November 30, 2009 @ Journalism
As I and associate arts editors Edward Dunn, Josh Fernandez and Emily Page gather and sort and evaluate the musical material with which we hope you’ll tune up your life each week, wading through the mire of MySpace and the piles of press kits, it becomes increasingly
November 27, 2009 @ Words
“Today September 27, 2009, I replied by e-mail to a North Carolina Republican Party Chairman, who was so shaken up by the fact, THE GEORGE HUTCHINS 2010 CAMPAIGN dared to compare his Leader, Barack Hussein Obama, to Sanford and Son.”
“IF this Cowardly
November 26, 2009 @ Words
I am grateful for many things, like my mother, my father, my sister, my other sister, my cat, my other cat, my neighbor who is old but doesn’t yell at me, the mailman who delivers the mail at 9 a.m., the show Tool Academy, and most importantly, David Hasselhoff. Too
November 25, 2009 @ Words
This is messed up because I think the pickle in question actually responded to this.
I was incredibly hungry driving down Folsom Boulevard and really wanted a turkey sandwich. Here’s the problem: Outside of Mr. Pickle’s was a gigantic pickle waving at passersby to go
November 24, 2009 @ Words
1. White rappers.
2. Bland rock
You are the missionary position of music. You don’t fool me with your messy hair and alterna-pants; if there’s a possibility that my grandma might enjoy your music, then you are bland.
3. Retarded black people
November 23, 2009 @ Words
No love for Fernandez
Re “Michael Jackson on unemployment” by Josh Fernandez (SN&R Scene&Heard, November 5):
I feel like I need to put a finger in my throat and puke out this “article.” Go away, [Josh] Fernandez, and don’t come back until you grow up and
November 23, 2009 @ Videos
Do you ever see something, scratch your head and then want to just drop a nuclear bomb that covers the entire planet? Every time I watch YouTube I get that
November 22, 2009 @ Words
It’s Sunday, and we’re coming up on Thanksgiving, so instead of the usual crass nature of this website, I thought I’d just take a minute to share a story about giving, loving, sharing and good tidings.
No, not really. Today, I just have a bunch of