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March 30, 2003

Sunday, March 30, 2003, 4:29 PM

Rob @ 4:29 PM

Shaggy 2 Dope, of Insane Clown Posse, has released another installment of his online "Shaggy Show." What I've learned from it is that there are few things in life more precious than watching Shaggy, in full Wicked Clown makeup, dramatically lip-synching Hulk Hogan's sappy old "Hulkster in Heaven" song.

Click here to download the 40 meg MPEG file, part 2 of 3 of the shows to be filmed during ICP's current tour. Scroll to about 7:40 in the file for Hulkamaniac goodness.

Click here for the previous installment, featuring Violent J giving the same treatment to J. Geils Band's "Centerfold."

March 28, 2003

Friday, March 28, 2003, 3:37 PM

Rob @ 3:37 PM

This Mother's Day cartoon may well make you cry. Americans need not panic, though, because that toon was made for the UK's Mother's Day, which is March 30th. In the US we have until May.

Hopefully I can get some actual work done tonight on the several hundred unfinished projects I have sitting around the house.

March 25, 2003

Tuesday, March 25, 2003, 7:40 AM

Rob @ 7:40 AM

This entry has been edited for no good reason at all, which was why it was posted in the first place. Think of it as the FBI guns in my "E.T." of a journal.

Any ostensibly grown man who refers to any mall, let alone the grimiest dirt-mall in the ghetto armpit of Long Island, as "hallowed ground" is a bit suspect anyway. Hey, if that's your idea of hallowed ground, you can have it. Just don't forget to wear your kevlar vest and biohazard suit.

March 22, 2003

Saturday, March 22, 2003, 9:58 PM

Rob @ 9:58 PM

The march went well. Check out the Indymedia reports.

I just posted a rambling message to Cal's Forums on exactly why I go to protests.

Now, sleep.

March 21, 2003

Friday, March 21, 2003, 11:13 AM

Rob @ 11:13 AM

I'm ashamed of my government, and a bit disappointed in the world in general.

...How many "lists" do you suppose posting that gets me on?

Come to think of it, there is really no point in being dissatisfied with the state of things unless you're willing to get out there and do something about it. As they said way back when the Pope told the masses not to use the Birth Control Pill, "Hey Mista Pope-a, you no play-a the game, you no make-a the rules, capisce?"

So... amazingly huge peace march in midtown Manhattan tomorrow. Anyone want to go with, or meet up there? If so, email me sometime today.

If you're just curious, you might be able to catch some images of people assembling from maybe around 10:30 AM to noon (EST) on the Times Square Earthcams.

Music - Rosetta Stone, "Adrenaline"

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