What's the highlight of this Entertainment Weekly interview
with Kevin Federline? Probably when he says that Murdock was the 'brains' of the A-Team.
What's the highlight of this letter
that Sage Francis wrote in response to something MC Serch wrote (on his MySpace page, natch) about white rappers? Possibly the part where he encourages Serch to read 'Bomb the Suburbs.'
"Hustler's P.O.M.E., it's food for the soul," he said. "I really put my heart and soul in it. I know it's hard out there, I know to get $15 to buy an album is very hard, so if you need to get that bootleg, I'm giving you permission. Because I know sometimes your money can't allow to get the official copy. I just want to be heard. I'm giving you a lot of sh-- on there. The words are instrumental to the struggle that's going on."--Jim Jones
(the Dipset guy, not the People's Temple guy)
'I tend not to email or -- not only tend not to email, I don't email, because of the different record requests that can happen to a president. I don't want to receive emails because, you know, there's no telling what somebody's email may -- it would show up as, you know, a part of some kind of a story, and I wouldn't be able to say, `Well, I didn't read the email.' `But I sent it to your address, how can you say you didn't?' So, in other words, I'm very cautious about emailing.'--George W. Bush, in a CNBC interview
I'll be visiting Cleveland this weekend. Call me or something, if you're so inclined.
A lagniappe of cultural kitsch and B-movie claptrap