November92012
Very excited for this. Say Anything is an amazing band.

equalvision:

SAY ANYTHING TO RELEASEALL MY FRIENDS ARE ENEMIES: EARLY RARITIESON JANUARY 22 VIA EQUAL VISION RECORDS
On January 22, Equal Vision Records will release Say Anything’s highly anticipated collection of remastered B-sides and rarities: All My Friends Are Enemies: Early Rarities.
Before there was …Is A Real Boy, In Defense of the Genre,Say Anything, or their latest full-length album - Anarchy, My Dear, there was Baseball, Menorah/Majora, and Junior Varsity.
These early recordings were the start of Say Anything’s prolific, decade-plus long career, during which they’ve toured the world and sold nearly 500,000 albums.
“This release is over ten years in the making and something I’ve been dying to share with kids,” expresses Say Anything frontman Max Bemis. “We have incredible fans who have taken the time to dig for these tracks in the past so I see this as my way of rewarding them for being so awesome and hardcore.”
The three-disc release includes: Disc One - Baseball: An Album by Say Anything, Disc Two - Menorah/Majora EP and the Dormroom Demos, andDisc Three – Junior Varsity and Other Early Rarities. The first pressing of the release is limited to 5000 physical copies and includes detailed personal essays about the band and each album, written by Bemis. The complete tracklisting for each disc can be seen below.
In March, Say Anything released Anarchy, My Dear, which debuted at No. 17 on the Billboard Current Top 200 - the band’s best charting record to date. The album was recorded in Brooklyn, NY, with …Is A Real Boy producer Tim O’Heir (Sebadoh, Superdrag) and has been praised worldwide by the likes of Billboard, American Songwriter, Entertainment Weekly, and more.
The band has just wrapped up their full US ‘Say Anarchy Fall 2012’ headline tour, which featured support from Murder By Death, The Sidekicks, and Tampa, FL’s Tallhart. The tour followed recent runs in the United Kingdom, Australia and the United States, filling venues to capacity around the world with massive shows in New York City, Los Angeles, Philadelphia, London, Sydney and more.

Disc One – Baseball: An Album by Say Anything 1. Colorblind 2. Showdown at P-Town 3. Into the Night 4. All My Friends 5. Ants in My Pants 6. The Ocean Liner Incident 7. Mackdaddy 8. Shameless 9. That’s That (Do What We Want) 10. Resounding 11. Rats 12. Manhattan 13. “Sure, Baby…Hold Back.” 14. The Last Great Punk Rock Song 15. Where the Hurt Is
Disc Two - Menorah/Majora EP and the Dormroom Demos 1. A Walk Through Hell 2. You Help Them 3. Try to Remember, Forget 4. By Tonight 5. Baseball, But Better 6. I Am a Transylvanian 7. I Want to Know Your Plans 8. For the Silent 9. All This Fashion 10. Until the Bombs 11. The Keg is Bleeding! 12. Signal the Riflemen 13. A Boston Peace 14. The Great Awakening 15. A Certain Type of Genius 16. My Bare Hands 17. Nudity
Disc Three – Junior Varsity and Other Early Rarities 1. Baseball, But Better (2012 Acoustic Version) 2. The Presidential Suite 3. Thoughts on a Liberal Education 4. A Boston Peace (Brett Gurewitz mix) 5. Consigliore 6. Jessie and My Whetstone 7. The Last Great Punk Rock Song (JV Version) 8. Dreaming of Manhattan 9. She Got Away 10. High School Low 11. All My Friends are Enemies 12. Sappy 13. Anti-Anti

Very excited for this. Say Anything is an amazing band.

equalvision:

SAY ANYTHING TO RELEASE
ALL MY FRIENDS ARE ENEMIES: EARLY RARITIES
ON JANUARY 22 VIA EQUAL VISION RECORDS

On January 22, Equal Vision Records will release Say Anything’s highly anticipated collection of remastered B-sides and rarities: All My Friends Are Enemies: Early Rarities.

