Friday, March 26, 2010
Project Pink is North America's premier Pink Floyd tribute band. Armed with a 20-foot projection screen, a virtual armada of lights, and world-class sound production, Project Pink faithfully recreates the complete Floyd experience - the sights, the sounds, the intangible vibe. Project Pink's award-winning musicians pour out the most authentic performances of your favorite Floyd tunes from The Dark Side of the Moon, The Wall, Wish You Were Here, Meddle, and more!
Whether you're a lifelong fan of the Floyd, or a first-time freak, take your senses on a journey with the mind-blowing experience that is Project Pink.
Their show is FRIDAY APRIL 2nd at the Meyer Theater in Green Bay.
Project Pink Official Web Link
Larry King -who's like 115 and Snoop Dogg (double g) went cruising in Snoop's "whip" (that's what the kids call them). Larry was apparently trying to raise his street cred - hoping to get shot at.
No such luck for Larry or us. Oh well, maybe 50 Cent will give you a lift next time Lar.
Thursday, March 25, 2010
Nobody seemed to notice five years ago when the Rolling Stones released their 2005 "Rarities" compilation, but this week, sharp-eyed Internet message board users pointed out that the album's cover photo is missing an important element of the original photograph: former bassist Bill Wyman.
Looking at the album cover side by side with the original picture, it's obvious that Wyman's image has been digitally removed, and somewhat sloppily at that. You can still see his bass cable hanging between Mick Jagger's microphone stand and guitar.
Wyman was the bassist for the Rolling Stones for three decades, joining in 1962 and leaving in 1993. Wyman then went on to form a new band, the Rhythm Kings, with whom he performs to this day. Wyman is also active on Twitter, though, at press time, he had not commented on the album cover's omission.
Tuesday, March 23, 2010
Lenseen says each bottle of "Vulva Originals is real" and contains "real vagina" from one blonde woman, who is featured prominently on the company's website (must be 18 to view) .
How they get the scent is a trade secret, however Lenseen told Vice magazine, “I can tell you we don't get it from any masturbating techniques, or squirting into jars. I sometimes tell people that we got many women to sit on horse riding saddles for 10 hours a day and took samples. But that’s not true.” That Lenssen is so mysterious!
The true scent of a woman can be yours for the f24.90 (about $33.75 usd).
In the famous words of Al Pachino, "Whoaahh!"