2106 Payne Avenue

Thursday, February 02, 2006

After some booze and a moviez I had some late nightz snack-tion at a dinerz where Lil Jon & The East Side Boyz atez.

It was the Crunkest Burger I ever hadz.

Fo Rizzle.
Brian Crum 4:10 AM | 14 comments |

Friday, January 27, 2006

So many people have asked me, "Brian, will you please, please update so we can see what you've been doing in your jet-setting, exciting life?" Well, I've been so busy jet-setting and being excting I haven't had time until now. And sadly, yes people have asked for updates though not in those exact words.

So here it is: The Great '05 Wrap-up/'06 Blow-up in Pictures of '06

I killed King Kong in Times Square for getting his ape-y paws all over my woman. (Over 90% of King Kong's fur was actually harvested from Peter Jackson's back. - The More You Know. doo do doo do)

Brian Crum 4:50 AM | 2 comments |
I took more pictures of bathroom graffiti


Thanks for the tip.
Brian Crum 4:49 AM | 0 comments |
So maybe I drank beer more than twice. But it ends here.


I swear.
Brian Crum 4:49 AM | 1 comments |
I drank a beer once, or twice.


I always show my Midwest pride by drinking beer from Milwaukee.

Oh Snap!
Brian Crum 4:49 AM | 0 comments |
I drank beer at a bar with a bear.
Dr. Seuss I'm not.

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Due to a transit strike, I walked over an hour to and from work for three days. It was fun in a "I'm walking so fast I'm sweating, but its so cold my nuts just froze to my leg" sort of way.

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I didn't sleep. I'll do anything for Rheingold.

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To make things up to us the MTA followed the strike with this notice on the weekend.


For the non New Yorkers out there this is the statistical equivalent to finding out you are dying of cancer, but finding out they know how to cure your type. Then you win the $6 billion Powerball but shortly after are struck by lighting, but survive - only to be eaten by a terrestrial shark as you recover.

Yeah, it is that uncommon.
Brian Crum 4:46 AM | 0 comments |
I realized the dangers of cloning.

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Brian Crum 4:45 AM | 1 comments |
I saw these two fuzzy men on the fuzzy subway. The mustaches they were sporting were a dead giveaway they recently snuck out of a time machine without realizing it is no longer fashionable to wear caterpillars on your upper lip.

I wouldn't be making fun of this fuzzy men (yes, I would) except they were harassing the woman seated across from them. During this trip I heard them use the words 'booty', 'big', and 'jungle' in a slightly different order.

Additionally, I moved to a new apartment and nobody has been shot here yet.
Brian Crum 4:44 AM | 0 comments |

Monday, November 28, 2005

A short list

1. INCREDIBLE

2. American Dad is getting better - They rhymed "Saudi Arabia" with "labia," a rhyme that would even do the Bloodhound Gang proud.

3. Two nights after the first shooting in front of my building there was a second.

4. Best anagram ever (some background here):

This is my story of Jack the Ripper, the man behind Britain's worst unsolved murders. It is a story that points to the unlikeliest of suspects: a man who wrote children's stories. That man is Charles Dodgson, better known as Lewis Carroll, author of such beloved books as Alice in Wonderland.

becomes:

The truth is this: I, Richard Wallace, stabbed and killed a muted Nicole Brown in cold blood, severing her throat with my trusty shiv's strokes. I set up Orenthal James Simpson, who is utterly innocent of this murder. P.S. I also wrote Shakespeare's sonnets, and a lot of Francis Bacon's works too.

I'm kind of curious to check the accuracy of this but then again I don't really care enough.

Brian Crum 4:34 AM | 30 comments |

Thursday, November 24, 2005

Right after a really beautiful night with a head full of thoughts about how good people can be and simultaneously enjoying the first winter snow I heard a barrage of gunshots outside my window.
Brian Crum 2:56 AM | 0 comments |

Saturday, November 19, 2005

Party on Dubya

How many laughs do you think they had about this headline around the office?


When reached for comment by imaginary phone W said, "Hello? (audible sniffing) HELLO!"

"Mr. President, do you have a comment about yesterday's Times article regarding the climbing price of cocaine?"

"AT LEAST THIS AIN'T THE 80'S! I'M NOT MADE OF MONEY YOU KNOW?!?! OOO GOD DAMN!"
Brian Crum 2:27 PM | 1 comments |

Monday, November 07, 2005

Free and Legal Music

After months of ignoring the upgrade prompt from Winamp I finally caved. Until recently I'd still insisted on using the stripped down Winamp Classic (still in the 3.x) because I have this funny idea that I don't need my mp3 player to make me coffee, organize my life or jerk me off - though I do fondly remember sitting with friends watching some of the first truly beat driven visualization packages, and eating Bruno dough by the fistful.

Winamp finally dropped support for the 3.x generation players and I didn't feel like searching third-party sites to just get Winamp so I joined the 5.x generation. An upside is visualizations that really blow my mind, even without the proper 'tools' - a pizza with sandwiches on it and Bruno dough.

Though the point of this finally, the newest upgrade of Winamp comes with a 100 mp3 trial of eMusic.com. Just provide credit card information and you get one month to download 100 mp3's before any charges are incurred. Cancel anytime before your month trial ends and you pay nothing and have 100 legal mp3's to your name. The major bonus is their eMusic download manager (an irritating add on that enables you to download entire albums with one click).

During the time I posted this entry I already downloaded my 100 songs (well downloaded/queued my selected albums) and in several minutes will likely have canceled the account and uninstalled the download manager.

How painless was that?
Brian Crum 12:55 AM | 11 comments |

Sunday, October 30, 2005

No comment necessary.
Brian Crum 2:27 AM | 18 comments |