oh man this is clearly the best thing ever

  • Feb. 10th, 2006 at 5:09 AM
cali: (group love)
Thanks to [livejournal.com profile] digital_diva I have now seen the NSYNC/Tim McGraw Atlantis concert medley and it is fantastic. JC is such a fanboy! He's all over Tim and just smiling and generally looking elated and he doesn't move from his side even through everyone else does. I am all a-squee. I love them so much. The outfits! Clearly still the bedazzled era and Tim is wearing ripped wranglers as a nod to the boys' own style. And Lance's voice during Lean On Me *swoon* (I still miss his nose!) It's all very, very adorable and cute and happy making.

You have all seen this, correct? Because I've uploaded it incase any of you haven't and you really must. It's--I love my boys.
[ Nsync and Tim McGraw - Atlantis Concert Medley ] -- avi, 38mb

JC on Britney, MR on Cribs, mp3s anyone?

  • May. 17th, 2005 at 9:50 PM
cali: (group love)
Congrats to everyone who got Challenge tickets this morning. I'm horribly jealous, but I know you guys will be posting the highlights for the rest of us. Take lots of pictures! Have lots of fun!

JC was on Britney's show Chaotic earlier this evening talking about sex and looking generally adorable funny. I haven't seen a direct feed version of it yet, so let me know if there is one but [livejournal.com profile] dfloss88 shot a video of her tv and [livejournal.com profile] fuskeez shared it so I'm re-sharing.
[ JC - Chaotic ] -- avi, 10mb

I spoke too soon, [livejournal.com profile] raedoro capped it, so here's that version too (note: the first is slightly longer and has a bit of Britney finishing off the segment): [ JC - Chaotic ] --mpg, 8.5mb
Michael Rosenbaum was on MTV Cribs last week (I think it was the 11th?) He was fabulous and you've probably all seen it but I uploaded it anyway. Highlights include MR dancing in his socks and working out in high heels. Much thanks to [livejournal.com profile] aelora for sharing/making the file.
[ Michael Rosenbaum - Cribs ] -- wmv, 38.1mb
I'm bummed that Blind Justice and Eyes got cancelled. Here's hoping that next years lineup will bring both new tv to obsess over, and good torrent sites.

You all remember that meme a while back? The one where you had to put your playlist on random and list the first 20 songs that came up? I want to do something similar. So here's the deal, if you leave a comment I will upload the first 5 songs that come on in iTunes for you. Sound fun? Who knows what the hell you'll get out of the deal, could be Bach, could be Dom and Elijah singing absolute nonsense.

Juppy on SNL

  • Apr. 11th, 2005 at 1:23 PM
cali: (microsoft)
with thanks to [livejournal.com profile] kirsch, here's Justin's appearance on the newest Saturday Night Live. Please right click and save.
[ Juppy on SNL ] -- avi, 68mb

media, and art/vacation musings

  • Mar. 24th, 2005 at 1:15 AM
cali: (lij)
It snowed here, like real honest-to-god-haven't-seen-it-in-years snow. It's cold, yo! California really does have it's advantages sometimes.

In other news: I know I've been pretty quiet on the lotrips love but Elijah Wood was on Ellen's show earlier and [livejournal.com profile] eisakay put it up and I just couldn't resist. So here's that for anyone interested:
[ Elijah on Ellen ] -- mpg, 54.19mb
[livejournal.com profile] eisakay also put up the MTV Making the Video for Signs (Snoop and Justin's new song). I haven't watched it yet but I'm sure Justin is as awesome as ever if the video itself is anything to go by. (I should note that I've got the video up a couple entries back)
[ Making the Video - Signs ] -- avi, 195.08mb
In even further news: I need gloves. Also, I've discovered that going on a trip to New York with only my sister and father is both fun and slightly dissappointing considering our diverging tastes. I like modern art, weird off-broadway plays, and vintage/thrift stores, my sister likes major musicals, dislikes vintage anything, and my dad likes excruciatingly boring plays, while both like European Renaissance art and dislike modern. They didn't like the Guggenheim or wandering around Williamsburg while I rejoiced in the graffiti. We did go to the Metropolitan museum and just split up, their Modern gallery was pretty good, I would like to go see the MOMA if I can get away but I sincerely doubt that anything will ever live up to London's Tate Modern.

