What were the kids of West Hollywood up to last night for Cinco de Mayo? Nada much but a little bit of tequila, lime, salt and good old fashioned rock n’ roll –along the bar tops of Los Angeles. It’s kinda of like the movie Coyote Ugly that starred Tyra Banks–but the flipped out version.
Here’s bandito boi (top) who was dancing to Glee‘s It’s My Life/ Confessions -Part II song at Mickeys when this photograph was snapped.
And, here’s cowboy rocker (bottom) dancing to Pour Some Sugar On Me. The Taylor Swift with Def Leppard version at Eleven. Lyrics to both songs follow after the jump:
If there’s one thing about the kids of America–they always know how to have their fun. And… isn’t it cool, to see West Hollywood having a good push to grow the rock n’ roll genre. You’ve gotta love this city–such good sports!
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President Barack Obama, is tapping the ‘under-utilized’ people-resources of America, to appeal to the average American Joe, to let a sense of patriotism arise in one’s heart so that you can go and volunteer your no-no off to help rebuild American communities.
He’s enlisted the help of Jon Bon Jovi and the Bon Jovi band to be the face of this campaign effort.
On one hand, you could argue that in light of George W. Bush/ Cheney‘s one trillion dollar deficit presidency, this is a wise path forward, for all Americans to unite (beyond money) to dig America out of this deficit-rutt faster. On the other hand you could argue that this is turning American citizens into the United Slaves of America–using patriotism and a famous face to do that.
1. Don’t you wish America was still a big Western movie still, then you could just post 105 WANTED DEAD OR ALIVE posters up, for 105 AIG bank robbers and let the American tax payer, help Sheriff Cuomo out and just go get ‘em and get that mullah back!
2. In 1958, when we weren’t in a global recession, Steve McQueen was paid $3,000 to appear in Dead or Alive. This was the fee for the entire movie. In 2008/09, when we are in a global recession, the Head Gang-Banger of AIG got paid, over $19,000 a day, to put his suit and tie on, gotto the AIG office each day and systemically screw the American tax payer and AIG shareholders over. (This average is based on the $4.6million this man recieved and based on 242 working days, which is the average number of days that the hardworking American tax payer works a year).
3. Don’t you wish this was still the Wild Wild American West sometimes? I know I do! Then the word Bounty Hunter would be such a great career, cleaning up the new American frontier today.
4. Bring back Clint Eastwood to fix this AIG shiz up! And do a movie about it!
Btw: Steve McQueen’s Dead or Alive is still a great watch! It has been available on DVD since 2005. Have a great day. Here’s Bon Jovi’s classic American Anthem on the matter of 105 AIG people who are WANTED: DEAD OR ALIVE.