last night i caught an episode of SNL for probably the first time in years -- and surprisingly it was great! some of the sketches were downright *weird*, which is squarely within my sense of humor. take this sketch, for example:
Just a quick note to say I'll be participating in a panel discussion following the preview screening of the documentary Copyright Criminals at Media Bridges in downtown Cincinnati. I'll also be playing a short set of copyright-violating music before the screening as people enter.
It's a free event, but due to limited seating, registration is required. Go to their site to register.
UPDATE: The event was a success! The film is great, and being on the panel with Zo & Kurt was a blast. Thanks to Christa & Media Bridges! I hope to get the opportunity to work with them again in the future.
This is completely disappointing. I *love* his artwork, so to discover that he's offering free posters leaves me a bit torn -- they look great, but have a message that is quite harmful.
Please support vaccination in your community. Compulsory vaccination, along with education, is necessary for our safety. Refusing to vaccinate children contributes to the deaths of other children who can't get vaccinated. Period.
My friend Kent (on the far right in this picture) just found this picture from August of 2004, from the first show of a band of his called Kelp.
A couple weeks before the show, he lost the bassist and drummer, and put out a request for anyone who could pitch in and help. I was free (and can play bass), and an excellent drummer named Dan was free, so we learned the songs. We only had one practice all together, so we were a little nervous, but we pulled it off.
If I recall correctly, he found full time members not too long afterward.
First, during the extended version (I think) of the sketch "Wildtown", there's a bit of the Brute! video for "Godlike" mixed into a quick montage.
Then, also in the special features, during a link between sketches from the "Best of The State" show, when some of the guys are wresting / horsing around in their office, one of the mixes of "Virus" is playing in the background.