Tuesday, November 30, 2010

How Do You Spell Aitch

My DVD cataloging project is fast under way, but no manner of speed will ever make this list expediently done, nor 100% complete. And I haven't even gotten to the television shows, music videos, or even the VHS collection yet. Porn will probably not factor, and I'll leave the wrestling DVDs in Joe's capable hands.

Hail Hail Rock And Roll (DVD-R)
Hairspray (1988)
Half Moon Street
Halls Of Montezuma (DVD-R)
Hamlet 2
Handmaid’s Tale
Hangmen Also Die
Hangover Street (DVD-R)
Happy Feet (DVD-R)
Happy Gilmore
Hard Boiled
Harder They Come (DVD-R)
Harder They Fall (DVD-R)
Hard Way (DVD-R)
Harold & Kumar Go To White Castle
Harold & Maude
Harper (DVD-R)
Harry Potter & The Prisoner Of Azkaban
Haunted World Of El Superbeasto
Head Of The Family
Heaven (DVD-R)
Heaven Can Wait (DVD-R)
Heavenly Creatures
Heavy Metal Parking Lot
Heavy Traffic
Hedwig & The Angry Inch
Hell Is For Heroes
Hell’s Angels (1930) (DVD-R)
Helter Skelter
Henry & June
Henry: Portrait Of A Serial Killer (DVD-R)
Hero (2002)
Heroes For Sale (DVD-R)
He Walked By Night
Hidden Fortress
Hideous Kinky (DVD-R)
Higher Ground (DVD-R)
High Fidelity
High Plains Drifter (DVD-R)
Hippie Revolt
His Girl Friday
His Kind Of Woman
History Of Violence
Hitchhiker’s Guide To The Galaxy
Hitler (1962) (DVD-R)
Hollow Man 2 (DVD-R)
Hollywood vs The Mob
Hollywood Shuffle
Holy Mountain
Home For The Holidays
Hometown Story
Honeymoon Killers
Hoodlum (DVD-R)
Hoop Dreams
Hostel (DVD-R)
Hot Fuzz
Hot Spot
House Of Bamboo
House Of Flying Daggers
House Of Mirth
House On 92nd Street
House On Telegraph Hill
Howl’s Moving Castle
How To Draw A Bunny
How To Steal A Million (DVD-R)
Hucksters (DVD-R)
Hurt Locker
Hussy (DVD-R)
Hustle & Flow

Sunday, November 28, 2010

Leslie Nielsen, 1926-2010

Wednesday, November 17, 2010


Tue 30: 9-11am
Wed 1: 9-11am
Thur 2: 9-4
Fri 3: 9-5
Mon 6: 9-11am
Tue 7: 9-11am
Wed 8: 10-5
Thur 9: 5-cl
Fri 10: 5-cl

Tuesday, November 16, 2010

Magazine Lady

I've been sick with the flu all week, or at least what's I'm pretty sure was the flu since I haven't had it in awhile. I'm better now though still a bit congested, and I can only sleep for an hour or two at a time before I start coughing and wheezing, which goes away the minute I sit up straight. I suppose this means that I don't have my official Death Cough/Dallas Hack yet since it doesn't plague me in the day, although the pressure in my chest is still there -- just easier to control. I suppose time will tell if I get the full blast of the cough in the next few days. Most of the time I'm just dopey on Loratadine and lack of sleep.

Joe has the potential to land a BIG job in the next few months if all things work out according to plan. Don't want to mention it just yet and jinx the thing, but please keep fingers and various appendages crossed for us.

Saturday, November 13, 2010


Sun 14: 5-cl
Mon 15: 10-4
Wed 17: 12-6
Thur 18: 12-6

Sunday, November 07, 2010

Mate Spawn And Die

First 20 tracks on my iTunes this morning preparing to go down to the street to my unknown neighbor's house to ask if my FART PARTY VOL. 1 book accidentally arrived in the mail at their house instead of mine.

1. "Conspiracy" - Gangstarr
2. "Indian Hump" - Madlib
3. "Cicatriz E.S.P." - The Mars Volta
4. "Cruel Summer" - Bananarama
5. "You're As Gay As The Day Is Long" - Th Ralph Sall Experience
6. "A Children's Crusade on Acid" - Margot and the Nuclear So and So's
7. "Christene" - Little Hank Crawford
8. "The End" - Mellow
9. "KC Accidental" - Ramshackle Kings
10. "Compared To What" - Della Reese
11. "Underwater" - Ghostface Killah
12. "Time To Make A Change" - Goldie Lookin' Chain
13. "A Forest (Mark Plati Mix)" - The Cure Feat. Earl Slick
14. "Mr. E's Beautiful Blues" - Eels
15. "You Have Placed A Chill In My Heart" - Eurythmics
16. "Storm Returns" - Prefuse 73
17. "I Want You" - MC5
18. "The Bleeding Heart Show" - The New Pornographers
19. "Pourin' It All Out" - Graham Parker
20. "Throw" - Scritti Politti

Saturday, November 06, 2010

I Guess An Update Is Due

Joe has been let go of his job, and on the whole I'm actually quite glad that he's not working there anymore because I know the stress of it was killing him on the inside, and I would rather see him out of work than sick and miserable any day. I remember how supportive he was with me when I quit Ticketmaster back in 2002, coming home every day for seven years having felt beaten with a stick for eight hours straight. A part of me still hates talking on the phone to this day due to how long I had to be hooked in on a headset and being screamed constantly. Joe's job really wasn't much different but in many ways a thousand times worse, and for much longer periods of time. But I'm proud of him for trying and sticking with it and doing his best considering the circumstances, being so sick all the time. And I have faith in his abilities to find something better and more enjoyable as well. We'll see what the future brings.

Friday, November 05, 2010


Sun 7: 11-5
Mon 8: 9-4
Tue 9: 9-11am
Wed 10: 7-3
Fri 12: 12-7