NYC, media, and whatnot

  • Mar. 20th, 2005 at 11:04 PM
cali: (the city I love)
New York is cold. It makes me wish I was in London.

I cut my hand on a bagel this morning (while cutting it really.) Quite unfortunate.

On the good though: H&M!!!! Oh man I am so glad to get to go shopping in NYC! San Francisco is getting a H&M in the fall but it's not soon enough. The shopping possibilities here are positively astounding. Also, I get to go out to bars now that I'm 21. So that's pretty awesome too.

Also, we're going to try to get tickets to a taping of The Daily Show. How awesome would that be? Oh man!

I have eaten far too much in the past two days. Vacation is hell on my eating habits.

Ahahah the hitchhiker's guide trailer looks dope. I think the movie will be good. I suppose this means I should actually read the book, eh?

Justin Timberlake inducted The O'Jays into the Rock and Roll Hall of Fame last week. There's video of the ceremony, I haven't had a chance to watch it yet, but I'm sure Justin was thrilled to have the opportunity. So here's that, with thanks to [livejournal.com profile] fuskeez and [livejournal.com profile] kirsch for the file:
[ Justin ] -- avi, 36mb
On the Timberlake theme: y'all remember the Snoop Dogg and Justin Timberlake song I pimped last week? Well the video leaked, so here it is for those of you who haven't seen it yet. Much thanks to [livejournal.com profile] crownzeal and [livejournal.com profile] giddyupnow for the file.
[ Snoop & JT - Signs ] -- mpg, 40.06mb
Also in the music genre, I uploaded the Raider of the Lost Ark soundtrack for [livejournal.com profile] ashlle1 last month and never took it down. So here's that for anyone who wants it.
[ Raiders of the Lost Ark ] -- zip, 83.33mb
I recced Interpol last week and I keep listening to them, so here's my other two favorite songs of theirs:
[ Evil ] and [ Narc ] -- mp3

recs and media

  • Jan. 25th, 2005 at 3:51 PM
cali: (Default)
Recs copy-pasted from my recs journal (the poorly named) [livejournal.com profile] anti_recs:

  • None So Blind by [livejournal.com profile] pun. Master and Commander: Stephen/Jack. The M&C universe fascinates me, O'Brien was a really brilliant writer, and very specific in his character's voices, which is why it's so hard for fic writers to get it right. But [livejournal.com profile] pun does it masterfully (excuse the bad-pun (omg another one!)), her voces were, I thought, spot on and while this is a fairly short story, I thought is was a great take one Jack and Stephen's dynamic.

  • Jeeves and the Blessed Indiscretion by [livejournal.com profile] astolat. Jeeves and Wooster: Jeeves/Wooster. This was written for the Yuletide challenge this year, and someone on my flist recced it. Until then I hadn't any clue that Jeeves and Wooster fanfic even existed, but color me pleasantly surprised. [livejournal.com profile] astolat is an incredibly talented writer in any fandom (her webpage is here) and Jeeves and Wooster is no exception. This story is perfectly Wodehouse in every turn of phrase. If you've ever picked up one of the Jeeves and Wooster books or seen the tv series you must read this story.

  • And the same thing goes for Wooster's School for Wayward Girls by [livejournal.com profile] yahtzee63. Jeeves and Wooster: Jeeves/Wooster. This was also written for the yultide challenge and it too is brilliant.

  • I would now like to point out [livejournal.com profile] flambeau at this point because she's the only other Jeeves and Wooster writer than I know of and her stories are also great. Webpage here.

    And now onto the media (right click and save as please!) also comments telling me you're downloading are always appreciated.

