I found this little gem inside a mid-nineties issue of Bicycle Guide magazine. This was back when cycling publications had useful articles that weren't about Lance Armstrong's Le' Tour preparations and Jan Ulrich's weight problems.
Ever wonder which muscles fire when - during your pedal stroke? Here's a chart of the clinical analysis.
Click the image for a printable/readable size.
Under any normal circumstances I wouldn't be lured into viewing a film such as Madagascar, for I pegged it as turd long before I sat down in the theater. However, when it is pouring rain outside and you are in charge of three children under the age of 10 who sit and stare you all day long unless you keep the activities rolling like a freight train - an hour and a half at the movie theater seemed like a good idea.
Madagascar successfully represents awful children's cinema and willfully encourages a generation of stupid kids brought-up on its brand of shit-laden-crap.
Several weeks ago I designed an Anti-Anti-Piracy Seal for creators who aren't concerned with file sharing and federal level copyright infringement. While browsing the Creative Commons (a nonprofit organization that offers a flexible copyright for creative work) website, I found a resource of downloadable logos. One logo, the Share Music License, is in the same vein as my Anti-Anti-Piracy Seal and would look just as good on the back of an album.
A long time ago there was a young comedian named Adam Sandler with the desire to leave his television background and make funny movies. He accomplished this feat in 1995 with the release of "Billy Madison" and then repeated his success with "Happy Gilmore." Instead of quitting while ahead, he went on to make shittier films, each less funny then the last.
For a paltry sum of $5.00, my latest album Rouleur can now be downloaded on-line.
It is available in 192kb MP3, Ogg Vorbis and iTunes AAC formats.
After pulling my hair out all afternoon trying to program a payment and access key system to integrate with Paypal, I am now proud to present the awesomeness that is Rouleur at only 50 cents per song.