Monthly Archives: July 2010
Here’s a little bit of trivia about Hall of Fame starting pitcher Gaylord Perry. In 1972, Perry appeared in 41 games. His record? An amazing 24-16: He had the decision in all but one of the games he appeared in. … Continue reading
In which Bon gets shot in the back by his bandmate. Never trust a bass player. Or Malcolm Young. I can’t tell which one did it, not that I haven’t watched this like ten times in the past three days. … Continue reading
From Abandoned Luncheonette, 1973. Hall lip-syncs on the choruses and doesn’t even bother with the verses at all. Really it’s more important that he just smokes. And if you stick around for the whole thing, at the end you’ll see … Continue reading
I started making this list last summer, when for some reason I was suddenly very keen on determining the golden age of American mass-market candy manufacturing. I guessed it would be the early 1900s, but it turns out it was … Continue reading
So put some frickin information, films, and music on the Internet, then, already. Assholes.
The Beach Boys, “Cool, Cool Water,” from Sunflower (Reprise/Brother, 1970) I first heard this Smile-era song on the Good Vibrations box set, where for some reason it is but a minute and thirteen seconds long. Here, in honor of a … Continue reading