Monday, June 29, 2009

Sunday, June 28, 2009

RIP Billy Mays


Another one bites the dust im afraid, and this time its Billy Mays, television's boisterous spokesperson. Nobody got peoples attention like you. Billy. RIP.
Ed McMahon, Farrah Fawcett, Michael Jackson and now Billy Mays. Wow, this is insane.

Coolness Defined

I remember watching this gig being advertised on tv a long time ago. I think it was aired on MTV2 when they remotely played music. The Strokes had just released there debut record 'Is This It" in 2001, and this performance i think was in 2002 for the MTV2 "2 dollar bill" concert series or some shit. Anyway, look at how ridiculously cool they look.


Saturday, June 27, 2009

What Can i Say?

Where do I begin? Kyle is an old buddy. We visited him last night just to say whats up. Nobody keeps it real, like Kyle. Glad to see he's staying up and out of trouble. Cheers!

Thursday, June 25, 2009

RIP Jacko


I'm not going to pretend that i like/liked him. I also think he was a complete nut job, and the allegations against him made me dislike him immensely. However, i am aware of his contributions to the music world.

So, clownfarmer says RIP Michael Jackson.

See You On The Other Side Of Space, Brothers!

Superjail

Wednesday, June 24, 2009

B-e-a-utiful


This is one of the best Joy Divison photos i have ever seen.

RIP Ed McMahon

The world of entertainment owes you.


Tuesday, June 23, 2009

Friday, June 19, 2009

Rewarding Stupidity

http://news.yahoo.com/s/ap/20090617/ap_on_re_us/us_texting_championship




text messages...yes, we all do it. Although i would prefer talking to you (whoever) on the phone, sometimes a text is more convenient. Honestly...read that Yahoo news article above. A Texting competition? $50,000 prize money? Gimme a God damn break.

Tuesday, June 16, 2009

Classic track

Supergrass - Alright


PLEASE MAKE IT SO

FOR THE LOVE OF "GOD", BLUR MUST MAKE U.S. TOUR DATES FOR THERE 2009 REUNION. BRITISH TOUR DATES ARE ALL WELL AND GOOD, AND IM REALLY HAPPY TO SEE VIDEOS OF THE GIGS, BUT I NEED TO SEE THEM LIVE! I HAVE SEEN MORRISSEY LIVE, AND NOW ALL I NEED TO DO IS SEE BLUR LIVE, TO DIE HAPPY
(ID LIKE TO SEE THE LIBERTINES LIVE TOO BUT..LETS TAKE IT 1 BAND AT A TIME).

Monday, June 15, 2009

Age Is But A Number, Innit?

Damon Albarn crowdsurfing at Blur's first gig in 10 years as a four pieace.

Thursday, June 11, 2009

City Drive Live?

We switched over from analog to digital tv, and on channel 25-2 is an odd, hypnotizing "show". It's actually a live feed on traffic cameras in Manhattan, complete with the time and location. Apparently, upon internet research, it was established by the NYC MTA to show people what the driving conditions ar elike throughout the city. Theres no talking, and no commercials, just live traffic camera feed. It's sorta weird, but then it turns into a hypnotic, calming, delightful way to pass out in front of my tv. Cheers NYC City Drive Live!

Monday, June 8, 2009

Television And It's Importance In My Life

Television. The idiot box. It melts your brain, right? Well I suppose it might, on some molecular level, but I find it has a significant impact on my mental happiness, and I'm sure I'm not alone. This is going to sound a bit confusing, or perhaps pathetic, but hear me out. Television shows provide my life with an alternate reality with characters that I can identify with. After a long day of dealing with the world and its crashing dissapointments, and countless frustrating moments, I know that I can watch my favorite show and completely escape reality. Now i know that the majority of television programs are complete crap; reality shows, cop drama, talk shows, court room nonsense, but when you find a program that you can identify with, or are interested in, it can be really amazing. Certain shows provide me with a strange serenity, or calmness. Sitcoms and comedy programs with there classic absurd scenarios give me a sense of belonging in a weird universe that exists inside the picture tube. That sounded weird diddnt it? Well this isnt a college paper, and its not an advice column. I guess i find some sort of mental sanctuary in television and my favorite shows. It's like some characters take up space in my mind. Of course i do other activities; I paint, draw, skateboard, play soccer, hang out with my friends, go out drinking, see movies, go to Museums, sporting events, but on those evenings where I'm just tired or fed up with the brutality and loneliness of being alive, I like to escape life with the aid of my TV. I see nothing wrong with that.

Thursday, June 4, 2009

Maybe?


I'm ill, and not in the dope gangsta way. My throat monster hurts pretty bad, so i went to the doctor. I have no insurance because im a 22 year old man, so i had to pay for the visit myself. Long story short the doctor thinks i have something called acute pharyngitis? I dont know, anyway, he gave me antibiotics to take for a week. What does that mean? It means for 7 or 8 days i cant smoke a fag or drink an adult beverage. Bollocks. So now i have more time in front of my laptop. I was sort of kicking around an idea of a Clownfarmer skate epic, documented on digicam. Another gay skate video? Yeah, pretty much. I thought i can create something clownworthy.

Hmmmm clownworthy...neat title right there.

RIP David Carradine

David Carradine has been found dead in his hotel room in Thailand. Apparently he had hung himself.

Here's a photo of him playing "Bill" in "Kill Bill Vol.2".
"Kill Bill" has to be one of my most favorite films.
RIP David Carradine

Monday, June 1, 2009

Rough Day, Eh Pal?

I was driving home from work about 35 minutes ago. While i was at a red light, sort of staring down at my steering wheel, the guy in the car next to me says:
"Rough day, eh pal?"
"The worst", i replied.
He nodded and said, "Yeah, me too".
The light turned green and off we went.

The Tonight Show With Conan O'Brien

11:30 PM