Sunday, February 05, 2006

"Jawas? What the hell is this picture about anyway?"

It's me, it's me, it's K-U-R-T.

I thought I'd post another video link. This one comes from Ghostmanon3rd. It's a little ditty from the superb writers of Saturday Night Live. You've got 'Christopher Walken,' 'Richard Dreyfus,' and 'Walter Matthau' auditioning for several roles in Star Wars.

http://www.devilducky.com/media/31791/

Enjoy my little space travelling, Ewok humping, C3P0 wanna-be babies!

CK out.

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The Hoff is hooked on a feeling...

Well, well, well... I thought I'd try and jumpstart House of Motu, and what better way than with a web URL to the music video of one of the biggest TV celebrities back in the 80's and 90's, now a huge hit over in Europe, "The Hoff!"

Without further adieu, it's David Hasselhoff like you've never seen him before!
http://www.i-am-bored.com/bored_link.cfm?link_id=15042

I bet most of you will run away holding your privates! Haha, uh.. ya...

Talk to you all later, my web surfing babies!

CK out!

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Sunday, July 03, 2005

I Really Worry For Some People...

Check THIS little ditty out.

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Tuesday, June 28, 2005

Goodbye Die-Nasty...

I guess I neglected to mention in yesterday's post that my car was stolen on Saturday. Alana and I went to the mall to pick up my Live8 tickets. We weren't even there for an hour, and when we came back outside, the car was nowhere to be seen. We saw a cop standing outside his car at one end of the parking lot, so we headed over there and told him the situation. He told us that we probably just forgot where we had parked, and to go look around. I knew that that wasn't the case, but looked again anyways, just to be sure. After reconfirming that the car was in fact gone, we went back to the cop and he took down all of our information and called it in. He drove us back to my place, and we told my parents. They actually didn't take it as bad as I figured they would. So that's that. Now I'm driving a rented silver 2004 Sunfire until we figure out what's going on for a new car.

Good bye Die-Nasty, we've had some good times.

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Monday, June 27, 2005

Nathaniel's First Gig

Woke up early on Thursday morning and got my Live 8 tickets. They sold out crazy fast - Shawn, Matt, and myself all got tickets, but Alana, Shawn's dad, and Nathaniel's mom weren't able to get any. So it looks like I'm going back to Molson Park with my mom, this time accompanied by Matt and Nathaniel.

Anyways.

Last night was the greatly anticipated first show by Nathaniel's as of yet unnamed band, and Beginner's Luck. There were quite a few people there, so I'm pretty sure the guys were nervous. They played 7 songs - 4 originals and 3 covers. I must say, for a first show, they sounded pretty good. Nathaniel lost his voice closer to the end of their set, and it sorta screwed up One Eight Seven (Senses Fail cover). But what can you do.

Wallace soloed behind his head - Jimi Hendrix style - for one of their own songs, and then pretended to smash his guitar at the end of the set. True rock star fashion. Lol.

After they were done, Beginner's Luck took the stage. They had a backdrop, which was actually pretty cool. They had 10 songs ready to play - 3 originals and 7 covers. It sucked because the cops showed up and threatened to fine for $5000 if the music didn't stop immediately. So that was the end of the show. It wasn't all bad, because they got in all but three songs, so both bands ended up having 7 song sets. It would have been nice to finish the set though. Again, what can you do?

We stuck around to party for a while, but things got shutdown pretty quick, and before long, Nathaniel, Kelleigh, Hayley, Matt, Jess, Alana, and myself found ourselves back in my basement watching Panic Room. It was a good night.





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Thursday, June 23, 2005

Bring That Beat Back to Me Girl

Woo woo! Was up till just before 6 am last night, woke up 3 hours later to get my tickets for Live 8. Definitely got them. Today Jet was added to the Barrie show, so I'm pretty pumped about that.

Went to the Mongolian Grill tonight for dinner with Alana, Kurt and Emma, Nathaniel and Kelleigh. It was good times. I really love that restuarant, and I hear they might be tearing it down. Not cool.

Wonderland tomorrow. It's supposed to be some ridiculous temperature tomorrow, like 39 degrees. Looks like it's going to be a day in the waterpark. Can't say that disappoints me whatsoever.

