REP THE OX .:Aug 22 09:.
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Mysteries of Pittsburgh .:Aug 20 09:.
I have Blockbuster online and I get chance to rent a bunch of movies each month. I rented this movie Mysteries of Pittsburgh and watched it last night. Why I rented it, I have no idea. The cover looked cool and I've seen pretty much all the new releases. I rent random movies like this all the time. It's really hit or miss and almost all of them aren't worth talking about. Anyways this was an interesting flick. There was a part in the movie that I was completely not expecting and when I was watching it, I was like "WHAT!!!". If you watch this movie hit me up and let me know what you think. It's definitely an adult R rated movie. Not recommended for the kiddies.
How It All Started... .:Aug 20 09:.
well not really... So I was cleaning out my garage and decided to clean
this thing up and bring it in the house. I used to make mixtapes on
an old Tascam Portastudio back in 1994 with DJ Bojo. Wish we still had
that thing just to have it but we sold it some time ago. Our next
machine was the Yamaha MT4X which is shown below. I think we got it in
1996 or 1997. The 4-tracks of choice back then were the Tascam 424 or
this Yamaha. We used to think the full logic capabilities was so high
tech back then. The first official mixtape I put out with this was
Turntable Lounge Vol. 1. I used to give it out for free to cats who
used to roll to the old TTL. Funny story is that Jo_iLL designed the
cover before he actually decided to become a designer. I guess you
could say I was one of his first clients. I have no idea what happened
to that artwork and am bummed I don't have a copy of that cover. I
remember giving a copy to R-Type back then and he was trippin that I
put the thing in a jewel case and actually had a cover. I remember him
saying to me "damn... you made a cover." Mastering was a pain in the
butt with this thing because you actually had to play the entire
mixtape from the machine and master on the fly. If you effed up you
had to start all over. LOL.
HGB Logo I Re-Up .:Aug 20 09:.
So we got some new Logo I tees. This time in heather with black text.
Available in S, M, L, XL, XXL. If anybody in the crew is interested in
them before they make it to www.freshcrate.com. Hit me up.
24 hours in the Yay... .:Aug 20 09:.
So now that summer school is over I decided I needed to get away for a
quick 24 hours and rolled to the bay. Mostly to visit fam but also to
get some business done as well… here’s some flicks of my 24 hour SF
turn-around trip… Got off the plane and hopped the BART
Then took the N into the city and creeped over to visit my folks on
Haight… Amoeba is ALWAYS a must. Had to say what up to Louie and then
snag some wax. (By the way… they now have a FRESH supply of my mix cds…
gettem while you can!) One of my all time favorite artists, Jor… this kid KILLS it on the customized kick tip as well. BIG UP the homie Lango- No Remorse… SD representin in the Yay!!!
Then over to visit the fam at True… big ups to ALL the fam there! If
you’re EVER in SF True is an absolute MUST! They have the freshest gear
and the dopest kicks. Plus all the peeps who work there are MAD cool.
Word up!!! Be on the look out for my dude Jern Eye… yall aint ready. Hahaha!
After HOURS of walking and 6 blisters sponsored by my Clarks Wallabees,
I met up with Joel and hias friends from high school Mike and Marissa.
Went for dinner at Nopalito but didn’t want to wait,so we eneded up at
Alembic and then rolled out to meet up with Daeta and Char for ice
cream. THENNNN off to crash out at Joel’s pad in Fremont. (Here’s what
Joel did when we got back… smackin fools on Call Of Duty)
Woke up the next day and got gas at this gas station that had a… well…
quite frankly… one of the DOPEST ideas for a drive in spot…
Hopped a plane in Oakland and was back in SD 27 hours after I left her.
Word up… Had the craziest headache, but WILL do it again soon.
(Hopefully for longer next time hahahaha…)