Friday, February 11, 2011

@FridayRandom11

#1morerandomthan10

I was originally going to ditch this week’s post because I’m really busy with work. My company’s going through a big Web site redesign, and sadly we haven’t invented content management software that can take my half-assed verbal directions and create a pristine Web site. And here we thought by 2010 we’d have to worry about psychotic computers building the most kick-ass Arnold Schwarzenegger wax museum statues ever or taking over our missions to Jupiter.

A Non-Random Friday disappointed me, because I love both rocking on Fridays and writing about rocking on Fridays. After I was on our corporate Twitter account today, though, I thought, why not do today’s list in Tweet form? So here you go, comedy in 140 characters or less, or your money back!


1) “911 Is a Joke,” Public Enemy. One barometer for if racism is still a problem: does one race fear calling the police more than others? http://bit.me/whitey

2) “Returning to the Fold,” The Thermals. @lapsedcatholic: Being Catholic is like being Jewish. Even if you don’t practice, you still consider yourself a member.

3) “Hold My Life,” The Replacements. @EddieMoney1 can suck a fat one. This is the song that makes me wanna go back & be in my poster-covered room w/ headphones on #leftofthedial

4) “Working Class Hero,” John Lennon. Do we even have any working class heroes anymore? Do we even have a working class?

5) “Fleur De Lys,” Juliana Hatfield. Underrated, sweet, and crunchy, like kettle corn. #alternativeisheretostay

6) “We End Up Together,” The New Pornographers. Two straight disappointing albums. Can’t tell if it’s because the first 3 were just too awesome & these just pale, or if they aren’t good.

7) “Elsewhere,” Sarah McLachlan. Lilith Fair Indigo Grrls jokes aside, she can really sing and creates great atmosphere on her songs. So, like button for me. #sensitiveguys

8) “All Your Kayfabe Friends,” Los Campesinos! @millennials Pls. don’t get freaked out if you see me dancing at a Los Campesinos show. Swear I’m good old and not Dateline NBC creepy old.

9) “The Long and Winding Road,” The Beatles. @TheRealPhilS: Should we now refer to your production technique as the Prison Wall of Sound?

10) “Dirt Off Your Shoulder,” Jay-Z. Must be played at 3 am through a trunk sub the size of Rhode Island as you drive in a neighborhood full of sleeping kids #notbitteratall

11) “Autonomy,” Heartless Bastards. More yes, yes, yes for me than the Yeah, Yeah, Yeahs. Have had a soft spot for female rockers since Leather Tuscadero. #Ms.MeDeadly

@allofyou: Have a good weekend!

6 comments:

zombie rotten mcdonald said...

Heartless Bastards were really good live, too.

Brando said...

I was bummed there was no video of "Autonomy." That's my favorite song of theirs.

Kathleen said...

funny.

I'm shopping for an ipod case for a present for C. anyone have a cool one?

Substance McGravitas said...

10) “Dirt Off Your Shoulder,” Jay-Z

For some reason the vehicle plays mp3s off a flash drive at twice the volume of those from a CD.

It is excellent.

ifthethunderdontgetya™³²®© said...

Working class has been offshored. New enemy: white collar workers who could be replaced by overseas call centers.
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Churlita said...

The Public Enemy is so timely in Iowa. A FB friend of mine just went to Flav's chicken Shack in Clinton, and saw him in person doing an a cappella version of 911 at the restaurant. Yeah, really.