So, what does your music suggest you drink?
Don’t listen to Rage Against the Machine alone. We suggest…
“THE RAGE AGAINST THE MACHINE”
- 4 oz. Jack Daniel’s Tennessee Whiskey
- 4 oz. Coconut milk
- 8 oz. Egg
Combine in highball glass and serve. Stir quickly.
Say What Now of the Day: In its 2011 National Gang Threat Assessment, the FBI refers to Juggalos — fans of the hip hop outfit Insane Clown Posse — as a “loosely-organized hybrid gang,” listing them alongside such gangland luminaries as the Crips, the Bloods, and the Aryan Brotherhood.
According to the FBI’s National Gang Intelligence Center, Juggalos are already recognized as a gang in four states due to Juggalo ”subsets” exhibit[ing] “gang-like behavior and engage in criminal activity and violence.”
The Feds admit that, as far as gangs go, Juggalos are notoriously bad at ganging: “Juggalos’ disorganization and lack of structure within their groups, coupled with their transient nature, makes it difficult to classify them and identify their members and migration patterns.”
In other words, they’re just a bunch of people who happen to like the same band but are otherwise separate individuals who lead separate lives. F*cking actual threats, how do they work?
“We all need that one person we can vibe with”
We Shall Occupy of the Day: 92-year-old folk music icon Pete Seeger was joined by working class hero Arlo Guthrie and grandson Tao Rodriguez-Seeger in marching with hundreds of Occupy Wall Street demonstrators down to Columbus Circle, where they performed “This Little Light of Mine” with composer David Amram, singer-songwriter-storyteller Tom Chapin, and blues musician Guy Davis.
Seeger can be seen in the video below sitting in the shadows with his cane to the right of a penny-whistle-playing Amram:
Off topic but I just had to rebog this AoP
PRESS PLAY AND LOOK AT THE GIF
LatinoLobo: I cant look away O_O
Homer: Stupid Sexy Flanders.
omg! I wish i had this bass! its ridiculously awesome!!