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Wednesday, October 14th, 2009
12:15 am
[internetcouple]
Wednesday, September 30th, 2009
5:56 am
[nicotinedesire]
10/11: Capitol Punishment II - The Washington, DC Fetish Ball returns!
DC's Ultimate Fetish Party returns!

Sunday, Oct 11 at Ultrabar (911 F St NW).

$15 advance tickets available at CapitolPunishment.net
$20 at the door
21+

FlyerCollapse )
Saturday, August 16th, 2008
10:49 am
[johnnyblank]
Pink Lipgloss
Lil Mama, rap...and piglets...of course!



JB
Thursday, July 10th, 2008
5:05 am
[johnnyblank]
Goodbye Suddenly
my first music video
a closure piece for my last relationship



jb
Tuesday, April 8th, 2008
8:15 pm
[thischicslife]
Monday, April 7th, 2008
10:56 am
[johnnyblank]
hangman homicide
a morbid twist on the hangman game.
made by my evil clone-- georgiewong.




if doesn't embed-- go to this link: http://youtube.com/watch?v=Qcvk-hULNvE



jb
Saturday, April 5th, 2008
3:22 pm
[evilgrins]
hot as Hell...but she scares me sometimes
Some of you may recall my list "Behold the Power of Boobs"...but if not here ya go: Clicky!

Well, watch her wiggleTassy·Pink had a small issue with the one that went Boobs are a lot like snowflakes...with the exception that you can't smoosh a bunch together and throw them at people and decided to display evidence to the contrary.

BEWARE THE FLOPPY HORRORSCollapse )

Current Mood: distressed
10:44 am
[evilgrins]
okay, I was trying to spare you all but we're past that now
LJ is host to a cute animals community and an ugly animals community, the latter of which I moderate. During the course of preparing stuff for the two I discovered hairless cats: the Sphynx and the Kohona. Generally the 1st looks decent enough and the other looks all sorts of wrong.

On one side of the spectrum we have this cute lil' sphynx kitty.



then there's the other end of the spectrumCollapse )


Current Mood: scared
10:05 am
[evilgrins]
we have a winner!


Current Mood: indescribable
Friday, April 4th, 2008
9:44 am
[evilgrins]
think I've finally gone over to the bad place

Happy | Sad | Angry

It's Peanut Butter Jelly Time!


Pretty simple:
  • Download your own set (still having hosting issues) from the display link.

  • Find a handy place to host the mood set.

  • Use the Mood Theme Editor to set it up.

  • Prefer you download your own set but you may direct link at your own risk.

Direct linking with dimensions:


Current Mood: high
Wednesday, April 2nd, 2008
11:01 am
[evilgrins]
Monday, September 25th, 2006
11:31 am
[cityskip]
Music to get knocked out by
By Chuck Bennett
amNewYork Staff Writer

September 25, 2006
It sounds like the premise for a silly comedy sketch, but famed boxing gym Gleason's is serious about bringing live chamber music to its monthly fight nights.

"It will be like a pre-sixth century Greek ritual," said cellist Dan Barrett, who originated the idea of pairing sets of pugilism with classical music.

Barrett, who has performed on several PBS documentaries, approached Gleason's owner Bruce Silverglade on combining the two "arts" into one event at the Brooklyn gym.

"I thought it was just terrific," Silverglade said. "Everybody I talked to and mentioned it to, just loved it."

Thus "Strike!" was born -- an evening of chamber music intermingled with boxing bouts of Gleason's fighters who are under 18.

Musicians -- complete with harps, cellos, and violas and a double bass -- will set up in one ring while the boxers in training will duke it out in another. The final fight of the four bout event will actually have musicians doing free-form improv music to match the action in the ring. The audience will get kazoos and other instruments to join in.

In recent years parents have been taking their children to gym for training.

Whether it's getting an overweight child back in shape, teaching a wild child self-control or a bullied kid self-confidence, the gym has become like a community center for kids.

"Kids learn a sense of control and self-command, a feeling of congenial relations to their milieu rather than an adversarial relationship with their milieu," Barrett said.

And that environment would be an ideal place to expose them to classical music, both Barret and Silverglade said. After all, both boxing and music require incredible discipline, patience and training.

Money collected from the $10 tickets will be used to fund workshops for children in literature, philosophy, film music and art.

Strike
A New Music & Boxing Extravaganza
Saturday, October 7, 8 p.m.
Gleason's Gym
83 Front St., Brooklyn

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By Chuck Bennett
amNewYork Staff Writer

September 25, 2006
It sounds like the premise for a silly comedy sketch, but famed boxing gym Gleason's is serious about bringing live chamber music to its monthly fight nights.

"It will be like a pre-sixth century Greek ritual," said cellist Dan Barrett, who originated the idea of pairing sets of pugilism with classical music.

Barrett, who has performed on several PBS documentaries, approached Gleason's owner Bruce Silverglade on combining the two "arts" into one event at the Brooklyn gym.

"I thought it was just terrific," Silverglade said. "Everybody I talked to and mentioned it to, just loved it."

Thus "Strike!" was born -- an evening of chamber music intermingled with boxing bouts of Gleason's fighters who are under 18.

Musicians -- complete with harps, cellos, and violas and a double bass -- will set up in one ring while the boxers in training will duke it out in another. The final fight of the four bout event will actually have musicians doing free-form improv music to match the action in the ring. The audience will get kazoos and other instruments to join in.

In recent years parents have been taking their children to gym for training.

Whether it's getting an overweight child back in shape, teaching a wild child self-control or a bullied kid self-confidence, the gym has become like a community center for kids.

