Friday, August 31, 2007

King James comes correct...

You may have heard of a Longaberger basket, but have you ever heard of a Long Beach basket?

Cause if not, break yo'self fool, for hands down the most gangsta wedding present on record...

Among the tasty treats hidden in the ghetto-fabulous cornacopia of flava are 2 40's (Bull Bull and that hateful SOB Steelie 211) and a Big ole bag of cheese doodles. There was a nice card and some Mike's, but we all know where the real action is!

Nice work James! You have raised the bar (by lowering the bar) and for that I am much obliged!

Wednesday, August 29, 2007

Where you at T-15?

I know my blogging has been sparse over the past few weeks, and some of you have been asking? Where's topic15 at?

Is he still mourning the death of hip-hop as seen through the tricky interplay of rap and wrap in Mcdonald's latest commercials?


Even worse.

Look, I know I have different views than your average boo boo bear, but I have been absolutely floored by the fact that some creepy dude who plays with dolls for a living beat out Cas Haley in the America's got Talent competition.

It is a crying shame.

And for that, there has been no posting.

Well that and I have been RE-DIGGITTY-DONK-ULOUSLY busy at work these past few weeks.

So until I find some witty observations, drink too much cough syrup or take some pictures of my home made koolickle experiment, hang tight and enjoy this clip of Cas Haley in action with his band woodbelly.

Monday, August 27, 2007

NIN vs Garbage

Here's another little mash-up I made...

Thursday, August 23, 2007

Wednesday, August 15, 2007


What's the latest food craze sweeping gas station and seedy counters across the nation?

Kool aid pickles or Koolickles for those in the know are dill pickles that have been soaked in Kool Aid (often Cherry or Fruit Punch) using a top secret tecnnique, which I am about to reveal.

Careful, pay attention now. This is a very complex 3 step process.

Step 1. Make your self a pitcher of Kool Aid

Step 2. Throw some Dill pickles all up in that Kool Aid

Step 3. Let those two ingredients make sweet sweet love for 24 hours

Awwwwwww yeah!

Friday, August 10, 2007

Culture of Fear


Well apparently scammers have learned the utility of using fear as a motivator to giving up personal information, either via email or the phone.

I recently received an email warning of the latest instances of scams, which are essentially online extortion rackets. Basically these are SPAM messages which appear to come from a hit man who has been hired to give you a dirt nap. And give explicit instructions on how you can buy them off.

Other versions are derived from this approach and come from a spoofed FBI investigator who needs to verify your information for "security" purposes.

You can read all about it on the FBI website.

Tuesday, August 07, 2007

Thanks, I'll take the restless leg syndrome

Not that I have it (that I know of), but I can not imagine the symptoms associated with this condition would be severe enough to offset the potential side effects from managing this condition with rx meds.

I saw a commercial a few days ago and the voice over indicated side effects are generally mild, but may include uncontrollable urges to gamble and falling asleep without warning while engaged in normal daily activities such as driving.

What is the treatment? A ruffie-colada?

Jesus, I'll stick with the creepy crawly legs instead of risking getting the urge to drive out to Vegas, then fall asleep while enroute.