"Super fabulous the patterns have been uplifted" - Blackalicious, The Fabulous Ones
Hi, this is negro please and a blog used to live here.
The author isn't here right now. He'd much rather be in "meat space" visiting with people in the real world than hanging out here with the computer during his free time.
If you see him out and about, don't be scared. Say hello.
Even though he hasn't had a chance to write his The Wire Recap for last week's episode, he still plans to continue through the rest of the season, time willing. Last Sunday he made the very smart decision of going to see The Departed during what is normally recap writing time and he just hasn't gotten back those lost hours. The Departed was so worth it, though. Maybe, one day, he'll write about that as well.
The magic 8 ball says that's doubtful.
That's only the tip of the iceberg.
We've been busy.
Out of 176 songs (that aren't NPR podcasts) that I've listened to at home over the last 7 days, we've got ourselves a
Sunday Random Ten
- Skit 1 - Dangerdoom
- Right On - The Brand New Heavies
- Do A Couple Of Things - James Pants
- Boutique in Heaven - Justin Timberlake
- Do Your Thing - Kashmere Stage Band
- Bullys**t - Quasimoto
- The Funky Side of Life (Featuring Malcolm Catto) - Sound Directions
- Song For Lonely Giants - The Mountain Goats
- Real N***a Roll Call (feat. Ice Cube) - Lil Jon and The East Side Boyz
- Circus - Kelis
Other things: I've given up on Dexter. I'm liking Heroes more and more. The Nine was less interesting with it's second episode. Good, but not great TV. 30 Rock, on the other hand, was 22 minutes of hilarious heaven. "I'm from the federal government and I've come to inspect the chicken nuggets" will always be funny. Between Urge, eMusic and iTunes, I'm listening to way more new music on a weekly basis than I should be. Somehow, though, Justin Timberlake and Robin Thicke keep bubbling up to to the top of the pack.
White boys are doing it for themselves.