BJP Jukey B

20 Minute Loop – Face Like A Horse.mp3

20 Minute Loop – She Hated Dogs.mp3

After the Fire – Der Kommisar.mp3

Alabama Thunderpussy – Falling Behind.mp3

Alien Ant Farm – Smooth Criminal.mp3

Allstonians – Mariachi Go Ska.mp3

Ant, Adam – Goody Two Shoes.mp3

Aphex Twin – 4.mp3

Aphex Twin – Cornish Acid.mp3

Aphex Twin – Fingerbib.mp3

Aphex Twin – Peek.mp3

Apple, Fiona – Criminal.mp3

Apple, Fiona – Sleep to Dream.mp3

ATP – Spineless.mp3

Badly Drawn Boy – Once Around the Block.mp3

Ben Stern Megamix.mp3

Benny Goodman – Sing Sing Sing.mp3

Bim Skala Bim – Good Dog Ska.mp3

Bim Skala Bim – Line To You.mp3

Bim Skala Bim – Lorraine.mp3

Bjork – Enjoy.mp3

Blues Traveler – Hook.mp3

Bowie, David – Ricochet.mp3

Breeders – Last Splash.mp3

Brooks, Garth – Friends in Low Places.mp3

CIV – Itchycoo Park.mp3

Coldplay – Yellow.mp3

Cure – A Letter To Elise.mp3

Cure – Hot Hot Hot!!! (Extended Mix).mp3

Cure – Just Like A Dream.mp3

D12 – Purple Pills.mp3

Daft Punk – Aerodynamic.mp3

Daft Punk – Around the World.mp3

Daft Punk – One More Time (Club Mix).mp3

Daft Punk – Superheroes.mp3

Dag – Supercollider.mp3

David & David – All Alone in the Big City.mp3

David & David – Swimming In The Ocean.mp3

Dayroom – Cheap Wine.mp3

De La Soul – Oodles of O’s.mp3

Dead Milkmen – Air Crash Museum.mp3

DeeeLite Theme.mp3

Depeche Mode – Personal Jesus.mp3

Devo – Are You Experienced.mp3

Devo – Girl U Want.mp3

Devo – Speed Racer.mp3

Dickey Lee – I Saw Linda Yesterday.mp3

DMP – God Bless Me and You.mp3

DMP – Richie Havens.mp3

DMX – Party Up.mp3

Donovan – Stuck In The Middle With You.mp3

Doobie Brothers – Takin’ It To The Streets.mp3

Drowning Pool – Bodies.mp3

Ella Fitzgerald – Hard-Hearted Hannah.mp3

Epitones – Boyo.mp3

Fatboyslim – Weapon Of Choice.mp3

Fishbone – Swim.mp3


Forgotten Souls BB – Big Chief.mp3

Frehley, Ace – Back in the New York Groove.mp3

Gabriel, Peter – The Tree That Went Up.mp3

Gaye, Marvin – Got to Give it Up.mp3

Geggy Tah – Whoever You Are.mp3

Genesis – Brazilian.mp3

Genesis – Keep It Dark.mp3

Grateful Dead – Standing on the Moon.mp3

Gray, Macy – Caligula.mp3

Hagar, Sammy – Shaka Doobie .mp3

Hardknox – Fire Like This.mp3

Heart – Sing Child.mp3

Holly, Buddy – Not Fade Away.mp3

Holly, Buddy – Rave On.mp3

Jump With Joey – Jack Lord Ska.mp3

Kid Rock – Bawitdaba.mp3

Kingdom Come – Get It On.mp3

Limp Bizkit – Break Stuff.mp3

Limp Bizkit – Nookie.mp3

LL Cool J – I Make My Own Rules.mp3

Mack, Craig – Flavor in Your Ear.mp3

Mamas – Dream a Little Dream.mp3

Manfred Mann – Blinded by the light.mp3

Marylin Manson – Beautiful People.mp3

Marylin Manson – Suck for your Solution.mp3

Mellencamp, John – Rave On.mp3

Metallica – Enter Sandman.mp3

MMBT – Simmer Down.mp3

Moby – Bodyrock.mp3

Moby – Find My Baby.mp3

Moby – Honey.mp3

Money, Eddie – Two Tickets.mp3

