Alex here, I thought I’d spit at you my list of the to 10 hottest bitches of all time:
Monthly Archive for June, 2008
There’s nothing more rowtow than making your own scotch out of pharmaceuticals:
Mark this occasion: it’s the first bascule-posted Beer of the Day that Jesse might actually find tolerable.
For being so cheap, Schlitz manages to stand out by actually having a flavor. When other beers in the category, such as Budweiser, only manage to conjure a flavor that can be best described as “ass”, Schlitz actually manages to manage a flavor that one can actually describe as verging on “good”. PBR manages a not-so-close second in this category with its “skunk”, but that said, Schlitz actually manages a mild hop flavor, but certainly one not strong enough to be offensive to hop haters.
The Schlitz story in a nutshell: Decades ago Schlitz was #1 in America, but suffered disaster after making a number of substitutions of cheaper ingredients in the recipe. People were pissed off at how the flavor suffered, and the brewery whose beer “made Milwaukee famous” went bankrupt.
Fast forward to the present: the company who makes PBR started brewing Schlitz again a few years ago. It’s starting to find its way into bars and liquor stores.
When I eventually get over my microbrew beer snobbery and just want a nice cheap beer I can crack open at the end of the day, I can see it becoming Sclitz. This stuff rocks, and it’s cheap.
I happened to be at the grocery store on this day and I bought a 3.2 tallboy of PBR for the LULZ.
They could stop me from buying booze, but they couldn’t stop me from drinking Listerine!
The Decline of Western Civilization Continues:
One of my most favorite songs of my childhood is Michael Jackson’s “Beat It”:
Great pop lyrics by MJ, great production by Quincy Jones, not mention Mr. Eddie Van Halen on Guitar. This is from the golden days of when Michael Jackson was a talented, young, good looking black musician who everyone liked. Back then the dirty “rumor” about him was that… he might be gay. Man, I wish that was the truth.
Also, I dig the story of the video, why aren’t there interracial street gangs like this anymore? Last movie I saw that had them was Crocodile Dundee 2, I think.
Needless to say, I was disgusted to see Amy Winehouse’s “version” of Beat It:
What’s really funny is that this was made waaaaaaaaaaay before Back to Black broke big and she already was a fuckin’ mess, though I guess this was just booze, not crack. The look on Charlotte Church’s face is priceless though.
However, compared to this garbage by Fall Out Boy, Wino’s version is like Jimi Hendrix’s cover of “All Along the Watchtower”:
What’s sad is that i bet that there’s a ton of idiotic 13 year old kids out there that think this is an original song by Fall Out Boy, much like Alien Ant Farm’s “Smooth Criminal”.
This is yet another reason why I only listen to Ambient music these days.
Team Rowtow has been rockin’ a lot of stuff from UK’s hiphop scene for years due to our love of pirate radio: Grime, 2step, UK Garage, etc. but the most awesome style of music we’ve found in years has been Dubstep.
Sayeth thee wikipedia:
Dubstep is a genre of electronic dance music that has its roots in London’s early 2000s UK garage scene. The genre’s name was coined by Ammunition Promotions. Musically, dubstep is distinguished by its dark mood, sparse rhythms, and emphasis on bass.
If you want to snag some albums, we recommend:
Well, leave it to Cy to shit up Rowtow.com with fuckin’ Heidi Montag’s “music”.
Cleanse your palletes with this nice video Katy Perry performing “UR SO GAY” live at SXSW 2008:
Cy says this song is going to blow the fuck up. Let’s all pray to Alla that he’s wrong.
This should keep you safe in Five Points.
This past weekend in Denver, we had the annual gay pride parade. J-Roc snapped some photos of the interesting things seen at it.
Wisely rules, you should peep this new video. It’s got Shane from Weeds in it and the song is pretty chill.