"Kids learn a sense of control and self-command, a feeling of congenial relations to their milieu rather than an adversarial relationship with their milieu," Barrett said.

And that environment would be an ideal place to expose them to classical music, both Barret and Silverglade said. After all, both boxing and music require incredible discipline, patience and training.

Money collected from the $10 tickets will be used to fund workshops for children in literature, philosophy, film music and art.

Strike
A New Music & Boxing Extravaganza
Saturday, October 7, 8 p.m.
Gleason's Gym
83 Front St., Brooklyn

From <a href="http://www.amny.com/news/local/am-box0925,0,2532645.story?coll=am-topheadlines" target"_blank">amNew York</a>
Sunday, September 24th, 2006
2:45 pm
[cityskip]
Funny yet creepy
Wish I knew the story behind this..

Friday, September 22nd, 2006
9:46 pm
[cityskip]
He-Brew


New York: A company that started out as a joke celebrates 10 years in business.

Founder Jeremy Cowan says that starting out, he and his friends just thought it would be fun for Jews to have their own beer and brewed up something called "He-Brew". Ten years later, with two million bottles sold, it's not a joke anymore.

Cowan says he likes the beer, but wouldn't want to abandon the inside joke that started it all, the punch line being "don't pass out, pass over."

Article
Monday, September 11th, 2006
5:37 pm
[adameros]
This weekend I went to the Port Townsend Wood Boat Festival held in the waters off of Port Townsend, WA, USA.

Enjoy the pictures.





Shiver me timbers!Collapse )


The whole lot can be found here:
http://images.adameros.net:8000/thumbnails.php?album=275
Sunday, December 18th, 2005
8:05 am
[thischicslife]
Eight sent to asylum after horror exorcism killings in Mexico
AP , MEXICO CITY
Saturday, Dec 17, 2005,Page 6
A judge ordered eight adults committed to a prison psychiatric facility for 40 years on Thursday for the grisly exorcism slayings of a seven-month-old baby and a 13-year-old girl in a remote mountain community in western Mexico.

The brutality of the Dec. 7 killings -- the baby was hacked to death and dismembered while the teenager killed with stones -- has shocked Mexico. Officials say the killers were the victims' own parents, grandparents, uncles and aunts, who had become convinced the girls were demons or possessed by the devil.

They carried out the ritual slayings, accompanied by prayers, the lighting of candles and the sacrifice of farm animals.

A ninth suspect -- an aunt described as the alleged instigator of the slayings -- remains at a psychiatric hospital in the state capital, reportedly in an even worse state of mental illness.

Judge Ana Maria Raya Razo, who ordered the commitment, said that members of the extended family had acknowledged carrying out killings. They said they were convinced they had to save themselves from demons.

"The psychiatric testimony showed that they were suffering from a delusional psychotic state, with paranoia and hallucinations," Razo said from Penjamo, the Guanajuato state township where the killings occurred.

"For example, they said they saw animals, demons in the girls," Razo said, citing testimony from the case.

"They said they had animal's faces, the faces of monkeys, that they had demons inside and had to be killed in order to for them [the adults] to save themselves," she added.

According to Rodolfo Gonzalez, spokesman for the Guanajuato Attorney General's Office, police were tipped off to the killings by an anonymous phone call.

They traveled on foot -- the only way into the remote, three-house hamlet where the family lived -- and found the baby girl mutilated, and the body of 13-year-old Juana Perez Frausto tied to a stake and battered to death.

The baby, Maria Elena Perez Gutierrez, had had her arms and legs cut off, and her belly cut open. The suspects later claimed that they saw animal excrement instead of her intestines.

About 10 children and adults -- members of the same extended family of about 30 -- were found locked into a house, where they had been confined for three days, apparently because they too were suspected of being possessed.

According to police reports, goats, pigs and chickens had been sacrificed at the site.

Ismael Gonzalez, private secretary to the mayor of Penjamo, located 290km west of Mexico City, said the suspects were known as "a normal family."

"This is the first case like this here ... this is not what people in Penjamo do," Gonzalez said.

He said that Amalia Perez Hernandez, who alleged started the hysteria after visiting a faith healer, had become catatonic and had been taken to a psychiatric hospital after she was detained.

The suspects -- Reinaldo Perez Hernandez and Hermelinda Frausto Lopez, the parents of the 13-year-old -- and the parents of the baby, -- helped kill their daughters, but were found not responsible for murder due to insanity.

taipeitimes.com

Current Mood: shocked
Monday, December 12th, 2005
8:21 pm
[bizarre]
OT
Help me freak this dude out by swarming this post (and his inbox) with replies acknowledging the post.

I told him that I would get him back for canceling on me (we have a sibling rivalry type thing going on) and he will panic when he sees everyone responding to this post.

Help me out, please!

http://www.livejournal.com/users/bizarre/443936.html
Friday, November 18th, 2005
10:50 am
[posterchild_]
1-inch Buttons



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Tuesday, October 25th, 2005
9:45 pm
[posterchild_]

calendar preorder
The Monster Theater Official 2005-2006 calendar book is now on preorder status. the calendar is 14 months long and comes signed by PeeMonster, with a stand to display each month easily.
please click here for more CALENDAR info and photos of display



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the largest size is 24x20 inches, and all of them come in the 20x16 size.
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Thursday, October 20th, 2005
5:04 pm
[onceupon]
Perfect for Halloween
THE CAT WITH HANDS

Sooooooooooo delicious and creepy. You simply must watch it.
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