Ep. 1175: But I don't WANNA Twitter! Video
Eddie Spaghetti is the lead singer and bassist for the American rock 'n' roll band the Supersuckers.
Don`t Worship False Idols!!! Punk Rock video in a humorous style? Elements of Misfits musically but other than that i have no comparisons of my own. You tell me...
Happy Monday, everyone! On today's show, we're loving the new RockMelt browser, even though yes, we know, we could do the same thing with extensions. We just don't want to. Also, Apple doesn't care if you make it to work on time, they're not fixing that DST alarm bug. Maybe you're just waking up wring. Also, we go crazy for the Call of Duty: Black Ops ad and I launch the most unfair phone-return plan ever. --Molly
Don't cancel your virus scans because they're inconvenient. Reschedule them!
This is the story of two reporters who don't really know what they're talking about because the content is random.
Headlines from today's show include Facebook and Bing's new search partnership, when "bill shock" crosses over into "bill kill," and Molly admits she was wrong about the iPad. People are totally buying that thing. They're also buying Macs in droves, apparently. And also: rock 'em sock 'em robot torture. --Molly
CEO Jeff Miller rolls out a new service to let college and university students rent out their cars when they're sitting idle.
In titles we didn't use because they're not SEO-friendly, topics today include the fact that it's on like Brian Tong (tm), Jessica Simpson's tooth fur, gold does grow on trees, and tiny fists of rage. We interview RockMelt's CEO and ask him to explain that name, and we preview the latest TRON trailer MST3K style. Did we mention the tooth fur? Ew. --Molly
Netflix rocks our world with the news that they're splitting up into two separate companies: Netflix for streaming and embedded media delivery, and Qwikster (yeah, seriously) for DVD delivery. Best part? Two Websites, two accounts, two queues! What's not to love? Also, Google Wallet and AT&T LTE arrive, Molly tees off on the Droid X again, and be warned, mateys: we do talk like pirates.
A band you have to see to believe, the Black Lips are the kings of today's psychedelic garage rock underground. They started the band when they were 15 years old and spent the next seven years touring the world, booking themselves, playing for scraps. Underground parties, basement shows, outlaw festivals, the odd tour opening for Yeah Yeah Yeahs, The Dirtbombs, and Be Your Own Pet in actual legitimate venues(!), plus three classic albums, countless 7"s, a couple DVDs, and their own vinyl garage rock label Die Slaughterhaus cemented their reputation. They're now 22 years old, grizzled veterans of the underground, and legends in the scene.