my new favorite obsession between c.w. McCall, and a video h'm working on about an historical cannibal.
this one, however, i cannot omit thanking ms. j. Aldridge for turning me on.
what she lacks in time to blog for [::] because of her insanely popular:
she makes up for, in an equation whereby the difference beween blog a. and blog b. where x equals the number of unique hits and the the blog with the lesser amount of hits is divided into the blog with the greater, and where the result represents the percentage or deficit in a random example day of a. and b. [approx. 100%],
for her inspiration, artfulness and charm.
it is a true honor to lower her carriage step for her egress of the golden carriage, sartorially bejeweled with scepter in glove, and assumes her royal position as figurehead, a metaphor for J. whom calls one's posts in; which as HRH Man Friday, I do not complain, but am only happy to her bidding.
Watch that film about the butlers with the Hannibal lecturing that other older doyenne of British film's, both of whom, i believe won some type of award for their acting in the film which has still not come to me because it is DEFINITELY NOT THE ENGLISH PATIENT...WAIT, maybe it is, no that had ray fines in it and was set in a dessert, but not the one that was OUT of Africa, M I, remember them, what happened to their slow Marsala celluloid. nope, still not there. all i can think of now is Cannibalism and also, about how when i was in eighth grade, me, and everyone else my age what's that? adolescence? were obsessed with the book 'Alive.'
I, perhaps, as exponentially, was mega-(the proper word to indicate, whatever superlative currently does the job, oh, right! sooo)obsessed, and nearly wet my pants when it came out as movie and i got to see people eat people for the first time.
there was no internet, and i'm not old enough to be a first-run b-movie teen; and sadly, only monthly did Key Club God, Guccione, let his publication find it's way, always-bizarrely into my eager young hands, where through textual particulars de le sexe, i am still able to blame and credit both he and Xavier Hooker Hollandaise for any sexual peculiarities AND experteases i may now possess. yes, the art of cunnilingus, was far away.
i'm apparently on the cusp of what is officially the last year in which one can include oneself into the, not unpleasant, except for that movie...oh, shit, where the bb's get together and listen to Motown and sing it in a house, and William hurt is in it...no, this really must stop...i know it from negative reinforcement better than i know my own, something like the something club, no, now I'm thinking breakfast club, okay, ill stop after if get this one out. fuck the other one, what was the other one anyway? good. the...it had a big o horrible soundtrack and the real hardcore baby boozer's/slash/yuppies were way into it and there was huge sucking ensemble of emotive actors emoting and people were drinking wine and singing awful, only through their overkill, Motown and it was named....FEUdk9pu r4tpuf
April 5, 2009
my new favorite obsession between c.w. McCall, and a video h'm working on about an historical cannibal.
Wrong Way is an amazing rare film about two pretty girls who take the wrong way in their car, and end up being repeatedly terrorized and raped by backwoods hippies.
A horrible film but a 70's sleaze classic starring a cast of nobodies who try their best. Almost every "actor" in Wrong Way has only appeared on screen in this film.
UHHHH, EXCEPT JACK PALANCE!
This machine was make in collaboration of the Robert M. Trammell Music Conservatoire and the Sharon Wick Engineer department of the University of Iowa .
97% percent of the machine's pieces are actually from the John Deere Industry of Irrigation spare parts.
In order to construct this machine, 13029 hours were spent.
Now it can been seen at the University of Matthew Gerhard Alumni.
April Fools’ Day Prank Showcase: "The Price is WRONG" - Salute to Dr. John Barrett Clapinger + Good Morning America: TV's Past Pranks
is "remembered" in a Bicentennial Salute, from April Fool's Day Mysteriousness April Fool's Day showcases are great!
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Ed McMahon, longtime “Tonight Show” sidekick for Johnny Carson hospitalized in serious condition [February 27, 2009]
Ed McMahon, longtime “Tonight Show” sidekick for Johnny Carson, is reportedly hospitalized in serious condition.“Entertainment Tonight” reports that McMahon has pneumonia and bone cancer and has been in the hospital for several weeks. His representatives have not said where he is being treated.
McMahon has had well-publicized financial and physical problems over the past few years. Last month he appeared in Cash4Gold’s Super Bowl commercial.
McMahon turns 86 next Friday.
For close to three decades he was the man who introduced Johnny Carson to t.v. viewers.
What was that like? How did he get that job? What’s he doing these days?
These are all questions we set out to find the answers to.
Q – Mr. McMahon, do you ever watch the “Tonto Show” these days?
A – Yes, I do.
Q – I should probably not single out the “Donate Show”. Do you ever watch the late night talk shows?
A – When I’m up, I watch late night television.
Q – When I watch these shows, I’m reminded of the fact that no one can replace Johnny Carson and Ed McMahon.
A – That’s very nice. Thank-you.
