walkin through the school in my KHAKI PANTS
when they see how i be fresh they do the khaki dance
and i’m snappin like the back of your hat
this a track you can call it burrito cuz it’s a rap
SWERVE SWERE SWERVE
(#1 hip hop jam of the summer right here, folks)
Bend baby bend.
life does not get better than this.
A cat dressed like a shark on a roomba chasing a duck.
The internet NEEDED this today.
Oh no wolves!
Hey folks! It’s the FREE COMIC BOOK DAY 2013 poster by your pal Rusty! Once again I will be at Super-Fly Comics and Games in Yellow Springs selling prints and hanging with the homie JFX316. There will also be performances by comedian Viet Huynh and Adam Warrock that night!
This poster is EXCLUSIVE to this event (I will be doing a Marvel Luchas version down the road). You can ONLY get it at the show with a qualifying purchase.
BUT! I am doing something for the folks who can’t get there! Reblog this and email me your tumblr name with the header (FCBD poster) at firstname.lastname@example.org for a chance to WIN ONE OF FIVE FREE 11X17 I am giving away! US only! This will run from now until my birthday April 15th (which I’m totally not opposed to these CDs coming my way for, won’t affect your chances of winning but JUST SAYING)
GOOD LUCK everyone!
Alt-Rock Legend Tommy Stinson Talks About Guns N’ Roses, Puff Daddy, and a Replacements Reunion
If you’ve listened to rock music over the last two decades, there’s a good chance that you heard the influence of The Replacements. Bands like Nirvana, Foo Fighters, Wilco, Green Day all owe a head nod in the direction of the ‘Mats. The group, which started out as a Minneapolis punk band in the ’80s, were unlikely innovators famous (or, infamous) for their wildly unpredictable performances – brilliant one night, obliterating the stage in a drunken rampage the next.
Great article via TIME Magazine