Girls Don’t Cry Tomorrow Saturday June 23, 2007 7PM At The Knitting Factory In New York City

June 22, 2007

You need to see them. You need to be able to lord it over your friends that you saw Girls Don’t Cry before they were a platinum-selling, Grammy-winning, People/Rolling Stone/Time/Newsweek-cover-photo band!

Show that you have taste, discernment, and a keen eye — and ear! — for The Next Big Thing.

See these stars before they become official stars.Hit their MySpace page to sample their greatness.

Then get to The Knitting Factory tomorrow to see, hear, and experience them.

KF entry

Knitting Factory – New York
74 Leonard Street
New York, NY 10013
Tel: (212) 219-3132
Fax: (212) 219-3401
Box Office Hours
Monday to Saturday: 10 AM until close

Go see them!

Previously in this blog:Girls Don’t Cry category

Girls Don’t Cry 10PM Tonight June 22 2007 At Vintage Lounge, Levittown, LI

June 22, 2007

Girls Don’t Cry will be appearing at The Vintage Lounge in Levittown, NY tonight at 10PM.

Hit their MySpace page to sample some of their great songs.

Then get to their show!

Vintage Lounge
58 Gardiners Ave
Levittown, NY 11756
Phone: 516-735-6827

See the place — and get directions and a map — at the AOL CityGuide.

Click on the Girls Don’t Cry category (that very link, duh!) to see more coverage of them in this blog!

Short Blogging Day

June 22, 2007

Got to get somewhere.

Probably no blogging this weekend, either.

I need to read.

Open For Comments: What Have You Found On YouTube?

June 22, 2007

I can’t think of everything I should search for.

So it’s your turn to chime in.

What have you found on YouTube?

By now you should know the kinds of things I’m interested in.

Leave a comment!

YouTube: A Variety Of Goodies

June 22, 2007

My Cousin Vinny (1992) – Imagine You’re A Deer

Boy George – The Crying Game (North American Version)

The music video of Boy George’s cover of the Dave Berry song “The Crying Game”, also the title track from the movie of the same name. This is different from the Euro version, basically because it has a few more clips from the movie and has some sort of humanity message incorporated into it. Anyway, enjoy!

BBC1 Closedown from the day Princess Diana died

From Planet625 Video. The closedown from the day Princess Diana died. The closedown features a solemn version of God Save The Queen and a caption with a picture of the princess.

The Last Boy Scout HighLights

Just some of my favorite moments from The Last Boy Scout. Great 90’s action flick from when buddy action movies were still cool.

Patriot Games

Patriot Games Tribute

A tribute to the great movie that is patriot games

Patriot Games SAS

The sequence where Jack Ryan watches the SAS’s desert strike on the IRA’s training camp

Wyatt Earp Trailer

Beautiful Trailer to an Epic Motion Picture

My favorite scenes from Tombstone of Doc Holliday

My favorite scenes of Doc Holliday (Val Kilmer) in the movie Tombstone. Enjoy Huckleberry

“He was the most skillful gambler, and the nerviest, fastest, deadliest man with a six-gun I ever saw.”
-Wyatt Earp speaking about Doc Holliday

Wyatt Earp – So Cold

Clips from the movie “Wyatt Earp” concerning the fight at the O.K. Corral. The music is “So Cold” by Breaking Benjamin.

Val Kilmer as Doc Holiday in TOMBSTONE

Val gives an awesome performance as Doc Holiday. It is absolutely one of Val’s best roles.

Tombstone Tribute

The song is “Aenima” the movie is Tombstone.

My Friend Doc Holliday

Threw it together in about a half an hour.

Doc Holliday (Tombstone-Val Kilmer)

I loved this movie. Moreover, I loved Val’s performance in it. There is no character in history that can compare to Doc Holliday. Here’s to Holliday, and Here’s to Mr. Val Kilmer. Set to Good Times Gone by Nickelback. Enjoy.

Doc Holliday vs. Johnny Ringo

Duel from “Tombstone”


Doc Holliday “I’m your Huckleberry”

iTv presents SPACE ANGEL

1960s kid’s show SPACE ANGEL as seen on the hit, underground, Staten Island cable series industrial TELEVISION. This is the industrial TELEVISION version that is stupid and moronic because that is the whole point of the show.

YouTube: Seeing Things

June 22, 2007

Oh. My. God!!!

One TV series I thought I would never, ever get to see ever, ever again: Seeing Things.

This is a Canadian production that appeared briefly via syndication here in the US (in the age before Murdoch arrived and the rest of independent TV stations aligned themselves with The WB, UPN, The CW).

I loved this series so much. Now someone has put up an entire episode on YouTube! And some other clips too!

This is the user’s index.

God bless you!!

Someone please tell me if this was ever released on DVD!

Bah! Eejit Calls For A Fake iPhone Boycott!

June 22, 2007

Opinion: Stick it to the Man or We Get No Respect

I think it’s pretty arrogant of Apple and AT&T to introduce a new piece of hardware one day BEFORE the end of month and quarter and be betting the farm and their next bonuses on a great couple of sales days, while you and I might have to fork out US$74.99/month for an unlimited internet two-year contract (if a contract is required – “2 yr contract required” removed from advertising on June 7th). If that’s the price point, then it’s an additional US$1,800 commitment after purchasing the phone.

Right. Like the guy has actual principles. Or something.

You pathetic weasel.

–linkswipe via The Secret Diary of Steve Jobs (who neglected to call me a douchebag blogger, even though I was the first to call for a boycott — and for a real reason too!)