O’Connor, Sinead – I Am Stretched On Your Grave.mp3

Outkast – Ms. Jackson.mp3

Prince – 2 Nigs United 4 West Compton.mp3

Prince – Gett Off (Extended).mp3

Prince – Mountains (Extended).mp3

Prince – Push It Up.mp3

Prodigy – Smack My Bitch Up.mp3

Reed, Lou – Walk on the Wild Side.mp3

Reel Big Fish – Take On Me.mp3

Robinson, Smokey – I’ve Been Good To You.mp3

Ruby – This Is.mp3

Rundgren, Todd – Hello, It’s Me.mp3

Save Ferris – Come On Eileen.mp3

September ’67 – Busy Building.mp3

Skatalites – Right Now.mp3

Skatalites – S’Kool.mp3

Skatalites – Skalloween.mp3

Sleeping Giants – Giant Steps.mp3

Sonic Youth – Bull In The Heather.mp3

Soulwax – Much Against Everyone’s Advice.mp3

Specials – Pressure Drop.mp3

Spinners – Rubber Band Man.mp3

Springsteen, Bruce – Blinded by the Light.mp3

Squatweiler – Colorado.mp3

Squier, Billy – Emotions in Motion.mp3

Squier, Billy – Everybody Wants You.mp3

Squier, Billy – Rock Me Tonight.mp3

Stomp – Ripper Sole.mp3

Sunless Day – Harmony.mp3

T.Rex – 20th Century Boy.mp3

Taste of Honey – Boogie Oogie Oogie.mp3

TLC – Waterfalls.mp3

TMBG – Nothing’s Gonna Change My Clothes.mp3

They Might Be Giants (TMBG) – Ana Ng

TMBG – Birdhouse In Your Soul

They Might Be Giants (TMBG) – Cage & Aquarium

They Might Be Giants (TMBG) – Cowtown

TMBG – Dead.mp3

They Might Be Giants (TMBG) – Drinking

TMBG – I’m Def.mp3

TMBG – I’ve Got A Match.mp3

TMBG – Istanbul.mp3

TMBG – Kiss Me Son Of God.mp3

TMBG – Letterbox.mp3

TMBG – Lie Still, Little Bottle.mp3

TMBG – Lucky Ball & Chain.mp3

TMBG – Mr. Me.mp3

TMBG – Particle Man.mp3

TMBG – Pencil Rain.mp3

TMBG – Piece Of Dirt.mp3

TMBG – Purple Toupee.mp3

TMBG – Sapphire Bullets.mp3

TMBG – Shoehorn With Teeth.mp3

TMBG – Someone Keeps Moving My Chair.mp3

TMBG – The World’s Address.mp3

TMBG – We Want A Rock.mp3

They Might Be Giants (TMBG) – Where Your Eyes Don’t Go

TMBG – Whistling in the Dark

They Might Be Giants (TMBG) – Yeh Yeh

Various Artists – Bib Records – Maxwell Smart – The Toasters

U2 – Elevation

Velveteens – Beetlejuice

Wailers, Toots – Lively Up Yourself.mp3

Wainwright, Rufus – Instant Pleasure.mp3

Wilde, Kim – Kids in America.mp3

Zeppelin – Hey Hey What Can I Do.mp3

Zeppelin – Moby Montreaux.mp3

Zeppelin – Travelin’ Riverside Blues.mp3

Zombie, Rob – Great American Nightmare.mp3


When you decide to make changes to your blog, you can make some hellish mistakes.

I decided today that I want to keep my domain name next year. I like owning my own domain name, and to me, it’s worth the money. So I decided to put some redirect script onto the blogspot page.

In the process, I messed up the template.

I will, I hope, have it back the way it was before, better, stronger, faster…You may change your bookmarks, if you like. Sorry about all the confusion.

My e-mail will continue to cruise over to AOL, though I have forwarded mail.


