Tuesday, June 30, 2009

XF| IWTB Kiss ;)

I Want To Believe Re-Invented by ~ThePerlaNation on deviantART

I posted the WIP before and now that it's done. *squuuuuueeeee* lol ahahah
Chris, This is the angle we want. ahahah

Sunday, June 28, 2009


Figgin'Funny. hahaha

Also Check This Out

Kevin is such a sport hahaha

Bon Jovi| Stand By Me with Iranian Superstar Andy

MJ| I will be

I remembered when I was 10years old it was still on cassette tapes. I would sleep with MJ music on,and I've been eying Dangerous unto my collection, When I bought it, I listened to it from beginning to end. This became my instant fave MJ album.

I've always loved 'Will You Be There' Track, I like the beat it's soothing and I as I grew, more like mature, I was able to understand MJ's lyrics, This was a good track but after the tragedy, I listened to it now, recently, read the lyrics and I was dumbfounded, like "Gone Too Soon' (also from Dangerous), became a song for MJ, himself.

Mike, I've always been there,
I became a fan and a strong-dedicated one even when your second accusation went up.
Music without Prejudice.

I'm an Invincible (2001) era fan ;)

Will You Be There
Hold me
Like the river jordan
And I will then say to thee
You are my friend

Carry me
Like you are my brother
Love me like a mother
Will you be there?

Tell me will you hold me
When wrong, will you skold me
When lost will you find me?

But they told me
A man should be faithful
And walk when not able
And fight till the end
But Im only human

Everyones taking control of me
Seems that the worlds
Got a role for me
Im so confused
Will you show to me
Youll be there for me
And care enough to bear me

(lead me)
(lay your head lowly)
(softly then boldly)
(carry me there)

(hold me)
(love me and feed me)
(kiss me and free me)
(I will feel blessed)

(carry me boldly)
(lift me up slowly)
(carry me there)

(save me)
(heal me and bathe me)
(softly you say to me)
(I will be there)

(lift me)
(lift me up slowly)
(carry me boldly)
(show me you care)

(hold me)
(lay your head lowly)
(softly then boldly)
(carry me there)

(need me)
(love me and feed me)
(kiss me and free me)
(I will feel blessed)

In our darkest hour
In my deepest despair
Will you still care?
Will you be there?
In my trials
And my tripulations
Through our doubts
And frustrations
In my violence
In my turbulence
Through my fear
And my confessions
In my anguish and my pain
Through my joy and my sorrow
In the promise of another tomorrow
Ill never let you part
For youre always in my heart.

Saturday, June 27, 2009

MJ| Lisa Marie Presley's Blog

click to read.

I've decided not to post the whole message from LMP.

When it comes MJ & LMP subject,the MJ community is split into half or so I believed.
I for one was pro and never doubted their short lived marriage. Through the years I've somewhat followed LMP's career, even bought her album. She would do interviews and would say 'not-so-nice' things towards MJ and the whole marriage thing. The one thing remained constant was she would always say She loved HIM. If that was a lie, a set-up and all the sh!t the press said She would've not said it over and over again. Just my MO.

With regards LMP's blog I'm as blank as I was yesterday, it's not a bad thing it's just.....just read the first part. that's all I'm saying.

Message to my Cats (friends)
to my concerned cats-- I'm doing fine, I'm not hurt anymore, just sad, it's not a bad thing, I'm progressing. lol see ahahah I making lame jokes now -- progress ;) seriously thanks for your concerns.

MJ| Various Artist Tribute Song

"Better On The Other Side"


"Better On The Other Side"
[Diddy talking]
I remember the first time i seen you moonwalk,
I believed I could do anything,
you made the world dance,
you made the music come to life

[Chris brown - Chorus]
This the type of song that make the angels cry,
i look up in the sky and i wonder why?
why you had to go, go
I know its better on the other side,
you were chosen from the sky
never gon let you go,

[The Game]
Whos Michael Jackson,
Your Michael Jackson,
Im Michael Jackson,
We all Michael Jackson,
I guess what Im asking is everybody bow their head for a legend dont breathe for a second,
now let the air out, grab the hand of somebody you care about,
so you can hear my message, my confession,
someone tell Usher, i seen the moonwalk, i guess the young thriller touched him, like he touched me, like he touched you,
so carry on his legacy, something i must do, so i trust you lighting candles, concrete visuals, me and my brothers listen to jackson 5 in the living room,
first thing i did when i heard was call puff,
cos him and Mike tried to stop the beef between us,
who was us? Me and fifty, that beef is dead, him and Mike Jackson gonna take us to the ledge.

This the type of song that make the angels cry,
i look up in the sky and i wonder why?
why you had to go, go
I know its better on the other side,
you were chosen from the sky
never gon let you go,

As Im pouring out this liquor candles start to flicker,
when list (?) my air ones, MJ was my nier.
Not the one that play ball, the one with the hollywood star,
and since im a hollywood star im gonna tell you my story,
[Courtesy of KillerHipHop.com]
never had a family that close, never see Barry Gordy walking through interscope,
just like me they always had Mike in a scope,
no matter what you say,
im gonna love him and hes still dope,
let me take you back to 85 when i was in a zone, dancing for my momma thriller jacket with all the zippers on,
now im doing 90 bout to crash in this Aston,
listening to Outcast, Im sorry Mrs Jackson [Damn - Dope line from Game - KillerHipHop.com]
anything i can ever do to better you your son was our king so we wont Corretta you,
Im writing this letter to all the Jackson kids, we all Jackson kids, time to let us through.

This the type of song that make the angels cry,
i look up in the sky and i wonder why?
why you had to go, go
I know its better on the other side,
you were chosen from the sky
never gon let you go,
[Lyrics courtesy of KillerHipHop.com]
This song brought me back to tears again.

Best Line: we all Jackson kids

Truly The MAN is very influential.

