the other stuff I didn't quite get. The song Alien Battle does however sound a lot like Tigger by Peter Sommer (also from Skanderborg! Coincidence??) and Everything For Free by K's Choice (From Belgium... coincidence!)
And some stuff apparently went down in Copenhagen tonight, but if I do nothing it'll probably go away. Things have away of working themselves out like that.
Thursday, March 01, 2007
It is with some concern I've started noticing striking similarities between myself and the Scottish poet Ewan McTeagle. I've started catching myself mumbling incoherently while walking around town, often reciting one of his poems. For instance:
Can I have fifty pounds to mend the shed?
I'm right on my uppers.
I can pay you back
When this postal order comes from Australia.
Hope the bladder trouble's geting better.
For more on McTeagle go here.
Also, for some interesting stuff about Mark Hughes, go here.