Friday, January 27, 2006

First off, has anyone seen the video for "You're Beautiful" by James Blunt? A friend recently told me about it. I'm not telling anyone to watch it. Just be prepared for something to hit close to home if you do.

Moving on...

I'm convinced now more than ever that Kanye West is an ass. The new Rolling Stone cover doesn't offend me as a Christian, it offends me as a hip-hop fan. Do you hear Eminem going on and on about how brilliant of a lyricist he is? Does Jay-Z proclaim he's "gonna have a problem" if he doesn't win Album of the Year?

If Kanye is really as important, creative, and inspiring as he says he is....should he have to remind us every five minutes?

Also, Kanye isn't the first hip-hop artist to wear a crown of thorns. NaS carried a cross and was crucified in his 1999 video for "Hate Me Now". Does it get more ridiculous than that?

On another note, I was wondering how I'd be able to watch the new season of The Sopranos when it returns in March. I don't have HBO and I've been weighing other options. My prayers may have been answered.

Does this guy look like a good Bond to you? I guess it's more important that he's a compelling actor, I just don't see him as a 007 type.

Shouldn't this Superman be a little more buff? He looks a little better here, but it could still use some work. That's enough talking about a man's buffness.

Check out the new Imago Media site. Sexy.

Speaking of sites, I love the new look of

And finally, as always, The Onion blesses us again.


Anonymous Anonymous said...

Oh my gosh...that video!


January 27, 2006 8:34 AM  
Anonymous Anonymous said...

I think of him as a dumb man with a microphone...everytime he opens his mouth he just sounds stupider!!! I didnt know that was possible, but he's done it again! congrats...whos the gold digger NOW

January 27, 2006 8:43 AM  
Blogger Jackie R. said...

Ok, that video is f*ed up. geez.

January 28, 2006 12:52 AM  
Blogger Greg Boncimino said...


I saw that video back in November and decided not to say anything.

Too much, too close.


January 31, 2006 1:22 AM  

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