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DAFT PUNK EAT YOUR HEART OUT

KIEL JOHNSON - SHOOT DAY W/ROGER.TV

KIEL JOHNSON - SHOOT DAY W/ROGER.TV

KIEL JOHNSON - SHOOT DAY W/ROGER.TV

KIEL JOHNSON - SHOOT DAY W/ROGER.TV

KIEL JOHNSON - SHOOT DAY W/ROGER.TV

KIEL JOHNSON - SHOOT DAY W/ROGER.TV

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I wish this was the performance we got at Coachella in 2010! Oh well, the fireworks were pretty sweet.


DBlawg fans: as you all know, I don’t normally provide a whole lot of my own commentary. DBlawg is more of a collection or a collage of things that I enjoy (and hope you will too) from the endless world of entertainment and information that is the interwebs. So when I tell you that this latest post comes from some guest-blogging I have been doing with eco-friendly company TRTL BOT, you’ll know what I mean.

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Banksy Directs Simpsons Intro

“Banksy is the pseudonym of a British graffiti artist, political activist and painter, whose identity is unconfirmed” – thank you Wikipedia!

You can also check out his website here

For those of you who are already “in the know” on Banksy, you’re either going to love the dark satire he has cleverly woven into the most recent Simpson’s intro, or you’re going to think more about how main-stream Banksy’s identity and his work have become. Take it or leave it, there it is!



Seeing Detroit Through the Eyes of a Jackass

Television prankster Johnny Knoxville established himself as the ultimate teenage-boy hero by filming himself getting maced, beaten, and tasered on the MTV show and movie franchise Jackass. His recent work, however, is directed at a slightly more sophisticated crowd.

In “Detroit Lives“–a three-part video series in collaboration with Palladium Boots–Knoxville brings viewers along a tour of the Motor City, exploring its rise, fall, and potential rebirth by showcasing the city’s burgeoning youth movements.

According to the series’s website:

Once the fourth-largest metropolis in America—some have called it the Death of the American Dream. Today, the young people of the Motor City are making it their own DIY paradise where rules are second to passion and creativity. They are creating the new Detroit on their own terms, against real adversity.

This “real adversity” includes one of the nation’s highest murder and unemployment rates, but also, what one of the video’s interviewees calls “pick and choose journalism,” which tends to highlight Detroit’s bad while ignoring all its good.

Is it just mean or does it kind of seem like hipsters might actually save the city of Detroit??


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