Thursday, December 21, 2006

Gangsta Gangsta


This version is done with Fat Albert's cartoon.




Wednesday, December 20, 2006

Friday, December 15, 2006

Truth Hurts





The host for the reality show Cheaters got stab for intruding into people's life. I guess even in US do not have law to protect 1's privacy.

Wednesday, December 13, 2006

KRU - Fobia





Can any Penangite forget that VOR was hotter than Rock World? VOR was the place where I went to see LMF performed live. Penang Bridge is featured in the video too.



I know 50% of this video was filmed in Penang, is it possible it is 100% filmed in Penang? As you know I'm from Penang Island, do you need a clue why I like this video?

Peter Boyle Dead At 71







If you watch the show Everybody Loves Raymond, you may know him.



(CBS) NEW YORK Peter Boyle, the tall, prematurely bald actor who was the tap-dancing monster in "Young Frankenstein" and the curmudgeonly father in the long-running CBS sitcom "Everybody Loves Raymond," has died. He was 71.



The veteran character actor died Tuesday evening in New York after a long battle with multiple myeloma and heart disease, his publicist, Jennifer Plante, told The ShowBuzz Wednesday.



Boyle had health problems in the past, including a stroke that rendered him speechless in 1990 and a heart attack in 1999 on the "Raymond" set. But he always recovered to return to work CBS News correspondent Jerry Bowen reports.



"He could play this guy who seems scary but really underneath it has this heart you know? And get a laugh doing it," Ray Romano said of his "Raymond" co-star. "To get the audience to hate your character ... but love you is unique."



A Christian Brothers monk who turned to acting, Boyle gained notice playing an angry working man in the Vietnam-era hit "Joe." But he overcame typecasting when he took on the role of the hulking, lab-created monster in Mel Brooks' 1974 send-up of horror films.



The movie's defining moment came when Gene Wilder, as scientist Frederick Frankenstein, introduced his creation to an upscale audience. Boyle, decked out in top hat and tails, performed a song-and-dance routine to the Irving Berlin classic "Puttin' On the Ritz."



It showed another side of the Emmy-winning actor, one that would be exploited in countless other films and perhaps best in "Everybody Loves Raymond," in which he played incorrigible paterfamilias Frank Barone for 10 years. He received five Emmy nominations for that role, though he never won.



"He's just obnoxious in a nice way, just for laughs," Boyle said of the character in a 2001 interview. "It's a very sweet experience having this happen at a time when you basically go back over your life and see every mistake you ever made."



When Boyle tried out for the role opposite series star Romano's Ray Barone, however, he was kept waiting for his audition -- and he was not happy.



"He came in all hot and angry," recalled the show's creator, Phil Rosenthal, "and I hired him because I was afraid of him."



But Rosenthal also noted: "I knew right away that he had a comic presence."



The actor first came to the public's attention more than a quarter century before. "Joe" was a sleeper hit in which he portrayed the title role, an angry, murderous bigot at odds with the era's emerging hippie youth culture.



Although critically acclaimed, he faced being categorized as someone who played tough, angry types. He broke free of that to some degree as Robert Redford's campaign manager in "The Candidate," and shed it entirely in "Young Frankenstein."



The latter film also led to the actor meeting his wife, Loraine Alterman, who visited the set as a reporter for Rolling Stone magazine. Boyle, still in his monster makeup, quickly asked her for a date.



He went on to appear in dozens of films and to star in "Joe Bash," an acclaimed but short-lived 1986 "dramedy" in which he played a lonely beat cop. He won an Emmy in 1996 for his guest-starring role in an episode of "The X Files," and for the 1977 TV film "Tail Gunner Joe," in which he played Sen. Joseph McCarthy.



In the 1976 film "Taxi Driver," he was the cabbie-philosopher Wizard, who counseled Robert De Niro's violent Travis Bickle.



Other notable films included "T.R. Baskin," "F.I.S.T.," "Johnny Dangerously," "Conspiracy: Trial of the Chicago 8" (as activist David Dellinger), "The Dream Team," "The Santa Claus," "The Santa Claus 2," "While You Were Sleeping" (in a charming turn as Sandra Bullock's future father-in-law) and "Scooby Doo 2: Monsters Unleashed."



Educated in Roman Catholic schools in Philadelphia, Boyle spent three years in a monastery before abandoning his studies there. He later described the experience as similar to "living in the Middle Ages."



He explained his decision to leave in 1991: "I felt the call for a while; then I felt the normal pull of the world and the flesh."




source: http://cbs4boston.com/topstories/topstories_story_347112437.html

Monday, December 11, 2006

Nike Air Force 1 25th Anniversary

2007 marks the 25th Anniversary of the Nike Air Force 1 and the sportswear giant is going to bring forth their best works on Bruce Kilgore’s creation. The first series is named NIKE AIR FORCE I 25th Anniversary - Crafting The Perfect One coming in 5 different designs.A video is specially made to document the crafting of the shoe entirely by hand in Italy(www.sneakerfreaker.com)a must see guys..
More news to come on the Nike Air Force 1 25th Anniversary project, stay






AF I Low Crocodile (Handmade in Italy)






AF I Low Anaconda (Handmade in Italy)






AF I Low Supreme





AF I High Premium





AF 25 Supreme






info from slamxhype.com

Sunday, December 10, 2006

Bump Into Who?



Damien @ Shorty Soul, one of the best producer in M'sia.





Naomi, a friend.

Tuesday, December 05, 2006

KFC Deep Fried

It's just regular day for a regular meal, plan got cancelled because the KFC joint at PJ Sec. 14 was caught up with fire.






Hip Hop singer held for dadah






Source: New Starit Times Tuesday, December5, 2006


Friday, December 01, 2006

Pac's Life

2Pac ft. Ashanti & T.I. - Pac's Life













Official website: http://www.2paclegacy.com/

Makaveli Branded: http://www.makaveli-branded.com/

Take time to visit http://www.tupaccontests.com/ too.



Ashanti speaks about the track