Saturday, January 5, 2013

Jeff Lynne- sick...

Dude. Electric dreams. Are we living in one? Hyped on this intro!

Part 2.

The remainder of the movie deals with a love triangle between Miles, his computer (which identifies its own name as "Edgar" at the end of the movie), and Miles' neighbor, an attractive cellist named Madeline (Madsen). Upon hearing her practicing a piece from Notebook for Anna Magdalena Bach on her cello through an air vent connecting both apartments, Edgar promptly elaborates a parallel variation of the piece, leading to an improvised duet. Believing it was Miles who had engaged her in the duet, Madeline begins to fall in love with him in spite of her ongoing relationship with fellow musician Bill (Maxwell Caulfield). At Miles' request, Edgar composes a piece of music for Madeline. When their mutual love becomes evident, however, Edgar responds with jealousy, canceling Miles' credit cards and registering him as an "armed and dangerous" criminal. Miles shoves the computer and tries to unplug it, getting an electric shock. Then the computer retaliates by harassing him with household electronics. Eventually, Edgar accepts Madeline and Miles' love for each other, and appears to commit suicide by sending a large electric current through its acoustic coupler, around the world, and back to itself. In the final scene, a pop song ("Together in Electric Dreams") written by Edgar as a tribute to Miles and Madeline plays on radio stations around the United States.

A love triangle involving an old ass 80's computer? Count me in.

Friday, January 4, 2013

Ah this is so awkward it's funny

Finally feel somewhat normal tonight. It's the difference between feeling like a floating fish turd and this Meek Mill video. TUPAC BACK

The future is now. It probably won't happen in America for a while. But at least you know, other countries have their shit together.

FUNCITY from Zenga Bros. I reposted a brief youtube of this event in Vancouver a while back.. Five days ago this fuller version of the Leeside Halloween Jam was uploaded to Vimeo. Superrrrr sick.

Thursday, January 3, 2013

Some photos I took on New Years in SF... in black and white.. 

ARTO/CARDIEL PHOTOS.. Thanks to Manute for posting this on FB. Sick.

Wednesday, January 2, 2013

The last few days I've been MIA. Spent the end of 2012 and the beginning of 2013 with some sort of stomach virus that I still have today. Aborting any skating or epic food missions to be had in SF. Insert laterd view from a bed or a porcelain throne. This dude basically looks like how my insides feel.