Monthly Archives: January 2012

Some Good Jazz Rock

Edit: Heaven-Number 2 (1971) was deleted.
So I replaced it with Common ft Slum Village -Theolonious.


A video I made…

It’s a little shaky but here it is.
My backyard, birds,a cat and a cool song by

Song credit to:

Speech at the end of Cliff Hanger by Blackalicious

In case anyone out there ever wants to know where the speech from Cliff Hanger comes from, it’s taken from the “Free Huey” rally by Kwame Toure.
The song Cliff Hanger has instantly become one of my favorites. The speech by Stokely Carmichael (a.k.a. Kwame Toure) appears on this video at 5:24, but I recommend you listen to the whole song, it’s a trip. A good one.

Here’s the video of the speech from the “Free Huey” rally. It start’s at 6:00. Which appears on Cliff Hanger.

Join Our Censorship Protest!


The Blog

Have you been paying attention to all the hubbub online about the proposed U.S. legislation (SOPA/PIPA) that threatens internet freedom? I wrote about it last week over on, but the gist is this: there’s a bill in the U.S. Senate that if passed would put publishing freedom severely at risk, and could shut down entire sites at the whim of media companies. Fight for the Future created this nifty video to sum it up better than I can.

On January 18, 2012, sites all over the internet will be blacking out to protest and try to mobilize more people to speak out against this bill coming up in the Senate next week — S. 968: the Protect IP Act (PIPA) — in an attempt to let U.S. lawmakers know how much opposition there is., Wikipedia, and even VIP I Can Has Cheezburger? will be participating in the blackout to…

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Random Pics, Shoot’n & Driving








Freerollin ‘


Right before break the player before min-raises, and I go all in and it’s a race. It didn’t quite work out at the end, but still, I feel in good tourney rhythm.

Right after that I had around 10 BB and

Babies Keep Popping Out, Out of Their Mothers

I found this video a while back on Pedro Ruiz’s Vimeo page.
It’s a wonderful song by Willow Rutherford. Thought I’d share:).

Willow Rutherford-Roller Derby Stroller