Saturday, March 28, 2009

#1-What Sitting Bull might have said...if I was him now.

People of the United States of America, you might want to go out there and get a big ass coat and a bucket of sunscreen. If the ghetto, don't get ya then you can count on mother nature to bitch slap you into the next realm of common sense. You cannot argue with nature. I have seen people and heard them try to argue with nature: " I pay my bills, I'm responsible...I'd like the weather to be a little more understanding..."
-conservative republican croc owner.
Sorry doesn't work out that way.
What did happen, though, is that peopled wiped out a whole nation of ( already environmentally conscious) people, to build MASSIVE chemical plants and then waited...then waited a little more...then started complaining about the environment that they created. Not only do they complain, but when they do...OTHER people call them hippies and no one listens to a thing. (That
patchouli did not help matters at all, either. That is some foul smelling shit!) Do you know that people are the ONLY species on the planet that do this? For thousands of years the environment has been pretty fucking green, right? Then ALL OF A SUDDEN GLOBAL WARMING? No...what had happened was...well...did you see what the wicked witch of the east did to Dorothy and her crew? With the poppies? Remember? You 'member don't you? You don't 'member? It's the same thing as high tech gadgets. We've been asleep at the phone/computer. And now the glaciers are melting. All of a sudden. :) And Global warming was the wrong phrase to use on people. People are dumb as a whole. It should have been called, " Global Happenings Syndrome : natures reaction to people who are dumb as a group and not necessarily as individuals. The climate is gonna be extreme on BOTH sides. Hella hot and hella cold.WHy? Because people are HELLA STUPID. That's why. But hey...I'm not Sitting Bull...I'm one of us hella stupid people. They killed that dude, 'member? You don't 'member?

Stupid ass question for the week: Where do they make greenboard and why?

your friendly cyberhood Uncle Samurai

Monday, March 23, 2009

No. 1 Station

No. 1 Station is a reminder to all that Ska music is not only NOT dead, but very much alive and gaining momentum. No.1 Station is a London based band with the blue beat Jamaican sound. Check them out. They have a song that I can't stop listening to. After 8 years of republican politics, I have found a perfect song to match my reaction. And No.1 Station hits it right on the head. See if you can guess which song I'm talking about...
No. 1 Station
(myspace player)

your friendly cyberhood Uncle Samurai

Monday, March 16, 2009

Dirt Nasty - Droppin' Names

Ladies and gentlemen, I know it's Monday and everything, and the world is crazy, but you wouldn't believe what I heard at MP34U! Artist/rapper Dirt Nasty is stickin' it to the modern music industry like a new and improved version of Too Short. It may sound vile, vulgar and disgusting the first time, but gosh darn it if I wasn't laughing my ass off the 10th time! And so to start off the week...I had to post it. Kudos to music source Nightcrawler for puttin' this up!!

This song is not for the politically correct!

You sure...?


-Link to song Droppin' Names by Dirt Nasty-

your friendly cyberhood 
Uncle Samurai

Thursday, March 12, 2009

Obama's Education Plan vs Asher Roth's " I Love College"

In this corner we have President Obamas education plan:

"Maybe we should go back to teaching," a friend and fellow former D.C. public school teacher quipped, passing along a link to the transcript of President Obama's address yesterday to the Hispanic Chamber of Congress, his first major speech on education since taking office. I don't think my friend was serious. But reading the remarks, it was hard not to be moved by Obama's sweeping vision for public education in the U.S. He gave shout-outs to all of the right reforms--merit pay, charter schools, national standards--tied knowledge to the economy, and criticized American public schools and politicians without apology:

... despite resources that are unmatched anywhere in the world, we've let our grades slip, our schools crumble, our teacher quality fall short, and other nations outpace us...
It's time to expect more from our students. It's time to start rewarding good teachers, stop making excuses for bad ones. It's time to demand results from government at every level. It's time to prepare every child, everywhere in America, to out-compete any worker, anywhere in the world.

And in this corner we have Americas education plan:

All bets are on...

your friendly cyberhood
Uncle Samurai

Monday, March 9, 2009

iPod Generation Prefers MP3 Fidelity, Study Says...

Oh the youth of today!
  ' They ' said that kids prefer mp3 to cd or vinyl.
If I were to really comment on that, I'd be at this keyboard all day. The ' They ' in this particular article is Stanford.  So, my opinion is biased either way.
 Not only do I prefer cd's, tape and vinyl to Mp3's, but I live by the U.C. Berkeley Bears code: Anything that comes out of Stanford is to be taken with a slight growl...

your friendly cyberhod 
Uncle Samurai