I need sleep.

Good night.

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Tuesday, June 21, 2005

Live 8

In 1985 Live Aid was organized as a way of raising funds for the many third-world nations facing poverty and debt on a daily basis. Twenty years later, Live 8 is the successor to Live Aid. This time around, however, the goal is not to raise funds, but awareness. From July 4-6, the G8 will hold a summit, and the world wants the main agenda to be third world debt relief. To raise awareness of this, Bob Geldof, the brains behind Live Aid, has organized Live 8. Live 8 will take place in Rome, Berlin, Paris, London, Toronto, and Philadelphia. I say Toronto, but it's actually happening in Barrie. It's just that most of the world has no idea what or where Barrie is.

Anyways, this event will bring many of the worlds top musicians together, including the original lineup of Pink Floyd, who is playing at the London show. The Toronto gig will feature: Bryan Adams, Our Lady Peace, Jann Arden, The Tragically Hip, Les Trois Accords, Tegan and Sara, Simple Plan, Tom Cochrane, Deep Purple, Gordon Lightfoot, The Bachman Cummings Band, Blue Rodeo, Motley Crue, Barenaked Ladies, Bruce Cockburn, Great Big Sea, Sam Roberts, DobaCaracol featuring Kna'an, and the African Guitar Summit. Celine Dion will also perform live via satellite from her cage in Las Vegas.

If you ask me, that's one hell of a lineup.

Performers in other cities include U2, Coldplay, Paul McCartney, The Killers, Green Day, Linkin Park, Mariah Carey, Sting, Stevie Wonder, Destiny's Child, Dave Matthews Band, Audioslave, The Cure, Elton John, Snoop Dogg, Andrea Bocelli, Madonna, Joss Stone, and Velvet Revolver.

As you can see, it's quite the lineup.

The sad part is that most people will more than likely just see it as a superconcert featuring all their favourite bands, or the reunion of Pink Floyd. Most people will turn a blind eye to the true intent of the concerts, and won't bother to look into Make Poverty History or the goals of the organization. The concerts will more than likely not influence the G8 and their agenda.

However, the intention is there, which shows that there really are some people in this world who DO care about the lives of others, and strive to get the world on track. The Long Walk to Justice has to start somewhere, and by bringing the world together to celebrate the one thing that we all have in common, that being music, that is a damn fine place to start.

Remember. The magic's in the music, and the music's in you.

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Sunday, June 19, 2005

Shazbot!

Well, it's looking to be a looooong week up at 1530 Markham Road.

"Excuse me, sir, where do I go for this ticket?" "You're in the right place."

"Excuse me, sir, which courtroom is this ticket for?" "This one."

"Excuse me, sir, where is the second floor?" "Uhhhhhhhh, idiot!"

If last time up there was any indication, wish me luck, I'm going to need it.

I guess there's nothing else to say but... uhhhhhhhhh.

CK out.

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Toenail Bitches

You are a Toenail.


(Taken from Ebaumsworld.com)

Okay, maybe you're not THAT gross. But yes. You are a toenail. You usually get in the way of peoples' lives and are annoying at times, but people hang out with you because you are amusing. You enjoy acting retarded in front of large crowds of people. Many may call you a dork and a loser, but the truth is that you are very intelligent, and this will be proven in the near future. You are dependent on your friends, but you are not willing to conform into society's stereotypical mold. You may be called a loser, but at least you aren't a nobody. Even the opposite sex finds your uniqueness attractive. You stand out, and that's what makes you special. Even if people leave you hanging.

Most compatible with: Hoe.


Click here -- What Random Object Represents Your Inner Self?

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What Up Bitches?

You are a drumstick.



Absolutely insane. That is how most would describe you. You aren't afraid to take risks, and enjoy putting yourself in strange situations. Most people hang out with you because of your hilarious sense of humour. You light up any bad situation, and can help all of your friends with their problems, except for your own. Because of this, you enjoy being around people like you. Many shut you out for your very weird, random personality, but honestly, you shouldn't care.

Most compatible with: Guitar, and another drumstick.


Click here -- What Random Object Represents Your Inner Self?

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