liberty punk "the irony of the information age is that it's given new respectability to uninformed opinion."
Thursday, July 08, 2004
I'm adding Velociworld to my links because I just started reading this guy a few days ago and he's already sent me to Dictionary.com two or three times. That never happens. Also, he is funny as shit (the funny kind, not the shitty kind) and appears to be a tremendous fan of "The Good, the Bad, and the Ugly." That's three things Velociman's got going for him, there.
Also: I just watched Michale Graves' appearance on The Daily Show, and I'm now left wondering if he had any idea what he was getting into when he did it. Of course they were gonna make your skull makeup the focus of the "interview," dude, so why'd you even bother trying to talk seriously about anything while looking like that? The Dashboard Confessional Lawrence Arms guy was unintentionally funny as well, every time he began to say that he respected different points of view and then finished by calling everyone else's "stupid."
Also also: Speaking of The Daily Show, I keep reading about how embarassing Mike Wilson's recent appearance on it was. I haven't seen it yet. At least in Wilson's case, however, he claimed (in one of his site's News updates) to have some idea of what they do to you when you agree to be interviewed on the show. I only hope they didn't make him look too foolish.