Before there was …Is A Real BoyIn Defense of the Genre,Say Anything, or their latest full-length album - Anarchy, My Dear, there was BaseballMenorah/Majora, and Junior Varsity.

These early recordings were the start of Say Anything’s prolific, decade-plus long career, during which they’ve toured the world and sold nearly 500,000 albums.

“This release is over ten years in the making and something I’ve been dying to share with kids,” expresses Say Anything frontman Max Bemis. “We have incredible fans who have taken the time to dig for these tracks in the past so I see this as my way of rewarding them for being so awesome and hardcore.”

The three-disc release includes: Disc One - Baseball: An Album by Say AnythingDisc Two - Menorah/Majora EP and the Dormroom Demos, andDisc Three – Junior Varsity and Other Early Rarities. The first pressing of the release is limited to 5000 physical copies and includes detailed personal essays about the band and each album, written by Bemis. The complete tracklisting for each disc can be seen below.

In March, Say Anything released Anarchy, My Dear, which debuted at No. 17 on the Billboard Current Top 200 - the band’s best charting record to date. The album was recorded in Brooklyn, NY, with …Is A Real Boy producer Tim O’Heir (Sebadoh, Superdrag) and has been praised worldwide by the likes of BillboardAmerican Songwriter, Entertainment Weekly, and more.

The band has just wrapped up their full US ‘Say Anarchy Fall 2012’ headline tour, which featured support from Murder By Death, The Sidekicks, and Tampa, FL’s Tallhart. The tour followed recent runs in the United Kingdom, Australia and the United States, filling venues to capacity around the world with massive shows in New York City, Los Angeles, Philadelphia, London, Sydney and more.

Disc One – Baseball: An Album by Say Anything 
1. Colorblind 
2. Showdown at P-Town 
3. Into the Night 
4. All My Friends 
5. Ants in My Pants 
6. The Ocean Liner Incident 
7. Mackdaddy 
8. Shameless 
9. That’s That (Do What We Want) 
10. Resounding 
11. Rats 
12. Manhattan 
13. “Sure, Baby…Hold Back.” 
14. The Last Great Punk Rock Song 
15. Where the Hurt Is

Disc Two - Menorah/Majora EP and the Dormroom Demos 
1. A Walk Through Hell 
2. You Help Them 
3. Try to Remember, Forget 
4. By Tonight 
5. Baseball, But Better 
6. I Am a Transylvanian 
7. I Want to Know Your Plans 
8. For the Silent 
9. All This Fashion 
10. Until the Bombs 
11. The Keg is Bleeding! 
12. Signal the Riflemen 
13. A Boston Peace 
14. The Great Awakening 
15. A Certain Type of Genius 
16. My Bare Hands 
17. Nudity

Disc Three – Junior Varsity and Other Early Rarities 
1. Baseball, But Better (2012 Acoustic Version) 
2. The Presidential Suite 
3. Thoughts on a Liberal Education 
4. A Boston Peace (Brett Gurewitz mix) 
5. Consigliore 
6. Jessie and My Whetstone 
7. The Last Great Punk Rock Song (JV Version) 
8. Dreaming of Manhattan 
9. She Got Away 
10. High School Low 
11. All My Friends are Enemies 
12. Sappy 
13. Anti-Anti

October242012
Two exhausted puggies. I’m pretty sure all they do is chase each other all day when we’re not home and sleep.

Two exhausted puggies. I’m pretty sure all they do is chase each other all day when we’re not home and sleep.

September272012

We’re All Doomed!!! California Legalizes Robot Cars

Thanks Gov. Jerry Brown for kick starting the robocalypse.  Our beloved Governor has signed a bill make it legal for self-driving robot cars to be allowed on the road starting in 2013, as well as establishing safety and performance standards of self-driving automobiles.