MJ| it'll all be a dream.

I'm feeling better now, still cried a few times though, but the pain is slowly fading away. I can listen to his songs now, that's quite a good start although no ballads as of this moment, though listened to 'You are Not Alone' cover by Kirt. Everything else is a coping session for me. Well, the only reason I feel so down is the comeback tour, I read an article off yahoo, probably give you the idea why.

"There was that Michael that was just like no one else and no one else could touch," he said. "The shame is that new generation won't see that — but we all came close to being able to see it again."

read article here.

guess it'll all be a dream then.

Friday, June 26, 2009

.Michael Jackson.

truly the most tragic event that happened in my life.
I'm still in shock, no words can describe how I feel.
I don't even know how to react.
Half me wants to believe that it's all a dream, a joke.
Part of me is at ease that MJ is in a better place. Finally he's off from tabloids and other loads crap!
but the most part, I just can't believe that I can no longer see & hear MJ sing, even for the last time.

It's too soon, too sudden.

He's few weeks away from his comeback tour, was looking forward to it, anticipating...and bam.
It's really hurting.... I've tried to distract myself with things, school went on smoothly but now, I'm here on my own, the pain stings. It really hurts!

My message:
Mike, I know you're in a better place.
I'd like to thank you for your Music.
Truly an inspiration.
I may not been a fan since day one but the day I became one, you have been a part of my life 9 years running and that would be 'til eternity.
Your my influence even this blog site bears it. The number 29 that's yours right there.
Maybe that's why I just can't stop this tears from falling...you moved me.
as corny as it sounds I don't care.
I don't even give a damn that you don't know me.
Here I am a stranger to you, loving and admiring you.

One Man can make a difference and that's you.
We've been over this a million, billion times.
I don't care what people say about you, what people think about you.
I listen to Music without prejudice!
Music is YOU.

Mike, you will be truly missed but I'm certain your music will live forever.
almost 4 generations and that wouldn't stop there!

I love you.
King of Pop.
King of Music.
The Legend.
The Greatest.

Rest In Peace Michael.

To all MJ Fans:
I've always loved the MJ community and always will be.
I love you guys.
Let's have this whole day for grief and sorrow,
let everything out
and after this day,
Let's kick it right back up.

06.25.09| The day I'll mourn forever.
don't take this the wrong-depressing way, what I meant with my statement is that, MJ has a place in my heart, it's a great loss, that's why I'll always mourn, but not longing kind of way, it's just that it's such a great loss, too many personal factors involve that I doubt it'll get fixed.

Californication| can't take it anymore

for a billionth time, June 2009 is David Duchovny HEAVY! but this new Californication set pics does not give justice at all. I repeat...does not give justice at all. He looks frakin' amazing!
is it just me or DD had a new haircut??

I need Californication now!

Seeing these pics...I don't mind being a PA.

more set pics here.

Thursday, June 25, 2009

HP| Snape Chicken Dance

am no Harry Potter Fan but I love Alan Rickman and Snape
because of the long wait for HP6: Half Blood Prince, let's warm ourselves a little. See Snape Dance

XF| Creative.Imaginative.frustrated?

it's been really really really DD heavy this month that I've been staring, (more like drooling) on my computer screen. Checked haven and boom another reason to stare and this time wander my mind into things.....things. hahaha

Behold XF: Fight The Future Sex lol
**click pic for HQ**

That eases frustration thanks Imagination. lol

with XF history, this kind of contact is almost porn. hahahah


Wednesday, June 24, 2009

Movie| Sherlock Holmes 2009

wooohoooo am I giddy all of a sudden.
I want to have this.
Robert Downey Jr. Looking Good! Jude Law's not bad. lol
This is a pretty nice Christmas Film. :D
Visit Official Site here.

**click pic for Larger Pic**
click for HQ here.

*click pic for Larger Pic**
click for HQ here.

Tuesday, June 23, 2009

Music| Heavy Metal Stripped and Orchestrating

At school killing time and not working on my assignment which is due today...man I gotta get things straight...poop

Just finished my endless research paper and hopefully I gave justice to John Carpenter, after choosing him as my topic I not only like this guy but totally admiring him now. anyways not the point of my post (just worth mentioning) as I've said thanks to Twisted Sister's new song '30' I'm back to heavy metal genre.

All of a sudden, out of frustration form my endless paper, I need some music to help me unwind and shit, then my purty lil' mind started playing Scorpion's Hurricane. searched it on YouTube and clicked the 1st vid and boom am full blown reliving my 80's Heavy Metal session.

Scorpions| Hurricane
Heavy Metal + Orchestra = MUSIC GENIUS!

Thus, triggered my 'Metal' bone...what??
Look what I found....Heavy Metal Stripped....down to acoustics haha

Def Leppard| Pour Some Sugar on Me

Def Leppard| Hysteria

Monday, June 22, 2009

Inside Joke or Truth| Tina Fey...Rang!

Inside joke...
Rang, do you agree?? ahaha
if you ask me...that would be irrelevant because it's an instant 'YES!' YES!YES! repeat million times ahahahah

** who wouldn't? amirite? rang, amirite?? lolz

**off to watch Baby Mama** hahah

Music| Heavy Metal *Twisted*

I posted before that was on hiatus mode in rock music, few days after I was lured by the rocks of god, all in the glory of Twisted Sister! I've always loved the 80's even if I was born on 91' still I long for the days of Hairspray-Big-Hair type of fashion. I think it's pretty cool and wild at the same time. It's really cool I would give up anything just to relive the 80's. enough of that.

I love Heavy Metal! Glam Metal or Hair Metal whatever you wanna' call it damn Heavy Metal is music, it's so upbeat, head bangin' rebellin' style and no one can do it better than Twisted mother-fucking Sister! They're re-releasing they're 'Stay Hungry' Album with new a song '30' which in my opinion, is so Twisted Sister,...guitar riffs, ...Dee Snider,Man DEE SNIDER! The lyrics educates the new generation audience what's Heavy Metal's all about and at the same time, talks about how Twisted Sister can still kick it.!

