- My car was stolen, but my baby was in the back seat!
- You mean you -- can see the future??
- A rag-tag bunch of underprivileged college students turn themselves into a successful sports team.
- There is this haunted house . . .
- Robots have enslaved humankind, sigh.
- Yes, it is same exact movie you just saw, just with Steve Carell this time.
- People are getting kicked in slow motion with generic alternative rock music playing in the background.
- A rag-tag bunch of neighborhood kids turn themselves into a successful sports team.
- There is this movie starring Diane Keaton . . .
- Sure martial arts is boring now, but now everyone can fly!
Monday, April 30, 2007
Wednesday, April 25, 2007
Tuesday, April 24, 2007
By A.H. Rajani at 4/24/2007 11:10:00 PM
Monday, April 23, 2007
- Do What Tastes Right (Wendy's)
- If It Doesn't Get All Over The Place, It Doesn't Belong in Your Face (Carl's Jr.)
- Eat Fresh (Subway)
- Where's the Beef (Wendy's)
- Finger Lickin' Good (KFC)
- Wake Up With The King (Burger King)
- The Real Enchilada (Don Pablo's)
- Think Outside the Bun (Taco Bell)
- What You Crave (White Castle)
- You're Going To Get Your Wish. Go Fish (Long John Silver's)
By A.H. Rajani at 4/23/2007 09:36:00 PM
Saturday, April 14, 2007
- Harness double-shoulder gun holster
- Fitted Jedi robe with an iPod Shuffle clipped to it
- A tinted aviator-style monacle
- Adamantium pocket watch
- Pompous t-shirt that says, "Yea, I've heard of that band, too"
- Albino contact lenses
- Leather portfolio embroidered with the Decepticons logo
- Puma on a leash
- Permanent over-the-shoulder harmonica holder
By A.H. Rajani at 4/14/2007 02:39:00 AM
Thursday, April 12, 2007
Mr. Scott criticizes as racist the United States Supreme Court's ruling that the Declaration of Independence's pronouncement that "all men are created equal," did not apply to "the enslaved African race . . . [who] formed no part of the people who framed and adopted this declaration. . . ."
By A.H. Rajani at 4/12/2007 12:17:00 AM
Tuesday, April 03, 2007
Under the Digital Millennium Copyright Act (DMCA), copying and sharing copyrighted materials without permission is illegal. As you may know, the Recording Industry Association of America (RIAA), the Motion Picture Association of America (MPAA), and some other copyright owners and groups have recently stepped up their efforts to curb illegal filesharing on the Internet. This academic year, the University has received a much larger volume of complaints about peer-to-peer file sharing under the DMCA. In addition, the RIAA is sending "early settlement" letters to colleges around the country as part of their new anti-theft campaign announced in January (see press release at http://www.riaa.com/news/newsletter/032107.asp). This is an opportune time to remind you of relevant policies and practices at UC Berkeley.
Federal law requires that the University take action when it is notified that someone on its network is distributing copyrighted materials without permission. Whether you are aware of the violation or not, if UC Berkeley’s DMCA agent receives a "takedown notice" alleging that your computer is distributing copyrighted material without permission, the University follows established policy enforcement procedures, see:
Early Settlement Letters
The University of California has agreed to forward "early settlement" letters to students on the campus network that the RIAA alleges have shared copyrighted material illegally. The University will send a cover letter along with the RIAA early settlement letter to the student's email address, as well as his/her current and permanent addresses. Unless served with a proper subpoena, UC Berkeley will NOT release the name of the user to the content owner or RIAA upon receipt of a DMCA notice or early settlement letter.
By forwarding the early settlement letters, the University of California has made no determination that students have engaged in copyright infringement or that they should enter into an early settlement with the copyright holder. It is solely the student's personal decision whether to avail him or herself of the "early settlement" procedure.
UC Berkeley supports and encourages the legal downloading of music, movies, and software. Residential and Student Service Programs provides extensive education for incoming students about the potential legal and policy enforcement consequences of illegal filesharing. To find out more about these campus programs, please visit
To comply with the law and to protect yourself from possible litigation, we strongly encourage you to remove illegally-obtained copyrighted material from your computer, and to stop downloading copyrighted material illegally if you do so now. We will continue our vigorous education efforts in this area, but ultimately the choice is yours. Please take advantage of the information on the websites listed in this letter.
Dean of Students
Associate Vice-Chancellor and
Chief Information Officer
By A.H. Rajani at 4/03/2007 10:05:00 PM
Monday, April 02, 2007
- Soundgarden - Rarities & B-Sides
- Black Snake Moan - Original Motion Picture Soundtrack
- Explosions in the Sky - All of a Sudden, I Miss Everyone
- Donovan - Troubadour, The Definitive Collection, 1964-1976
- The Arcade Fire - Neon Bible
By A.H. Rajani at 4/02/2007 11:31:00 AM
- Blind Dogs
- Blow Up The Outside World
- Tigher and Tighter
- Holy Water
- Burden in My Hand
- The 4th of July
- The Day I Tried to Live
- Fell on Black Days
By A.H. Rajani at 4/02/2007 02:41:00 AM