Brit Hume says that Disney, who owns ABC, must be smarting at being portrayed in the press as “a profit-hungry, greedy corporation uninterested in bringing the news to America.”

Well, Brit (is Droopy your dad, by the way?), if it walks like a profit-hungry, greedy corporation uninterested in bringing the news to America, and if it quacks like a profit-hungry, greedy corporation uninterested in bringing the news to America…well…

It’s nice to some extent to know that the bullshit doesn’t stop when you’re in the highest levels of the profession, that the capitalists will always dick around with the news staff no matter where you are, and that the foolish dynamic doesn’t change at different levels of professionalism in the media. Even at ABC news, it seems, management just isn’t happy until it runs in and goes mad with a thresher.

By its very nature, news is a liability. News staff is not there to help sell advertising. News staff will require a budget and will sop up your resources and will never on its own generate a dime for you. The concept of news as a profit center is a new idea. Television networks initially established news departments because radio had them, and radio had them at the behest of the FCC, which once upon a time as a useful governmental entity held a crazy notion that the public airwaves belonged to the public and had an obligation to serve said public.

“Nightline” was born from that idea in an urgent time. Iran had our people, and Ted Koppel kept us apprised of the progress at 11:30 p.m. every night. There was no CNN and no Internet. There was only Ted.

It was a noble experiment, one that stuck and one that has brought some of the most compelling news stories over the years. Every weekday evening, a serious and respected newsman sits down to tell a story, and a news format developed and perfected in that time slot delivers news with a depth that Stone Phillips and the gang can’t touch.

It doesn’t surprise me that ABC and Disney brass can be so cavalier with Koppel, who deserves a far fairer shake than all of this. Stuffed-shirt capitalist pinheads like this cannot grasp the value of a good news staff and can’t grasp the value of anything that doesn’t have a bottom line. “Nightline” is still doing its job, and people still need “Nightline.” Demographics be darned to heck.

Pet peeve #7,642:

Just because that door has a button to push to make it open automatically doesn’t mean that you should push that button and make the door open automatically.

Do you see the little icon underneath it? That button is for folks who can’t open that door on their own. “Disabled” people, as it were.

Here’s the thing about machines: The more they’re used, the more maintenance they require and the more likely they are to BREAK. Therefore, the more pedestrians use that button, the more likely it is not to be available for somebody who might actually NEED it.

So take your little arm and grab the little handle and PULL.


Note to self: Don’t forget to watch “The Osbornes” tonight on MTV at 10. Thank you.

Note to YOU. Amy Fisher isn’t boxing Tonya now. Paula Jones is.

Won’t that be a little more interesting?


In about 15 minutes, I’m going to eat cake.

We’re all going to eat cake.

Everybody in my office is going to eat cake.

Cake, cake, cake, cake, cake. Cake, cake. Let’s all eat some cake.


Last night, I made what was possibly the most yummy lasagna that has ever been created in the universe.

It was a test project. I’m having the fam over to the big house Friday for lasagna. Some of the housemates are traveling, so I decided that this would be a great week to go nutzo in the kitchen. And I’ve been dying to teach myself how to make a good lasagna. However, it’s never wise to spring your first attempt on guests. So, I guess I’ll be living on lasagna for the next few days. A tip: The non-boil noodles are fantastic. Just throw them in and they do all the werk. No muss no fuss. I made a few mistakes, but that’s why I have the practice batch. The batch I pull out of the oven on Friday is going to be killah.

In other breaking news: I’m going to Las Vegas on Sunday. I’m a little nervous about the whole damned thing, starting with the question of whether or not I will be capable of getting my ass out of bed when I’m required to in order to make my plane and ending with the question of whether or not some whackos will try to fly my airplane into the side of a building. But I have to go. It’s bidness.

I will, by the way, be able to blog from there. One of the advantage of using Blogger is that I don’t have to rely on having FTP software to do what I gotta do. And, I am in charge of the Cyber View Café, so I’ll be sitting in front of a compyooter pretty much all day. Yep, I’ll blog from Vegas, baby.