I was in line at Best Buy yesterday waiting to pay for some dumb crap and I was browsing the new CDs they try to sell your ass before you get to the register. I noticed the new Guns N' Roses album, so I picked it up and said out loud, "I heard this was a piece of trash." The dude in front of me was holding the CD and gave me a look that made my toe nails fall off. It was a "I want to butt fuck you with a hot hammer" kind of look. I'm not fucking sorry that I hurt his feelings, because he had a long ass, curly ponytail with blonde highlights in it. I'm sorry, but you deserve to get your feelings hurt if you have one of those.
Anyway, that shit came out yesterday after 15-years in the making and China is not happy about it! One of the newspapers published by the Communist Party said the album is an attack on their nation. From what I've heard it's also an attack on ear drums. The article says that "unidentified Chinese Internet users had described the album as part of a plot by some in the West to grasp and control the world using democracy as a pawn." The article also said that the record "turns its spear point on China."
Obviously, they want a free bottle of Dr. Pepper. That shit will make them happy. A bottle of Dr. Pepper with a little bottle of Everclear. That shit is good.
And if you haven't registered for your free coupon to get a 20 oz. bottle of Dr. Pepper yet, you can do so until 6pm today here. And yes, I still bought the album even though I slagged it off! Well, I wanted my free shit of Dr. P!
Karen and Richard Carpenters' former home in Downey, CA is in danger of getting the chop. The home is where the two wrote a lot of their songs and it was the cover of their album "Now & Then." It was also where Karen collapsed in 1983 before passing away.
The home's current owners, Manuel and Blanca Melendez Parra, want to bulldoze the house down and build a new one, because they are sick of being bothered by Carpenters' fans. The Parra family said that when they first bought the house they allowed the fans in, but it became too much. "In the beginning, we let everybody in. But honestly, it became horrible, not only for us but for the neighborhood. People peek in windows and take pictures. They leave flowers on the front porch." Free flowers? Where's the problem?
Carpenters' fans are protesting the demolition and have asked the city of Downey to make the home a historical landmark. One fan said, "This house is our version of Graceland. When they photographed the 'Now & Then' cover here in 1973, the house was instantly immortalized."
We've only just begun, Blanca! All these fans needs to do is ask Blanca to give them the house and they can move it somewhere else and turn it into a museum or something. This sounds like a job for Ty Pennington and Extreme Home Makeover.
Janet Jackson has a new song called "Feedback" out. It's on her next album which comes out in February. It was alright until bitch started talking about her period. Seriousy bitch says "I'm heavy like a first day period" and then goes on to say "sexy sexy sexy" over and over again. There's nothing sexy about a first day period unless you want to get your red wings and if that's the case, you are nasty as hell. Tell your mama to slap your face for me.
And does anybody actually sing anymore? I mean it sounded like Apple Computers did the vocals on that.
Thanks Michael & Brian (for pointing out that period shit)