Las Días Sintalentos
Let the sun shine
Mia Doi Todd - "The Last Night of Winter" (Campanella/Hellie remix) (mp3)
"what's up with sintalentos?"
"he coolin' in the studio."
"i heard his new shit on the radio."
"what new shit?"
"his new song on the radio. that shit was pretty tight."
"nahh... errr! pump your brakes - there ain't no new song on the radio..."
Instead of waiting for a "good time" to update, I just need to jump back on this bootch. Ahem. So, yes: the dude is definitely back again, but I'm back to win, so tell a friend.
In spite of all the nutsosity runnin' 'round, spring has seemingly awakened the slumbering. And they've at least stirred the nation.
A new season is in the air and I'm delighted to see people filling the streets.
So, winter has passed into a loving embrace. Hence, a quick kiss from Mia before moving on.
Not that the past few months have been a bust. There've been some good looks for Asiatica; some mentally questionable looks; and reports that more people than I once thought are wearing Asian looks.
As usual, Notes kept me in the loop:
- What's the world coming to when a veep has less credibility than a rapper?
- Why do you hate me?
- PS: Why do you hate black people?
- No, seriously: Why do you hate black people?
- The Abu Ghraib Files (NOTE: this report contains content of immense violence, abuse and humiliation)
- What's up, Kris? Noz summed up my thoughts.
- ¡Sí, Se Puede! Indeed... (and, on that note, Fareed Zakaria with the truth: "We are now getting fascinated by the European solution to immigration [guest workers]... like that's worked so well in Europe: they have a disaffected, alienated immigrant population. We do immigration very well, and we're looking to the French on this one issue for a solution!" Ah, but it's all "political pandering" anyway, a'ight?)
- The finger-pointing continues ("Heckuva job, Brownie?").
Saturday, May 6
f/ DJ Eleven, Joe Quixx and Matthew Africa (grab the knowledge on the humblest dj I know)
125 5th Avenue
$10 doods, $5 doodettes
I would promote my party, but it'd be a 'conflict of interest...'
PS - Please tell me you saw Stephen Colbert deliver the closing statement at the White House Press Correspondents Dinner. We must discuss.