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Wednesday, June 22, 2011

SPAM: Rate the Fu##ing Record

Dear Reader,
It's time for everybody's favorite game, Rate the Fu##ing Record.
The song is a fancy schmancy studio recording of the timeless classic, "Jenn I love you and you love to rollerskate."
Again, this is from the recording sessions with Stephan Junca on Drums and James Boblak on Engineering.  In case you're new to the business of music and the making of tons of money in it, "sessions" are these things that occur when people get together to record a "project".  It's a lot like going to counseling sessions except it's probably cheaper by the hour at least on the scale that we did it.
After it starts raining money, the album the song will be on will be called, "Stephan and Paulette;  Loved by Ones".
In other news, Cousin John, Mr. Let's Paint TV, is in town, and we recorded some more important music which will be part of something really important.
Here's a video for the song we did, Isopropyl Alcohol.  It's about isopropyl alcohol.  Careful, there's saliva involved.  DO NOT watch this video if you don't want to see saliva.  If you are repulsed by saliva, DO NOT click on the link.
Love Always,

Saturday, June 18, 2011

Underemployed Bowls are Devastated

Oakland, CA
I interviewed over 10 underemployed bowls from all over oakland and they all said that they were devastated.  Here is the transcript from the interview.
P:  How do you feel about being underemployed bowls?
BOWLS 1-10:  We're Devastated.
P:  All of you?
BOWLS 1-9:  Yes
BOWL 10:   I sometimes like to dream of being a bird flying high above houses and water, landing and hopping around, foraging for food.
P:  But you're devastated otherwise.
BOWL 10:  Yes.

Wednesday, June 15, 2011

SPAM: It's sunny and wram tadoy

Hi Person,
Most all of you diehard fans on the mailing list have been asking, pleading, begging, u, u,k, us, suffering me to send more crap out, so that's what I'm doing write now.
if you haven't already seen it, here's my high budget video for the Bike Riding in a Dress song on which Stephan Junca played drums.  Stephan is a drummer who plays drums, and he played drums on this song with his feet and hands and sticks.  His nickname amongst all of his friends, of which I count myself one, is "Bam Bam" after the cute little bedrock baby in the honeymooners, the first real TV sitcom.  Stephan played alongside Jackie Gleason in this role and later went on to play the role of "Bandit" in the movie "Smokey in the Bandit".
The video was filmed on location in the South of France, the Cote d'azur, with government money embezzled from when I was class treasurer at the learning annex and the art academy.   you may notice some of the famous sites we visited, but there's a chance you might not notice them if you're not paying attention, or you don't watch it, the video.
we all got really sunburnt, but it gave us a chance to talk to people about all the money we spent.
"you're really sunburnt, you must have been picking cotton or grapes in the san joaquin valley?!"
"no, we were in the south of france, on location, shooting a glamoourous music video with movie stars, envious person"
"that must've cost a lot of money"
"yes, it did, it cost a lot of money"
"wow, that's impressive, and to think, if you didn't have a sunburn, I would never have known"
I also made a song about people who's songs play in the superdupermarket when you're shopping.
Love Always,