I’ve always enjoyed Lagunitas Little Sumpin’ Sumpin’ but one time they put out Little Sumpin’ Wild and that was fantastically unique. Little Sumpin’ Extra smells like the hops room at Anchor Brewery. It’s like drinking a bitter pine forest. It is insanely hoppy, but mostly pine, no citrus, and not even too bitter. It is like drinking Christmas in the Summer. If you are a hophead you must try this! Seriously, if you like hops search this out like a holy grail!
Wolfmother was entertaining but, of course, I think badly of any artist who’s music I hear constantly on commercials. At the Fillmore SF 7/28/2014.
Soulfly are super groovy stoner metal, one of the best, up there with Down and 6 Feet Under, more tribal of course. At the Fillmore SF 6/26/2014. Max Cavalera from Sepultura heads this band with his son on the drums. They played some good classic Spultura tracks.
I feel lucky. I bought two Remling metal art pieces at Harte Gallery in Maui. This orange one arrived with some surface scratches in the clear coat. Mark Remling agreed to fix the issue himself. I just received the repaired work today and it is gorgeous. I also received a personalized note. I could not be more pleased with the results of working with both Harte Galleries and Mark Remling. Now… To the challenge of properly photographing this highly reflective art. I don’t know if I will ever be able to fully capture the three dimensional effects of this art.
This is the song I was looking for. This is Ponderous by 2nu. I remember hearing this song late at night in the back seat of my parent’s black suburban as we traveled to some ski destination in either New Mexico or Colorado. It took me forever to find it again. All I remembered was, “A girl who spoke with her eyes and said, ‘Can you see what I’m saying.’” I had to wait till the internet progressed enough for that information to lead me to a youtube post.
I’ve posted this before and I’m posting it again because people need to know it exists.
This is not the song I was looking for, but it is highly worthwhile. I kind of wish I had payed more attention to it in the 90’s, but at least I can pay more attention now. This reminds me of some of Timothy Leary’s spoken word stuff.
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THIS. 100 times, this.
Dude, this is so well said.
A perfect description.
why isn’t this a thing yet?
"I want to go to Cahones during my lunch break at work and when I come back and tell the other women in the office where I went they chickle slightly and the men around us suddenly feel self conscious and they don’t know why."
The opposite situation that they’re alluding to happened recently and it made me feel sick and unsafe in my office amongst my coworkers. It’s a real thing and it’s not okay.
This would never work for the same reason there are no straight male prostitutes. Why pay extra for something any man will gladly give you for free?
Jimmy Cliff is the same age as Ozzy Osbourne, but more spry, energetic, and healthy proving there really are good drugs and bad drugs.
On this NSFW podcast Joe Gorman and Zack Chapaloni join me for hilarious hijinks of the highest order. Of course Sweet Gail calls in to add to the madness. This is a great episode any fan of laughter is sure to enjoy. So have a listen and get your mind and spirit lifted by Not Safe For Work radio.