Larry King Starting Shit Again

HOW ARE YOU STILL ON?

New Morrissey Album Sneaksy Peaksy

I was luckily enough to get my hands on the new Morrissey Album a couple weeks early and thought I’d share with you some of the highlights. Instead of spoiling the album for you by doing the standard album critique, I thought I’d just give you a little taste of the record by pulling a notable quote from every track.

Track 1: “There is no love in modern life”

Track 2: “Life is nothing much to lose”

Track 3: “There is nothing I can do to make you mine”

Track 4: “Only stone and steel accept my love”

Track 5: “You’re gonna miss me when I’m gone”

Track 6: “ I have edged around this narrow ledge since the day I was born”

Track 7: “I was wasting my time trying to fall in love”

Track 8: “And when I die I want to go to hell”

Track 9: “The will to see you smile and belong has now gone”

Track 10: “Deformed, uninformed and hunchback”

Track 11: “and sorry will not bring my teen years back to me”

Track 12 “This might make you throw up in your bed: I’m ok by myself!”

Other than that, it’s pretty upbeat.

In case you were wondering...

This is how Kyle and I view ourselves in the online world of Skate 2. PS3 owners get at us.

Skate 2

Soo Jealous of Inaugural

Dog Wars (New Pres. Edition)

Hank for President

Los Angeles

Los Angeles

Bright an early tomorrow morning I’ll be driving down to the City of Angels with my roommate fiancĂ© who will be living down there for a few months for work. I’ve been busy all day getting ready and my to-do-list is almost done:

All that’s left to do now is talk Daina into filming our very own Sonic commercial, but I guess I’ll have 17+ hours to do that tomorrow.

Hey Barry!

Good Bye George!

Reunited and it Feels so Good

I had a really good weekend. Friday night I decided to return to my roots with a little Everett reunion tour. Dirty Sanchez’s baby and baby momma were out of town, so I met up at his crib only to find J. Jones and Physco Mike.

After a few rounds of Newcastle and Jameson, we refilled the flask, and decided to hit the town. With Turners moving from it’s original location (RIP), we did the next logical choice and went to Emory’s on silver lake. Little did we know that esteemed Everett lounge singer Mo’ May was there tearing down the house.



Mo will be back in Everett on February 6th. You can probably bet were will be.

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