I've just heard the song and it's an instant classic for me I just got hooked listened to it like 5times now and said I just gotta' post this. *off to listen again*

Stay Hungry will be out on June 30, 2009
Check out the the new single '30' here.

Yes ROCK I will never Turn my back again! lolz


Sunday, June 21, 2009

Dexter| Happy Father's Day

ain't this cute. Dexter's spawn lol hahah

XF| Everything Changes

by erockfurnia

I've been addicted to this vid, am all emotional and longing for XF3. Please Fox briggin XF3 I need MSR one last time. Frak given the option I wouldn't mind following M&S till they're centuries old, This journey of theirs--relationship wise. I mean seriously even Shakespeare's Romeo and Juliet's no match. They put every couples out there to shame -- both real and fictional. I duno if am just over-stating it or I'm just really that emotional right now.

Short Film| Smile Smile Smile

Validation| by Kurt Kuenne

Short Film that actually made me cry.
Nice and moving.

YouTube Vid Info:
"Validation" is a fable about the magic of free parking.
Starring TJ Thyne(Bones) & Vicki Davis.
Writer/Director/Composer - Kurt Kuenne.

Winner - Best Narrative Short, Cleveland Int'l Film Festival,
Winner - Jury Award, Gen Art Chicago Film Festival,
Winner - Audience Award, Hawaii Int'l Film Festival,
Winner - Best Short Comedy, Breckenridge Festival of Film,
Winner - Crystal Heart Award, Best Short Film & Audience Award, Heartland Film Festival, Winner - Christopher & Dana Reeve Audience Award, Williamstown Film Festival,
Winner - Best Comedy, Dam Short Film Festival,
Winner - Best Short Film, Sedona Int'l Film Festival.

Califonication| Season 1 Review

Destruction Leads to a Very Rough Road, But It also Breeds Creation
Californication” reviewed by The TV Whore

OK, I’ll admit my bias right off the bat, which is that I have a bit of a man crush on David Duchovny, particularly when he’s busting out with some dry-wit comedy stylings. So before seeing a second of his new Showtime comedy, I was already well-inclined to like it. And though I’ve only seen the first episode, I dare say that, bias be damned, it’s a solid little show. Mind you, “Californicationdoesn’t look like it’s particularly groundbreaking as far as comedies go, but that’s fine by me — the more important thing is that it be funny. And funny it is. In fact, there’s a moment about two-thirds of the way through the premiere episode that probably got a bigger laugh out of me than any show in the last three or four months, and that’s after having already seen the scene in commercials for the show.

...read more on OPhere.

I know it's late, extremely late post but I think the intro of this review is worth posting. DD's Man Charm so to speak hahaha I just love it when Men would declare their Man Crush for David.

Inserting Technicality....
If men love DD and I love DD...I think I better start questioning my heterosexuality...lol

Saturday, June 20, 2009

NIN| Trent Reznor 'Hurt'

Freakin' NICE Vocals.
never heard NIN nor Trent, for that matter, stripped to just acoustics or the grand piano alone so this is new for me.
Hurt may sound depressing...well it is really depressing..the lyrics I mean but damn the melody and vocals just fit and everything worked out well.
Nice Song.
Johnny Cash covers's good but Trent's stripped to Grand Piano performance is better.

Ads| Kewl-Blu-Spark Cinematog

First and foremost am not a football fan nor an Adidas fan but I can appreciate art when I see one. This Adidas Football Ad is extremely awesome-cinematography wise. that's that it's awesome-- extremely.

I have been reduced to an incoherent monkey because brilliance reduces my vocabulary into some dude who only knows vocabs like awesome, cool and mind blowing.

**uhm, don't know the team nor the player so forgive me....like I said am no fan....*hides*

XF3 campaign| (Sh)erock(in') it

My apologies for not including this on my previous post, I stumbled upon it and post it here immediately. She has always amazed with her vids so it's time for you guys to be amazed too. It's simple Check it OUT. ;)

by erockfurnia

Also worth mentioning is her video,which happens to be the first video I saw from her,
IWTB| Love Remains The Same by Gavin Rossdale
this is quite sentimental, because I went and watched Nights in Rodanthe, Diane Lane and Richard Gere are on my fave list, and the soundtrack, 'Love Remains The Same' is the reason why I loved this film...well, the book was better but still liked the film. Her take on Mulder and Scully was just really emotional, the music suits the MSR. The scenes she used, Scully's line on the 'The Truth' frak that was powerful! *bow* all of the sudden I'm running out of air, that was some emotion right there! I could go on and on praising it...and You better watch it.

Check out erockfurnia's site.
erock studio
while you're there check out her other works too

Friday, June 19, 2009

Revenge| Kill Bees lolz

it's June 19, 2009 - 11 years of frustration thanks to Bees. lol

besides watching IWTB and hoping and praying for XF3 here are some games to help release those tensions...lol

Kill bees with boogers

Shooting the Bee Game

or just watch the FTF Blu-Ray bloopers for gratification ;)

some Kiss Remix lol

Thursday, June 18, 2009

Californication| Season 3 Sneak Peak

if vid not working try direct link here.

Damn June is really DD HAVEN not heavy anymore HAVEN!!!
I mean literally, my heart stopped! he's so hot! FRAKIN FRIKIN HOT!


now I only hope it'll deliver. am having expectations
1. it's going to be hot so far that's already accomplished
2. funny there were already few funny scenes 3. the emotional tone is as good as season 1 episode 8 and the whole season 2 - this is what I'm worried about..we'll see.


