Jesus Was Black
by Molly Lambert
“Is it bad that I wanna fuck Jesus a little bit?”
My sweet brother Ben Lambert’s podcast. It’s deliciously sloppy, like a plate of BBQ’d ribs. Making this mix he drank 7 Brass Monkeys and ate 16 McNuggets. No Rave or Trance except the Holy Ghost Trance you will be in when you listen to it.
Duh na na na na na na na, BAT-GOD!
The super-collider being built in a basement may or may not implode the earth, like the History Eraser Button in the Space Madness episode of Ren & Stimpy. Captain’s Log: “Uh, whoops.”
“Scientists at the European Center for Nuclear Research, or CERN, have played down the chances that the collider could produce, among other horrors, a tiny black hole, which, they say, could eat the Earth. Or it could spit out something called a ‘strangelet’ that would convert our planet to a shrunken dense dead lump of something called ‘strange matter.'”
According to a paper by Stephen Hawking in 1974, [any black holes created] would rapidly evaporate in a poof of radiation and elementary particles, and thus pose no threat. No one, though, has seen a black hole evaporate. As a result, Mr. Wagner and Mr. Sancho contend in their complaint, black holes could really be stable, and a micro black hole created by the collider could grow, eventually swallowing the Earth. But William Unruh, said they had missed his point. “Maybe physics really is so weird as to not have black holes evaporate,” he said. “But it would really, really have to be weird.”
She credits Sweeney and Andrew W.K. for convincing her to make “Safe Inside The Day.” Sweeney produced the album with Will Oldham who also played, with other musicians including one of Antony’s Johnsons.
See my post on the Oldham/Sweeney collabo Superwolf here in my Peanuts post.
Crap E-Mail From The Girl Who’s Been Fucking Your Boyfriend
How to get divorced by 30, by Sascha Rothchild:
STEP TWO: Marry an actor.
When I mentioned to family friend Buck Henry that I was marrying Dan, he said one of two things would happen: Dan would never succeed as an actor, and I would resent his constant struggles and feelings of inadequacy and leave him. Or he would succeed and leave me for someone younger and skinnier. Either way, it would not end well. Buck, as always, was right.
Six Word Reviews Of 763 SXSW mp3s on The Morning News
Female Prisoners of Argentina and their magical photocollage escapes from prison.
Still, to some reading men, literary taste does matter. “I’ve broken up with girls saying, ‘She doesn’t read, we had nothing to talk about,’” said Christian Lorentzen, an editor at Harper’s. Lorentzen recalls giving one girlfriend Nabokov’s “Ada” — since it’s “funny and long and very heterosexual, even though I guess incest is at its core.” The relationship didn’t last, but now, he added, “I think it’s on her Friendster profile as her favorite book.”
David Thewlis wrote a book.
David Shrigley draws the greatest doodles.
Still is Still Moving has great Willie Nelson bootlegs and more
Tao Lin tries to shoplift from American Apparel.
Alex’s favorite actress Kate Hudson goes to AFRICA to cure poverty and AIDS
The Sorrows Of Young Johnny Ryan
Julia Allison is the Hillary Clinton of Web Celebrity.
Reasons Not To Kill Yourself from Alex Sears
The Super Crazy Cat Dance!
Mindy Kaling describes Haribo sour cherry gummies:
When the concept of Sour met Sweet, it was like when Paul McCartney met John Lennon. Then when Sour and Sweet met Chewy, it was like they ran into Mick Jagger at the post office and had one long jam session. When Sour and Sweet and Chewy met Cherry, it was like the cops came to break up the jam session and the sheriff was Michael Jackson in 1981 and he like moonwalked all over the place.
LARPing in Bars = BARPing?
Un Violin, Un Jambon is a monthly dose of greatness.
Molly Lambert is the senior editor of This Recording.
“Don’t Fuck With The Jesus”
MUSIC FOR YOUR TURGID SOUL
“Innocent Song” – Fleet Foxes (mp3)
“English House” – Fleet Foxes (mp3)
“Drops in the River” – Fleet Foxes (mp3)
buy the sun giant EP here
Speaking Of Strangelets, Beware Of The Jellyfish!
Alex Saw Rhoda The Goy Play Golda Meir On Broadway