Here is the first side of the Town Managers’ self titled EP on Shredder Records.
This side contains the following hit songs:
13 Lucky Days
Polka-dot Bandana Nightmare
The Town Managers were one of Joe Jack Talcum's post- Dead Milkmen bands. The 2 songs here were the first 2 songs from their self-titled EP (which was released as a 7” in the late 90s). Both songs are rad, as is this whole EP. The second song, “Polka-dot Bandana Nightmare” is my favorite Town Managers’ song, and one of my favorite Joe songs of all time. I used to play the shit out of this on the radio back in college.
My purple socks say “fuck you” on the side of them.
And I won’t block out the dudes’ full names, and won’t black out their photos. And I’ll also post links to and screencaps of their dating site/Facebook profiles. These fucking shitlickers deserve to be publicly humiliated. The whole world needs to know about…
Your stupidity should be illegal. I love that you tagged your reblog with #fuckfeminism. At least you’re making it perfectly clear to the entire world what a sad, confused asshole you are.
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I'm going to start a Straight White Boys Sexting Uncensored Tumblr
And I won’t block out the dudes’ full names, and won’t black out their photos. And I’ll also post links to and screencaps of their dating site/Facebook profiles. These fucking shitlickers deserve to be publicly humiliated. The whole world needs to know about them. Hopefully the harassment they get from being publicly outed as sleazebags will give them just the tiniest taste of what it’s like to be a female in the dating world. Or just a female in general, I suppose.
For the first time ever Al might actually get to number 1 on Billboard’s charts! He’s trailing behind Jason Mraz.
What can you do to ensure Al reaches the number one spot? Go and get his album. Spread the news around. Think somebody you know would like Al’s music? Get them an album or encourage…
Help "Weird Al" Yankovic score his very first #1 album on the Billboard charts!! Buy it wherever you can TODAY! This is most likely his final traditional studio album, so let’s all do our best to help it reach #1.
Also, Jason Mraz fucking suuuuuuuuuuucks. Don’t let that wuss beat our boy Al.
The end credit music from Carpenter’s Prince of Darkness. Oddly enough, this song isn’t on the official soundtrack, but it is included on an amazing unauthorized deluxe edition that spans 2 CDs. I doubt this is still available for sale anywhere seeing as it was a bootleg, but luckily you can download it here.
I had a dream that Rachel and I were at a Queens of the Stone Age concert. They were playing what appeared to be a high school gymnasium, and Rachel and I were sitting in the front row on those retractable wooden bleachers. QOTSA opened their set with a cover of Agent Orange’s “Bloodstains,” and we were the only people that seemed to recognize it as a cover song. After they finished playing the song, Josh Homme pointed to us and asked us some random question about our sex life. I don’t remember exactly what the question was, but I do remember it wasn’t offensive or anything, just strange. There was an awkward silence before we both tried to say something, but it wasn’t making any sense so we just stopped talking.
After the show, we were super pissed at Josh for singling us out, so we decided to pay him a visit at his home. We brought with us a red woman’s shoe with white polka dots on it. When we got to Josh’s home, which was on the third floor of this weird grey wooden condo complex, we dropped the shoe and rang the doorbell. It was then that we realized that we had no idea what we were going to say or do, so we decided it was best to leave. I grabbed the shoe and we hustled down the stairs. As we were leaving we heard the door open and Brody Dalle was saying, “hello? who’s there? what’s going on?” We quickened our pace until we were on the ground floor when we decided it was best if we split up. Rachel took off down the street, I went in the opposite direction towards a golf course. I had to climb through some sort of big concrete pipe to get access to the golf course, them I headed home.