#TBT Video: The Temper Trap - Sweet Disposition

Thursday, September 03, 2015

Good music is and always will be.

Kick that Indonesian Australian beat DJ.

Damn That's...Ewww...But I Watched It Anyway: I Dare You ft. Arden Cho

Thursday, September 03, 2015

I'd be taking some passes...

Because there's no need to win that game...


And This Is It: Jason Chu On Illegal Immigration: America's First Tradition (Donald Trump Response) // Spoken Word

Thursday, September 03, 2015

Check out the spoken word response to Donald Trump and others on illegal immigration from Jason Chu.


I think that about does it.

Nate Tao Cover + Tori Kelly: Nobody Love

Thursday, September 03, 2015


If Idris Elba Is Too Street To Play James Bond I'm A White Guy With A Small Penis Who's Going To Be Pope

Wednesday, September 02, 2015

And by Pope I mean priest.

And by priest I mean the guy formerly known as the Subway spokesperson.

All of which lead me to the final - or beginning conclusion:

Idris Elba would be an awesome James Bond, and I have a fairly large penis.


The non sequitur is the tool of the lazy and since my parole officer said I had to shed some pounds so he could give me a proper lap dance I do plan on catching a few movies while I wait at the drive-thru for some honey suckle waxxy shat love.

Check Out A Tesla With Melody Hahm

Wednesday, September 02, 2015

Well not in person...I can't help you with that, but I can help with a link to the Yahoo Finance article and video...zero-profile door handles...

Christmas is almost here?

I've been good?

Wong Kim Ark + The Washington Post + Accidental Anchor Babies

Wednesday, September 02, 2015

There's a good write-up of Wong Kim Ark down at the Washington Post - and obviously - very apropos:

Young men like Wong were not called “anchor babies” by critics then, but rather “accidental citizens,” said University of New Hampshire legal historian Lucy Salyer, “citizens by the accident of birth” as the dissenting justices in Wong Kim Ark’s Supreme Court case would put it.
Read it in full.

In Pics: Awkwafina + MTV's Girl Code Live

Monday, August 31, 2015

Shitty Things White People Say: The Donald Trump Edition (Language NSFW)

Monday, August 31, 2015

Pic: Joseph Kahn On His Blank Space Win With Taylor Swift

Monday, August 31, 2015

I don't have the exact text from last night's show off hand - but even though Joseph has won other awards I do wonder if his parents still think he's in med school...

Fuck Me #1 - #3 + Trump Gets A Little Chinky In Iowa + Do You Know How Much Money We Owe The White Countries?

Wednesday, August 26, 2015

If you happened to be watching, and maybe you were or maybe you just saw a piece of his speech (that would be me) you couldn't help but notice the xenophobia when talking about the deficit and "mimicking" (AKA see getting kind of Chinky) someone from China in Trump broken English - and yes - that seemed to illicit some smiles from his supporters.

That's fuck me #1 because we all know where that goes.

Just the other day I was talking with a fairly liberal White Man and while they don't like Trump they said they understood him - where he's coming from. It was said in such a way that while not liking Trump they could feel his base concerns and while there was nothing specific mentioned, you can only wonder...

That's fuck me #2 because you can't deny Trump is hitting a "nerve" with people who - you know - maybe still have reservations on so many Brown people, and themselves becoming the minority in this country, even if they're liberals. They may not vote for them, but still - fuck me #2 right? Because we all know the liberal White People who aren't quite as liberal as they think.

And finally - because it's almost my bedtime and I still want coffee - why is it that the Asian countries get called out - specifically China and Japan - when out of the $6.175 trillion there're a butt-load of non-Asian countries who "own" a piece of America too (see the treasury.gov numbers)?

I get it - you don't want one country holding too much - but how come you never hear about Ireland, Belgium, or Switzerland?

In Billions:

Ireland $217.7
Switzerland - $217.1
United Kingdom 2/ - $214.7
Belgium - $207.7
Luxembourg - $184

Add it up - that's $1041.2 billion - aka over a $1 Trillion.

The next Asian country holding any U.S. Treasury Securities outside of China or Japan is Hong Kong - #11 on the list at $181.3 billion.

If you decide to break it down into Asian and Non-Asian countries who we owe money too it's pretty damn even - because we're equal opportunity for cash in this country - sometimes...

But you never hear about how those Irish and Belgium "Engrish" speaking MF's are slowly buying up America do you?


They just focus on the Asian countries, which can turn the focus on Asian Americans and not in a good way (because we're just a bunch of shitty speaking english MF's who no doubt will sell out the U.S. even though we live here and are citizens).

And yes - that is fuck me #3 - and yes, I will end with a poem even though you didn't ask.

Nighty night,
Don't let the Donald fuck you up,
Jorge Ramos needs a comic too.

P.S. Ferguson (I Think Judge Donald McCullin Needs His Own Super Hero Comic)

Wednesday, August 26, 2015


I like that.

I'll buy it.

Someone needs to get on this...

Paul Rodriguez + Christopher Chann = Trick Challenge Goodness

Tuesday, August 25, 2015

Withe close to 330K subscribers, and sticking to his YouTube roots, Christopher Chann it seems is also meeting the right folks.

Here's a quick clip from earlier this month with Paul Rodriguez.

Here's his first street part from earlier this year.

From The Daily Bruin With Love (AKA Arthur Wang, Policy, History And Asian American Success)

Monday, August 24, 2015

I can't say I buy into everything on this article - but still a good read:

Amy Chua [...] Her newest work, “The Triple Package,” is a travesty of a social science book that manages to double down on the culturalist interpretation of success. It suggests that these explanations remain highly attractive despite decades of research indicating that Asian academic achievement is connected to government policies and social institutions. The myth that Asian cultural values explain success continues to be repeated after half a century, oversimplifying the complexities and history of Asian Americans.
Read it in full at the Daily Bruin.

She Was Mine - AJ Rafael & Jesse Barrera #RedRoses

Friday, August 21, 2015