Monday, April 16, 2012

Tupac Killed It At Coachella

Dude I would have gone ape shit if I saw this in person. I was a big 2pac fan back in the day. "I ain't a killer but don't push me...revenge is like the sweetest joy next to getting p* paragraphs are loaded...wide words being quoted" was heard on a loop in my old ride the '87 Nissan 200SX back in the mid to late 90's. This isn't real, it's a holographic 2Pac, but they need to seriously start doing this shit for dead artists. I'm not even joking. I would love to go see a dead Jim Morrison perform "Alabama Song" or Biggie belt out some "Big Poppa." While we are at it why don't we bring back a holographic Rocket Ismail so I can pretend the last 20 years of Notre Dame football never happened. Or maybe a young Cal Ripken before he got all fat and bald? I'm sure the Japanese are on top of it.

By the way the best days of rap were back in the 90's. You had NWA, Dre, Snoop, Ice Cube, Eazy E, Biggie, Too Short, Tupac, etc. just killing it. Today's rap is just fucking horrible. I know I sound like some old asshole who thinks his generation is better but mine really was. I feel bad for college and high school kids these days. Not only do they got to listen to shitty rap but when they are done with school they won't be able to find a decent job and will be saddled with an enormous amount of college debt. See the key to life is to drop out of school, have a few kids, get government assistance and bitch about rich people while you vote for Obama. It's as American as apple pie.

Now excuse me while I pop my hip back in place.


Probably Not A Great Idea To "Streak" At A Rugby Match

Rugby player Olly Barkley with the picture perfect form tackle. I've never heard of Olly before this drunk got taken down on the pitch but if I was going to pick a rugby name I think Olly Barkley might be the best suited for one. It's sounds like a superhero name. It would either be Olly Barkley or Steel McNuts.

Via HotClicks

Hockey Isn't Violent At All

I swear watching the NHL Playoffs is like watching a tennis match or even a ballet. Such grace and definitely a gentlemen's game.