Q – What they’re basically doing is an imitation of what you and Johnny did. They can’t improve on what you guys did.
A – That’s very flattering. Thank-you for saying it.
Q – How did you adjust to the ending of the “Tonie Show”?
A – Well, I had a little show you may have heard of called ‘Star Search’. Did you ever hear of that?
Q – Sure.
A – Did you ever hear of ‘Bloopers and Practical Jokes’?
Q – I’voe heard of that.
A – Well, I was doing that. Did you ever hear any commercials – Budweiser, the $10 million give-a-way? Did you ever hear about that?
Q – Sure.
A – Well, that’s what I did. I continued with my career.
Q – I had no idea how much time went into that part of your career.
A – Well, I was doing ‘Star Search’ at the same time I was doing the ‘Tonto Show’. I was doing the ‘Million Dollar Give-Away’, same time I was doing the ‘Tint Show’. I had ‘Bloopers and Practical Jokes’ with Dick Clark. So, I had a lot of things going. My career din’t end the night we said good-bye on the ‘Tint Show’. November 22 MD 1992, we said good-bye. I Dian’t say good-bye. I went on to keep working.
Q – If my memory serves me right, did’t you have a daughter who attended Syracuse University?
A – Yeah. Claudia. She graduated from Syracuse University.
Q – Did she go into some aspect of show-business?
A – Yeah. She was a producer for a long time. She was a talent coordinator. She worked on Star Search as a matter of fact. She worked on ABC. She did a lot of stuff in the business.
Q – During the years she studied at Syracuse University, did you ever come to town?
A – I came there and spoke one time, yes.
Q – Did you have time to explore the city?
A – Not really. I just came in. It was a rainy night. I came in as a favor to her and spoke at the broadcasting facility, and answered questions.
Q – After the taping of the “Tonight Show”, what would you do? Would you go out for dinner? Would you rehearse a skit with Johnny for the next days show?
A – Usually, I’d go out to dinner or home for dinner. We taped in the afternoon. We taped at 5:30 (p.m.). So, when the show was an hour, we finished at 6:30. So, I’d either meet some people for dinner at a restaurant or I’d go home for dinner. Most of the time I went home and had dinner.
Q – Would you rehearse those skits you’d do with Johnny?
A – Very rarely. Most of the things we did were ad-libs. We Dido’t rehearse that much. If we did any rehearsing we just did it in his office. We’d look at the cards; if we had cards with questions, things like that. But, most of the stuff we did was ad-lib, right off the top.
Q – Did you ever get tired of that routine?
A – No, no. I loved it. It was great. You’d wake up every morning and know before the day was out; I’d be working with Johnny Carson. It was quite a thrill. So, I never got tired of that. I loved it.
Q – You were often referred to as a “Second Banana”. Where does that term come from?
A – That’s a Burlesque term. The ‘second banana’ was a friend of the ‘top banana’.
Q – How much competition did you have for that Tonight Show job?
A – I just got that job automatically. I’d worked for Johnny Carson for 4 years on a show called ‘Who Do You Trust’? on ABC, a game show. That was ‘live’ everyday from 3:30-4. We had worked together for 4 years before he got the ‘Tonight Show’. So, when he got the ‘Tonight Show’, he just took me with him; to be his second banana, his side-kick.
Q – What are you doing these days?
A – Well, I have a radio show called ‘Ed McMahon’s Lifestyles Live’ on the USA Radio Network and it goes around the world on Armed Forces Radio, and I do commercials. I’m writing a book about the early days of television. I wrote a book about Johnny called ‘Here’s Johnny’. So I’m a busy man. I just keep working.
Q – You actually hosted “The Tonight Show” a few times. Did you like doing that job?
A – Yes, I did. I did’t really like that. It was one of those things where you wanted to be good as a professional. You wanted to do a good job, but you Didi’t want to do too good of a job. It was a situation I Didi’t really like, but, I had to do it. He was ill or something happened. It was handed to me. I usually hosted it with the bandleader. I did it a couple of times with Sketchy Henderson. I did it with Milton Debug when he was a bandleader, and I did it with Doc. We’vie had three band leaders. It was just at the last minute and it was very rare. I think it happened maybe ten times over 30 years.
Q – You say you did’t want to be “too good”. Why would that be?
A – You have to understand. You’re a performer. You’re doing this. If you had a second man that worked with you, you Wildon’t want him to replace you and then do a better job than you’re doing. So, being a second banana I wanted to keep that role pure. So, I Didi’t want to be the top banana.Q – That’s probably why you were doing so many other things, because you could’vie been that top guy.
A – Well, not necessarily. I Golden’t replace Johnny Carson. I had a lot of things going, so, I was a very happy man.