    [ Tegan And Sara - Walking WIth a Ghost ] -- mp3. From Amazon's descrition of their album So Jealous: They are, yes, identical twin lesbians, and they do occupy the space--more like a vacuum, really--between the riot-grrl menace of Sleater-Kinney and the un-fun folk of Indigo Girls. This song is really fun, I like their sound a lot.

    [ The Killers - Somebody Told Me ] -- mp3. From Amazon's description of their debut album Hot Fuss: The Killers match postpunk guitars with an overlay of synthesizer that recalls '80s New Wave without burying their sound in nostalgia.

    [ The Killers - Mr. Brightside ] -- mp3.

    From [livejournal.com profile] eisakay: Michael Rosenbaum on Tony Danza's show yesterday
    [ right click ] -- mpg, 56.48mb
    From [livejournal.com profile] fuskeez here's JC from I Love The 90s: Part Deux. All six clips edited into one file with thanks to [livejournal.com profile] kari3124 for posting the separate files originally.
    [ JC - I Love The 90s: Part Deux ] -- mpg, 25.5mb
    Also from [livejournal.com profile] fuskeez but originally from [livejournal.com profile] kirsch a small piece of JC on Best Week Ever. They used an old clip of him to play against the story of Eva and her vibrator.
    [ JC- Best Week Ever ] -- avi, 3.36mb
    And finally something a little different, but some of you comic geek types might enjoy it. One of my friends gave me the first season of The X-Men cartoon. I don't know how many of you were into it but I watched this cartoon every. single. saturday for years so this is like, the ultimate cool for me. I uploaded the first three episodes in case anyone's interested. And if you are please, please please let me know you downloaded them because I can upload the rest of the episodes.
    [ X-Men 1x01 and 1x02- Night of the Sentinels ] -- avi, 151mb
    [ X-Men 1x03- Enter Magneto ] -- mpg, 73.9mb
    Enjoy!

    fandom catch-up

    • Nov. 16th, 2004 at 7:39 PM
    cali: (All Hail!)
  • I really need to start watching this movie for evil!class. But. Today was a good day and I wanted to write that down. I'm much better today than I was yesterday, still stressed, but not on the verge of a massive breakdown anymore. I wore my new shoes today and a complete stranger complemented me on them. It was very exciting.

  • In fannish news, is this a new story?
    TIMBERLAKE'S HEIMLICH HEROICS
    Justin Timberlake has been hailed a hero after saving a choking pal in a Los Angeles pool hall.

    The hunk performed the life-saving Heimlich maneuver as his friend unsuccessfully fought to free a mouthful of peanuts trapped in his throat.

    An onlooker says, "As his friend began to go purple, Justin gave him the Heimlich maneuver. It worked." found here
    Who do you suppose the friend was? Anyone we know?

  • Catching up on media, remember to rightclick and save!
    from [livejournal.com profile] eisakay: [ ET Preview of JC's Gap ad ] -- mpg, 1.2mb

    courtesy of [livejournal.com profile] dream517: [ JC tvguide channel interview on AMA red carpet ] -- mpg, 6.18mb

    via [livejournal.com profile] peekabo0: [ CTV Desperate Housewives interview ] -- mpg, 21.29mb
    Is lj running slow for anyone else, or is it just me?

    i think my icon needs to be amended

    • Sep. 17th, 2004 at 11:20 PM
    cali: (i have bad luck)
    christ. fell off bicycle today, sprained right wrist/roadburned left arm/scraped left knee/broke beautiful bicycle. i am, oddly, most upset about the bike. regardless, i cannot type like this well.

    to make up for this here's my previously recorded segment:

