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(Pinning to the top for few days) Voice is good. Sometimes voice can be heard by reading someone over a long period of time, but there is nothing like the good old spoken voice. A friend at Blue State Digital is working on a project with Americans United for Change and asked me to pass this along. Deal basically is to pressure Voinoich into changing his stance on the war – vocally. They are using Evoca to let you record a message and the voices will all be sent to the good Senator. Get busy after the jump!

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Have YOU Had Enough?

On August 7, 2006 By

Rickie Lee Jones and Squirrel Nut Zippers have. Hat tip Dave and Crooks and Liars.

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Duherum Remix

On August 4, 2006 By

Duh…er…um…lemme just add…uh…

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Next up is a band i hope you’ll all like. They are called Purge and this song is called Dig, featured on their 1996 Magnetic Planet release. Bonus points for identifying the singer.

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Update: Huffington Post takes it viral!

We interrupt Gonzo Week to bring you this important and time sensitive message. Please see the following viral ad spot produced by the Plundercrew. Download the MP3 file (rename it) and send it to your friends.

Thank you. That is all.

Tiberi Pac Man ad:

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Here Come The Bastards III

On July 20, 2006 By

This post’s musical accompaniment by Primus:

First news of the swiftboat bastards Stevens, Reed, Curcio, & Potholm coming to town via a DeWine attack ad in July. Now we have evil incarnate coming to headline a $100 plate fundraiser.

They’ve played this tune before, only this time the pitch is off.

— btw, Claypool will be in Cleveland while us bloggers party down at Blogapalooza. Might have to hit the book signing though!

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It’s A Series of Tubes!

On July 13, 2006 By

This is something I can't pass on and since I'm in such a fun mood lately, I must share this with you. Some of you might know about Senator Ted Stevens' recent speech regarding the Internet not being a truck…but a series of tubes. You can hear the whole speech here, but I'd rather give you the abbreviated techno version:

Download it and keep it handy – it’s a real pick me upper!

Thanks to Paul Holcomb at boldheaded.com for that. Really, Paul Thanks! Senator Stevens might want to check out an article by the […]

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…going into the tank for a bit…

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Respect The Classics Man!

On July 5, 2006 By

This photo made me think of a line from the movie Cars from Filmore, the hippie bus character:

It is also something I’d like to remind Bob’s detractors:

…couple more photos after the break…

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Smells Like Teen Beat Boxing

On March 22, 2006 By

Wanna know what happens when you get sick and and have no energy to do anything other than watch Magnum PI reruns and surf the web for meaningless diversions? Well…you come across a Japanese guy going all Bobby McFerrin on Nirvana’s Smells Like Teen Spirit. (Warning: Please swallow whatever beverage you may be currently drinking. I will not be held responsible for laptop damage!)

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You can find more at www.dokaka.com

…and now back to your regularly scheduled program…

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