Monday, October 27, 2008

Save Your Generation

"The massively influential band Jawbreaker is planning a reissue of their Unfun album. They'll also be the subject of an upcoming documentary. To top it all off, Frontman Blake Schwarzenbach also revealed that he's making music again with an as-yet-unnamed group. " -

hell yea.

also, The Fad broke up on friday after 8 years of playing together. This explains why they weren't at Bucci's show.

and Another Breath is recording their new album "God Complex" this winter.

Saturday, October 25, 2008


Friday, October 24, 2008

Tuesday, October 21, 2008

My friend Eric's band

Firing Squad - 6 Songs to Live Your Life By

it's awesome. check it out.

in other news, im really fucked up. my muscles and joints are killing me and those red blotches are now on my arms, legs, and back. crazy right? hope i make it out of this one.

(EDIT: turns out it's strep, which is weird because my throat doesn't even hurt. it hurt a bit last week though, so i guess maybe the strep spread to other shit and fucked me up. penicillin, 10 days, 3 pills a day. i'm half glad i have strep because at least they know what it is and can cure me.)


Friday, October 17, 2008

Weekend Summons

We have a very busy weekend. The following 'crews' will be assembling. Attendance is mandatory:

Moe's Crew
Brew Crew Crew
Guitar Rescue Crew
Jam City Crew
Gary Is A Piece Of Shit For Backing Out Again Crew
Short Shorts Party Crew
Blunty Sunday Crew
Christmas Room Crew
Writing Sesh Crew

...and I'm sure other crews will spring surprise meetings on us.


- Kevin

Wednesday, October 15, 2008

my dick. suck it.

another website/interview for me and the bike that is tall. click the picture.

i fucking love coffee

so hard i made this while it was brewing.

Monday, October 13, 2008

This Weekend's Big Winner!

Mark Dalton Hurley

Congrats Mark.
You did it.

The night stretched on and things were beginning to look grim for us all, but you pulled it off last minute. I guess it ain't over till it's over. I'll learn from your persistence.

This coming weekend will be huge. i can feel it in my bones...

Thursday, October 9, 2008

Let the games begin...


This is my portrayal of what would happen if our landlord found the jam room after repeatedly telling us not to use the basement.

I'm everywhere...

Hit play on that first video.

Also, this ms paint thing is bullshit, macs don't have paint so I'll be using artrage. Word.

Wednesday, October 8, 2008

Monday, October 6, 2008

Check this...

...this is my cousin Johnny's internet show.

It's pretty fucking funny.

Give it a scope and leave some feedback.


This Weekend's Big Winner!

Johnny Nicholls

Congrats Johnny. least you've got the insurance when all else fails.
and that's more than the rest of us can say.

just goes to show,
if you play your cards right a little hardwork can go a long way.'s the gift that keeps on giving.

Friday, October 3, 2008

Thursday, October 2, 2008

Adventures with 505!

more to come....

So.....whats up?

Found this on at the computer lab today.
Give it a scope.

In other news, the weekend is approaching and I know everyone is hatching their plans to become this weekend's big winner.

Godspeed, boys.


Wednesday, October 1, 2008


365 days

also, mobile and self-sustaining cities of the future!!!

If a year on Mercury is 88 days, how long is a year on Earth?

Prep your B-holes,

Recent field observations in the science of quantum physics have baffled researchers with their seemingly unfeasible findings. It seems that certain subatomic particles (we're talking fractions of protons and neutrons) are indirectly observed to occupy multiple positions in space simultaneously. However, despite an exhaustive and ongoing effort the curious occurrence continues to elude direct observation. Assuming the effect remains unobservable in spite of future scientific study and development, consider the following: on the smallest of scales, the most elementary particles of our existence are the physical manifestation of our mental capacity for quantifying possible outcomes. This is to say, until assigned a definitive value, every action exists only as a probability with several possible outcomes. An unobserved particle can therefore occupy any number of possible spaces. The field data reflects this probability by representing a particular object as present in multiple locations simultaneously, quantifying the likelihood of said object occupying the space in question. Upon direct observation however, our mind and senses perform their perception functions instantly and unconsciously, assigning "truth" to a single possible outcome which constitutes our reality. The perceived outcome becomes an expression of two functions. The first is the universal probability of possible outcomes discussed above. The second, and more important, function is our capacity for conscious decision. This reflects all possible outcomes for any given probability predicated upon personal choice, such as deciding where to get lunch. It is therefore likely that thought processes determine much of our physical reality instantaneously. The outcomes contingent upon this reality are bound by the sum of all probabilities contained by both our physical circumstance and conscious decision. The question of alternate realities contingent upon probabilities not recognized in our own reality is best left for another day though...