I'm COMMISSIONING A POST from MCmüLLER!!!—today on the train there was a little girl named Hennessy sitting next to me! to celebrate this wondrous occassion, I'd like to beg Author McMüller to fabricate an image: a baby ['s head?] in a Hennessy bottle? Todos los otros submissiones a los comentarios, por favor.
-- In a Nov. 29 story about the Dalai Lama, The Associated Press reported erroneously that the Buddhist spiritual leader was making his first visit to Russia. He traveled to Russia several times previously, including a 1994 visit and a one-day trip in 1995 en route to Mongolia.
Dad: I always thought this song was "God Rest Ye, Merry Gentlemen," but it's actually "God Rest Ye Merry, Gentlemen." Mom: I think it's Merry Gentlemen. Dad: No, it's right here on the back of the CD case. There's a comma between "Merry" and "Gentlemen." It's telling gentlemen to "rest merrily." It's a very British, a very Dickensian thing to say. Mom:Dickensian? You ought to write for Cabinet magazine. Dad: I don't have the patience.
FALLUJAH, Iraq --
"If you want to write something," he tells an intruding reporter, "tell Marlboro I'm down to four packs, and I'm here in Fallujah till who knows when. Maybe they can send some. And they can bring down the price a bit." Those are the unfettered sentiments of Marine Lance Cpl. James Blake Miller, 20, a country boy from Kentucky who has been thrust unwittingly and somewhat unwillingly into the role of poster boy for a war on the other side of the world from his home on the farm.
"I just don't understand what all the fuss is about," Miller drawls on Friday as he crouches -- Marlboro firmly in place -- inside an abandoned building with his platoon mates, preparing to fight insurgents holed up in yet another mosque.
I would love to link to Ron Artest's record label, Truwarier Records, but it is all fucked and broken and Flash-ey. Not only is Ron Artest a violent idiot with no respect for the people who pay his salary, he is also an annoying self-promoter and chronic missssspell'r...this from the NOT TO BE MISSED ronartest.com:
Ron Artest will wear No. 91 this season, which is his third number since the begining of his NBA carrier 5 years ago. The league has no rule on how often a player can change numbers. And that is why Ron has decided to wear as many numbers as possible before he retires. Ron wore No. 15 in high school, and also in college along with his first three NBA seasons. Wearing the No. 15 was a tribute to his father who wore No. 51 in high school. He also wore No. 23 the past two seasons as a tribute to Michael Jordan. His switch to No. 91 honors Dennis Rodman. Although changing numbers may be strange to sum Ron is only being creative and taking advantage of the NBA's allowance of Players to change their numbers if they make a specific request within a certain time frame. [sic...SICK!]
wow, that's a loopy loophole Artest has discovered! AHH!...Honoring MJ by wearing #23 [or No. 23, if you will]? wouldn't it be nice and FITTING[?]if the NBA retired #23 league-wide [the Hawks, Celtics, Nets, and Rockets have retired 23 (for Lou Hudson, Frank Ramsay, John Williamson, and Calvin Murphy respectively)...the Miami Heat are the only team to retire 23 in honor of Jordan]???. Welp, you can't say Artest didn't do his best to honor Dennis Rodman, right??? BRAVO!!!
Fuck just suspending Artest for the rest of the season, we need to drop all of Shaq's rap albums on an iPod, superglue some comfy earbuds into Artest's ears, and let that lesson get learn'd!!! this could be you motherfucker!RRRR!@#!@#asdjasdja;—WAIT, 'cept no one will even ironically google your awful, self-deluded hip-hop side project ten years down the road...BWAHaHAA!
the weed delivery dude who dropped by during this blog post just informed me that Artest may not have his own rap album, but was actually collaborating [maybe just producing? promoting???—dude was not clear]with a larger R&B group! I really wish there was a functional truwarier.com to slam this mystery [novel] shut!!!