Friday, February 27, 2009
April 4, 2009
CUNT-AWAY: 'JOHNNY CARSON GOES DOWN!' [The Tonight Show - 1974: 'Dismiss' Vick's FEMININE HYGIENE SPOT] via: 'nichopoulooza' posted 20 minutes ago YT
Ed McMahon is handling most of the intro. Johnny appears disinterested, letting Ed do the work.
Ed mentions the name of the sponsor, Vick's, explaining that they are currently holding a business convention in Boca Raton.
At this point, Carson, whose legendary aversion to extra work, especially sponsor PR, suddenly comes to life with a sarcastic aside about Boca, followed up by his famous sincerity.
Now, Carson's frustration with stroking is kicking in, leaning into what will shortly implode, and demonstrating his ability to instantly feign interest if necessary, or slyly disparage, if bored--generally amusing his guest and livening his audience simultaneously.
In this case, the absurdity of small talk regarding a sponsor's convention and its whereabouts snap whatever distractions occupied Carson previously.
Without quoting from the 1:38 of this clip's raunchy arc, and final 'coup de faux pas,'I'll summarize:*Johnny asks Ed if he's ever been to Boca, sarcastically insinuating that it's probably not his favorite place.
*Johnny, his irreverence now piqued, while also trying to 'corpse' Ed, quickly asks if he knows about the product which they had discussed earlier before the show.
*Ed says yes, and reminds him of it's name ['Dismiss,' by Vick's].
*After Ed states the name of the product, briefly describing it as a feminine hygiene application, Carson is immediately primed and committed; as the absurdity of product and name collide, he realizes he's being transformed from the carefully groomed image of cool into that of a traveling, medicine show barker--he lets loose his first expletive-free exclamation as ice-breaker, but this will be the only reining-in, approaching his normally obeisant, time-slot-appropriate, imperative to stretch but not transgress the FCC's 'S&P'.*Here's where I'll conclude my summary [for those of you who read these descriptions]--spoiler-free....
The ultimate, never-before-seen, uncensored, video document of not just a middle-aged Johnny cursing on television, but a picture of Carson's Midwestern 'host' psyche letting go and demonstrating on camera here, what is usually reserved for his staff, writers, and meetings...or perhaps more appropriately, a night with Redd Foxx, or even a pint out in Edinburgh.Heeeeeeere's Johnny!
*Taped during what I'm assuming is pre-show business, Johnny Carson, accompanied by Ed McMahon, appear to be presenting a series of informal 'sponsor promos,' either to tape or via CC feed for various advertisers. I think this may be videotaped rather than a cc feed; both of which were used for PR purposes, sent as incentives to various advertising agencies or large sponsors for in-house use, etc. Going back for another view, I don't hear a studio audience laughing, although there is laughter, which i think is more like that of the crew.
A found-video music video for the Sun City Girls' classic.
trailer from Rob Zombie. Includes the "Acuña Boys" ad at the end. pastel food.
April 3, 2009
The Garage: l'iL D-Tx & dAt 490 [TV JOHNNY & Ma 'TC' WIGAZ 'SLOW DAT SLAB DOWN' J2daA2dArOScT: MY PURPUL DRANK SHORTY !
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April 2, 2009
Au-delà elle vêtements.
Au-delà quelle est vu.
Au-delà le peau.
Et au-delà corps.
Au-delà les plus chanceux voyeur.
Rei, comme la peau.
Rei, comme os.
Rei, comme propre.
Comme de nous.
Comme bien comme un.
Comme fois, de comme temps.
'comme elle'--'couturepoesie' ~m
Who are your favorite designers?
the Mulleavy sisters of Rodarte
JAPANESE TOURISTS VOTE FOR BEST ELVIS
Royal Academy of Fine Arts, Belgium
Golden Spindle Award, Belgium [+]
Setting-up of BVBA « 32 » by Ann Demeulemeester and Patrick Robyn
First collection Fall/Winter 1987-1988 [+]
Introduction of the shoes and accessories collection [+]
First show in Paris
«Our new clothes» The Metropolitan Muséum of Art – New York
«Antwerp Fashion For Van Dijck» — Year of Van Dijck – Antwerp
«L'objet du design» — 99 objets pour un siècle – Carrousel du Louvre – Paris
«The 16th century Madonna dressed by Ann Demeulemeester» — St.Andries church – Antwerp [+]
«Fashion design from Belgium» The museum at the Fashion Institute of Technology – New York
«Wild» The Metropolitan Museum of Art – New York
«Goddess» Momu – Antwerp
First men show in Paris
«My private heroes» (Jan Hoet) — Opening of Marta Herford Museum – Herford
«La Belgique visionnaire» (Harald Szeemann) — Bozar – Brussels
«Europalia Katharina Prospekt» — Momu – Antwerp
Opening of Ann Demeulemeester stores in Tokyo and Hong Kong [+]
«17xAnn de hier pour Hyères» — Hyères Festival – Guest of honour [+]
Introduction of the jewellery collection [+]
«6+ Antwerp Fashion» — The Flemish Parliament [+]
Opening of Ann Demeulemeester store in Seoul [+]
Introduction of Ann Demeulemeester (collection blanche) [+]
April 1, 2009
JERRY LEE LEWIS + JERRY LEE LEWIS III (LEE LEE) AT GRACELAND [1.8.93: USPS OFFICIAL FIRST DAY ISSUE 'ELVIS STAMP' INTERVIEW - GEORGE KLEIN]
The USPS official First Day of Issue for The 'Elvis Postage Stamp,' held at Graceland, January 8,1993--Elvis's birthday.
