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From The Digital Sweatshop
The Music, Art and Travels of Alan D. Oldham a.k.a. DJ T-1000.

Bored, Bored, Bored.

Sunday, June 04, 2006

What's up, my babies. Started today bored as shit. Beautiful day outside, but not much happening at all. I remember when my life was really exciting, every day something new came up out of the blue. Now it's dull as shit. To me, anyway.

Giaxia bought me some new t-shirts and shorts from Old Navy, that was nice of her. I guess it's to make up for the fact that she never seems to get around to doing my sites anymore. And Amanda got me that Warhol shirt I was wearing in those pics below as a birthday present. I had been drooling over that shirt for months. She's so sweet. Got to love the generosity of women.

I'm still bored though.

I put out an ad on Craigslist for a new singer for my little trip-hop thing. EA just wasn't working out. Which is a shame, 'cause she's a genius. Time to move on, though.

I hope I get somebody soon for this thing. I'm not holding my breath, though, 'cause people are so shit these days. They really are. We'll see.

And still working on Lindsay's painting little by little. I keep getting new ideas for it and starting over.

Went and saw "V For Vendetta" this evening with Giaxia. It was really good, and timely. I never read the original comic it was based on so I had no preconceived notions of it. Bits of it were fantastical, but what do you expect from a sci-fi flick based on a comic, written by the Wachowski Brothers. The message of anarchy against fascism was clear enough, though. You leave the theater wanting to blow up the White House like they did Parliament in the film. In fact they dis America pretty hard in this film. Mainstream corporate media fomenting revolution? How ironic.

It was shitty that there was no Superman preview, since this was a Warner Bros. film. But we saw it in a second-run house for $3.00 so what do I expect.

-AO :: 11:44 PM ::


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    By Blogger www.family-house.net electronic culture, on Tuesday, June 06, 2006 2:13:00 AM  
  • I too caught V a few weeks back at the cheap show and really, really liked it. I ran into a few people who said they didn't really understand it and needed to see it again. I immediately knew those people were total morons, as the message of the film pretty much slaps you in the face.

    Went and caught The Davinci Code and didn't really get to see any good previews. 007 casino royale was the best i got. No superman. No Ghost rider. Dump.

    By Blogger Brian_48026, on Tuesday, June 06, 2006 7:10:00 AM  

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