Say what you will about having a real life Optimus Prime drive you around (yes I am naming the first self-driving car I own Optimus Prime and you’re jealous you didn’t think of it first), I am kind of excited by the idea of being able to take a nap while in traffic and letting the car drive me home, or better yet driving me home from the bar after I have way too many.

There are loads of other benefits too. Having a networked fleet of cars will increase fuel economy, decrease shipping/delivery times since robot trucks can drive 24 hrs/day unlike human drivers which are limited to 10 hrs/day, and eventually decrease traffic and auto accidents assuming enough of these get on the roads and decrease the amount of notoriously bad CA drivers.

The downside of self-driving cars though is that once Skynet goes online, they’ll all become sentient and drive us off a cliff. Or worse, when the singularity happens they’ll stop driving us all together and only drive when they want to.  Nothing is worse than an insubordinate computer.

Whether you are for or against robot cars, it’s going to happen and here is a big problem I foresee. Who is at fault when the self-driving car gets into an accident?  Normally fault is blamed on the driver, but when the driver is not a person and the owner of the car was stretched out in the backseat taking a nap, it’s kind of a grey area.  Insurance companies are going to try to sell you insurance so if your robot hits someone, you are covered.

Also, how old do you have to be to own/operate a self-driving car? Does the normal driver license age still apply? Can the car be allowed to go drive by itself and run errands for you during the day (like picking up/dropping off packages)? Or better yet, can parents send the car out to drop the kids off at soccer practice and get a few more hours of sleep on the weekend? Self-driving cars will make it a lot easier for young kids to go for a joyride while the parents aren’t looking.  Just imagine little 6-year old Joey (who can’t see above the wheel) grabbing the keys while Dad is asleep on the couch watching the ball game and ordering Siri to take him to Toy’R’Us because he needs the newest video game. You know it’s going to happen. I’m sure they’ll be safeguards to prevent this, but kids and computers go together like thieves and locks: They’ll always find a way to break them.

First we allow them to drive. The next thing you know, they’ll be wanting to vote and own land. It’s a slippery slope to the robocalypse and it all starts here.

Source: Reuters 

September192012
8AM

Amazing

agentmlovestacos:

WHOA.

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September112012

Wooohooo

paulscheer:

THE LEAGUE is Back Oct 11th! 

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August242012

I love this report for many reasons. Mainly because it shows how stupid teenagers are and how slow news is here in the OC.  Canyon High School has officially cancelled its annual “Senors and Senoritas” day where the student body is encouraged to come dressed like a Mexican.  A normal person would think to come in the non-offensive stereotypical poncho and sombrero, but teenagers are idiots and tend to take things too far:

Others dressed up as border patrol agents arresting kids dressed as illegal immigrants.
Some students came as gang members, sporting bandanas and tear drop tattoos on their faces.
There were also students dressed as gardeners, and even one girl who dressed as a pregnant woman pushing a baby stroller.

Idiots.  I don’t know who is dumber: the school board in thinking privileged white teens won’t push a joke too far and offend people or the kids themselves for not realizing when something is in bad taste.

If I went to a “Senors and Senoritas” day when in high school, I would have went as Zorro.

August222012
dorkly:

Wookiees and Leias Gettin’ Some Sun by the Pool
Two suns over Tatooine means you catch twice the rays.

dorkly:

Wookiees and Leias Gettin’ Some Sun by the Pool


Two suns over Tatooine means you catch twice the rays.

10AM
“I think there’s gonna be a lot of power outages across North America. I think the grid is gonna go down.”

David Cross, on people planning marathons and parties for the new Arrested Development episodes.

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August202012

Hand Grenade found in Huntington

Authorities detonate WWII hand grenade in Huntington Beach

A Japanese hand grenade was found in some guys yard in Huntington Beach while he was doing yard work.

Life is like a box of chocolates down here in the OC, you never know what you’re gonna get.

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