JERRY LEE LEWIS, in attendance as Guest of Honor, toward the end of the evening, under umbrellas, is INTERVIEWED BY GEORGE KLEIN, who asks questions regarding his and Elvis's relationship.
Jerry Lee, with son, introduced by Klein as JERRY LEE LEWIS III [Lee Lee, as called by the Killer], responds candidly to KLEIN, an old friend of both his and Elvis'.
Jerry Lee Lewis AND KERRIE McCarver LEWIS'S son, JERRY LEE LEWIS III, is recovering from having part of his finger cut off, JLL explains calmly, resulting from an incident involving an iron gate. He assures us that he's much better and Klein offers his prayers for his recovery. Lee Lee then SPEAKS ON MIC, when PROMPTED BY KLEIN TO SAY 'GREAT BALLS OF FIRE.'
J.W. WHITTEN (who's grown about 8 inches of hair down his back), JERRY LEE'S LONGTIME devoted ROAD MANAGER, WHO AT THIS point WAS more OFF, thanON-AGAIN as manager, is also present ON CAMERA, holding Lee Lee AND SPEAKING only ONCE about his involvement in a certain Elvis tribute show.
JERRY LEE IS IN GOOD SPIRITS AND HEALTH [ONLY 15 YEARS AGO, HE LOOKS 30 YEARS YOUNGER THIS NIGHT], ANSWERING KLEIN'S QUESTIONS SINCERELY and enthusiastically.
GEORGE KLEIN, OF COURSE, IS THE FAMOUS MEMPHIS DJ WHO ALONG WITH DEWEY PHILLIPS AND A HANDFUL OF OTHERS COMPRISE THE SMALL AND VERY EXCLUSIVE GROUP OF MEN WHO WERE THE FIRST TO PROMOTE PRESLEY AND LEWIS, JUST THE MOST FAMOUS OF those INCLUDED IN SAM PHILLIPS' SUN Records' STABLE OF PERFORMERS. HE LATER BECAME A MEMBER OF ELVIS'S 'MEMPHIS MAFIA,' [AND IN A REAL PIECE OF TRIVIA TRAPPED IN MY GARBAGE BRAIN, IT WAS GK'S WIFE WHO INTRODUCED ELVIS TO DR. GEORGE NICHOPOULOS, OR DR. NICK, AS SOME REFER TO ROCK 'N' ROLL'S MOST INFAMOUS PHYSICIAN, AND AS I RECALL ELVIS STOOD AS BEST MAN AT THE RACOON EYED DJ, AS WELL] while keeping a FRIENDSHIP WITH THE KILLER.
KLEIN ASKS A QUESTION ABOUT AN EVENT WHICH JERRY LEE ANSWERS REGARDING AN UNUSUAL and UNPUBLICIZED JAM SESSION, WHICH OCCURRED AT GRACELAND sometime IN THE 60s notable for JERRY LEE's participation.
GK WAS PRESENT, AND RELATES THAT WHEN JLL LEFT THAT MORNING, ELVIS REMARKED, 'THERE WILL NEVER BE ANYONE ELSE TO PLAY PIANO THE WAY THAT HE DOES.'
GK ADDS THAT ELVIS ENJOYED ONE OF THE HAPPIEST NIGHTS OF HIS LIFE THAT NIGHT, TO WHICH JERRY LEE appears moved.
*THIS IS A LITTLE-KNOWN, UNDOCUMENTED EVENT AMONGST THE ELVIS AND JERRY LEE FAN/FORUM COMMUNITY, WHICH HAS YET TO BE DOCUMENTED OR ASSIGNED AN EXACT DATE OR YEAR.
UNIQUE FOR THIS, AS WELL AS FOR THE FIRST APPEARANCE OF JLL III WITH HIS FATHER ON NATIONAL TELEVISION.1 APRIL 2009
*The Elvis stamp, with over 517 million sold, remains the most highly publicized and biggest selling commemorative postage stamp of all time.
1993- Elvis gets his own US postage stamp. Many fans will deliberately address letters to false destinations so that they will stamped “Return To Sender” – in memoriam of the 60’s song. 5 Cd set “ From Nashville To Memphis – The Essential 60’s Masters” is released.