'We Are All Brad Renfro' - except this guy.

ABC 7 might want to check their sources.

Heidi Montag shows us what Kristeva meant by "The Abject"

From MAXIM: "Yeah, I'm working on an album, but it's not like with most pop artists, where they have a song sent to them that has nothing to do with their emotions or lives. It's all about me and my life. I'm taking my time to make sure it's a CLASSIC. I don't want to be the next pop person who's in and out. I want to be like Michael Jackson, Madonna, Stevie Wonder - all the greats."

THE ABJECT, abjection (Kristeva): Our reaction (horror, vomit) to a threatened breakdown in meaning caused by the loss of the distinction between subject and object or between self and other. The primary example is the corpse (which traumatically reminds us of our own materiality); however, other items can elicit the same reaction: the open wound, sewage, even a particularly immoral crime.

What ARE we talking about?

The eternal debate, "practice" or "playoffs," a conversation between Allen Iverson and Jim Mora:

The Year of the Panda Bear

It really was the year of the Panda.

Now that Pitchfork has named Panda Bear's "Person Pitch" the "Album of the Year," it should be noted that Cosmodrome predicted this SUBCONSCIOUSLY by posting about panda bears a total of five times in the year 2007, making it the most talked about subject this year, besides Daft Punk.

So here they are for you, our retrospective prophesy confirmed!

Scenes from Indiana Jones, set to the music of Panda Bear.

Thai Zoo Hopes Porn Will Get Sluggish Pandas to Mate

Seinfeld Babies

If it is too early in the morning to have your mind blown to bits 'n' pieces, please do not watch this video:

How Errol Morris Writes A Letter

I hope he uses these when paying his rent or cable bill.

Also of note: Errol Morris' head-spinning, three-week, 250,000+ word blog about two similar cannonball-laden Crimean War images was so popular that:
"If you add the readers' comments to Morris' own writing, you get a word count of about 223,000, which—just to put it in perspective—is slightly longer than Moby-Dick."

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Moby's Liberal Guilt + Philip Glass's Talent = PERFECTO!

As Hollywood writers strike in the name of their intellectual property, electro-Democrat Moby has decided to work in overdrive to make his intellectual property available to filmmakers who normally wouldn't be able to afford it.

Here, you will find 40-someodd songs that Moby has composed and recorded for independent filmmakers to yank for free. (He only asks for a small fee, should the movie make any money, to be donated to a charity of his choice.)

The problem with this equation: who wants a film score composed by Moby? I mean, besides every corporate manufacturer known to man.

If only Philip Glass had a bleeding heart...
Or Alexandre Desplat...
Imagine a film shot on digi-8 aligned to the goth-operatics of Elfman...

Baby steps.

Meniscal Tears: A Mix

This place has gone too long without any music, so HERE or HERE is some music to dance to despite a couple bum knees.

1. Midnight Juggernauts: “Shadows (Ajax Remix)” (Dystopia)
2. Hot Chip: “Shake a Fist” (Shot Down In Flames)
3. Future of the Left: “Fingers Become Thumbs” (Curses)
4. Notorious B.I.G.: “Party & Bullshit (Ratatat Remix)” (Remixes Vol. 2)
5. Matthew Dear: “Deserter (Four Tet Remix)” (Deserter Promo)
6. Scenario Rock: “Both Gotta Move On (Sebastian Remix)”
7. Pulp: “Do You Remember The First Time?” (His ‘n Hers)
8. Liars: “Plaster Casts of Everything” (Liars)
9. Blue States: “Allies” (First Steps Into)
10. Kylie Minogue: “2 Hearts (Studio Version)”
11. Muscles: “Ice Cream” (Guns Babes and Lemonade)
12. Boyz Noize: “Let’s Buy Happiness” (Oi Oi Oi)
13. Love And Rockets: “Mirror People ‘88”(Sorted! Best of…)
14. Robyn: “Since U Been Gone”

Lady MacBeth Rises From Grave to Attack Condi; Still Has Blood on Hands

A protester "attacked" Secretary of State Condoleeza Rice as she arrived to testify before the House Foreign Relations Committee.

[Via The New York Post, includes video.]

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