Gallery Updated - New Sticky Theme

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I have finally gotten around to updating the gallery to Gallery 2.0. You can see the pictures here:

Gallery Photos

Also, I have christened the crazy TVE Interview lady as my official sticky theme person. If it's an important article, she'll be there to cover it!

New Site Theme

This site hasn't been updated in so long, so why not a quick style update?

Photo updates to follow soon.

-- MGJ

New Wave Country

Why can't they make music videos like this anymore (RealPlayer required)?


Ref.1: New Wave Country - Country New Wave
Ich steh auf Country, sie auf New Wave.
Sie hört gern Ideal, ich lieber Dave
Ich steh auf Country, sie auf New Wave.

1. New Wave muss sein,
das redet sie mir ein.
Die ganze Scene ist tierisch drauf,
das muss das schärfste sein.

Warum ich sie so mag?
Daa daa daa - ahaa!
Sie hört die Neue Welle
von Ideal bis Hubert Kah.


Ref.2: New Wave Country - Country New Wave

Members Only

Please note: to read this article, you need to own a "Members Only" jacket. Check out the sweet epaulets on the jacket. I used to put my gloves in there during the winter.

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Fashion Faux Pas

Members Only, Bugle Boy and L.A. Gear

At the dawn of the decade, an obscure company called Europe Craft Imports revolutionized the men's outerwear market with a tight- fitting shiny cotton jacket, adorned with a throat latch, snap epaulets and, most important, a small but conspicuous "Members Only" tag over the left breast pocket. True, there was a certain inherent paradox to a $65 mass-market product, available in two dozen hues, whose name spoke of exclusivity.

Unlimited Power

You have to check out the hilarity of this clip. Unless you've been living under a rock, you have probably witnessed some form of Tom Cruise's somewhat "interesting" behavior as of late.

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zaftig defined

zaftig |ˈzäftig; -tik| (also zoftig)
adjective informal
(of a woman) having a full, rounded figure; plump.
ORIGIN 1930s: Yiddish, from German saftig ‘juicy.’

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