Saturday, December 20, 2008

This Day in History|1946
Patti Smith

Without Robert Mapplethorpe, Patti Smith wouldn't be the the muse that she was to the most important photographer of the 1970s and 1980s.

And, more than likely, without Patti Smith, Robert Mapplethorpe's career would have gone in an entirely different direction.

Still, one cannot underestimate the power of Patti's rendition of EASTER and her signature, BECAUSE THE NIGHT.

Dark Road

if you catch me I might try to run away

Friday, December 19, 2008

T-500 days and counting

There's a reason why I'm keeping tabs on how many days to go until I turn 50.

When you have goals you want to make sure you accomplish,
you need to keep your eyes on the clock.

And today marks 500 days remaining until I turn 50.

Thursday, December 18, 2008

Stoopit Phags!


Choose your battles.

So Obama has Ric(k) Warren delivering the Inaugural Prayer.

What if he lifts the "don't ask, don't tell" policy?

Either way, don't ask Anderson.

He's asking, ain't telling.

Transparency, indeed!

The Real Wonder Woman!
Annie Lennox

This Day in History|1976
Lesbians Everywhere Rejoice!

Womder Woman debuts on the ABC television network.

The hell with weeping!

A trip to the ASYLUM has become part of my daily routine. It should be part of yours also! Piss your pants funny! You'll be screaming HOLY TACO!!! too!


Nothing I love better than catching a typo on CNN's website, especially when it's a celeb's name. Even more fun when it's LARRY KING LIVE!

A day in the life of my computer...

On any given day, I find myself always hitting up the following web sites:

Cable News
Print News
Live! In Concert!
Laughter is the best medicine.

I know there's more.
I forgot!

Wednesday, December 17, 2008

Number 1.
This Day in Music History
December 1977 – Jan 1978

Decades before Madonna's CONFESSIONS ON A DANCEFLOOR (continuous mix), Donna Summer's 2-plate, 4-sided retelling of Cinderella simultaneously closed 1977 and opened 1978 with a hard-thumping, keyboard-driven showcase of incredible dance music fused with one of disco's original queens' strongest siren calls!

Birthday Wordsmith|1929

Last, but not least, avoid cliches like the plague.

William Safire.

What to say, what to say.

Roll over, birthday boy!

You got Grace in my chocolate!
You got chocolate in my Grace!

I'm stunned no one played the race card yet. It this were The States, it'd already be chock full of lawyers! Reminds me of Ray Nagen and "chocolate city." Does this make Grace the "chocolate mayor?" Think they're gearing up for a limited run of Obama-pops?

Name that silhouette!

I've got about 8 of these under my belt. You?

Tuesday, December 16, 2008

Singing for his supper|Jesse Jackson Jr


We're in a huge recession.


Celebrity Death Watch
Steve Jobs?


"Anderson is the equivalent of breaking news."
–|Larry King, CNN; 16 Dec 08; 9:49p

You're right, Larry.

And you're the equivalent of breaking wind.

LG Cell Phone Commercial.

The day the creative department stood still.

Candy Crowley.

Bernard Madoff...

...with over $50 BILLION (with a B) dollars.

And I didn't have a thing to do with it!

Sunday, December 14, 2008

Uh-oh_The other shoe didn't DROP...
it was THROWN!!!

Where to start? The first shoe should have never even gotten CLOSE to Bush, let alone a second!!

Then, towards the end, you can see him in his ever-present smirk.

I don't know about you, but I know heads are gonna, and have have yet to begun to, roll.

Jack o' Lanterns don't have ears.

Williams' Blood (Aerodynamic Mix)|Grace Jones


Let Me Go (Extended Mix)|Heaven 17

Well, I'm trying. But DJ Earworm's version(s), Goldfrapp's, and Cicada's would really be the