Wednesday, June 17, 2009

XF3 Campaign| Mytharc Rewind

Vid by the talented anelissetno1

Damn this vid doesn't give justice to my current longing.
Never realized the mythology could pump me for alien ass-kicking!
Gaaaaaah so curious how CC and Co.'s gonna wrap it all up.

die alien die...though after XF3 there will be no more X-Files. nooooooo
9seasons, 3movies, comics, trade cards, action figures and barbie dolls ain't enough.

speaking of action figures. to those who plan on selling contact me.I WANT 'EM SO BAD. not the ken and barbie...

added note: anyone could answer/edumacate me on DDEB 1 & 2 and anyone give me a glimpse of the Red Speedo Poems Page. I just to relive the XF phenomenon. *sigh*

XF3 Campaign| Priceless

here's another cute one. Had me grinning from ear to ear ;)

by XFRachgaz

Music| The Fray

Saw their 'Never say Never' MV on MTV and got hooked immediately, then downloaded their self entitled album- giving this band a chance. I guess a second chance is not needed for I'm following this band already. Not yet a fan but will see if they can convert me,if they do they'll be the first band to lure me into alternative rock genre. haha

Listen to...
Never say Never
You Found Me
We Build then We Break - nice neat ;)

Tuesday, June 16, 2009

XF2:IWTB| Another Great Review

Review by David Cox
OP here.

Why the new X-Files film is a misunderstood but compelling tract for our times

Mulder and Scully aren't just trying in vain to revive a dated franchise. This time, they're in search of a remedy for the spiritual malaise of the West

The X-Files: I Want to Believe has bombed at the box office and disappointed not just film critics but also fans of the iconic TV show. It has also puzzled them. The programme's first big-screen spin-off, ten years ago, was in essence just an inflated episode of the small-screen
series. As such, it went down well enough, particularly with aficionados.
This time, however, the brand's originator, Chris Carter, has abandoned the much-loved phantasmagoric world he created, with its ever-ambiguous narratives. In its place, he seems at first sight to be offering no more than a humdrum, body-parts-harvesting serial-killer procedural. Why?

The clue's in the title, or rather the subtitle. It isn't "The Truth is Out There", because Carter has clearly decided that, after all, the truth probably isn't out there and that whether it is or not is no longer the point. Nowadays, there's something more important than tilting at mystery. It's something we've lost sight of, and our salvation depends on getting it back.

The X-Files TV series and it first film spin-off were born of an era of pre-9/11 innocence. Their mission was to titillate the comfortable by conjuring up fanciful perils. Nowadays, we have no more need of fictional chimera: we face real threats a-plenty, ranging from terrorism to economic collapse and climate change. When it comes to dealing with them, however, we're paralysed by a loss of faith. We no longer believe in our leaders, our media, our values, our way of life or even our fellow-citizens. As a result, we are sinking into apathy, cynicism and despair, instead of confronting our demons.
(comment: I thought I can stop but...I still got issues.)
Once his TV series and its associated activities had come to an end, Carter took five years out. He went surfing, learned to fly and climbed mountains. In addition, he says, he came "closer to faith". He seems to have returned to the X-Files destined to reinvent the franchise for a new age in the light of his own epiphany, consciously or otherwise.

In his film, the message is laid on with what at first seems like excessive and unpersuasive zeal. The wintry Virginia landscape is as unforgivingly frozen as our own faithless world. In enforced retirement, Mulder clings stubbornly to his belief that there are more things in heaven and earth than Horatio dreams of. This leads him to endorse the apparently psychic visions of a paedophile priest, who in turn trusts in God's forgiveness. Scully is the sceptic on all of these counts, but puts her faith in untried medical treatments (she's now a doctor) and the God of the Roman Catholics.

By which of this rag-bag of beliefs are we expected to set store, we ask through much of the action. However, as in the best police procedurals, purport awaits the denouement. It turns out that the priest may be a faker who's in on the crime. Or, he may not. Faith doesn't deliver truth. It doesn't necessarily deliver happy outcomes, either. The fate of the child that Scully is treating remains unresolved.

Where we should actually place our faith turns out to be up to us. The Foxes (20th Century and Mulder) not only challenge the claims of truth, but neglect equally to endorse freedom, justice, religion or the American way. The quest for belief itself, however, is now so serious, apparently, that we mustn't squander it on indulgences, like the extra-terrestrials of the TV show. Faith is the key to fighting crucial battles. We cannot simply duck out of these, since the darkness finds us, not we it. Faith is what preserves our ability to press on in the face of the horror of it all. We must therefore embrace it, not scorn it.

Trite? Corny beyond belief? Well, try "Love thy neighbour". Naive or not, The X-Files' message addresses the troubles of our times. There may well be an appetite for it. The tide of Obamamania suggests that lots of people are indeed seeking a repository for faith. Those who pay attention to this film, instead of hankering for the solace that its TV progenitor provided in what is now a faraway age, will be rewarded. They will find that it fulfils the task it has set itself with unusual skill, force and panache. If imparting a moral with intelligence, precision and passion were the test, Gillian Anderson's performance would win her an Oscar.

Show faith. Ignore the critics, and go and see The X-Files. It might do you good. And don't leave as soon as the credits roll, or you'll miss one of the most affecting cinematic scenes of all time.

(comment: oh, I did not see that coming woohooo for ROS!)

Californication| Season 3 Promo (short)

Here's another doze of some Duchovny Lovin' Californication Season 3 promo.
Thank you DaniPayson for sharing the vid.
Now, I'll just wait for the other and longer promo.Yay!

June is really DD heavy! hahah and I'm not complaining it's just that I might suffer from heart attack.

Comparing the promo to season 1 and 2, am not really keen on the vid but seeing Hank, tuned to Motley Crue's 'Girls, Girls, Girls'. oh yeah Briggin Season 3!

I want Hank as my professor! I'd be happy to fail all my subject as long as he's the teacher.

Monday, June 15, 2009

Creativity| Art as We Call It

hahah this is really cool, I mean seriously, don't judge just watch lol. Really awesome.

