Listening to the new season of What had Happened Was has me looking back at some of those turn-of-the-21st-century weird-ass rap records. This classic is undeniable.
I’m excited for his new album that is out in May(?).
I’ve been enjoying the PS5 but something about the huge white cover had been bugging me.
It’s getting better.
It has been a long long time since we could record in person, but we are back at it:
Mike & Adam – Pink Jimmy
Followup and Footnotes
Music Break: Company Flow – Silence
Hot Ones parodied on SNL
Snowpiercer (TV series)
Kong vs. Godzilla
The Usual Suspects
The Public Radio
What Had Happened Was
LOTR: Return of the King
Closing out Spring Break with some sandwiches and a pitcher at Chiocca’s.
It was, even if only for half an hour, a taste of the Before Times and very welcome.
Sunrise comes early here in Va. Beach.
I thought I was done with strongman contests, but when Chris gets back in the Hosting game I guess I’ll need to get back in the contest game. It’s just 8 weeks after my next weightlifting meet so it’ll be a gear-change into heavier weights.
And it’ll be in the middle of Team Tennis season, so it’s all uncharted water. I’m stoked.
And these are consistently the most comfortable meet shirts I’ve gotten. I have to size up, but they’re worth it.
I don’t remember where I first heard Stan Ipcus rap, but I’m glad I did. His style hits me the right way.
The Jack Silverman ep is a cool 3-song release and has a little more saxophone than you may have been expecting (in the good way that unexpected saxophone sometimes appears).
The Coupler “Live on Worldwide FM” set just came out today so I haven’t gotten too deep into it. I’ve been into everything I’ve heard from them so I expect to enjoy this one, too.
It’s usually a chill time but this was too much.
The process of cutting the stencils and painting “Bob and the Mighty Wurlitzer” featuring the Wurlitzer Organ and house organist Bob Gulledge of The Byrd Theater in Richmond, Virginia. Several copies of this painting will be auctioned off to support restoration of the house organ.
This is 100% the kind of Richmond thing that I would proudly hang a print of in my house. Nils is really good.