Wow. Where to to start. Well a few of you know I've had computer problems since last week. Well my C-Drive shit the bed, and I lost all my files. Let me repeat that, I lost ALL MY FILES. That means all my pictures, music, porn, and anything and everything else....all gone. So I'm currently using a backup drive from a good friend of mine in the meantime. I wish I could point out a particular thing I did, or than you know, smacking the laptop, but that didn't do. I think;)
Anyhoo, all this once again reinforces the practice of always saving your work and files if you have the room.
And also, I'm going to start having a reduced presence as far as this goes. From now on, I'll be on the kind of schedule that Shlomo or Omega Agent keep, not everyday, but often enough to not wonder where the hell I've gone.
So that's where we stand. I'll now return you to what was supposed to be last Thursday's post already in progress.....
So I bought the new DC Unlimited Planet X Batman yesterday. You guys know who that is right?
It's the Batman of Zur-Ar-Nah, or Planet X from the 1950's, and whose identity was brought back by Grant Morrison during the whole Batman: R.I.P story-line a few years back.
Well this guy looks amazing, front paint and sculpt to detail and the standard articulation deal. Plus he has his trusty warped baseball bat and a darker, repainted Bat-Mite. This Bat-Mite sports a slightly different face than the previous one, but is still cool as fuck.
So yeah, super glad to own him.
And now onto today's edition of the Top 5, as it's being guest-hosted by that psychotic, mind-manipulating carnivore, Gorilla Grodd.
Take it away Mr. Grodd....
"Greetings you hairless sacks of meat, it is I, your superior in all things, Gorilla Grodd.
For some inexplicable reason, I've been chosen to guest host this week's edition of the Top 5. Well don't get used to it human scum, because such guest-hosting is utterly beneath Grodd.
"So it appears that today's band choice is the British Pop Rap group, The Gorillaz.
"Are you being serious right now? Seriously right? The Gorillaz? Honestly?
Right. So here are the Top 5 songs from this horribly and quite offensively -named band, The Gorillaz:
5). "Feel Good Inc."
Apparently this song was so popular it was used in several commercials around the time this song was released. As catchy as it maybe, it's still primitive human music to me, and thus offends Grodd.
Not a bad melancholy song, that speeds things back up with some heavy base thrown in there like an empty banana peel. Hmm,"Gravity" indeed. Perhaps I or my associates in the Secret Society should show these fools the true perils of gravity.
2). "Tomorrow Comes Today"
Had a bad day puny humans? Tired of your shallow and empty lives? Maybe you should listen to this song then. It'll feed you all the false hopes and promises of a better day ahead....for whatever good it'll do you once Grodd reigns supreme!!!!!
But yes, not a bad song. Not bad at all.
1). "Clint Eastwood"
This would be the song that launched the Gorillaz's careers in the first place. With a pleasing low-tempo-ed beat even Grodd could move his massive frame to, Clint Eastwood was and still is, a massive hit with you disgusting, hairless mammals.
I hope you enjoyed this little exercise in humiliation for me and my ape-kind. I promise you retribution for this is coming fast and hard!!!
What!? What's so funny? Because I said "fast" and "hard"? Really?
For such insolence, you'll be the first human I kill and eat, but I'll do it very slowly. Very slowly.