Friday, June 12, 2009

NIN| Everyday Is Exactly The Same Live Rehearsal

One of my Fave song from Nine Inch Nails.
This song summarizes how I view the world today.
Haha-depressed lol Nah, Just Holds the Truth ;)

"Every Day Is Exactly The Same"

I believe I can see the future
Cause I repeat the same routine
I think I used to have a purpose
But then again
That might have been a dream
I think I used to have a voice
Now I never make a sound
I just do what I've been told
I really don't want them to come around

Oh, no

Every day is exactly the same
Every day is exactly the same
There is no love here and there is no pain
Every day is exactly the same

I can feel their eyes are watching
In case I lose myself again
Sometimes I think I'm happy here
Sometimes, yet I still pretend
I can't remember how this got started
But I can tell you exactly how it will end


I'm writing on a little piece of paper
I'm hoping someday you might find
Well I'll hide it behind something
They won't look behind
I'm still inside here
A little bit comes bleeding through
I wish this could have been any other way
But I just don't know, I don't know what else I can do

[Chorus x2]

Randomness| Believing in Flying Cows

All the while I though I lost it but it's still in the back of my head.
creativity+wandering mind+ stupidity+impulsiveness = Flying Cows. ahahaha
Getting bored of hearing the birds chirping wanted something different, whaada ya know, my mind suggested Cows, 'moo-ing' our sky ahahah and Hey it'll rain milk. lol

note: totally sabotaged the pic so to credit it here's the link

Thursday, June 11, 2009

Nostalgia| Missing Banana Days

Looking for a particular video and hunting down 'Tom' whom in fact when I was 12, it was summer of 2003, where in I first practiced my sleep deprivation lol due to Discussion of naners by that I mean The Banana Phenomenon. lol

It would go on and on for three consecutive days, I still remember that 1st night was about the banana's having a party and the second night was downright serious business related lol, the third night was a mixture of both. ;)

Gaaaad, I just miss the MJNO boards so much. *sigh*

I'll remember it always because it's the first fan club I joined, it was British based MJ fan club and oh the glory of the Gold Pants section. ahahaha *wait a moment for laughter* The Caption thread....the table thing 'ITC'...hahah *sigh* memories

anyways, can't find the site either of the dancing bananas dancing to a techno tune. Here's PBJ Time. Have Fun Wasting your time lol

Music| Having A Relapse of My Own

Downloaded Eminem's "Relapse" album and listened all through out the track, and I'm the type who doesn't give a damn about lyrics, just the beat. But the lyrics are very striking. Also, For some reasons I'm not having rock sessions right now, That's why I decided to have a nostalgia thing going on, Thanks to Eminem for reviving music, Rap as you call it.

I call it Music with sense and Finally not about sexual pleasures or how the opposite sex feels coz' that's not the type of music I grew up with though sadly enough artists of today do create that type of music. Enough with my rant.

Anyways, here's my take on the whole album, Listen to it from beginning to end and you'll get the idea of what's Relapse all about. Yes, the title speaks for itself on what the whole track is about, Drugs, Rehab, Blue and Pink Pills, and tons of other drugs. again with his Marshall Mothers ego, him hating his dad, talking about his life, his mom, childhood and all that but you know what, this is a different, more mature Eminem, Yes he does speak the same issues over and over again, but this time he's saying 'what's done is done, I'm ranting here, getting pissed, but you know what I'm actually doing something to go about it, picking up a pen'. I'll tell you this, True Eminem nature, it's quite a personal album, but the crowd's not left out there's a lot of things to learn off his music. Life as we know it and try to deal with it.

This is the kind of MUSIC I know.

So Far I like most tracks esp. the 2 released singles (We Made You and 3am) but 'Beautiful' is the track that did it for me. Totally great song and beautiful lyrics too.

Beautiful - Eminem
Eminem| 'Beautiful' lyrics
Lately I've been hard to reach
I've been too long on my own
Everybody has a private world
Where they can be alone
Are you calling me, are you trying to get through
Are you reaching out for me, I'm reaching out for you

I'm just so fuckin' depressed
I just can seem to get out this slump
If I could just get over this hump
But I need something to pull me out this dump
I took my bruises, took my lumps
Fell down and I got right back up
But I need that spark to get psyched back up
In order for me to pick that mic back up
I don't know how I pry away
And I ended up in this position I'm in
I starting to feel distant again
So I decided just to pick this pen
Up and tried to make an attempt to vent
But I just can't admit
Or come to grips, with the fact that
I may be done with rap
I need a new outlet
I know some shits so hard to swallow
And I just can't sit back and wallow
In my own sorrow
But I know one fact
I'll be one tough act to follow
One tough act to follow
One tough act to follow
One tough act to follow
Here today, gone tomorrow
But you have to walk a thousand miles

In my shoes, just to see
What it's like, to be me
I'll be you, let's trade shoes
Just to see what I'd be like to
Feel your pain, you feel mine
Go inside each other's mind
Just to see what we find
Look at shit through each other's eyes

But don't let 'em say you ain't beautiful woah
They can all get fucked. Just stay true to you sO
Don't let 'em say you ain't beautiful woah
They can all get fucked. Just stay true to you

I think I'm starting to lose my sense of humor
Everything is so tense and gloom
I almost feel like I gotta check the temperature in the room
Just as soon as I walk in
It's like all eyes on me
So I try to avoid any eye contact
Cause if I do that then it opens a door to conversation
Like I want that...
I'm not looking for extra attention
I just want to be just like you
Blend in with the rest of the room
Maybe just point me to the closest restroom
I don't need fucking man servant
Tryin to follow me around, and wipe my ass
Laugh at every single joke I crack
And half of them ain't even funny like
Ahh Marshall, you're so funny man, you should be a comedian, god damn
Unfortunately I am, but I just hide behind the tears of a clown
So why don't you all sit down
Listen to the tale I'm about to tell
Hell, we don't have to trade our shoes
And you don't have to walk no thousand miles

