Monday, February 24, 2014

Spin Sycle for Tuesday, February 25 2014

Hey, My Syclres!  A lot has happened!

Harold Ramis has died at the age of 69.  If you do not know who this is, you are truly missing some comedy genius.  I recommend Caddyshack, Ghostbusters and Groundhog Day to get caught up.

Abe Vigoda is still alive.

Is One Direction going in Multiple directions?

Dear Piers Morgan; don't let the door hit you on the ass on your way out.

Robin Thicke and the lady he's been with for a very long time, Paula Patton, have split.  I don't think Miley has anything to do with it, this has been whispered for a long time now.

Alec Baldwin quits.

I don't know what Britney Spears is going through, but that hair does not look good.

Charlie Sheen is in denial about being engaged to a porn star.

Athletes Who Ate It At The Olympics: A GIF Gallery

My feet are swelled up and I'm going to lie down for a bit.


Saturday, February 8, 2014

Spin Sycle Weekend Edition for February 8 2014

Have you been watching, Syclers?  Here's the Big Announcement:

There's going to be a little Spin!  Due in August this year!
So very happy and excited, after a long struggle with infertility!


This space to be filled soon!

Sunday, February 2, 2014

Spin Sycle Weekend Edition

I don't even have a intro for this, Syclers.  Just What in the Actual fuck:

Phillip Seymour Hoffman has died from an apparent drug overdose. I am stunned.

Woody Allen is a pervert and is creepy. Surprised?

Owen Wilson is a father again.

Kanye West settles assault case out of court.  I'm still questioning if this incident really happened at all or was a huge PR stunt.

Jesse Eisneberg to play Lex Luthor.  Will he shave his head?  Weird casting?

Beyonce fired her general manager in favor of her husband, Jay Z.  Smart move or disaster in the making?



Stay tuned for a big announcement, Syclers!!

Happy Chinese New Year!

Saturday, December 21, 2013

Duck Dynasty Fiasco

Look, to be honest, I don't watch reality shows.  I find them dull. However, I have two takes on this GQ interview.  They go like this:

A) By getting the guy off  the show, all that A&E did was give what'shisface validation that his views, however assinine, are validated.  Everyone who thinks like him will also feel that they are validated in their views.  Now they can say that they are right and A&E is punishing them for it.

What has happened is that the producers are scared of losing revenue and that's all it boils down to. A&E makes a lot of revenue from this show.  What's funny is the the DD folks could walk away from this show without much scarring because they have their own money. A&E is in a position to lose.

B)The show's ratings are beginning to slip and this is a way to boost viewership.

No one is going to change how this guy or people like him think. I see this as purely a money issue.

Flame away.

update: Since Ol' Phil is going to be back on the show, I'd have to say it's one helluva marketing plan to get DD merchandise to move.  We've all been punked.

Thursday, December 5, 2013

Music Post Edition Spin Sycle

Via Tiff J (thank you! always turning me on to new music!) this is Wiyaala.  You need to hear her music.  This is some good stuff!

Rock My Body



Make Me Dance