Roughly two weeks ago I thought we had seen it all: The single greatest 8 a.m on a bus to Jersey city performance we’d ever see. Surely, our friend couldn’t top himself - he had conctoted a little brew called ‘The Perfect Performance’ 3 teaspoons of talent, mixed in with a splash of swag and three tea spoons of raw energy.
But just half a month later, he returns to outdue himself. How? With a message.
Performing isn’t really about music anymore for him, it’s about making a difference. And that’s why he takes on the controversial “Like a Prayer.” Not just because of the contagious beat, and catchy hook - though let’s be honest, I’m sure that didn’t hurt, ya know - but it’s about the messsage. Which is about religion, or oral sex, or statues coming to life. So that’s a lesson to all you religious fanatics, hookers, or gargoyle’s watching this video: IT GET’S BETTER.
You know I don’t like to start off my morning with warfare, but I don’t think we can wait any longer on this. It’s a question the world has been asking - almost incessenantly - and at this point, I think we owe it to society to finally answer it once and for all:
What is the best video featuring marionettes on the internet?
Introducing first, from somewhere I do not ever want to visit, overtly-sexual-dancing Marionette dressed like a hipster!
And next, featuring our challenge, hailing from… I dunno, probably Germany, right? Like, has to be Germany. Ok, that’s what we’re going with. HAILING FROM GERMANY. A bunch of Barbie marionettes playing Motorhead’s “Ace of Spades”!
Boo Ya, Monday!
Here’s my yelp review for this resteraunt:
Sometimes finding yourself in new areas can be fun!
I recently moved to Colorado after graduating from NYU high honors. After a long discussion with my girlfriend, we both decided that based off of our career deams - I an aspiring jouranlist, she a nurse - that Denver would be the best fit for us because of the job availabilities and relatively cheap price of living (for a metropolitan area).
Now moving from Rochester, New York to Denver was no synch: Your packing your entire life, and somebody elses into one 2001 Toyota Corolla. It was tough to leave behind or sell some things that really meant a lot to me. Have you ever seen ‘Toy Story 3’? It sounds silly, but I felt a lot of that kind of emotions parting ways w/ “non-essentials” (and I’m getting choked up using that term) .
With the car packed, we headed off four our new life. 5 days later, and only one trip to the mechanic (God bless that Corolla) we arrived to Denver at about 3 a.m in the morning. Rather than go to bed, we decided to walk around our new habitat for a little.
We walked around for what felt like forever without find anything until we found this resteraunt which was kind of hidden away.
The food was great and everything was pretty reasonably priced.
Oh ya, the waiter is a monkey wearing a human mask.
I’d give it 4 stars, 5 if they had more seating.