In my shoes, just to see
What it's like, to be me
All be you, let's trade shoes
Just to see what I'd be like to
Feel your pain, you feel mine
Go inside each other's mind
Just to see what we find
Look at shit through each other's eyes

But don't let 'em say you ain't beautiful woah
They can all get fucked. Just stay true to you so
Don't let 'em say you ain't beautiful woah
They can all get fucked. Just stay true to you

Nobody asked for life to deal us
With these bullshit hands they've delt
We have to take these cards ourselves
And flip them, don't expect no help
Now I could have either just
Sat on my ass and pissed and moaned
But take this situation in which I'm placed in
And get up and get my own
I was never the type of kid
To wait but I know to unpack his bags
Never sat on the porch and hoped and prayed
For a dad to show up who never did
I just wanted to fit in
Every single place
Every school I went
I dreamed of being that cool kid
Even if it meant acting stupid
Aunt Edna always told me
Keep making that face till it gets stuck like that
Meanwhile I'm just standing there
Holding my tongue up trying to talk like this
Till I stuck my tongue on the frozen stop sign poll at 8 years old
I learned my lesson and cause I wasn't tryin to impress my friends no more
But I already told you my whole life story
Not just based on my description
Cause where you see it from where you're sitting
Is probably 110% different
I guess we would have to walk a mile
In each other's shoes, at least
What size you where?
I wear tens
Let's see if you can fit your feet

In my shoes, just to see
What it's like, to be me
All be you, let's trade shoes
Just to see what I'd be like to

Feel your pain, you feel mine
Go inside each other's mind
Just to see what we find
Look at shit through each other's eyes

But don't let 'em say you ain't beautiful woah
They can all get fucked. Just stay true to you so
Don't let 'em say you ain't beautiful woah

They can all get fucked. Just stay true to you
Lately I've been hard to reach
I've been too long on my own
Everybody has a private world
Where they can be alone...
Are you calling me, are you trying to get through woah
Are you reaching out for me, I'm reaching out for you so

Yea... To my babies. Stay strong. Daddy will be home soon
And to the rest of the world, god gave you the shoes
That fit you, so put em on and wear em
And be yourself man, be proud of who you are
Even if it sounds corny,
Don't ever let no one tell you, you ain't beautiful

Wednesday, June 10, 2009

XF| FTF Hallway Scene Fan Art

Lookee this
FTF: Hallway Scene at its best lol
.totally captured the emotion.
*oh the ANGST*
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created by souldreamx
*looks for FTF DVD and listens to 'walking after you' by Foo Fighters*

Thanks to 90's technology the internet only offers *weeee* Transcripts
Mulder: After what you saw last night, after all you've seen, you can just walk away?
Scully:I have, I did, it's done.
Mulder: I need you on this, Scully.
Scully: You don't need me Mulder. You never have. I've just held you back. I've got to go.
Mulder: If you wanna tell yourself that so you can quit with a clear conscience, you can. But you're wrong.
Scully: Why did they assign me to you in the first place, Mulder? To debunk your work, to rein you in, to shut you down…
Mulder: But you saved me. As difficult and frustrating as it's been sometimes, your God damned strict rationalism and science have saved me a thousand times over. You kept me honest. You made me a whole person. I owe you everything, Scully, and you owe me nothing. *squeeeee then dies* I don't know if I want to do this alone... I don't even know if I can. And if I quit now, they win.

** then the damn BEE.FRAK THAT BEE it's been 10years and still haven't forgiven that DAMN BEE**

Walking After You| Lyrics
Tonight I'm tangled in my blanket of clouds
Dreaming aloud
Things just wont do without you, matter of fact
I'm on your back, I'm on your back, I'm on your back

If you walk out on me, I'm walking after you
If you walk out on me, I'm walking after you

If you'd accept surrender, I'll give up some more
Weren't you adored
I cannot be without you, matter of fact
I'm on your back, I'm on your back, I'm on your back

If you walk out on me, I'm walking after you
If you walk out on me, I'm walking after you

Another heart is cracked in two, I'm on your back

I cannot be without you, matter of fact
I'm on your back, I''m on your back, I'm on your back

If you walk out on me, I'm walking after you
If you walk out on me, I'm walking after you
If you walk out on me, I'm walking after you

Another heart is cracked in two, I'm on your back

XF| Making me gay lolz

In true X Files Fandom manner. It's a fact that you'll turn 'GAY for GA' and DD and GA will make you question your heterosexuality. with that said I still haven't turn gay for GA-sadly enough lol but has turned technically gay, for I found this pic hot*
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created by

Again I'm using the term technically for they're both straight, no bromance implied and I'm opting for a straight men relationship. lol Slash relationship lol ahaahh

Thanks to David for bringing that topic up now I want him and Conan renewing their vows.lol
*inside joke* watch DD's interview on Conan to relate June 8, 2009.

Tuesday, June 9, 2009

Artsie Philes| XF Comic Strip 'shippers' style' *wink*

Was working on school..stuff and was waiting for a video and look what I stumbled on.XF Fan Art, wanna post it coz' it's not only cute and extremely speculative...I mean imaginative. Seriously though it's ridiculously awesome.
Damn, the best way to keep me up. ;)

What we didn't see on IWTB lol

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.This is my new Wallpaper. so cute.
created by ThePerlaNation

FTF: Big Time| money shot anyone?? lol
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created by skuuri

May in D.C.
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created by skuuri

IWTB the kiss that we so want
damn camera angle!

