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Excuse me. I don't mean to impose, but I am the ocean.
Some of you expressed interest in seeing the Zia McCabe Suicide Girls photo shoot if I managed to get hold of them. I managed. She's nekkid and preggers. Don't be opening this shit at work if it's going to get you in trouble.

Microsoft has finally allowed POP access to thier Hotmail users, that is, those who didn't abandon them for Gmail 5 years ago. If, like me, you're still clinging to an old Hotmail address because you could've signed up for some porn website 12 years ago that you might need to retrieve your password to, you could be interested to know the details of how to set it up.

incoming: pop3.live.com (port 995, Security: SSL)
outgoing: smtp.live.com (require authentication, use TLS/SSL)

Have you by chance seen the ThruYou project done by Kutiman? He took YouTube videos of amateur musicians and mixed/mashed them into new, original songs. For presentation, who also chopped-up and cut the video to approximate what he did sonically. It's a mesmerizing music/video album from start to finish. It's probably the single coolest and most ambitious thing I've seen done on the internet in a long, long time. Here's the first in the series of 7 songs he did.

You can find all of the videos individually on YouTube, just run a search for Kutiman. In the description of each, he provides links to the source material for each song. You can also check out all the songs on the ThruYou website linked above.

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Someone told me that people do that with Star Trek. Mix up old episodes to write their own stories.

her tits look better there than they normally do.

Heh, the first thing Welf said was, "She's got scary nipples."

She's the chick from the Dandy Warhols.

ah ok.

I admit I checked out the nude pics even though I didn't know who she was.

I also admit to not knowing who the Dandy Warhols are, except from the movie Dig! which I really liked.

Yeah, I just recently saw DiG! which was what prompted the brief discussion about it the other day.

I was a little familiar with their music prior to the documentary, particularly "Not If You Were The Last Junkie On Earth"

Her timer was popped out! BABY IS DONE! *DING*

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Yeah that is cool. I think I ran into a version of that (or something similar) a few years ago. Sometimes you see stuff like that and you think, why didn't I think of that? Then again, I doubt I'd have the talent to pull-off something like that, heh.

thru you is so freaking cool. it's gotten a lot play our way.

ps how did you manage to come across them? one of the guys from T's work shared the other day. it's so full of win.

Actually I saw it in T's FaceBook earlier this week. :)

cool. I was just curious. That marketing instinct - to know how things start and spread. :)

In the "Better Late than never" department, I finally carved out some time to listen to these, and they are fantastic. So far the one you posted is my favorite (but I'm only up to the 4th one), what a great tune, and what an insane amount of time it must have taken to put these together.

Thanks for posting this!

Yeah the Kutiman thing is probably one of the single coolest things I've seen on the internet in a very very long time. I mean, mashups and sampling is nothing new, but the packaging of it into the resulting videos is brilliant.

Yeah, I don't even bother listening to mashups anymore, they're usually FAR too amateurish and "Same ol' same ol'"

These are just SO well done

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