    Right clikc and save, and don't link the files please. In case any of you haven't seen this yet, here's the Entertainment Tonight bit on Joey and Kelly's wedding credit to [livejournal.com profile] eisakay for this
    [ The Wedding ] -- mpeg, 13.5mb
    From [livejournal.com profile] confidentwords by way of [livejournal.com profile] dream517
    [ Lance- Higglytown Heroes ] -- mp3, 2.17MB
    The WB's Insider Favorites: Smallville from [livejournal.com profile] eisakay
    [ Part 1 ] -- mpeg, 18.3mb
    [ Part 2 ] -- mpeg, 48.5mb
    [ Part 3 ] -- mpeg, 6.7 *files removed to protect bandwidth
    unless wrist miraculously recovers, near-future updates are unexpected.

    end of the month bandwidth party

    • Apr. 28th, 2004 at 12:15 AM
    cali: (Default)
    The new episode of Queer as Folk has been downloaded, and I'm watching Buffy right now. And, it's finally cooling off, only 54° out now, down from 92° earlier today. So life is pretty good. Plus, it's the end of the month and I've still got a ton of bandwidth so I've got some stuff to share.

    First off, an old file, from December, it's Elijah on SNL pretending to be Jai from Queer Eye For the Straight Guy. I'm pretty sure I got it from [livejournal.com profile] nuregwen but I'm not 100% sure on that so if you recognize it as yours let me know and I'll adjust the credit.
    [ Elijah on SNL ] -- mov, 9mb
    Another old one, but one of my favorite Justin files ever, is from his performance with Al Green for the Down Home in Memphis tv special. He just looks so incredibly happy to be onstage singing with Al Green, I can't help but love him a little bit more everytime I watch this. I have no clue where I got this, since it's fairly prolific.
    [ Let's Stay Together ] -- mpg, 58mb
    I've also got the Dieux du Stade making of DVD bootleg (aka hot naked rugby players) )up, it's a large file, so this is a big experiment for me to see about bandwidth, and if my hosts actually live up to their 25gb/month promise, so feel free to download, I'd just really appreciate a comment if you do.
    [ mmm naked rugby players ] -- realmedia file, 229mb
    Finally, I recced Atmosphere a while back in my music recs post and I'm going to do it again with mp3s, because [livejournal.com profile] afropuff has inspired me.

    Group/Singer: Atmosphere
    When & Where: Minneapolis, MN. Sean's been rapping since way back, his first full length album was in 1997, but he's been doing 7" and shit for longer.
    Why should I care? This guy started the hip hop scene in Minneapolis. His style is all over the place, from smooth and mellow to harder hip hop, but his lyrics are amazing throughout. And he's got an ego the size of texas, while still being the most self-depricating person ever. Take with a grain of salt and enjoy the irony.
    If you like: Aesop Rock, the Living Legends try him.

    Songs:
    [ The Woman With the Tattooed Hands ] [ Party for the Fight to Write ] [ The Bass and the Movement ] [ Vampires ] [ Free or Dead ]
    edit 4-30-04: Dieux Du Stade and other video files removed.

    a not-so-GIP

    • Apr. 23rd, 2004 at 11:52 PM
    cali: (the city I love)
    --New icons:


    -- I saw Intermission today, (for free!) and I thought it was a really good movie. It made me miss Ireland though, the accents! and I thought it was interesting that the houses in the movie looked so similar to the houses my cousins live in. But the slang, and the advertisements and well, the whole movie really, just made me yearn for Ireland and London as well. I don't think I'll ever be able to watch a movie set in Ireland or England again without missing everything.

    --Some files (right click and save, don't direct link, and drop a comment if you download please):
    [ JC performing BMU on Top of the Pops 4-23-04 ] -- mpg, 36.2mb credit to the wonderful [livejournal.com profile] digital_diva
    [ JC on The Best Damned Sports Show Period ] avi, 65.8mb credit to [livejournal.com profile] kirsch and [livejournal.com profile] sweeteyedelight
    --My mom bought me Andy Serkis' Gollum book the other day, which was so cool and completely unexpected. I guess she saw it in the bookstore and just decided to get it for me, no occasion necessary. This reminds me, a lot of you weren't on my friendslist back in October, and since I'm always up for a little gloating, this is the story of how I met Andy and he bought me a drink.

    edit 5-23-04 files removed.