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it's still unfinished says the creator
created by ThePerlaNation

kidding love you CC though seriously.
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created by ThePerlaNation

FTF| CPR? I Want to believe *otherwise*
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created by ThePerlaNation

NOW this is too cute.too adorable
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created by capsicum

Sunday, June 7, 2009

Concert| NIN in Manila

Nine Inch Nails Live in Manila
Araneta Coliseum
August 5, 2009 | Wednesday at 7:00PM

If this is what I'm gonna be experiencing, oh I'm there front and center; screaming!

NIN sponsor splintr.com
Reserve Tickets.

XF2:IWTB| Great Review

I just keep on surprising myself, out with embarrassment; laugh all you want; tag me weird if you want; what I'm going to say is 'I actually got emotional reading this review.
Yes, I completely lost sanity.sanity where are you??

original post here.
**read on the comments on the OP's site, if you're a phile or you just want to be amazed by the fandom lol**

.the best parts
MOVIE REVIEW: The X-Files: I Want to Believe (2008)
Belief isn't easy to come by these days. But - despite most reviews - I still believe in The X-Files.

Perhaps the biggest problem with this new film (sub-titled I Want to Believe) (or the production itself),arises not from the stars but from ourselves, and -- specifically -- our expectations.

Based on the savage reviews proliferating on the web and in print, audiences and critics apparently desired a Wrath of Khan, when what they actually get is...The Search for Spock.

In other words, X-Files: I Want to Believe is a more intimate, cerebral adventure than it is a "big event" summer movie. There are virtually no optical special effects in this movie. I could detect no (or very little) CGI. There are few action sequences.

There is little violence of any kind, actually (I don't believe a single gun is fired...). Mulder and Scully never even carry fire-arms, as far as I can detect. And there are no explosions whatsoever.

All the fireworks, rather...are purely human; emotional. Accordingly, the climax is one that relies on the specific nuances of human interaction and relationships, not fights, chases, or gun-fire. The film's success hinges on such old--fashioned elements as atmosphere and mood. A wintry, oppressive location -- West Virginia -- is practically a supporting character here, and the build-up of real suspense is generated through effective use of solid film techniques such as cross-cutting. This is good work, beautifully photographed; it's merely out-of-step with the kind of movies being offered in our cineplexes today.

Honestly, I Want to Believe's greatest failing has nothing to do with what it is; but rather what it is not; what people apparently "wanted" to believe about the form it would take.

One of The X-Files' trademark phrases was "Resist or Serve" and I remembered that catchphrase with bemusement while I watched I Want to Believe. The new movie daringly resists formula and classification. It flouts expectation, and what I've detected so far in the criticism of the film is a total unwillingness to engage with what the movie actually is about. I suppose if a movie isn't exactly like Iron Man, The Incredible Hulk, or Dark Knight, well...critics don't know what to make of it.

Audiences apparently feel the same way: the film opened in fourth place this weekend and grossed a disappointing ten million dollars (roughly the same opening week haul of Serenity in 2005). Yet The X-Files I Want to Believe was made cheaply - at under thirty five million dollars. Just a bit of history: that's what it cost, or thereabouts, to make Star Trek V: The Final Frontier in 1989. Almost twenty years ago. At the very least, Carter and his team were frugal...and that fact may be a saving grace for the franchise. Which - reviews to the contrary - has a lot of life and energy left in it. It's only a "dull" or "boring" movie (as critics assert), if you choose not to engage with it.

I Want to Believe picks up six years after the finale of the popular Fox series (which ended in 2002). Mulder (David Duchovny) and Scully (Gillian Anderson) are living together in a small but comfortable house, and Mulder has grown a beard and pretty much retreated from the world. Despite the fact he knows his sister is dead, Mulder has not given up searching for "the truth" about what happened to her. Meanwhile, Scully is a successful medical doctor at a Catholic hospital and enmeshed in the treatment of a very sick little boy; one with a terminal illness.

It's a quiet, relatively "normal" life for the most part; a normality that is shattered when the FBI solicits Mulder's help in solving a new and urgent "X-File" (in return for a pardon...). An F.B.I. agent named Monica Bannon has disappeared in the snows of gloomy West Virginia, and a fallen priest named Father Joe (Billy Connolly) claims to be experiencing psychic visions related to her case. In fact, he leads a team of FBI searchers to a burial ground of body parts in a vast, foreboding ice field (a beautifully-filmed, tense sequence).

But Father Joe may not be credible...in part because of his past. He's a convicted pedophile, you see. Mulder and Scully each boast a different perspective on Father Joe (naturally...), and their viewpoints are so contradictory that these opinions threaten to fracture their (now longstanding...) emotional relationship. This case revives Mulder's obsessive, brooding nature; and it reminds Scully of the darkness she has sought to escape.

So...what is The X-Files: I Want to Believe really about? In a deep, meaningful way, it concerns the concept of redemption. I don't mean that the movie pays lip service to the notion of redemption as that concept currently exists in the superficial popular culture lexicon (see: Angel). There's nothing comfortable or easy about how this film portrays the central moral dilemma. The crimes Father Joe committed against the innocent are utterly monstrous, as Scully rightly points out. Father Joe knows that society will never forgive him, but wonders if God can do so.

And here's where things get....murky. Father Joe castrated himself at age 26 in order to "kill" the horrible, seething appetite that led him to commit such crimes. And now, Father Joe chooses to live in a group home for pedophiles, one where sex offenders live in shame and police each other's behavior. It is a sort of Hell on Earth to live amongst such scum, especially for a Man of God. Are these signs he has changed?

And, of course, Father Joe claims he is experiencing psychic visions about that missing FBI agent, and wants to help the police find her. Is he to be trusted? Would the Divine empower a man like Father Joe with second sight? If his visions are real, are they from God? The Devil? Or is he just an accomplice in Monica's capture...?

The underlying moral quandary is this: What great "right" can undo a great "wrong?" In the fantastic and noble tradition of The X-Files, Scully and Mulder view Father Joe and his predicament in radically different ways. The series always concerned the opposing viewpoints of these two characters, and how their beliefs (and biases) shaped their perception of reality. It's the same thing here. Scully believes Father Joe is a depraved attention-seeking monster, that his visions are a hoax and a cry for attention. Mulder wants to believe that men like Father Joe can change, that redemption is possible, and that Father Joe's psychic visions are legitimate.

Pretty serious stuff. No summer movie featuring a convicted pedophile in a central role is ever going to find popularity in America. That's a fact. We go to movies to escape, generally, not to engage and this may simply be one bridge too far for mass audiences. Father Joe's inclusion and role in the story is a courageous (perhaps even self-destructive) choice on the part of writers Spotnitz and Carter because the film's central dilemma makes audiences confront the idea of real redemption in a very tangible, very challenging, very realistic way.

It is easy to forgive someone who seems heroic; someone who is beautiful; or someone who had an excuse for what he did. But what about forgiving someone for committing the worst crime (a crime against a child...) imaginable? I'm not saying you should forgive; that anyone should forgive. However, if you are not willing to forgive Father Joe, there are repercussions to that decision. The biggest one is that you can't say you believe in redemption, can you? If you don't let "good works" account for something in the cosmic tally of morality, you can't claim you believe in forgiveness, either. Nor can you claim to be a Christian, because forgiveness is the very crucible -- the beating heart -- of Christianity. I'm not condoning any particular interpretation....just commenting on the moral implications of this film. It will challenge your beliefs, and force you to evaluate what you think when the decision "to forgive" is not easy; not superficial.

(comment: yeah I know nosebleed that's why I love Chris and Uncle Frank. CC my offer's still up to marry you.)

I still can't believe a mainstream film (and a franchise film; and a sequel, for god's sake...) tread so deeply (and bravely) into this unsettling territory, but I'm glad it did. The X-Files: I Want to Believe effectively holds a mirror up to all those who claim belief in Christ's teachings yet actually thrive on hate and draconian notions of punishment and morality. In doing so, it comments explicitly on our times; an epoch when religion is often used to codify hatred of "the other" in our society (and in other societies). This paradigm - this Father Joe Dilemma - is true to everything The X-Files has always been about.

The mystery concerning the severed body parts (and the agent's disappearance) has apparently disappointed some critics and viewers too, but it is also very true to The X-Files' history. The series has always concerned our two world-views (belief vs. skepticism/Mulder vs. Scully) vetting mysterious "horror stories" and in the process giving them new life and energy. Spontaneous combustion, demonic possession, ESP, vampires, werewolves, succubi, golems, out-of-body experiences, and other old concepts in the genre were always re-purposed for the show to incorporate the latest advances in paranormal and medical literature and study. I Want to Believe explicitly continues that tradition with a plot concerning organ transplants, stem cell research, and a cadre of outlaw (Russian...) scientists playing Frankenstein. Is it ridiculous? Well...is a man who turns into a giant green superhero when he's angry also ridiculous? Is a man with a leather fetish wearing a black bat suit ridiculous? You may find the specifics of this X-File on the verge of ludicrous (one critic compared it to They Saved Hitler's Brain), but again, the tradition of taking hoary "monster"/horror chestnuts and granting them new (intelligent...) life is a long-standing facet of Chris Carter's creation. The franchise has been around for fifteen years now; so you likely have already decided whether or not this kind of thing works for you.

There's another aspect of I Want to Believe that works surprisingly well. It too has been ridiculed by reviewers. It's a brief comment said - oddly enough - by Father Joe. He urges Scully not to "give up" at a critical point, yet - as he himself readily admits - he has no reason to have said it to her. "Don't give up" may seem like an easy platitude (gee, like "with great power comes great responsibility?"), but it is actually kind of touching here; a short-hand for much good material. Especially when played between Mulder and Scully. In Duchovny and Anderson's deft hands, "don't give up" is one lover's comment to another in the face of hardship, past hurts and regret. Scully can't give up on the boy whom she is treating now because of the little boy (William) she once gave up on. And balanced against the Mulder/Scully relationship is a man (Callum Keith Rennie) -- a villain -- who steadfastly refuses to "give up" on the life of his lover...and goes to extreme (and really, really radical...) means to see that his lover survives. One plot is played against the other, and I found the balance elegant and touching, not cheesy.

Another theme here is the "burying" or cleansing of the past. The criminals responsible for Bannon's abduction attempt to bury the past (and their crimes) in the ice. Mulder hopes to cleanse his past too (if he just saves this one woman, he will have made up for failing his sister all those years ago). Scully, by saving her patient believes she can be cleansed of her guilt over William. But along comes Father Joe - a man with a past anyone would want to hide - who instead focuses on digging up the past (digging in the ice, in the snow, literally). Things keep coming to the surface. Things that must be dealt with.

The violent scenes in this film are tense, and make surprisingly strong use of a snowplow as a weapon. The bleak locale and the hidden secrets there keeps you alert, looking for clues amidst the ubiquitous falling snow. The location reflects the dark heart of the characters, and the final moment (post-credits) is a splendid (if brief...) catharsis; a release from the blinding white snow of Somerset, WV. More emotionally touching than exciting; more moody and lugubrious than spectacular, more contemplative than action-packed, more dark and foreboding than shocking, this is an uneasy, unsettling X-Files movie in which the truth isn't "out there" but rather "in here" - in us. In the endless mysteries of the human heart and human behavior.



Two things I profess and 1 thing I realized after reading this review...
  • Chris Carter, marry me or at least may I marry your brain??
  • Bill Roe, I love you, those scenic whites, and shiny blue backgrounds, with overly overwhelming wide and extreme long shots...will you marry me??
  • Not only seeing the Final Product/Film is the best part but actually hoping that someone out there will see your work/film like this --to me that's powerful.
**Passion Overflow Mode**

makes me want to re-watch IWTB...enjoy the GAZE-FEST and get lost with the ELS and the crystal white snow. *sigh*

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